Strolling down memory lane simultaneously in two different generations can be confusing, to say the least. Chris Cole and Tom Asta navigate their way through fond memories, flat bars, and piles of dog shit in this installment of Mail-Order Memories.
Tom Asta’s ledge game is something most humans can not comprehend. When you combine this wizardry with The Original Everslick… mind melting ensues. Grab a tall glass of water and gaze upon ledge trick glory.
Tom Asta swung by the warehouse to pick up the essentials but also… managed to snag some non traditional North American maple to set up. You would think switch flip back tails and kickflip front crooks would be much harder on a 9.4in wide board. Apparently that is not the case. After all the product pillaging and ledge abuse wrapped up, Tom and Josh Borden judged a jump ramp contest for the good people of the NHS, Inc.
Tom Asta’s full part from the newest Santa Cruz video “Right To Exist”.
Tom Asta and Dylan Williams game of SKATE at Kernside from the newest Santa Cruz video “Right To Exist”.
Tom Asta puts the pre-issue to the test and sees how many flips trick he can handle on it. Let’s just say the bigger board does not seem like an issue for his flatground game.
Ever dream about a night session with pros in a skateboard warehouse? See what happens when Tom Asta, Josh Borden and Emmanuel Guzman are joined by a special guest.
Featuring Erick Winkowski, Tom Remillard, Eric Dressen, Kevin Braun, Jereme Knibbs, Tom Asta, Justin Sommer, Kieran Menzies, Jelle Maatman, Helena Long, Dennis Van Der Klugt and Erik Müller.
Check the NEW éS SWIFT 1.5 edit featuring Ronnie Creager and Tom Asta skating the West LA Courthouse in Santa Monica, California.
Es Footwear sent their team of shredders to Woodward Pennsylvania for a week. Campers were super stoked to hang out with Tom Asta, Wade Desarmo, and Shane Colville. These dudes are always ready to put in some work and make it an awesome week for every skate camper.
In this new episode of Setups, we hear from Tom Asta. Skating for Santa Cruz in this year’s TransWorld SKATEboarding team challenge and pro competition Tom was able to adapt his skills to the tech, rails and gaps course. To put it simply Tom can flip in, out and over almost anything. Of course, these flawless feats wouldn’t be possible without the help of his skateboard gear. Find out how Tom meshes together old skateboard technology while trying out different board shapes and preferences in the video above.
Tom Asta puts a hurtin’ on this ledge with his new Pro Ricta X Santa Cruz SLIX.