I was saddened to hear about the passing of Matt Reason earlier this week. For those of you who don’t know, Matt Reason was an undeniably talented skater in the mid 90’s who—along with Ricky Oyola—changed the perception of East Coast skateboarding and coverage. For the SW replay, I chose Matt’s Pro Files part from 411VM issue 12. Take note of the spots. It’s raw street skating at it’s finest. I hope anybody who watches this becomes inspired to pick up their board and explore their surroundings! RIP Matt Reason.
Matt Miller has been shredding the wood and wheels for DC Shoes since 2008. The time has come to give him a signature pro model. We’re proud to announce that the new DC Matt Miller Shoes are now available at Skate warehouse! These bad boys are designed for optimized breathability and maximum support—two features not usually found in the same shoe. With a completely redesigned outsole exclusive to the Matt Miller, these kicks really stand apart from the rest. Read more to take a closer look.
This week’s Crispy New New is a lean, mean, green machine! Thomas from New Hampshire really knows how to pick ‘em. This is one sick setup! Killer choices from Habitat, Theeve, Gold, Mob, Dooks and Ándale will keep Thomas shredding for many days to come. Get stoked and pick up your Crispy New New at Skate Warehouse!
Just in time for Halloween antics, Altamont Apparel is re-releasing the iconic “Horror Movie Tees” designed by FOS back in 2008. Inspired by classic horror film genres, each of these Altamont x FOS Horror Movie Tees represent a different era of early influence for FOS. These epic tees are back in production and now is the time to snatch one up. We’re all dead meat… trick or treat!
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!