It’s come down to the Final Four in Woodward Camps’ Mano A Mano 2017 mini ramp competition. Kick back and watch as Eric Winkowski goes up against Cody Lockwood and Sebo Walker battles Alex Sorgente. Who moves forward to the Finals?
Josh Landau of The Shrine has been family of Dogtown Skateboards since he was a kid hopping fences and draining pools with them. He started a rad band, Rabies, and shortly afterward formed The Shrine. Years later and a few tours around the globe, The Shrine has become a bonafide skate rock band and most likely they’ve torn through your town a few times.
The artwork on the The Shrine’s album “Bless Off” was influenced by the Dogtown graphic, “Born Again” drawn by Ric Clayton back in 1985. Jim Muir teamed up with Josh Landau, took the classic shape of the Born Again deck and made a modern version of it and melded this classic deck graphic with the band’s album cover.
These decks will also become available at your local shop or online at Dogtownskateboards.com beginning Saturday, April 29th.
Mark Gonzales spent the last 9 months developing the Krooked Beemer shape and it’s finally ready to release! This board takes takes 4 hours to make and only 300 could be made. Learn more about the Beemer right here and look for it in your local skateshop!”
Chris Coté has launched the Monday Action Sports Show (M.A.S.S.) on the YEW Media network to bring listeners all of the latest breaking skate, surf and snow news from around the world every Monday morning. While all three of these board sports might not pertain to your life, there are solid pieces with special guests and musicians in each 23-minute episode, as well as broadcasting on-location from events like the Vans Park Series in Serra Negra, Brazil. Listen in!