You kids out there may not know the name but Richard Novak (and his partners Jay Shuirman and Doug Haut) literally created the skate industry that we know and love today. If it wasn’t for these guys pouring their blood, sweat and tears into the early days of 1970s-80s skateboarding—you might be holding a scooter right now. Inside of Rich’s brain is 40+ years of skateboarding’s entire history—take a peak behind the curtain and watch the interview!
In the latest of new releases for the highly coveted Nike SB Dunk we have the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro Dark Magnet Grey/White/Red. With a bold look and inspiration from fantasy, these shoes are definitely not in Kansas anymore. The shoe starts off in traditional Dunk fashion, with a clear outsole and black midsole, but it only gets more fantastic from there.
Waxing a ledge is pretty basic, but in case you haven’t done it before, we’re here to help. Waxing reduces the friction between your board and the ledge, helping you do your trick on sticky obstacles. Check out our step-by-step instructions on how to wax a ledge then peep the video where Adam breaks it down. Once you’re finished with all that, pick up some wax and find your first victim!
For being one of the gnarliest dudes to step on a skateboard, Dave Bachinsky has flown under the radar. Dave combines tech street skating while murdering tranny, adding in a high dose of speed! Dave Bachinsky’s Welcome to Darkstar part lives up to all of its expectations. Congrats Dave you killed it! After you watch the video, check out our recent Dave Bachinsky interview.
At long last, our beautiful home town of San Luis Obispo has opened up a new skatepark! Though we loved the old SLO skatepark, it was in serious need of replacement. After years of fundraising, public forums and city council meetings, the park is finally complete and open for business. What better way to celebrate such a momentous feat than with a huge grand opening?
Take a visual trip throught the new Tavik Apparel Spring 15 drop. Wovens, tees and shorts make this proper kit a keeper, on or off the board.