Spend the day with Jose Rojo in San Jose as he hits Cesar Chavez plaza with Caswell, skates a sick D.I.Y. barrier, and talks about his new InsaneAThane wheel by OJ. The streets are waiting, throw on some Juice, and blaze all terrains.
NJ Skateshop thought it would be hilarious to have a Quasi Skateboards party on 4/20 but they’re burnt and forgot the date…so….5/20 it is!
This Friday come hang with 3 of New Jerseys Finest Gilbert Crockett, Dick Rizzo & Josh Wilsonn at NJ’s Hoboken shop.
Free beer, free Red Bull & vodka, free stuff from Vans and a special surprise guest. It’s gonna be the greatest 5/20 party ever! (And yes, they’re claiming Gil. He had that one trick in Propeller in NJ so now he’s from Jersey.)
Press Release: True legends never die! In an unforgettable comeback performance, original Bones Brigade member and certified legend Lance Mountain fueled the ultimate shakeup as he earned his first championship win at the 12th annual Vans Pool Party earlier today. Edging out podium veteran Steve Caballero, who placed in 2nd, and unseating nine-time Pool Party title-holder Chris Miller, who finished in third, Mountain powered through his runs combining his timeless style with an incredible mixed bag of tricks to win the title.
Underlining an epic journey of Combi Pool domination, the unstoppable Pedro Barros demonstrated another breathtaking feat of talent, blasting through huge airs in lightning fast runs to win his third Pool Party championship title to date. Rising star and pool ripper Cory Juneau sneaks in second with a game-changing final run, while Bucky Lasek utilized a clean, technical approach to secure third. Finally, closing out the Masters division, Darren Navarette took flight and put together a flawless run in classic Navs style, ousting last year’s winner Bruno Passos.
In the chance that you missed the action, check the archived Vans Pool Party webcast right here.
1st Pedro Barros
2nd Cory Juneau
3rd Bucky Lasek
1st Lance Mountain
2nd Steve Caballero
3rd Chris Miller
1st Darren Navarette
2nd Bruno Passos
3rd Jed Fuller
Real Skateboards just released a new Actions REALized project with Steve Olson and his “Let the People Paint” program. A portion of the proceeds from these Steve Olson – Actions REALized decks will go to the “Let The People Paint” program to help youth and developmentally disabled adults experience the feeling of painting and creating art.
Available now at actionsrealized.com/