Colour and size is shown in the title.
Large graphic on back. Small graphic on front side chest.
Alrighty then, Indy. The Independent Truck Company is a skateboard truck manufacturer based in Santa Cruz, California. It all started in 1978 by a guy named Fausto Vitello. The Stage 1 model truck was the first product, released on May 23, 1978 in Newark, California, US.
The Independent skateboard truck was designed in response to the lack of quality skateboard trucks on the market at the time. There was really only Bennett and Tracker trucks at the time and as Rick Blackhart said "one broke, and one didn't turn".
The iconic logo for Independent trucks is the Alisee cross, a variant of the Cross pattée (not the Iron Cross) and was inspired by an image of Pope John Paul II, who was wearing the icon on his vestment in an edition of TIME magazine. It has remained the Independent truck logo since the company began and is still universally recognizable