BEAGLE Tapes: Episode 57 – Justin “Figgy” Figueroa and Andrew Reynolds

The USS Bullhead Memorial park in Albuquerque, New Mexico pays homage to the USS Bullhead submarine. It was the last US Navy ship sunk by enemy action. It met its fate on the same day that the Enola Gay dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, August 6, 1945. On the road to SXSW, the Altamont team makes a pitstop at this particular monument. Justin “Figgy” Figueroa wastes no time and gets Norrin Radd on the rail. After a few grinds and a 5-0, there is an internal discussion that 5-0 grind had already been performed on this particular rail by a specific local. Without hesitation, Figgy gets back up there and sinks a 5-0 180 out.

Continuing east towards Austin, TX, the team pulls over in a small town called Lubbock, the birthplace of Buddy Holly. Garret Hill finds a crusty kinked hubba and decides to test his luck. After a few attempts he sticks on the kink and comes down harder than the Beechcraft Bonanza on the Day The Music Died.

To lighten up the mood, the gang heads over to some brick quarter pipes. Shane Heyl and Figgy are feeling the presence of a Rock N’ Roll legend and conspired a new song while Justin Regan gets some big air, dog. Circa 2009 – BEAGLE

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Ryan Lay is known for his unique style, global travel and community work with his non-profit Skate After School. He wanted to create some pieces that could easily stuff into a travel bag, and take you from skating in streets straight into a meeting. For this season Lay wanted to focus on building a looser pant for him and his fellow teammate Jason Salillas, who skate with a knee brace and were looking for something with a little more clearance. We worked closely with Lay to create an updated version of a loose-fit pleated chino, while adding some signature details. The’Altamont X Lay Pant’ is our widest fit and includes custom art by Lay’s good friend Michael Worful, embroidered on the back top right and screen-printed on the inside pocket – these pants are the perfect blend of formal and comfort!

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The devil is in the details… 😈 // This is how we have long thought about Altamont. For 2019 we’re bringing back the details w/ legacy branded shanks, waistband loops, color coded trim details by fit, hidden embroidery details, custom military buttons, and iconic text by brand master FOS, Altamont’s OG Creative Director.

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“I’m really stoked to be doing a collab with my brand Heroin and Altamont, but to be honest they never had a choice in the matter. Those dumb asses fired me in 2015 and I still have the keys to their building, so one night I snuck in and the ’20 Years of Heroin X Altamont Collection’ into their line and deleted a bunch of other crap that they scheduled. So that’s how it happened!” – FOS

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Alex is an artist and skater from Colorado living and working in Echo Park. Since moving to Los Angeles he has focused on the gutters and alleys surrounding his studio, collecting trash that represents the American consumer culture. ‘Trash Portraits’ pays tribute to classic portrait painting and the commercially identifiable elements of pop art.

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