A look behind one of the most iconic grinds in skateboarding, performed by one of the most charismatic characters in skate history, Dave Hackett.
Skateboarding is freedom. In 1989 when George Powell, the owner of Powell Peralta Skateboards, flew to Beijing China was transforming from a closed market Communist society to an open global super power. George had one goal: to bring skateboarding to the biggest country in the world. The only problem: there were no skaters or skateboards anywhere in China.
Natas Kaupas was one of the skaters who led the charge in the mid 80’s away from the backyard ramps to the streets. We wanted to take a moment to insure no one ever forgets how radical and influential NATAS was.
Burritos are good. Drugs are bad. If you are doing drugs, please get help. Legend Jeff Grosso looks back on one wild day back in 1997 when he did some drugs and ended up with a burrito in his butt. Look, it’s a long story. Don’t judge. Just watch the damn video.
Grosso’s not going off? That’s what he thinks. The editors have hours and hours of footage of Jeff speaking his mind and have edited some of their favorite outtakes together into one incoherent episode. Enjoy. Loveletters Season 10 returns in April, 2019.
AntiHero Skateboards’ Julien Stranger is an enigma wrapped in a riddle—he also rips. Grosso takes 60 seconds to remind everyone how rad Julien is.
Grosso talks about airs and the people who do airs and all the different kinds of airs. This is a loveletter to getting into the air.
We may not remember our moms birthday or the anniversary but all remember our ﬁrst boards- The graphics burned into our brains forever. Grosso sits down with Sean Cliver and others to talk about the world of BOARD GRAPHICS.
The switch master. Jeff Grosso shows love to Pizzanista’s Salman Agah and his early 90’s Vans shoe.
Grosso sits down with Tony Hawk for a conversation that spans their almost 40 years of skateboarding and friendship.
Caller, you’re live! We literally phoned this one in. Our first ever phone-in episode is dedicated to Texas. Gibson, Johnson, Wilkes and Newton… Grosso calls in the classics to discuss one of the best scenes ever.
Building a scene takes time and lots of work. For over 40 years the skaters in Atlanta have worked together to build one of the best scenes anywhere in the world. Grosso and the Love Letters crew took a trip to ATL to check out the scene.