The best company to go out of business the year a lot of us started skating.
With all of the impending sequels on their way out (plus the well-received ones that have already come out), and these dudes still thinking it’s 1996, it is surprising someone hasn’t dropped some money into a Wu-Tang Hard Goods Co. sequel.
“The Wu-Tang Hard Goods Company was so rad. I was lucky to be a part of that one! Wu-Tang was the theme music for my generation and alot of skaters of that era. I got a chance to have a pro model board with the RZA. Maurice Key was on the team also. We would talk on the phone all the time on how we wanted to meet those brothers. Unfortunately, it didn’t happen. But, we were able to pay some bills and eat, which was great at the time because we didn’t make any money from our major board sponsors. Wu money was good to us.” – Jahmal Williams