Eames Office x Globe: Lounge Chair Skateboard Series


SKU: 9600x-1 Made To Order
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a new skateboard series that pays tribute to the iconic Lounge Chair and Ottoman.

Introducing the fifth addition to the Eames Office x Globe collaboration: The Lounge Chair Skateboard Series!

Blending the work of Charles and Ray Eames, this collaboration between Globe and the Eames Office unites furniture design and skateboarding. Every component pays homage to the iconic Lounge Chair and its unparalleled design legacy. Meticulously crafted from furniture-grade materials and with exceptional details, these limited-edition boards honor the Eames’ pioneering spirit and encapsulate the harmonious synergy of one of the most iconic furniture designs of the 20th Century.

The boards all have paint dip and laser-etch finish details on wood veneer that match classic Lounge Chair colorways and are embedded with custom metal Eames Office + Globe badges and Eames logo deck bolts. Rubberized grip and flat edges, mimic the finish of the chair.

All Lounge series boards come in a heavyweight canvas dot-pattern board bag that folds down into a carry-all tote.

More About Globe

Charles & Ray Eames are among the most influential American designers of the 20th century, best known for their innovative contributions to architecture, furniture design, industrial design, photographic arts, and perhaps most importantly, pioneers of the press Globe uses today to make skateboards. Sharing in a similar appreciation for craftsmanship, details, and “taking your pleasure seriously”, the Eames Office is proud to present an on-going collaboration with Globe.

The Globe ReGrowth Program offsets their timber use by partnering with the National Forest Foundation (NFF) to donate to their tree-planting program. Globe’s yearly donations to the NFF help plant more than three times the amount of trees they harvest annually in making their skateboards.

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 8.25 × 32 × 2.75 in
Year Designed


Charles & Ray Eames


Charles Ormand Eames Jr., a nearly-licensed architect born in St. Louis in 1907, and Bearnice Alexandra “Ray” Kaiser, an abstract painter born in Sacramento in 1912, are cemented into the canon of 20th-century design. Since uniting in 1940, these partners in life and work have been internationally recognized at the forefront of the design, architecture, filmmaking, and furniture communities.

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