For anyone who wasn't able to make it to Sk8 Skates yesterday for the signing with Zero and Fallen's Jamie Thomas, the shop has got one or two recap pics on its Facebook page. Peep the photos here and like the shop on FB for upcomming events in the Winniped area.
There is no denying Diamond Supply Co. always stays true to its skate roots. Giving back to the community, Diamond has opened up its first plaza in LA. Check out the park and get some insight as to how the project came about from Nick Tershay and Jeron Wilson here.
Years ago, Flip Skateboards added some really young rippers to their team with Louie Lopez and Curren Caples to plant the seeds for tomorrow’s Flip team. Well, tomorrow is now, and the boys are all grown up. Along with Alec Majerus, who just recently joined Louie and Curren in the pro ranks, the trio filmed together for Flip’s latest video offering simply titled 3. Directed and filmed by Arto Saari with the help of Josh Zucker and others over only a few months, this video is just a glimpse into how these three newest pros on the Flip roster can carry the torch for the second generation of Flip.
Whether a make or a slam, this unreal Raney transfer was going to be one for the ages regardless. Here's another look at a truly epic attempt.
Fleeing the heat and humidity of the equatorial zone, TJ Rogers, Ryan Decenzo, Madars Apse and Barney Page met up with local ripper Farris Rahman in his hometown of Singapore to take him on an international spot-hunt through Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Chiang Mai – Away from the Equator!