The upstairs meeting room at Agenda turned into a photo gallery as Supra joined up with some of the photographers the team has been shooting with for the past eight years. On display were prints from Atiba Jefferson, David Broach, Mike Burnett, Dennis Martin, Shad Lambert, Jeremy Adams, and Joe Brook.
The final episode of “Away from the Equator” takes the team to Thailand, and even with Madars still hurt, there’s some raw and grimy street action on the menu in Bangkok. With a big bag of footage under their belts, the gang embark on the last leg of the journey to Chiang Mai to visit Songkran – the water festival. Things get messy from here on in.
Load up your cars, grab your skateboards, some tents and sleeping bags, and take off. That’s what Peacock and this crew of dudes did, and what they got was a ripping weekend in the Northwest. Vast, empty skateparks and roads that never seem to end—it doesn’t get any better than that. Check out some straight-up mashing from Willis Kimbel, Ben Raybourn, Chris Russel, Kevin Kowalski, Cody Lockwood, and many more.
The etnies Marana Bloodline is now complete with the final addition of the Marana E-Lite (Blood Type E+), the most specialized and rare style in the Marana Bloodline family.
The Marana E-Lite was built with a signature toe cap to be incredibly durable and high-impact resistant using STI Evolution Foam rebound cushioning across the complete midsole and outsole.
A new saga in Canadian skate history unfolded at the Van Doren Invitational live from the Hastings Bowl in Vancouver, BC as over 30 of the world’s finest bowl riders battled it out over 2 amazing days of shredding at one of the most historical skate spots in Canada for $75,000 in cash prize.
Sixteen-year-old Alex Sorgente claimed first place, winning his first ever Van Doren Invitational while standing alongside Santa Cruz native Raven Tershay, and Brad McClain. View complete scores over at theboardr.com.