Maxxis Limited Edition Taiaha to Be Released at Crankworx Rotorua 2019

Mar 5, 2019
by Maxxis Tires  

PRESS RELEASE: Maxxis

To celebrate the amazing support Maxxis receives from the New Zealand MTB community, Maxxis will release a limited edition Assegai tire in partnership with the New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute (NZMACI), based at Rotorua’s Te Puia. This tire will be rebranded as Taiaha - the name of a traditional Māori weapon - and emblazoned with unique and meaningful Māori artwork. The Taiaha tire will be released at Crankworx Rotorua, the first stop on the 2019 Crankworx World Tour. All profits from the tire will be donated to trail building in Rotorua.

From the first tire Maxxis released, New Zealanders have understood and chosen Maxxis to be their weapon of choice for battling the local trails and experiencing all that our unique land has to offer. And for taking on the world’s best, New Zealanders from current King of Crankworx Sam Blenkinsop all the way back to local legends such as 2001 and 2002 NORBA winner John Kirkcaldie have trusted Maxxis.

In celebration of this special connection, Maxxis has partnered with NZMACI to develop artwork for the Maxxis Taiaha. “This year marks Maxxis’ first as the official tire of the entire Crankworx World Tour. With Rotorua serving as the kick-off to the season, we knew we wanted to do something big. We are honoured to work with NZMACI and Marleen on the creation of the limited edition Taiaha tire for Crankworx Rotorua. It was a fun project and one that will educate visitors on Māori culture in addition to funding local trail building projects,” said Aaron Chamberlain, Maxxis’ bicycle marketing manager.

M ori Warrior with Taiaha. Photo Te Puia

The Taiaha tire follows a similar collaboration in Africa, which saw development of the Maxxis Assegai tire, named after a weapon used by the Zulu tribe. The Taiaha is a traditional long staff weapon used in hand-to-hand combat by Māori warriors. Today, it is used by kapa haka (Māori war dance) proponents to demonstrate their skill and is a part of traditional ceremonies.

In the same way as a Tā moko, or Māori tattoo, the design for this tire portrays its own unique tale. Inspired by the concept of “ripping up the trails”, the curved design on the tire itself represents a distorted line, representing the movement and curves of a trail, while the niho, or Taniwha teeth (represented by the arrow-like design) pay tribute to the snarling tread of the tire. A unique mudguard has also been developed and features pūhoro representing movement and speed – a design often seen on canoes.

Jacob Tautari creating a traditional t moko. Photo Joy Asico

NZMACI designer Jacob Tautari says the process was similar to designing a tā moko (traditional Māori tattoo), where the shape and design are not predetermined, but are instead created following conversation between the artist and the recipient, representing an individual story. With NZMACI mandated by the New Zealand Government to preserve, promote and perpetuate Māori arts and crafts, Tautari says the Maxxis Taiaha is another unique way to share Māori culture with the world.

Te Puia General Manager for Sales and Marketing Kiri Atkinson-Crean agrees that the tire collaboration is yet another way NZMACI is continuing its mission: “Applying our uniquely Māori concepts to this contemporary medium is another way to profile Māori culture, values and traditions in today’s world. It provides us with another important opportunity to share our culture with the world and it is really exciting to think these tires will be seen on trails around New Zealand – and the globe.”

Deep in the Whakarewarewa Forest. Photo Destination Rotorua

Bevan Burgess, product and marketing manager for Marleen Wholesalers Ltd, Maxxis’ distributor in New Zealand, says the Taiaha tire is a fantastic way to share New Zealand’s unique culture and traditions with mountain bikers around the world. “From the time Maxxis released their first tire, top Kiwi riders have been taking on the world’s best using Maxxis as their weapon of choice. The fit with the Taiaha tire, drawing on the authenticity of the NZMACI brand, is a natural one,” said Burgess.

The limited edition Maxxis Taiaha tires will only be available at Crankworx Rotorua 2019, featured along with other events, displays and items celebrating Maxxis as New Zealand’s (and the worlds!) weapon of choice.

Keegan Wright on track at Crankworx Rotorua 2018. Photo Boris Beyer

Vaea Verbeeck flying through the trees in the 2018 Crankworx Redwoods DH. Photo Boris Beyer



176 Comments

  • + 239
 Just what I look for in a tire; culture, values and traditions.
  • + 27
 And artwork
  • + 40
 i'm just here so i don't get fined
  • - 32
flag WAKIdesigns (Mar 5, 2019 at 7:34) (Below Threshold)
 Yes, traditions and values like universal income, gender equality or veganism with only exclusion being human meat.
  • - 8
flag allmountain17 (Mar 5, 2019 at 7:54) (Below Threshold)
 @WAKIdesigns: what's your issue with veganism?
  • - 6
flag DownHooligan (Mar 5, 2019 at 8:03) (Below Threshold)
 @WAKIdesigns: lol take your sjw nonsense elsewhere.
  • - 9
flag WAKIdesigns (Mar 5, 2019 at 8:18) (Below Threshold)
 @allmountain17: nothing just laughing at sentiment to ancient cultures. How about Teutonic Knights edition of Assegai. Just don't tell me it does not go well with South Africa... Big Grin
  • - 1
 @allmountain17: everything?
  • - 17
flag allmountain17 (Mar 5, 2019 at 8:21) (Below Threshold)
 @Naturel: Their is literally nothing wrong with veganism.
  • + 12
 In MTB terms, does Marzocchi count as culture, values and traditions? If yes, there is a tire for you:

images.ridemonkey.com/index.php?size=full&src=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nsmb.com%2Fimages%2Fgear%2Fmarz07%2FTire_Tread.jpg
  • + 36
 @allmountain17: nothing wrong with veganism, just vegans
  • - 8
flag allmountain17 (Mar 5, 2019 at 8:29) (Below Threshold)
 @tcamp86: so what makes vegans inherently bad? Because all they are trying to do is reduce suffering and have compassion for all animals.
  • + 18
 @allmountain17: there is one thing that is wrong with veganism. Vegan cats - it promotes torture of cats.
  • - 1
 @allmountain17: making other people (me) feel bad about themselves for being less virtuous and inarguably more selfish than them IS NOT OK. I hate people with principles and the willpower to make life-changing decisions for what they perceive is the good of species that are likely as sentient as your average coal rolling fan. Arse holes.
  • - 1
 @WAKIdesigns: No such thing as a vegan cat, 'tis true. Dogs can easily live w/o meat their whole life, cats die very quickly.
  • + 8
 And something about tyres.
  • - 15
flag allmountain17 (Mar 5, 2019 at 8:50) (Below Threshold)
 @WAKIdesigns: it's not torture of cats, the food is supplemented with everything the cat needs. If someone is leery though it's pretty easy to not own a cat.
  • - 7
flag allmountain17 (Mar 5, 2019 at 8:51) (Below Threshold)
 @BenPea: if you feel bad maybe that's an obvious sign that the way you live doesn't align with your morals. Sounds like they are helping you realize this.
  • + 12
 @allmountain17: hahahah, let's leave it there. Otherwise i will bring up Etoro tribe of Papua New Guinea. BTW a cat has annihilated a bird in front of my window. Must have learned from humans.
  • + 11
 @allmountain17: I didn't say vegans are inherently bad.. I said there is just something wrong with them. More often than not, they are loud, obnoxious people whose goal tends to be more focused on virtue signaling and pushing their way of life on other people. So, in reality they usual increase suffering, on everyone around them. But all that being said, they are not bad, just irritating at times.
  • - 1
 @WAKIdesigns: Now I am interested, what about this tribe?
  • + 1
 @allmountain17: just reddit it...
  • + 2
 @WAKIdesigns: I don't think the etoro are vegan...
  • + 9
 @tcamp86: Beer and french fries are vegan.
  • + 7
 @endlessblockades: I've found my tribe!
  • + 3
 @WAKIdesigns: that’s just their ridiculous owners, not the cats choice. Lol
Btw, those vegans are the type who give all the other (non extremist) vegans a bad rap.
  • - 2
 @woofer2609: so you are ready to go through Etoro initiation?
  • + 3
 Cats are obligate carnivores. Without meat they die. Full stop. There is no such thing as "Vegan cat food" that is truly vegan.
  • + 2
 @WAKIdesigns: why the f*ck did I Google that shit!!!?!!!
  • + 9
 @woofer2609: That's why songbirds, rodents, frogs, lizards, salamanders, -and the list goes on- are being decimated near human populations.. Fvck outdoor housecats. Sadistic fvcks. Catpeople DVs welcome...
  • + 1
 @endlessblockades: so all I need for them birds to stfu is a cat? On my way to the pet shop
  • + 1
 @tcamp86: So your slight annoyance is considered suffering? that is not even close to what the animals go through. As well this is just the mass perception of vegans, I know many vegans and none of them are like this. All of them are very nice and not obnoxious at all. This is just a matter of how people are being portrayed in media.
  • + 1
 @allmountain17: no smoke without a fire
  • + 2
 @Naturel: a pellet rifle is more fun... just sayin. Lower maintenance also.
  • - 3
 Vegans to society are like what dentists are to mountain bikers
  • + 4
 @kookseverywhere: I have to be the devils advocate here. I actually appreciate what vegans do and wish more people could so that I don't have to...
  • + 2
 @allmountain17: you sound fun at parties... telling everyone they are living their lives wrong. How polite
  • + 1
 @cycleco: I have not told anyone how to live their lives.
  • + 1
 @woofer2609: Finally a good reason to support veganism.
  • + 10
 @WAKIdesigns: Exactly. Also, veganism is viewed with the same disdain in France as witchcraft was in the 15th century, and I don't fancy being barbecued or thrown in a river. That's regardless of the tear that forms in my eye when I see the cows in the neighbouring field engaging in public displays of affection (to each other, not me). These things feel love and not only when that love is directed by a man towards a killer steak fried to perfection. I'm so conflicted. I haven't spotted these hordes of vigilante vegans who go around beating carnivores to death with courgettes. If you feel oppressed by their presence on the internet then you are a meat snowflake, a meatflake.
@allmountain17: yes, I am heavily misaligned, but the vegan dilemma can join the queue. Keep spreading the word and in 200 years time, things might change.
  • - 1
 Maxxis releases Assegai, a name that many will shy away from for "regular price" then releases a "cooler" sounding better looking graphic for more money. Thanks Maxxis
  • + 6
 @BenPea: I am conflicted because on one side I see them minimizing their impact but on another I just can’t watch some of them uneat themselves to death. Today I saw a vegan lunch consisting of approx 60-80g of some sort of non-wheat based pasta, a few beans, some sauce and a bit of spinach. This meal contained no more than 500 calories. And it is not an uncommon sight on vegan or vegetarian plates I see almost daily. It may put me away differently than some coworkers who frequently stuff themselves with shit (there is no better way of calling instant burgers, kebab, local so called Turkish pizza, brown sauce flooded beef, fries dripping in oil to the degree where those in McDonalds look like diet food), but it still makes me cringe. But here’s the deal. In both cases it is a very marginal number of folks doing it wrong and ruining it for their peers. Most people here just eat average food, with balanced mixture of tasty carcinogens and life extending, plant based substances. Most vegans I know are indeed troubled souls believing in all sorts of woo. There is some contrarian gene in them that make them more likely to believe in chemtrails or become antivaccers. On the other side of the spectrum are the shit eaters and I can tell that none of them makes their bed in the morning, they burp on meetings and some of them may have a sock filled with dried sealant by the side of their bed, lying there since last friday. So if I was to chose who to exterminate... vegans get a pass, even if the dumber part of their kind would calll me a murderer and think I must die of heart attack within next 5 years. They care, even if sometimes too much about weird things, they freaking care. the other part does not give a tiniest sht and when pressed, becomes a first class victim of everything with excuse for anything.
  • + 2
 @WAKIdesigns: what's making your bed gotta do with this? I feel personally attacked
  • + 0
 @allmountain17: @allmountain17: @allmountain17: Dogs and cats are carnivores. Its actually cruel to deny them what their bodies have evolved over millions of years to consume. Nature has optimized their physiology to be efficient at hunting down and killing their prey.
  • + 1
 WAKI, people sound pretty horrible around you, even the vegans, that's unfortunate
  • - 4
flag tcamp86 (Mar 5, 2019 at 13:50) (Below Threshold)
 @allmountain17: Typical virtue-signaling-vegan... caring more about the suffering of animals than your fellow man. And when you really think about it, people like me are doing the animals a favor by ending their suffering from listening to the constant whining of vegans.
  • + 1
 @RollinFoSho: I've heard they'll be selling for $100 NZD with all profits going to trail building
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: Am I ready to go through Etoro initiation?
Hell no! I'm ready to join the Frenchfriesnbeer tribe!
In fact, I joined a long time ago.
This cascading thread format does get confusing.
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: You are a troubled soul, please lay on the couch...........tell me about your Mother
  • + 5
 @tcamp86: It is not at all that I care about animals more than my fellow man. It is quite the opposite, the animals are only one aspect of veganism. The socioeconomic impact of animals products is insanely high. As well as the insane amount of food that has to be fed to these animals just to get a small amount of meat back. The average American consumes ~60,000 plant equivalent kcal's each day. that is a ton of food that could be going to "my fellow man". Instead though it is going to this countries meat addiction.
  • + 6
 @WAKIdesigns: Some proposed vegans eating disorder is no justification for consuming animal products. Also just because the vegans you know are crazy conspiracy theorists does not mean that you have to be to be vegan. At its core veganism is a boycott. It is people that realize that animal agriculture is absolutely despicable and that we do not need these products to be healthy. Since we do not need these products to be healthy their is no justification for them. (for 99% of the population)
  • + 1
 @allmountain17: The solution is going out and killing your own dinner.
  • - 1
 @SlodownU: Maybe, its pretty easy to still argue that that is unethical, but I see where you are coming from. The problem with that is if humanity did that the wildlife population would be wiped out in a matter of days, as well, basically no one is willing to do that.
  • + 1
 @RollinFoSho: he's got special "everyone's a twat"-tinted spectacles.
I don't think there's a correlation between veganism and believing they put dead babies in vaccines. I'd like to see that study.
  • + 1
 @Swordy: It's a creative way to donate to trail building in NZD
  • + 2
 F*** this escalated quickly.
  • + 1
 @BenPea: only 10% of people I ever met are twats. 99% of whom own an oversized hatchback/ mini van. Then there’s Keit...
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: I see waki's back at it again. this whole discussion is a bit obsolete since in a few years time stem cell research will be at the point where we won't need to torture and kill billions of animals to feed billions of people. Sausages and Steaks will be cleanly and sustainably grown in petri dishes and they'll be tasty.
  • + 0
 @colincolin: I just said here that I have no hard feelings to vegans. Is it upsetting you?
  • + 0
 @Ttimer: So is that M for Maxxis, Like ART industry where art is sold too launder drug money?
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: 2009 Ford C-MAX. Twat or no twat? That's all I care about now. Oh and it's black.
@colincolin: how many years? I'm hungry.
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: I know you'd love that but as disappointing as it is your views on this are sound.
  • + 3
 @BenPea: I own a black V70 so my dislike to oversized hatchbacks is a Jungian Shadow thing... I hate them so I don’t have to hate myself
  • + 2
 @colincolin: I even said vegans are beneficial... I may actually start a website convincing people to become vegans
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: So when will we get computer chips in our tyres to tell us what pressure too use for enviromental conditions?
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: congrats. yours still speeds up after 180km/h.
  • + 1
 @colincolin: i am lucky to own a T4, if it was planet saving, Ocean cleaning 1.6 D2 DrivE it wouldn’t reach 100km/h with bikes on thule and it would rev out at 9000 by that speed
  • + 1
 @Ttimer: Wow! I like that!
  • - 1
 @allmountain17: yeah yeah, we can go back and forth till the cows come home, but all this talk about whining vegans has made me hungry. I'm going to go eat a hamburger, maybe I'll make it a double.
  • + 1
 @woofer2609: You can give a cat lab grown (animal free) proteins to supplement their diet. They wont die without meat. Unless the diet you give them doesn't give them the proper nutrients.
  • + 51
 Finally a collectible tire. My wife is going to loe how this looks on the living room wall.
  • + 23
 Kia ora. Hard to understand the negativity of some comments. Most New Zealaders are proud of Māori culture and love to share it with visitors. Te Puia is an amazing facility which does just that, all while teaching and supporting budding Māori artists. I encourage all those coming to Crankworx to go for a visit. While being Pākeha myself (non-Māori) I would be proud to show my support. Maybe we are just less cynical down here at the bottom of the world?
  • + 14
 I'm with you. It's not very often corporates outside New Zealand get it right by consulting the local iwi. Pretty stoked on it.
  • + 6
 I don't understand the negativity either. The tire looks sick and helps fund trails, what's not to like?
  • + 3
 @dubiousdesigns: Did you see the Commencal Meta NZ edition? Your comment reminds me of that.

Looks like token "Maori" design on it: www.commencal-store.co.nz/meta-am-v42-new-zealand-650b-brushed-2018-c2x23876941
  • + 3
 @mattsnz: ugh. So much wrong. Which is a shame because black koru on silver would be bad-ass.
  • + 27
 The real weapon is the exploding enves
  • + 1
 What about weaponized cell phones, using ultra low radio frequency that alter brain function too buy Maxxxxxxxxxxxis ?
  • + 24
 Nice.

Any news on EXO & EXO+ versions of the Assegai?
  • + 2
 They are showing up on their website but I didn't see any in stock
  • + 2
 @downcountry: That's your side of the Atlantic, yes? Still vapourware over here for now as well. I'm just impatient!
  • + 5
 @downcountry: I emailed about the EXO+ and Maxxis said June/July for the USA.
  • + 2
 Yes, I would like to know that for Europe, too. They are on- and-off on the website.
DHR 2 Exo+ are available now.
  • + 5
 We should have them for the prime riding season in the US. Some distributors have DoubleDown versions in stock now.
  • + 1
 @Maxxis: So winter over here?
  • + 4
 @Maxxis: the US is quite big, it's prime riding season in Southern US as we speak. Could you be a bit more vague please?
  • + 2
 @Naturel: Yep, Trails are amazing right now in Pisga and N. Georgia... @Maxxis HQ is like 5 miles from my house too LOL. It's all good, I'm in manufacturing, I totally get it.
  • + 7
 @Naturel: we're based in Atlanta, and can tell you firsthand it is NOT prime riding season here. It's been an incredibly wet winter and our trails are squishier than a Super Tacky Shorty left in the sun. We're hoping to have stock by late spring.
  • + 2
 @Maxxis: Agree, it's no where near ideal riding season or conditions here...it flat out sucks from all the rain! Oh and now we get freezing temperatures again!
  • + 0
 @mtbgeartech: Yea, definitely not prime or amazing in Pisgah right now. Maybe in a month
  • + 1
 @LaXcarp: yeah everybody on earth should know where exactly maxxis USA are based and southern US definitely does not include California, Utah, Arizona, Texas, Florida etc. Anyways I got the answer I wanted, late spring.
  • + 2
 @Maxxis: A whole lot of us ride year round - MTB ain't skiing.
  • + 1
 @endlessblockades: nobody said anything about not riding year round, just that it's not *prime season* right now. We've got jackets and knee warmers!
  • + 2
 @Maxxis: Can attest to this! I did manage a ride last Saturday, but it was damn near a monsoon on Sunday. The only thing keeping everything from being a mud hole right now is we've decided to temporarily (rode in shorts and short sleeves on Sat) revert to winter and everything is frozen. Oh well, it'll probably dry out and be dusty by next week. lol. Looks like 60's early next week!
  • + 21
 When are they going to make a tire honoring all the fat middle-aged guys on mountain bikes?
  • + 13
 Skin wall "+" size tires?
  • + 8
 ...with thinning tread
  • + 8
 Schwalbe's Fat Albert?
  • + 6
 lol......and for the divorcees...the new Michelin Wild Endurahoe
  • + 1
 I’m only on the heavy casing because I’m aggro AF. Don’t know about you guys.
  • + 17
 Nice, limited edition New Zealand version of a South African tire!
  • + 6
 The official tire of cultural appropriation
  • + 8
 Just what we needed, limited edition MTB expendables... who exactly asked for this?
  • + 0
 Not that I'm going to run out and buy this tire, but why expendable? Most people who buy these will probably go out and ride them until they're no good, just as they would for any other tire.
  • + 2
 @TheR: That's the racing definition of expendables. You can add brake pads, chains, and grips to that list too...
  • + 1
 Vegans.
  • + 1
 @focofox37: Same net result, though. They're going to use a set of tires only once, and they can only have one set on their bike at a time, so how is it different from any other tire at any other race? One tire, one race, whether it's these, regular assegais, minions, magic mary's, whatever.
  • + 6
 Imagine if maxxis just managed to get some dd tyres in 2.5 out for us mortals to buy. That would be amazing. Love maxxis tyres but I hate their lack of distro and stock.
  • + 2
 I picked up a DHF 2.5WT DD MaxxGrip and DHRII 2.4WT DD MaxxTerra from one of the German online sites a month or so ago, not sure of current stock... that was in 27.5 as well.
  • + 3
 Given their utterly ridiculous lineup with a myriad of tread designs each in a gazillion versions, i'm constantly surprised that most of them are actually available. Maxxis distribution department must be enormous and their markup very substantial to be able to afford such practices.
  • + 8
 Didn't show the tread. Kinda important..
  • + 4
 It's the same as the Assegai.
  • + 7
 Limited addition, or are they trying to transition away from the ass-guy name?
  • + 1
 I wondered that too. I like that I can actually pronounce this one!
  • + 7
 The shark has been officially jumped.
  • + 4
 Just please give us a 29" maxx grip compound tire that's not a DH casing...assegai, minion, whatever...just make it sticky and not a boat anchor! Not all of us live in california climates!
  • + 7
 Ka mau te wehi!
  • + 4
 John Kirkcaldie - now there was a nice guy, and the first "true" pro Kiwi racer.
  • + 5
 Looks like a tyre....

Ha.

(I'll let myself out).
  • + 5
 Tu Meke!
  • + 3
 Good work Maxxis. Hey Commencal this is how you do a limited edition using Indigenous artwork.
  • + 4
 How long until a Whistler limited edition? With a bird on it of course.
  • + 2
 Yeah, an Emu.
  • + 4
 Sounds like "Tire" pronunciation in Boston, MA
  • + 1
 Some would argue Bostonians are their own culture and poeple, one forged in rage of of the road and short temper.
  • + 2
 Still waiting on the limited edition USA version, M1A, to be released at the new USA World Cup round .....
  • + 1
 With screaming eagle freedom grip!
  • + 2
 Limited edition stuff is cool and all, but I’m not flying to NZ to buy one.
  • + 3
 Im still waiting for a minion dhr 2 29x2.4 with double down casing.
  • + 3
 And you will still get it a year before us folk in the UK.
  • + 1
 Don't bother. The 27.5 x 2.3 DD has been quite disappointing. 30psi to keep it from banging the 30mm inner width rim. About the same as an EXO from 2 years ago.
  • + 3
 Tino pai!
  • + 2
 Yeah fuck yeah boys. Good cunts.
  • + 2
 That’s pretty rad. I just need a homie on the ground to hook it up.
  • + 3
 Ka pai
  • + 1
 scrolled through photos for photo of John Kirkcaldie but was bitterly disappointed Frown
  • + 3
 Come check out our booth at Crankworx Rotorua, we'll have something you'll appreciate.
  • + 1
 @Maxxis: old-school maxxis-stickered M1 FTW!
  • + 2
 don't 'rip up the trails' please.
  • + 1
 Looks like a Minnion, priced like a Minnion!
  • + 2
 Need more hotpatch
  • + 1
 tattoo graphics is more moto than mtb
  • + 1
 Are there any moto races where you have to be tattooed to be the champion? spokemagazine.com/content/psm5elwn1c88veh9y2a9vea3itnwzt
  • + 1
 My favorite wheels with my favorite tattos!! Thats it!!
  • + 6
 You obviously missed the memo about Swedish support group for people who got Tribal Tattoos in hope to become Maori Warriors and now they live a life of broken dreams.

farm8.static.flickr.com/7217/7189472371_f98d4bbe12_b.jpg
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: Isn't that a us marines tattoo below the unfortunate accident?
  • + 1
 I’ll hold off for the aboriginal version
  • + 1
 wow that tread design is so cool
  • + 1
 maxxis tires usually have bad wobbles. stopped buying them.
  • - 2
 Looks good. Tire graphics are usually overlooked but they are an important part of a bike's aesthetics. Maxxis especially should start catching up. Love the looks of my Continental Der Baron!
  • + 2
 TIRES!!!!!!
  • + 1
 "Tiireaha"
  • + 1
 T-guy.
  • + 0
 Needs more ink!
  • - 1
 Limited edition? MSRP: $130
  • + 0
 Man up here that's what they go for anyways...
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