In this Setups video, we hear from USA Skateboarding national team member Dashawn Jordan. As the latest addition to the Toy Machine roster, Dashawn breaks down the size, shape, and specs of his new team board, truck size and bushing tuning preference, wheel sizes, and bearings. He even gave us a closer look at a new Nike SB Dunk shoe that has yet to be released.
Growing up on the North Shore of O’ahu, Jordyn Barratt was naturally drawn to surfing, but the passion just wasn’t there for her. Instead, she found her passion in skateboarding. Drawing inspiration from ‘80’s skate style, and the skaters who lived it, Jordyn watched those old videos until the VHS was worn out. Now, she often finds herself recreating the tricks from those same during her competition runs. Lately, as a part of Team USA, she’s training harder than ever but still keeping her focus on the most important aspect of skating: having fun.
Currently, the only member of the USA Skateboarding Olympic National Team who is a double threat in both park and street skateboarding is Jagger Eaton. Initially setting his focus on competitive park skateboarding at a young age, Jagger gradually made his way onto the street course and eventually won the coveted Tampa Pro competition in 2018. Get the full scoop on Jagger’s skateboard setup as he goes into detail on his street board size, trucks, and wheels, along with the different sizes he switches it up to when skating park.
It’s been a few years since we last heard from Cory Juneau to get the details on his skateboard setup. By no means polished and perfected, Cory continually refines his gear selections as time passes and new products come and go. Get the latest update on Cory’s skateboard truck size, wheels, bearings, and new board sponsor in his Setups video above.
During a TikTok Unboxed video shoot with skateboarder Maurio McCoy, DEW met up at his favorite skate shop Kingswell in Los Feliz, Los Angeles. Before the day got underway, Maurio stepped behind the skate counter and laced up a fresh board for the session. Maurio explains his skateboard size, shape, and all the technical details of his gear.
In Dew Tour’s latest Setups video, we hear from Stereo Skateboards’ newest rider, Bryce Wettstein. Sticking true to her creative roots, Bryce gives each of her skateboards custom artwork for a touch of added personality. Although her deck’s look varies from board to board, Bryce’s specs, trucks, and wheel size stay consistent with some added touches. Get the full details on Bryce’s custom skateboard in her latest Setups video above.
DEW skateboarder Sean Malto returns to the spot of one of his most legendary tricks, landing him his first and only magazine cover trick in Kansas City.
Pro skateboarder Sean Malto and friends get familiar with one of the film industry’s most advanced camera rigs, working together to capture Sean’s big trick on a 15-stair rail.
DEW skateboarders Sean Malto and Curren Caples tour the KC Barnside compound and find new ways to get creative in its one-of-a-kind indoor bowl.
Pro skateboarder Sean Malto hits the streets, revisiting spots he grew up skating in Kansas City along with Curren Caples and a crew of local friends.
Watch as DEW skateboarder Sean Malto works with a local build crew to give back to his hometown community by constructing a new skate feature at a legendary DIY park.
After watching pro skateboarder Maurio McCoy’s initial reaction to a surprise truck delivery from Dew Tour and TikTok, his crew starts lining up features outside of Kingswell skate shop and the session gets under way. Maurio and friends Nick Hanson, Anderson Lemus, Dayana Young, Patrick Melcher, and more get to work skating the one-of-a-kind features built by Blunt Steel and California Ramp Works outside the shop, attracting a whole crowd of skaters. The crew rounds things out by taking some of the features to a well-known LA skate spot to get some final tricks before packing up the truck and shutting down the day.