éS footwear has united with DGK Skateboards for a brand new Fall 2017 collaborative collection that meshes the brands together flawlessly. This premium collection taps into the high quality materials, design and style that both brands are known for.
This exceptional éS X DGK collection integrates the iconic éS footwear styles: ACCEL Slim, the ACCEL Slim mid, and the premium SESLA that are merchandized with T-Shirts, Hoodies, and accessories.
Helping to support this collection are éS and DGK riders Wade DesArmo, DeMarquis McDaniels, Juan Moreno, and Shinya Masuda.
Check out the éS X DGK collection here.
Vans returned to the legendary Hastings Park in Vancouver, Canada for the 4th stop of the 2017 Vans Park Series. Every contest seems to get better, and this year Canada was no different. This was Pedro Barros first contest on Canadian soil, and he didn’t disappoint the rabid skate fans of Vancouver. The skating was next level, and everyone was putting together video part tricks in their contest runs, but at the end it was Tom Schaar 3rd, Karl Berglind 2nd, and Pedro Barros 1st, claiming his second win of 2017.
Check out the highlights video to see what went down.
Visit Kevin Spanky Long in his studio as he introduces his “Time Wiper” pack for Emerica featuring some choice doodles on napkins from Kevin’s travels over the years
The Crail crew cruises the bricks in the latest Weakdays edit filmed on location at LA High. Featuring Tyler Pacheco, Jesus Fernandez, Simon Bannerot, Yonnie Cruz, Rick Howard, Stevie Perez, Niels Bennett, and Vincent Alvarez, and Cody Chapman.
Brazilian ripper Pedro Barros tore into the bowls, hips and spine of Hastings Skatepark with raw determination in his first-ever visit. His Canada victory marks his second event win on the 2017 Vans Park Series Men’s Pro Tour.
“Fortunately, I was able to come to Canada this year,” said Canada event winner Pedro Barros. “This place, everybody, the energy, these guys are true skaters. Thank you, we are all united together!”
1. Pedro barros
2. Karl Berglind
3. Tom Schaar
4. Ivan Federico
5. Cory Juneau
6. Robin Bolian
7. Trey Wood
8. Alex Sorgente
Drop by the Vans Park Series website to see the archived webcast, action photos and VPS Tour standings. Visit The Boardr website for complete results.
Andrew Reynolds discusses growing up in Florida, his first sponsor G&S, riding for Birdhouse, how much he got paid for being in Tony Hawks Pro Skater, running Baker Skateboards, frontside flips, winning Maloof Money Cup, madness, how he got on RVCA, winning Thrasher’s Skater of The Year, Baker 4 video project and much more.