Mike Anderson

Krooked Summer 15 Catalog Drop 2 Released

YouTube Preview ImageThe newest Krooked drop has arrived…Flying burger gangs, new Pro One-Offs from Gonz, Drehobl, Cromer, Worrest, Anderson and the newest Guest Artist deck from Bay Area artist Zio Ziegler. Check out the new Zio Ziegler artist profile video and full Fall ’15 catalog right here.

Haoles in Hawaii : Busenitz, Gerwer, Anderson

YouTube Preview Image Dennis Busenitz and Frank Gerwer and Mike Anderson recently visited Hawaii and bagged some cool skate sessions and great times with many memories to last a lifetime.

Krooked Spring 2015


The newest release from Krooked takes it back to the Zeroks Machine for an all new pro series along with new pro one-offs from Cromer, Gonz and Worrest. Then Anderson, Worrest, Sebo & special guest Jake Johnson return to Korea for the ‘Selfie Sticks & Korea Tricks’ the remix.


Krooked’s “Selfie Sticks and Korean Tricks” Video

YouTube Preview Image Leave it to the Krooked crew to find some never before seen spots all the way out in Korea. selfie sticks and Korean tricks served up by Mike Anderson, Bobby Worrest, Sebo Walker, and special guest Jake Johnson.

New From Krooked

YouTube Preview Image Krooked’s newest drop is here with all new Dos Lunas Gonz Decks, pro one-offs from Drehobl, Worrest, Mike Anderson, A Pro Schmoo for Cromer, plus two new guest decks from Mat O’brien and Dune.

CONS Rust Belt Boon

“In the 60s and 70s, as America’s manufacturing and industrial complex came apart at its rusty fasteners, the Rust Belt was born—wide awake and never to sleep again—and for the last 50 years it’s slowly worn itself down to a corroded nub.”

Converse recruited Mike Anderson, Zered Bassett, Jake Johnson, Al Davis, and Aaron Herrington to film their latest video “Rust Belt Boon” far from any prefab skateparks or indoor “training facilities”.

While cities in America’s heartland like Detroit, Cleveland and Pittsburgh have plenty to offer a skater in their downtown areas in the form of rails, ledges and architecture, it’s the unique components of these particular cities that were most appealing..the wastelands.

Blown out buildings and vacant lots long forgotten my many are the perfect environments for creative and resourceful skateboarders. Adapt or die.

“Rust Belt Boon” appeared on the Berrics website earlier this month and an accompanying article in the February issue of The Skateboard Mag. Check out a gallery of images shot by Jon Coulthard.

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