First introduced in 1959, the Roller Derby skateboard was the first mass-produced skateboard. It was basically a one-tip wooden plank with modified roller skates attached to it. Completely lacking features which nowadays are common for skateboards, the Roller Derby had no concave or even kicktails, not to mention grip tape, and like all early skateboards, it featured steel wheels which offered little to no grip on most riding surfaces.
The October QS from the folks at Made for Skate is gearing up for release. We are hearing allocations are limited in the range of 2000 pairs worldwide.
Info via Wikipedia