This is one of the Secrets of the Maya collection longboards: The Bat Tail Chaac Longboard (North)
The bamboo bat tail Chaac was inspired by the ancient Maya rain deity, Chaac. Since the cooling rains of winter often came from the north – known as “the side of heaven” – the Maya associated north with water.
Chaac often used axes to cut open the clouds to produce rain. The Maya believed that rain was “holy blood” – symbolic of agriculture and fertility. They used concentric circles and the color white to represent northern holy regions.
The top of this deck is a graphic representation of clouds; in the center are circular rain drops – released by the axe of Chaac – which fall down into a choppy body of water below.
This longboard is made out of 3 ply bamboo and 2 ply maple and it comes with Undertow wheels.