Emerica just dropped their Emerica x HARSH TOKE collab release featuring The Figueroa, as well as apparel pieces to accompany this project. Harsh Toke, led by Emerica’s own Justin “Figgy” Figueroa, are both equal parts atmospheric and anarchic, with unprecedented white-knuckle volume abuse.
Emerica is proud to introduce the Emerica Reserve Collection by Andrew Reynolds. The limited Reynolds LV Reserve is inspired by his minimalistic lifestyle. These shoes are as clean as the Boss’ frontside flicks and the boys at Emerica nailed it with this rad clip.
Emerica listened to their audience and gave them what thet wanted: a skateable version of the original Wino. The Wino G6 builds upon the original Wino style by adding durability and delivering a one of a kind skateable hybrid to the Emerica line.
Including a pro colorway from Jeremy Leabres in addition to three team colorways, the Wino G6 is a functional, tough as nails kick that looks stylish both on and off the board.
Navy / Gum / White / Suede (Jeremy Leabres colorway)
Black / Black / Suede
Blue / White / Navy / Canvas
Black / White / Suede
– G6 Impact Resistant Polyurethane Insole
– Double Wrapped Vulcanized Construction
– Heel Anchor System
– Tuff Cuff Collar Padding
– Double Wrapped Vulc
– Suede & Canvas options available
Cuff up and buy the new Wino G6 here on the Emerica site or find them at your local skate shop!
Emerica has been doing it right since day one and they nailed it with the new Wino G6: An updated, more skateable version of their classic Wino model. Let Jon Dickson sell you a pair with this sick nosegrind.
“As soon as I found skateboarding…everything else just stopped.” In this first episode of a 5 Part series from The Berrics, Andrew Reynolds talks about how he got into skateboarding as a kid, the support he got from his parents, and growing up skating contests in Florida.
Epicly Later’d is back with its first episode of Season 7 with a Kevin ‘Spanky’ Long episode update redux in two parts. Although Spanky already had a few episodes in the early years of the show, these updated episodes put things into perspective with his skateboarding career. Thankfully, he’s been back on his signature board where he needs to be. Cheers Spanky!