In September 2019, Didrik “Deedz” Galasso linked up with the New York homies to hit the streets, skate some legendary spots, and catch a couple waves.
What is furry, green, and has the storage to keep your car keys safe when you’re jamming at a concert? The Grateful Dead Nike SB Dunk Low! Contrary to popular belief, no matter how epic the dunk, at the end of the day it is a skate shoe, and that is exactly what Matt did in the Grateful Dead Nike SB Dunk Low 100 Kickflip challenge!
Elissa Steamer and Simon Jensen shred the Dead’s hometown of SF; Pedro Attenborough, Pierre Leze and Jose “Sixas” Vivero keep on truckin’ in Barcelona; and Ryuhei Kitazume tunes in from Tokyo to the tune of the Dead’s “Cumberland Blues” 2/21/71 from Workingman’s Dead 50th Anniversary Edition. Listen HERE.
The Orange colorway of the Grateful Dead Dunk is available July 18th @ FTC San Francisco. The Yellow will hit July 24th on SNKRS and select skateshops, with the Green hitting select skateshops the same day.
Although at first glance you might think Mason Silva is all business, he’s developed a reputation for his quiet intensity and almost-obsessive precision. For the drop of his new part, “Mason,” Nike talked to fellow teammates, tourmates, friends and family about what makes Mason tick and why good waves are pretty much the only thing that will get him out of bed early in the morning.
Despite the fact that it gets below freezing for months out of the year, Moscow has been quietly building a scene for mind-blowing skateboarders for quite some time now. Wasted Talent visited the hard-charging, fearless Kate Shengeliya on her home turf, cruised the streets of Russia’s capital city, checked out her favorite spots, and talked about why she’s more afraid of “unfinished business” than she is of a little pain.
Growing up, UK-based Rianne Evans forged her own path as a young female skater in her native Bristol. Linking up with Josie Millard when she moved to Brighton, Rianne found support to drive her skateboarding to new heights.
Now, fresh off the all-female Aphrodite tour with fellow SB skaters Sarah Meurle, Cata Diaz and Agata Halikoswka, Rianne is bringing her infectious, positive energy back to the next generation of female skaters. In this episode of Not Here By Luck, Wasted Talent and Rianne cruise around Brighton, link up with Josie and get lost on the tube.
Earlier this year, when we were all still able to roam around freely, some of the Nike SB team met in Tampa then on to Miami for a quick trip. Sarah Meurle, Cata Diaz, Victoria Ruesga, Savannah Headden, and Gabi Mazetto hopped in the van to hit road, explore the streets, and stack clips.
Originally founded in Ontario, Canada as a skatepark in 1997, Blue Tile Lounge later reopened in Toronto’s Little Portugal neighborhood as the full-service skate shop that stands today.
The Blazer Mid by Isle is available exclusively in skate shops Saturday, April 4. Hit up your local shop for webstore launch details or curb-side pickup where available. Find a store near you HERE.
Music, art, skating. Leo Baker’s creative mind refuses to be defined. Melodies mingle with the sound of urethane wheels on concrete, echoing down hallways and through time.
Beyond being one of the best to drop a hand on the coping, Lance Mountain has one of the biggest personalities in skateboarding. In Inverted With Lance, we get him together with up-and-comers and fellow legends to cruise around, visit local shops and favorite spots. In this episode, Lance meets up with one of the best of the new breed, the ever-stylish Donovon Piscopo. Watch as they skate old stomping grounds, talk SoCal park history and see if Donny can pull off an invert of his own.
Robert Neal, Theotis Beasley, Ishod Wair and Kyle Wilson in H-Town for the SB Dunk Low by Travis Scott.