All smiles here. Friends from all over came together to surprise Chandler Burton with his PRO board for THERE Skateboards. Congrats Chandler!
It’s friends, fam, frosting, and frontside feebles (amongst other tricks) til the sun goes down as There Skateboards give Chandler his first professional skate deck.
Join Krux in welcoming Orlando’s own Aaronn Depaulis to the Krux Squad!
Three riders. Three different perspectives. Through the Hearts is a look at Copenhagen Open through the eyes of Ville Wester, Lea Shairer, and Paul Rodriguez.
Combining big rails with a healthy dose of ledge tech all over the Portland area, Alex Lobasyuk handles the newest Know Future video.
OC Ramps welcomes Mark Appleyard to the team!
Originally from the East Coast, Julian is currently living in Long Beach, CA – a place with lots of friends to meet up with and skate. It’s obvious he’s been taking full advantage of the great West Coast weather and filming non-stop. Julian had the opening part in Foundation’s Star & Moon, and followed that up with the heavy closing part in the latest Foundation Splendor video. Etnies proudly welcomes Julian Lewis to the team!
OJ Wheels welcomes Dan Lu to the team!
It’s official, Kyonosuke Yamashita is on Lakai. Kyo has been skating flow for Lakai in Japan since he was a little kid. In 2018 they took a trip to Tokyo, and at the age of 13 he skated a demo. Fast forward 4 years, and they are stoked to officially welcome him to the family. Keep your eyes peeled for lots more to come from young Kyonosuke.
Haven’t heard about Raphae Ueda? Well, you’re about to. Raphae is the latest addition to the 2022 Monster Energy Skate Roster. The 15-year-old skater is known for his natural born talent. It might be genetic, since his dad, Lincoln Ueda, was a professional vert skater in the 90’s – 2000’s, and Raphae’s biggest role model. Raphae’s using his talent strategically by taking his time on training and getting his tricks right, studying and watching his competitors, and keeping his eyes on the prize: his future.
SK8Mafia drops Alex Willms pro part!
Krux newest member of the team is Monterey’s own young legend Nikk Hickland.