Baker and Deathwish came to visit us at Skate Warehouse. They held a signing for the fans, hung out and headed to the park for some shredding. The Baker Deathwish demo was heavy, nothing in that park was left untouched. I can’t even explain how hard those dudes killed it. Who am I kidding? Quit reading this and check the edit out for yourself! Enjoy.
Holy Guacamole Batman, what do we do now? The DC Comics and Almost Skateboards Villains have escaped and are taking over Skate Warehouse. POW! BANG! SPLAT! Almost and DC Comics have released the second run of their Batman villain decks, and they did not disappoint. Give us a hand and catch your favorite Batman villain today.
60+ pros gathered in Skate Park of Tampa’s humid sweat box to charge the street course for another year of Tampa Pro 2015. The weekend was filled with tons of damn-good shredding, but the prominent 60 second run clung to Luan Olivera. His extended superhuman run got him $20 grand in his pocket and a straight shot to the 2015 SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championships on October 4th in Chicago. Coming in at a close second place was Nyjah Huston, followed by Kelvin Hoefler.
Bronze 56k is the hidden gem of the skateboard industry. Don’t know what I’m talking about? Play this video front to back and Bronze 56k Hardware will be the only thing you’ll riding.
Girl Skateboards teamed up with the heavily influential Sean Cliver, who’s been floating around the skate industry since 1989, designing graphics for companies like Powell, World Industries, Blind, Birdhouse and Girl. This time around Cliver brings us an unassuming and original gang of Hall of Fame musicians. Sean Cliver and Girl Skateboards choice of decorated skeletons consists of the following celebrities: John Lennon, David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Merle Haggard, Rick James, Eddie Van Halen and Nikki Sixx.