CJ Collins takes on Josh Borden in the first round of Mano A Mano 2019 at Woodward West. 16 of the best mini ramp skaters in the world were invited to Woodward West to compete in the third annual Mano A Mano: a single-elimination, bracketed Game of S.K.A.T.E. tournament. Follow the four weeks of head-to-head matchups starting December 3 and concluding on December 26 when we crown our champion.
Lurk NYC brings you Hotel Blue’s “Sirens” edit.
It’s not every day that you can see Bob Burnquist sailing around the classic SPoT vert ramp, but thanks to this clip, it could be.
Plain Janes have the soft smooth roll of a cruzer wheel with the compact size of a skatepark wheel.
The full Dial Tone crew is phoning it in for the all new Fall 19 project “Hotline”. Featuring Ben Gore, Kevin Liedtke, Jahmal Williams, Brian Powderly, Shane Farber, Zander Mitchell, Neil Herrick, Shawn MacMillan, Christian Maalouf, Alexis Sablone and introducing new Dial pro Jordan Trahan. Video by Josh Stewart.
Cookie’s Pro board release at Brooklyn Projects.
Even though Paris has a deep skateboarding history, it’s only quite recently that the French capital has become a must-visit city for any skater looking to collect footage or just have a good time. The rebuilding of Place de la République, the skate/fashion explosion and the will of the city to make more public spaces accessible to skateboarders have clearly all been factors in this Parisian skate renaissance. Guillaume Perimony takes us on a tour through the cosmopolitan skate life of the resurgent French capital in his short film Greetings from Paris.
Dave Bachinsky takes on Tom Schaar in the first round of Mano A Mano 2019 at Woodward West. 16 of the best mini ramp skaters in the world were invited to Woodward West to compete in the third annual Mano A Mano: a single-elimination, bracketed Game of S.K.A.T.E. tournament. Follow the four weeks of head-to-head matchups starting December 3 and concluding on December 26 when we crown our champion.
The Andale Bearings Team rounds up their volume 4 edit! Featuring skateboarding by: Paul Rodriguez, Joey Brezinski, Torey Pudwill, Tiago Lemos, Sewa Kroetkov, John Di Larenzo, Santana Saldana, Daniel Espinoza, Trent Mcclung, Trent Mcclung, Carlos Ribeiro, Roman Lisiuka, Carter Oeflein, Will Gomez, Lucas Puig, Daewon Song, Aurelie Giraud, Nick Tucker, Yuto Horigome, and Shmatty Chaffin.
Cookie is Pro! Get to know the process of Cookie first Pro model and pick up a deck HERE.
Whether he’s skating ledges, playing the piano or chilling in the pool on his “Crucifloat,” Stefan Janoski follows the same effortless approach. Skate photographer, filmmaker and artist, Thomas Campbell, brings that creative spirit front and center in his short documentary, “Everyone Hates Poetry,” highlighting Stefan’s sculpture, songwriting, painting and beyond.
Nike caught up with Thomas recently about meeting Stefan almost 20 years ago in the garage of a punk house in San Diego, the permanence of bronze and why failure is important to both art and skating. Read the full article HERE.
Skateboarding legend Eric Koston has been a sneaker head since first visiting Japan at age 19. As a teenage skateboarder, finding affordable footwear that worked for street skateboarding was not as easy as it is today. Before the dawn of signature skate shoes, Koston and friends would search for new, old stock of Nikes to skate in. In hindsight, Koston now realizes that those teenage searches for Nikes influenced his rise through skateboarding.