Welcome to Big Sky country, where the frontside ollies are higher and the kinked rails take you straight into a freshwater lake. Jake Wooten hit the road over the past year with Bobby Bils and Ira Ingram behind the lens for what Jake describes as his third legit video part. So roll down the windows and press play for a breath of fresh air with the all-terrain animal that is Jake Wooten.
This week Dave Bachinsky shares his story about growing up in the skate scene in Massachusetts. Check in to hear about the role skateparks have had in his life and how they bring communities together.
Watch the video on demand of the 2022 Dew Tour women’s park final from Des Moines, Iowa at Lauridsen Skatepark. The field of eight women includes Lizzie Armanto, Sky Brown, Sakura Yosozumi, Cocona Hiraki, Mami Tezuka, Bryce Wettstein, Jordyn Barratt, and Kisa Nakamura.
Watch the video on demand replay of the men’s adaptive park final presented by Toyota. The final featured athletes Joey Murillo, Steven Breeding, Oscar Loreto JR, Justin Bishop, Brandon White, Vinicios Sardi, and Felipe Nunes.
Watch the on demand replay of the men’s park final from 2022 summer Dew Tour in Des Moines, Iowa at Lauridsen Skatepark. The 12 field final features Collin Graham, Zach Miller, Alex Sorgente, Heimana Reynolds, Tristan Rennie, Tate Carew, Liam pace, Luiz Francisco, Kieran Woolley, Cory Juneau, Gavin Bottger, and Keegan Palmer.
Watch the on demand replay of the men’s street final from 2022 Dew Tour in Des Moines, Iowa at Lauridsen Skatepark. The 12 men finalist include Jamie Foy, Shane O’Neill, Felipe Gustavo, Jake Ilardi, Sean Malto, Carlos Ribeiro, Chris Joslin, Dashawn Jordan, Vincent Milou, Kelvin Hoefler, Yuto Horigome, and Gustavo Ribeiro.
Watch the women’s street final from 2022 summer Dew Tour in Des Moines, Iowa at Lauridsen Skatepark. The field of eight finalist include Georgia Martin, Funa nakayama, Aori Nishimura, Chloe Covell, Mariah Duran, Momiji Nishiya, Rayssa Leal, and Pamela Rosa.
Loud, proud, colorful, and full of energy, respectfully. That’s froSkate, a Women and POC–centered skate crew based in Chicago founded by Karlie Thornton in 2019. In just three years froSkate’s not only grown exponentially but become a global example of empowerment in skateboarding through inclusion, positivity, and being unabashedly real.
For their first collaboration with Nike SB, froSkate designed a Nike Dunk Pro High SB that reflects their diversity, style, heritage, and personality, using every inch of the classic silhouette as a platform for their mission statement and swag.
In episode 2 of the Monster Euro Tour, the squad continues to leave a trail of destruction behind them as they wrap up the German leg with a wild session in Munich, followed by a scorching hot stopover in Athens, Greece and finally ending up in Warsaw, Poland hitting up a crazy DIY. Featuring Aurelien Giraud, Gabriel Fortunato, Kieren Wooley, Trey Wood, Giovanni Vianna, Jorge Simoes, Dlamini Dlamini, Justin Sommer, Charles Munro, Marek Zaprazny, Rune Glifberg, Panos Loupis & the locals who were absolutely killing it.
Jake Wooten discusses growing up in Tennessee, his home life as young kid, how his uncle influenced his life, breaking his leg at 8 years old, meeting Mike Vallely at Woodward & getting on Elephant Skateboards, Elephant ending and moving on to NHS, officially getting on Santa Cruz Skateboards & turning pro, his new part “Big Sky” part and much more!
The Vans Showdown returns to Huntington Beach as a contest where culture overrides competition. This inclusive contest will feature all of the most relevant street skaters from around the world. Vans Showdown celebrates skate culture by bringing together the world’s most exciting and stylish skaters alongside brand partners Palace, Hockey, Alltimers, Spitfire, Quasi and friends.
Thursday night at 2022 Dew Tour Des Moines served as a prequel for the weekend’s main event with an impromptu cash jam on the park course. The session rolled in an order jam between men and women skateboarders who wanted to take their chance at snagging some cash. Here are all the moves that went down in the park course from the cash jam featuring Tate Carew, Gavin Bottger, Jordyn Barratt, Sakura Yosozumi, Sky Brown, Kieran Woolley, Heimana Reynolds, Alex Sorgente, Luiz Francisco, Tristan Rennie, and Liam Pace.