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Real Surveillance #03: ATL

YouTube Preview Image Featuring Jake, Robbie, Ramondetta and Jafin. The reasons why are always pretty simple… “Let’s stay at Justin’s in ATL.” No need to overthink it. It’s skateboarding and if the crew is down, the plans are a go.

Best of Busenitz: 3 Up & 3rd

YouTube Preview ImageReal Skateboards just released a Best of Busenitz: 3 Up & 3rd edit. Sit back and watch him destroy two of his favorite SF spots over the years clip by clip.

New REAL Fall Drop 2 Release & Jack Olson’s thnku Part

YouTube Preview ImageRobbie Brockel and the crew kick off the newest REAL Fall Drop 2 release with photos from their recent ATL trip. Plus, Jack Olson has a new full part from his homie’s video thnku from Minnesota by Chris Burt. Check out Jack’s part and get the full thnku DVD here.

REAL Skateboards: Surveillance #02 – Kyle Walker

YouTube Preview ImageReal Skateboards has released a new Surveillance video with Kyle Walker along with several clips of his team mates. Insanity.

Real Skateboards X Mister Tucks

YouTube Preview ImageRewriting how far back skating goes is a concept we as die hard skateboarders definitely can get behind. From his studio in Singapore, Mister Tucks rewrites skating’s history for a new collaboration with Real Skateboards featuring Dennis Busenitz & Ishod Wair Pro Decks and Temple of Skate Apparel. Getting the chance to work with him on these two boards and tee was nothing short of awesome for the Real crew and they hope you enjoy them and that they open Mister Tuck’s work up to the audience he deserves.
Embossed wave patterns only on the nose and tail, full color screen on top, and a poster with each.
Dennis Busenitz – 8.25 X 32 and 7.9 X 31.25
Ishod Wair – 8.38 FULL X 32.43 and 8.125 X 32

Roll For Rob This Sunday

Roll For Rob 2016The 3rd Annual Roll For Rob benefit event takes place in Providence, RI this Sunday, July 24th. Come out and skate with Real Skateboards’ team riders Peter Ramondetta, Jake Donnelly, Zion Wright and many more to help support Rob Pontes, a fellow skater and his family through his ongoing treatment for ALS.