Lance Mountain

Pooling Around


The latest edition of “Pooling Around” from The Skateboard Mag is stacked with some heavy hitters. Ronnie Sandoval, Lance Mountain, Peter Hewitt, Cody Lockwood, Al Partanen, Willy Lara, and more get straight to the point and tear through a fresh batch of Fresno pools.

Bones Brigade Secret Session at House of Vans Brooklyn

YouTube Preview Image The Tony Hawk Foundation hosted a fundraiser at House of Vans Brooklyn. Skaters included Tony Hawk, Eddie Elguera, Lance Mountain, Mike McGill, Rodney Mullen, Christian Hosoi, Ben Raybourn, Chris Cole, Ishod Wair, Corbin Harris, Kevin Staab, Riley Hawk and Nyjah Huston!

Happy Birthday Lance Mountain!

YouTube Preview Image Today marks Lance Mountain’s 50th birthday. So let’s all celebrate the imaginative, creative and youthful spirit that Lance has brought to skateboarding throughout the years. Skateboarding would surely be much different without his influence and progressive talents. Cheers Lance!

Pooling Around Via The Skateboard Mag

Dive in to the latest installment of “Pooling Around” for your monthly fix of backyard-pool action, featuring Lance Mountain, Ben Raybourn, Willis Kimbel, Stu Graham, Mason Merlino, Chris Gregson, and many more.

Sync – Tony Hawk Doubles Video Part – 2014

YouTube Preview ImageTony Hawk has paired up with many of his talented friends over the last few years to create this video titled ‘Synch’ for your viewing pleasure.

While the majority of the synchronized “doubles” footage features Andy Macdonald at Tony’s ramp, there are numerous others featured including: Kevin Staab, Christian Hosoi, Steve Caballero, Neal Hendrix, Jesse Fritsch, Tom Schaar, PLG, Lincoln Ueda, Guy Mariano, Geoff Rowley, Chris Cole, Chris Haslam, Corbin Harris, Aaron “Jaws” Homoki, Daewon Song, Neil Blender, Ben Raybourn, Lance Mountain and Rodney Mullen. Sit back and enjoy. Cheers!

Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 with Lance Mountain

YouTube Preview ImageNike SB and Jordan Brand are soon to release the new Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Pack. In collaboration with Lance Mountain, the unique release brings new meaning to the concept of wear-and-tear on shoes.

According to Nike: “More literal with his designs, Mountain chose to emphasize how skaters of the era mismatched pairs in order to extend the life of their Jordans. To create uniformity they would then paint over each shoe. The two Lance Mountain Nike SB x AJIs recreate this aesthetic by mismatching both a black/red and black/royal colorway in one pair and then covering the colors, DIY-style, with black or white paint. As each pair is worn and the paint wears away to reveal the colors underneath, they will become unique to their wearer. Lastly, Mountain created a “Paint shoes not walls” graphic that emblazons his attitude on the insoles.”

The Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Pack designed by Lance Mountain will be available in limited quantities at select Nike SB retailers and online at Nike.com beginning June 7.

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