Baker Deathwish Demo – Video

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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.

Baker Deathwish Demo At SLO Skatepark

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Baker Deathwish Demo HomeBaker and Deathwish are two of the most powerful companies in skateboarding. The influence they’ve brought has always been 100% skateboarding, simple as that. So when they hit us up to do a signing and demo, we knew it’d be huge. All the Baker Boys came out, from Andrew Reynolds to Taylor Kirby.

Crispy New New | Darrell’s Complete Skateboard

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Crispy New New Darrell SkateboardGet there while you can, B! Darrell from Texas sure knows how to pick ’em. For this week’s Crispy we’ve got a classic Baker deck, Independent Trucks, Spitfire Wheels and Bones Bearings. As for the icing on the cake, Darrell topped this puppy off with some Shake Junt bolts and Mob Grip. We definitely got hyped on this sick setup, and we’re sure Darrell will too. All laced up and ready to shred, welcome to this week’s Crispy New New!

Nixon Andrew Reynolds Collection

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Nixon Reynolds Rover II WatchYou couldn’t combine two better aesthetics, than those of Andrew Reynolds and Nixon. At least that’s how we feel. The Nixon Andrew Reynolds Collection only proves our feeling. Like Reynolds, the line is simple yet powerful. Clearly representative of his perfectionist style. Read More for the full Nixon Reynolds collection and head to Skate Warehouse to get your picks. This collection is as timeless as his frontside flip.

Altamont x Andrew Reynolds Polaroid Tees

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Andrew Reynolds Polaroid Tees HomeThink of Andrew Reynolds. Think of all the history. Think of all the legendary shit that’s gone down around him. The skaters, the road trips, the videos—the tricks! How rad would it be to have taken polaroids of it all? Well, it turns out The Boss kept a camera by his side this entire time. Andrew Reynolds has been sitting on an archive of thousands of polaroid and 35mm photos—mostly taken by Reynolds himself—inadvertently documenting over 20 years of legendary skate life and times. Now you can take home a small piece of this historic archive with the Altamont x Andrew Reynolds Polaroid Tees.