The Carbon Acedia

Rolling Tree Skateboards is pleased to announce the new Carbon Acedia topmount, the first deck of our new 2017 lineup. Designed by our global community of skateboarders, the Carbon Acedia is the product of 2 years of R&D in composite skateboard layups. The result is a super stiff deck (4.25 lbs average) with a build quality that will make you wonder why you would pay $300+ for other carbon decks.

The Carbon Acedia measures 35″ long and 9.4″ at the widest, tapering down gently to the kick.  The 7 ply maple core sits between a composite topsheet, and the 10.9 oz. Carbon Fiber sheet, which is hand laid using solvent-free epoxy system. The wheelwells and edges are finished in a zero VOC beeswax-based finish, making the Acedia series an eco-friendly family of longboards.

The concave of this board, like all decks in the Acedia series, is why riders love this longboard. The hourglass concave in the front foot is complimented by the dong W and flaired features, locating your feet precisely. The W creates the perfect pocket for toesides and locking in your feet while sliding over chunder.

The Acedia series feature 22-26″ wheelbases, giving the rider flexibility to create the perfect setup for their style. The Carbon Acedia has an MSRP of $199.99, and is available online and select downhill skateboard shops. We also offer the Acedia with regular composite finish for $149.99.

Want to chat? Hit us up! hey@rollingtree.net

The Carbon GS

Rolling Tree Skateboards is stoked to announce the launch of The Carbon GS, our newest community designed skateboard! Created by our global collective of skaterboarders, the Carbon GS is the culmination of our desires to develop a new take on Giant Slalom decks or “Maryhill Killers”. After months of design modifications from input from our riders, the Carbon GS is really one of a kind. Get stoked!

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The Rolling Tree Carbon GS features an asymmetrical 35” shape with radial concave. The composite construction  carbon fiber topsheet and fiberglass graphic layer are overlaid onto a 7 ply Maple core, creating a stiff and lightweight GS.

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The mellow spoon concave and wider front foot pocket give you plenty of room up front, while the tapered midsection and kicktail form a wonderful rear pocket.

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The Carbon GS’s 17-22” wheelbases allow riders to dial in a versatile setup. Throw some split degree trucks on the 22″ wheelbase and be amazed to find that maybe all those hairpins didn’t need a predrift , or get techy on the 17″ WB and slash some sidewalks. The 9.8” width tapers towards the kick with a defined little notch making it easier to find your edge and really lock your feet in.

Photo by Simon Lee

Photo by Simon Lee

The comfortable radial concave also features a spooned out foot pocket to promote leverage and stability for railing or drifting corners. The rear kick maintains concave around the perimeter creating a stiff platform for mounting the rear truck.

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Original graphics drawn by Alvaro Wain of Madrid, Spain compliment the classic shape created by Keenan Thompson in Minneapolis, MN.

The Carbon GS is $179.99 and Rolling Tree Skateboard’s fourth offering to the downhill skateboarding community.  Support a rider-fueled company.

 

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The Paragon

Rolling Tree Skateboards is stoked to announce the launch of The Paragon, our newest community-designed skateboard! Created by our global collective of artists and skaters, the Paragon is the culmination of our desires to develop a compact, micro-dropped directional topmount deck. After months of rider testing and design modifications, the final product has become something to marvel. We’re stoked on our latest gem.

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The Paragon features an asymmetrical 36” shape with tub convace. The mellow micro-drops allow full utilization of the foot platform, all the way to the functional kicktail. The Paragon’s 24” wheelbase is the perfect combination of stability and maneuverability, and the extended flushmounts allow riders to dial in a versatile setup. The 9.8” width tapers towards the kick making it easier to find your edges and apply leverage.

The innovative tub concave features spherical orbs arising from the foot pockets to promote leverage and stability for railing or drifting corners. Unlike traditional W cave, the spherical orbs increase traction while maintaining a mellow feel to reduce foot cramping.

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Original graphics drawn by Alvaro Wain of Madrid, Spain compliment the classic shape created by Derek Patton in Glendora, CA.

The Paragon is $129.99 and Rolling Tree Skateboard’s third offering to the downhill skateboarding community.  Support a rider-focused company.

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New 2015 Skateboards

The 2015 Lineup

Our design evaluation phase has come to an end, and we are excited to announce the finalists for the NEW Rolling Tree #topmount speedboard, #slalom, and #tshirt design projects. Let’s go over a few of the details on the designs we’re going to produce.

Directional Top-Mount



The topmount project selection was definitely designed for speed. For stability without cutting back on grip, we’ve created a 36″ long deck with 1/5” microdrops leading down to two mellow ergonomic orbs that sit on the 22″ foot platform. The orbs protrude gently from the ½” tub concave, locking in your feet while not feeling aggressive. Top that off with flushmounts, a tapered 9.75″ width, and aggressive wheel wells, the effect is a deck that craves to be tucked on and promises to hold you tight while you rip corners at any speed. The skateboard was designed by Derek Patton and the graphic by Alvaro Hernandez.

Giant Slalom



For our slalom project selection, the final cut was an all-around favorite. Although a true GS design, this 36″ board has a ton of versatility. A 17″ micro wheelbase option placed in front of the kick allows this board to double as a perfect cruiser, making it ideal for the kind of ollies and kick flips like you would expect from a traditional street deck. On the other end of the spectrum, the longest wheelbase option at 23” is more than Maryhill capable. The .6” radial concave and ¼” nose and tail rocker keep you locked in while the svelte 9.3”-8.9” width keeps rail to rail transitions snappy. This deck was designed by Keenan Thompson, and the graphic by Alvaro Hernandez.

T-Shirt Design


Ryan Starr submitted this design for our project, and we were immediately stoked by it. Rolling Tree cannot thank enough all the artists and skaters who came together and submitted ideas, content, and feedback through these projects. The amount of constructive collaboration and knowledge dropping we’ve seen gets us beyond stoked for what’s to come as we keep the conversations flowing. As always, all out Top Contributors are getting hooked up!

All of these designs were created and evaluated as a part of our collaborative culture.
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Slalom Evaluations

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Our 2015 directional #slalom design project has entered the evaluation phase! The submissions below received the most hype in our design group, so we modeled them and now we want to hear which design you would like to see made! All of these rad longboard concepts are community designed by skateboarders, for skateboarders.

 

Submission by Keenan Thompson

34.7″ Length
9.45-9″ Width
.6” radial concave
.25” rocker before the kick
7.25” length & 9 degree Kick.
17-23.5” Wheelbase

 

Submission by Ryan Starr

35″ Length
9.25-8.9″ Width
.65” elliptical concave
.25” rocker
Progressive W maxing at .125”
10 degree Kick
17-23 Wheelbase
Flares

 

Submission by Sam Melchior

33″ Length
9-9.6″ Width
.45” elliptical concave
.15” rocker
10 degree Kick
18.5-28 Wheelbase

 

Learn More

Check out the evaluation phase in our skateboard design group Rolling Tree & Designing Decks. Rolling Tree collaboratively designs all our skateboards and graphics in our open design communities, utilizing input from artists and skateboarders worldwide.

Rolling Tree skateboards are produced in-house by skaters in Minneapolis who are dedicated to making awesome, high quality Maple decks. We are proud to offer our skateboards in select core skate shops throughout the US, bringing our community designed skateboards and apparel to the masses.

Topmount Evaluations

#evaluate

Our 2015 directional #topmount design project has entered the evaluation phase! The submissions below received the most hype in our design group, so we modeled them and now we want to hear which design you would like to see made! All of these rad longboard concepts are community designed by skateboarders, for skateboarders.

 

Submission by Andrew Madonado

36″ Length
9.75″ Width
0.75″ Radial Concave
1/8″ Microdrops
25.5-26.5″ Wheelbases
25″ EFP

 

Submission by Alvaro Hernandez

36.5″ Length
9.80″ Width
0.75″ Radial Concave
1/4″ Microdrops
Progressive W in rear
24.5-26.5″ Wheelbases

 

Submission by Derek Patton

36″ Length
9.75″ Width
Tub Cave with Power Orbs
1/4″ Microdrops
3″ Kicktail at 10*
23-26″ Wheelbases

 

Submission by Shaun Gajkowski

36″ Length
9.75″ Width
5/8″ Tub Concave
25.75″-27.75″ Wheelbase options
0.33″ Rocker and Radial drops

Learn More

Check out the evaluation phase in our skateboard design group Rolling Tree & Designing Decks. Rolling Tree collaboratively designs all our skateboards and graphics in our open design communities, utilizing input from artists and skateboarders worldwide.

Rolling Tree skateboards are produced in-house by skaters in Minneapolis who are dedicated to making awesome, high quality Maple decks. We are proud to offer our skateboards in select core skate shops throughout the US, bringing our community designed skateboards and apparel to the masses.

 

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The Descendant

Rolling Tree is proud to announce the launch of The Descendant, a speedboard built for downhill racing and fast freeride. Designed within our global collective of artists and skateboarders, the deck and graphic were the result of long hours spent developing the perfect blend of form and function in a speedboard. Rolling Tree’s community design process facilitates big ideas and creating designs without limits, making this deck a top performer whether you’re in the next heat of the big race or sliding triple digits.

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The decision to pick this speedboard was made with control and board feel in mind. The Descendant has natural pockets of 5/8″ tub concave arising on top of the trucks which wraps around the perimeter of the kicks to lock in your feet, creating large yet subtle foot pockets that extend to functional kicks. This concave blends effortlessly into the flares above the CNC machined wheel wells, providing excellent leverage and feel while providing huge amounts of wheel clearance while keeping it mellow.

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The 38″ long Descendant widens to 9.75″ at pockets and tapers down to 9.5″ in the middle. The truck flush mounts and 0.6″ of rocker keep the ride height low and your feet locked no matter what you’re riding over. With a cozy wheelbase of 25″ and 8 ply rock hard Maple construction, this puppy feels solid while railing corners and winning races with ease.

Congratulations to our @Top Contributors Ben Leser and Liam Creek on creating such a rad deck. Cheers!

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The Nimbus

Rolling Tree is proud to announce the launch of The Nimbus, a classic asymmetrical double kick – reinvented. Designed by a global collective of artists and skateboarders, The Nimbus is the result of long hours spent bringing the perfect mix of street and downhill into one deck. Whether bombing down your local runs, or bustin’ out a 360 flip in the parking lot, this board always feels solid.

The Nimbus features an asymmetrical shape pressed on a symmetrical mold to ensure no matter which way you’re pointing your board – your concave will always feel true. Kicks rising out 15° from microdropped recesses create the perfect pitch for poppin’ proper ollies. The width of the board stays consistent all the way up to the nose for predictable leverage throughout.

3D grab rails line the edges of the board to create the ideal grip for getting pitted over the coping of your local pool or performing flawless early grabs on the spot. Original graphics compliment the classic design, bringing a fresh homegrown look to The Nimbus. This product of global collaboration exemplifies the power of Rolling Tree Design Projects in a deck as clean as the lines it was designed to take.

Check out the Rolling Tree Nimbus Skateboard at The Rolling Tree Skateshop, the Black Squrl Skateshop and on and on Silverfish.

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The Stickerpack

Rolling Tree is stoked to showcase the results of our Stickerpack Project.

Congratulations to our Top Contributors Parul Bajaj, Emery Gillespie, Flora MC, and Adam Favela for coming up with these rad original designs. Get your stickerpack at The Rolling Tree Shop

We’re stoked to be able to keep hooking up our project Contributors! Everyone who participated in this Rolling Tree Design Project received a #stickerpack in the mail.

Check out our Art Collaboration Group and stay updated on all of our projects!

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Homebase Updates

BIG things are happening…

We’re stoked to announce the long awaited opening of the

Rolling Tree Shop

T-Shirts from our last projects are available now, and the first ones out will be heading straight to our top-contributors! For the rest, purchases can be made by ordering the shirts via The Rolling Tree Shop

Rolling Tree Skateboard Decks, you ask? These puppies are undergoing some final touches and will be available this April! We also have a big surprise up our sleeve – so get stoked!

Upcoming Projects

Speaking of final touches, now that we have both decks’ specs and graphics picked, we need your help to finish them off! What kind of stain would you like to see? Should we offer more than one wheelbase? Let us know your opinion by shooting us a message or hitting us up in our Rolling Tree & Designing Decks group!

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Everybody knows that no brand is complete without their own stickers, so we decided that its about time we design a sticker pack! Have some ideas lurking around in your head? Show us what you think would look rad, help build on others’ ideas, and design some rad stickers. As always, top contributors will get hooked-up!

More info will be posted soon on our Community Projects page and in the Rolling Tree & Making Art group. Our stickerpack project Scheme Phase begins March 27th, 2014.

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Making Moves – Production Phase

Rolling Tree had an exciting summer of designing, traveling, skateboarding, and making countless new friends along the way. We’re stoked you’re a part of it all. Here’s just a sneak peek of what we’ve been up to on YouTube:

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Besides constantly skating to find out what really makes a perfect board, we’ve been busy making them and brainstorming with many different board builders – all with years of experience. Keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for updates on when our decks are available.

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Making Art

When it comes to the quality of art that the Rolling Tree community produces, we want the grade of the medium to match. That’s why we’ve been working closely with local print shops to bring you the best shirts we can get our hands on. Keep an eye on our the Rolling Tree & Making Art page for these shirts and the next design phase coming soon.

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What’s Next

We can’t wait to hook up the top contributors and get these shirts and decks out on the streets! We’ve also been scheming up ways of integrating our collaboration and ideas into projects that could change the face of Rolling Tree. Check out what we’ve got so far at The Rolling Tree Skateshop.

I hope you’re as stoked as us about what the future will bring!

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The Finalists

After much talk and deliberation over almost too many boards to count, favorites were picked, details were critiqued, and through the voices and votes cast, we chose some projects winners.

The Descendent

We decision to pick this speedboard was made with control in mind. With natural pockets arising on top of the trucks to lock your feet in, this board seemed to catch the eyes of many and for good reason. Its 38″ long, with a width of 9.75″ that tapers down to 9.5″ in the middle. With 5/8″ concave and 0.6″ of rocker, this board keeps your feet locked no matter what you through at it. With a cozy wheelbase of 25″, this puppy feels real nice railing corners with ease.

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The Nimbus

The shredeverything board we chose is one that you can comfortably rest your feet in the middle of when hauling down your neighborhood runs, but pocket your feet in while busting out 360 slides to 360 shuv-its out. This is a board that can really do it all.

36″ long
9.5″ wide at widest
16″-18″ Wheelbase
5.5″ kicks (15*)
1/8″ microdropped pockets at the kicktails
1/16″ of camber between the pockets
5/9″ tub cave
symmetrical mold, directional shape

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Speedboard Evaluations

What Made The Cut

The submissions below received the most hype on our Designing Decks page, and now we want to hear what design you would like to see made!

Submission # 1

38″ long
9.75″ wide at widest, 9.5″ waist
0.6″ rocker
25″-26″ wheelbase
0.5″ thick
5/8″ concave

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Submission # 2

36.5″ long
9.75″ wide at widest w/ a 9.5″ waist
26.5″-28.5″ wheelbase options
0.65″ tub cave
0.4375″ of center accelerated rocker

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Submission # 3

35″ Length
9.5″ Width
28″-29″ Wheelbase
.666″ Tub Concave
[Concave Not Modeled to Scale] – to be updated

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Submission # 4

1″ rocker based on the golden ratio
38″ long
10″ wide
26″-29″ Wheelbase

 

Submission # 5

36.5″ long
9.75″ wide at widest
24.5″-27.25″ wheelbase options
0.3125″ of forward accelerated flatbottom rocker
5/8″ tub concave + a tail flare in the back to create a cereal bowl

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Shred-Everything Evaluations

What Made The Cut

The submissions below received the most hype on our Rolling Tree & Designing Decks page, and now we want to hear what design you would like to see made!

 

Submission # 1

38″ long
9.5″ at the widest
18.5″-20.5″ wheelbase options
5.5″, 19* kicktail, 5″, 20* nosekick
0.5″ tub cave
0.5″ wide rocker pockets
1/16″ of camber between rocker pockets

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Submission # 2

36″ long
9.5″ wide at widest
5.5″ kicks (20*)
1/8″ microdropped pockets at the kicktails
1/16′ of camber between the pockets
5/8″ tub cave
symmetrical mold, directional shape

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Submission # 3

36″ Long
9.5″ Wide
6″ Tail 14*
4″ Nose 12*
20″-21″ WB
.666″ Tub Concave
.23″ Rocker
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Submission # 4

36″ long
9.25″ at widest
9″ waist
5.5″ curved kicktails
13″ wheelbase

Grab Cad 3D Model “V1”

 

Submission # 5

35″ long
9.25″ wide
16.5″ wheelbase
7-ply
.5″ tub concave between kicks

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Design Project FAQs

What is Rolling Tree?
Rolling Tree is a skateboarding & art company. All of our products are collaboratively designed within our open, global community.

What do you guys produce?
Skate decks, art, and clothing. We’re producing two new skate decks starting October 26th, 2018! A directional top mount and another board we’re going to figure out later.

What is collaborative design?
Anybody can submit ideas and designs for our products, as well as provide feedback and make improvements to ideas and designs from others. Everything is designed by the community and then made by skaters.

How can I participate?
The Rolling Tree Design Projects take place in our two Facebook design groups, where you can share ideas, submit designs, give feedback, support your favorites, and provide suggestions for the community. Join us here:

Rolling Tree & Designing Decks
Rolling Tree & Making Art

What do the designers get?
Top Contributors will get hooked up with clothing, printed art, protos, stickers, and other stuff from The Rolling Tree Skateshop

What’s a Top contributor?
Here’s a blog post that explains how to get ‘top contributor’ status.

I’ve never made a 3D model of a board.
No worries. If you have an idea for a board, we’ve got 3D modelers in the community, so halfbaked ideas, sketches and designs always have the potential to get rendered. Just be sure to post your design with a drawing and include all the specs. A detailed description helps a ton! Better yet, let’s have a Google Hangout and throw ideas back and forth.

I don’t know how to make computer graphics.
Dat’s cool. We’re a community of all kinds of artists and we’re all about collaboration. Share your sketches and ideas with us!

I don’t have Facebook. Can I still be a part of this?
Connect with us on Twitter and Instagram for updates, highlights, vibes, and news. We’ll also post content from the community projects on our Projects Page.

How will your skateboards be produced?
We build all our decks in-house and produce them with really nice maple and eco-friendly adhesives. Our CNC router precisely shapes all our decks, bringing the community designs to life. Check out The Rolling Tree Skateshop

Do you sponsor skaters?
Yes. Send us an edit to hey@rollingtree.net if you’re interested in sponsorship.

Where are you located?
Just outside of downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. We’re constantly traveling though! If you’ve been to our shop – you’re one of the few.

Please throw us ANY other questions you have!
email: hey@rollingtree.net

Down to curate?

We’re looking for several more skating or art enthusiasts to help manage and grow our Rolling Tree Community Design Projects.

The design projects
—2 skate decks
—2 skate deck graphics
—2 shirt graphics

The projects are hosted in our two Facebook groups.
Rolling Tree & Designing Decks.
Rolling Tree & Making art.

Duties of community managers
—Monitor activity in our Facebook groups
—Support our Facebook page by liking and sharing our posts
—Answer questions from community members on Twitter
—Engage in conversation about deck and graphic design on Instagram
—Provide constructive feedback to design submissions and other content from the community
—Recruit community members
—Collaborate with tons of other skate & art enthusiasts

Rolling Tree is located in Minnesota, but you can work from wherever. All you need is Internet access and a Facebook account. This is an unpaid position for now until we see major growth.

If interested, please hit us up at hey@rollingtree.net! We’re stoked to hear from you.

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How to Become a Top Contributor

By participating in Rolling Tree’s community design projects, you can get hooked up with things like shout outs, decks, printed art, shirts, stickers, gear & protos.

Snag top contributor status if you kill it &

—bring good ideas & execution to projects
—help new community members get started
—share insightful feedback, stories & conversation
—collaborate with others & build ideas
—hustle hard & bring value to the community in any way you can
—supply good vibes

if you spread the stoke &
—rep the community on Instagram and Twitter
—share Rolling Tree on your social profiles
—add people who are stoked on the projects to the Facebook Art and Decks groups

—help Rolling Tree collab with other crews, shops, & other cool people

Rolling Tree was built completely around our community. As we grow, so will the rewards from The Rolling Tree Skateshop

Check out our design pages here:
Rolling Tree & Designing Decks
Rolling Tree & Making Art

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What We’re About

Community designed everything.

Rolling Tree is where skaters & artists create things together. We make skateboards, art, clothing, video, and other stuff we think is interesting. Everything is created within and designed by our open, global community. Anybody can participate in our design projects by sharing ideas, designs, feedback and good vibes.

Here’s how our design process works.

SCHEME
—talk ideas, stories, & opinions
—set a direction for the design phase

DESIGN
—submit concepts
—use feedback from the community to improve them
—show love for your favorite concepts

EVALUATE
—which concepts have the most potential?
—which should be produced?

PRODUCE
—final concepts get produced by Rolling Tree
—top contributors get hooked up

Idea sharing, design submitting, feedback giving and overall collaboration happens in our two facebook groups. Join us!
Rolling Tree & Designing Decks
Rolling Tree & Making Art

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Please read our Terms of Use here: http://rollingtree.net/terms-of-use/.

Beta Mode

We started a beta test to have a practice-run at our community design process and collaborate with early community members. It’s been a really rad group of people so far!

The Goals
—Design a topmount speedboard that will be entered into our first official Rolling Tree Design Projects
—Design and produce a beta shirt that will be made available to participants
—Collaborate, learn and meet new peeps

What has happened so far
—We had a blast getting to know our early community and the group is off to an awesome start.
—Google Hangouts have been a great way to discuss how the design process is working and talk through other ideas and questions.
—We built design criteria for our speedboard and shirt graphic by sharing ideas and experiences in our Facebook beta group.

What’s happening now
—We’re collaboratively designing a speedboard and a graphic for our beta shirt.
—We’ll have final evaluations to talk about the experience so far and share ideas to improve our community design process.

How things are going (ends on 6-16-13)
Some really cool designs are coming out of this. Check em out.

Rolling Tree & Designing Decks
Rolling Tree & Making Art

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Collaboration > Competition

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As an avid downhill skateboarder and admin on the Facebook group Minnesota Longboarding, I find myself scrolling through pages of comments and questions left by users. Topics include everything from how to make hills more neighbor-friendly, to new truck or deck designs. With the growing availability of technology such as graphing software, it seems that people want to increasingly vocalize and visualize their ideas.

I’ve noticed that people from all different disciplines of skating want to be heard and for good reasons. Most of these opinions come from very useful experiences with fellow skaters. Unfortunately, most of this advice goes unnoticed. As a result much time is lost from shooting great ideas into the dark.

So naturally when Chris, Devani and Thomas approached me with their idea to create a collaborative community of skaters and artists alike, I was stoked. Its very nature appreciates ideas of all shapes and helps them grow into useful forms.

We’re all part of a worldwide network of producers, collaborators, and paradigm shifters with the shared passion to build ideas and bring them to reality.

Do you have any thoughts for a new race wheel, deck material, film or conversation? Tell us about it. The community will help you build your idea, connect you with resources or help promote your crowd funding efforts. Constructive feedback and collaborative idea building is at the heart of what we do at Rolling Tree. The community will guide the movement.

With the world watching and collaborating, what will we create?

Check out our design groups here:
Rolling Tree & Designing Decks
Rolling Tree & Making Art

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Skating Through the Cloud

Shred, share, shred harder.

Social media is having a profound impact on life experiences of all kinds. As a board riding devotee, I’ve benefited from this in countless ways. The Internet has set the stage for riders from all over the world to connect in new and interesting ways. I find it astounding how easy it has become to engage with people of similar interests. Through personal involvement, I’ve enriched my connection to the skate community which has led me to an abundance of experiences.

Skate videos are being released on the daily that forever change the way we perceive various disciplines and styles of skateboarding. Watching them can make the “impossible” seem possible. By utilizing access to shared media, we’re able to visualize tricky maneuvers and be informed of tips which lead to huge strides in personal ability. Collaborative growth of the global community opens the door to enormous potential.

How has the Internet changed skating experiences for you?

How could we use it to enrich future experiences?

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