The Revival boards series is a unique task that Landyatchz longboard makers took. Instead of using ordinary maple or any wood, they looked for woods that used and pressed them all-together to make this awesome series of boards.
"The Pacific Yew is one of the more interesting trees in the forest. This species can be found growing along the Pacific Northwest coast from Alaska to Northern California and in pockets along the border of Washington, Idaho and British Columbia. It’s a wood that has contributed a great deal to society. In ancient times, hunters would seek out the Yew tree when making their Bow and Arrow because of its great strength and consistent flex. Although it has poisonous fibers, it was widely used in Native American medical practices. This paved the way for its usage in modern medicine.
In the early 60s, the medical industry began using the bark of Yew trees to produce a cancer fighting drug, which today, can be synthesized in medical research labs. Only the bark is used in the process, the bi-product being raw striped logs. Yew wood is lively, beautiful and perfect for creating unique skateboards. No two boards are alike, each is a unique homage to this amazing tree." -Landyatchz
Construction: 6 plies Canadian Maple core w/ Revival top and bottom plies.