SC squad takes over Woodward West in this edit by Joe Perrin.
Joe Perrin’s pole jam edit of the Santa Cruz Skateboards crew’s pole jam session at Woodward.
Watch Jake Wooten get weird at the Watsonville skatepark. Jake, we like how you roll…
Back in May the Santa Cruz squad went to Damn AM at ETN in LA. It was the first time they opened their doors to the public for a skate event and it was one of the best Damn Am’s to date. The whole crew ripped and our dude Maurio McCoy took home the win. Check the video to see everyone ripping and to see Maurio McCoy’s winning run. Ps. Don’t worry Mateo, one of these days you’ll learn how to grip a skateboard 😂😂😂
“I wouldn’t have been able to do this without the Everslick” – Kevin Braun
Introducing the MAID OF MARS! Ink is mixed with genuine pulverized Martian Shergottite meteorite dust!!! Only 250 boards with real Martian ink in the universe! One of 9 variants inside each #MarsAttacksSantaCruz blind bag! Boards will be available worldwide May 25th!
The invasion has begun and the #MarsAttacksSantaCruz bling bag variant boards will be infiltrating shops near you on May 25th! With great terror and excitement we are pleased to release our newest collab! Each blind bag contains one randomly assorted variant skateboard featuring mash ups of classic Santa Cruz graphics with Martians from the classic Topps trading card series. All boards come in 8.25 x 31.8 on a medium concave.
What you have been waiting for… see what kind of gear Erick piles on his cart when he comes through to Santa Cruz’s warehouse.
Erick talks about his first time at the Santa Cruz warehouse and the supplies needed to get from Seattle all the way down to Mexico….
After Tampa Pro Asta, Eman, Dressen, Tom Remillard, Josh Borden, Blake Johnson, Dylan Williams, Jake Wooten and Jereme Knibbs hit the road for some demos and signings around Florida. They made a few friends along the way… check out the cruz through the sunshine state!
SC Flow rider Brain O’Dwyer is a beast from the East. Here is his part from a homie vid called – Analogue.
Have you ever really taken a look at the Street Creep graphic? Its insane! Listen to Jim Phillips, legendary Santa Cruz artist break down how the graphic came to be, how long it took and where the inspiration came from.