A collaboration between Kodak and The Girl Skateboard Co. celebrating skateboarding, Girl’s rich filmmaking history, and Kodak’s new Super8 camera.
The short film features the Girl Skateboards team on the road traveling from Seattle, Washington to San Francisco, California. Along the way they captured their adventures on the new Kodak Super8 camera. Featuring Andrew Brophy, Cory Kennedy, Mike Carroll, Rick Howard, Rick McCrank, Sean Malto, Simon Bannerot and Tyler “Manchild” Pacheco.
The collaboration includes an offering of skateboards, wheels, and printed apparel. The Kodak | Girl Skateboard Co. collection is now available finer skate shops world wide. Visit http://girlskateboards.com/kodak/
Lance Mountain set out to make a TV show in 2009 to pay respect to the generation of skaters from the late 1970s. This included two pioneers Bobby Valdez and Darrell Miller who didn’t become household names, but nonetheless they had a huge impact on Lance and skateboarding’s progression. The show never happened but Jeff Grosso and the Six Stair crew located all of the footage and decided to cut the story together. Have a look!
James Craig discusses growing up in Orange County CA, getting sponsored by Liberty Boardshop, beating his older brother in contests, getting on Grindking, showing off for Koston at the courthouse, skating for Society, getting on Blind, having a personalized song in The Blind Video, tearing his ACL, leaving DVS for Circa, becoming team manager for Dwindle, getting let go from Dwindle, his company smlwheels, starting his new job at the Boardr and much more…
Our British skate pals at Sidewalk Magazine have recently posted up a momentuous feature on their site which highlights a special skate session upon England’s storied Romford Skatepark. Nearly 40 years old and still dedicating its rough and crusty surfaces to skaters from many generations, Romford continues to hold its weight in gnar and benchmarks. Raven Tershy, Rune Glifberg, Ben Hatchell and Sam Beckett recently convened upon this hallowed ground to have a session long to remember. Have a look!
This fall, the Vans Half Cab celebrates 25 years of legendary skateboarding heritage. Originally released in 1992, the Half Cab represents an era of true design innovation. Constructed by street skaters in the early 90s by cutting the collar off the original Vans Caballero pro model and spawning the “lighter, better, faster” version of its predecessor, the iconic signature shoe for Steve Caballero has stood the test of time as a Vans Pro Skate favorite. The Half Cab has indisputably revolutionized performance skate progression, and still to this day, represents the leading-edge modifications in skateboarding footwear for which Vans has come to be known.
An icon in his own right with more than 45 years of influential skateboarding under his belt, from his tenure as part of the original Bones Brigade crew to his decades-long career as a pioneer of skateboarding from vert and park, to street and bowl, Vans honors legend Steve Caballero with the release of two exclusive Half Cab colorways in the token silver anniversary hue and classic black.
Highlighting premium pig suede uppers, metallic silver details, and a tonal embroidered “XXV” on the back heel for a commemorative touch, the 25th Anniversary Vans Half Cab is equipped with Vans Pro Skate’s signature Pro Classics performance innovation, featuring supportive ULTRACUSH HD sockliners for resilient cushioning and advanced comfort, and DURACAP reinforced underlays in high abrasion areas for premium durability and consistent fit.
The Vans Half Cab 25th Anniversary colorways are available now at authorized Vans Pro Skate dealers near you. Visit Vans.com/skate for the dealer locator and more information on the latest Vans performance skate models.
Palace Skateboards drops a new edit featuring heaps of NYC footage, more Danny Brady footage than we could have ever hoped for, and, you guesses it, Lucas Puig!