The newest release from Real Skateboards introduces the all new Low Pro II construction decks, the Wrecking Crew Pro Series, Busenitz Overkill, a look at Ishod’s newest ad and new Custom Oval decks that can personalized as your own Pro REAL deck. Dig in.
The Skate Shop Challenge and Womens competitions have taken place and now the practice sessions are underway leading to this weekend’s Vans Invitational at the US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, California. Marseille’s Skatepark Du Prado inspired bowl will play host to many of the planet’s top bowlriders battling for a prize purse of $100,000 with $25,000 going to the winner.
If you don’t find yourself pushing through the crowd to grab a seat to witness the action on the beach, tune into the live webcast beginning at 4pm on Saturday, July 27th.
1. Lizzy Armanto
2. Julz Kindstrand
3. Nora Vasconcellos
4. Hunter Long
5. Allysha Bergado
6. Amelia Brodka
Shop Team Winner
Val Surf – Eddie Moreno, Al Brunell, and
In this second part of Rolling Through the Shadows, The Leica Internet Team turns the questions around to find out more about Mark Whiteley, the man behind this series featured on The Leica Blog. They take a closer look at the seemingly unlikely collision of skateboarding and M-System photography from the perspective of the skaters and photographers themselves.
The first of three episodes for Tom Schaar’s new web series “Full Rotation” has been released this week. Best known for being the first skateboarder in history ever to land a 1080, 13-year-old Tom Schaar is out to prove that his talents go way beyond the Mega Ramp. In this premiere episode, Tom showcases his bowl skills as he takes turns at the etnies Bowl and the Vans Combi Bowl. With commentary by Christian Hosoi and Eddie Reategui, find out why Tom Schaar is skateboarding’s next “it” kid.
Roast beef, Crail, Late shuvit, Saran Wrap, Hippy jump, etc… In this Loveletters episode, Grosso sets it straight and discusses some of the highs and lows of the “trends in skateboard trickery”. What’s new is old, what’s old is new.