OutLook Tommy Harward Pro Freestyle Model Deck

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Black colorway circa 2003 - outlookskates.com
Limited Edition Carolina Blue colorway April 2004 - outlookskates.com
Limited Edition NC State Red colorway April 2004 - outlookskates.com
Limited Edition NC State Red Complete circa 2004 - outlookskates.com

Features

Make OutLook Skateboards
Skater Tommy Harward
Model Pro Freestyle Model
Width 7.25" (184 mm)
Length 27" (686 mm)
Wheelbase 11.75" (299 mm)
BIS # 7.25"-27"-------
Nose Shape Blunt
Tail Shape Blunt
Kicktail Single Kick
Rails Rounded
Deck Shape Modeled from old Reggie Barnes template.
Mounting Holes Standard
Graphics Graphics features the state of North Caroline with a dog doing a No-Handed 50/50 inside the border. The dog was a tribute to Tommy's dog (Bear) who had recently passed away. "TOMMY HARWARD" is printed inside the outline of the dog. "OutLook" is printed just above the dogs head and "Freestyle" is printed in the western (bottom) most side of the state. The original release of this deck was available in pink or black, but a limited edition run of 25 decks came out in April 2004, in Carolina Blue and NC State Red colorways. I have seen some other colorways in Dark Blue, Maroon, Bronze and Gold, but never saw them listed on OutLook's web site.
Colors Pink, Black, Carolina Blue, NC State Red, Dark Blue, Maroon, Bronze and Gold
Artist Josh Moore (A friend of Tommy's cousin)
Special Features Designed by Tommy himself. Modified from the old Reggie Barnes template.
Introductory Price $44.99
Release Date August 2003
Discontinued December 2004
Retail Availability 2003-2004

This deck was initially sold as an experimental prototype around April 2003 and was only done in a small run which later lead to the permanent Harward Deck.

Experimental prototype image March 2003 - outlookskates.com

The complete included Independent 101 Freestyle Trucks, Harward Pro Burley Flatland Wheels, ABEC-7 Bearings, Iron Horse Grip Tape, and FREE assembly.

"This is the more traditional freestyle setup, shaped from a Reggie Barnes 80's Pro Model. This complete is pretty much setup the exact same way a board would have been in the 80's. If you used to freestyle back then, and were comfortable with that style and shape, then this is for you." - outlookskates.com