Another summer has come and gone. The days are getting shorter. The winds are getting crisper. Leaves are doing the downward dance. But that doesn’t mean you have to get all emo on us. Let Matix show you how to keep the spirit of summer alive. Get the homies together, grab a 30 pack, grill up some bomb carne asada and go skate!
Our Series Spotlight this week is the latest set from Girl Skateboards. The Girl Lettus Bee Decks are illustrated by the one-and-only Andy Jenkins a.k.a. “Mel Bend”. Lettus Bee is a character from a skate comic entitled “Wrench Pilot” published in TransWorld Skateboarding from 1989 to 1991. Classic and clean, these decks make for great collector’s items. With the great shapes and wood from Crailtap these boards will fill all of your shredding needs as well. Check out the Girl Lettus Bee Decks and all of our most recent Series Spotlights at Skate Warehouse!
Jim Greco has been dropping hammers for almost 20 years. From Birdhouse to Zero to Baker to Deathwish, Greco has managed to one-up himself in every part he’s put out, time and time again. Now in the year of the pro-turned-entrepreneur, he’s rising to a new challenge with his own company startup. Greco is dropping a new skate brand on the firing pin and you’re damn right it’s called Hammers.
When Jeremy Leabres surprised us all in the beginning of Emerica‘s MADE Chapter 1 video last year, everyone caught a glimpse of greatness. One year later, with a Thrasher Magazine cover under his belt, this explosive Emerica am and Toy Machine Bloodsucker has all of that criteria going for him and more. Toy Machine Skateboards and Thrasher Magazine present: The Re-Education Of Jeremy Leabres. Enjoy the video and please try to keep your jaw off the floor. Now shut up bungholes and prepare yourselves!
From Underworld Element’s Lil’ Stevie all the way to Asphalt Yacht Club‘s head honcho, the original Dirty Ghetto Kid has been stacking street cred for over two decades. We recently had the chance to take your questions directly from Instagram and put them to the man himself. Check out the Stevie Williams Interview and watch for your ‘gram handle! If you see your question give us a shout out in the comments.
Fresh, crispy and ready to roll, this week’s Crispy New New comes via Mary from Louisiana. Nothing beats the stoke of a new complete. With a stellar combo of a Toy Machine deck, Theeve Trucks and Autobahn Wheels all laced up with Dooks risers and our very own SW gear, this killer complete is ready for some thrashin’. Itching for a freshy? Pick up your next Crispy New New at Skate Warehouse.