322: Another Sigafoos gem: Schmitt Stix, Reese Simpson

Art by Ken Sigafoos

Jason Oliva The House of Steam

Another gem by Steam boy Sigafoos.

 

Jason

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6 thoughts on “322: Another Sigafoos gem: Schmitt Stix, Reese Simpson

  1. mark

    I had that board. I actually still have the matching t-shirt. I kept it all these years because Tony Hawk & Bones Brigade autographed it at their tour( I still have that tour program too)at Riverside park(Now 6 Flags New England). I seem to remember the Reese Simpson model as being the 1st double kick board ever. Everyone laughed at me when they saw it, but within 6 months they were all riding boards with kick-noses. Some guy has a vintage Chris Miller for sale on ebay right now & he is claiming that it was the 1st double-kick board. Does anyone have any input on the matter?

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  2. Shrewgy

    REESE SIMPSON, legendary! Schmitt Stix was the first board manufacturer to make serious “kick-nose” decks. Possibly K.Sig did the little icon for the “Kick-Noase” Clown?

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