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Go Skate Or Go Home

While most know Go Skate as the mailorder skateboard heavyweight of the ’80s with ads in every skateboard magazine, Californians know them best for their brick and mortar skate shops, four of them to be exact. They actually got their start in 1975 and went on to dominate the lucrative mail-order market with their flat-priced complete setups. This design came about ten years later when the shop played off of their name and added this Go Skate Or Go Home design as both t-shirts and stickers. While you had to pop for the shirts, they tossed the stickers in with every order, making them a pretty common sight on skateboards, cars, and ramps just about everywhere.


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