Eric Koston’s second shoe from Nike Skateboarding, the Nike Koston 2 Shoes are almost in stock, and they’re not going to disappoint. The Koston 2 offers complete control. Similar to the Koston 1 but with some slight variations.
New contoured shape adds more support and a more conforming fit
Re-engineered outsole with improved flex and stability
Mesh rear exhaust and perforated side panels keep you cool with added interior airflow
Supporting the locals and trying to keep skateboarding real, that’s the Skate Warehouse way. We do what we can, with what we’ve got, and a lot of it depends on you guys. Skate Warehouse mentioned a few posts ago that we’ve started carrying a new brand, Brew Swet Skateboards, which comes straight out of Central California San Luis Obispo, as does Skate Warehouse. We’re always happy to kick it on the local and these guys shred. They’re releasing their premier full-length video one part at a time. Check’em here and get your Brew Swet T-Shirt at Skate Warehouse today! Head over to the Brew Swet Facebook page and give them some Like love.
Another one for the long list of RVCA ANP posts. The RVCA Samurai Vintage Dye T-Shirt at Skate Warehouse is in store and online. This t-shirt rocks the patterns of another truly gifted artist kicking it with the RVCA Artist Network Program. George Thompson has been making art a while now, and a lot of it is real dope. Watch a couple videos, check a couple pics, and head to SW to shop for more RVCA.
Grab the t-shirt by clicking the pic or heading right, HERE.
Skate Warehouse is stoked as usual on new decks from Black Label featuring the graphic artwork of a skateboard legend, Neil Blender. Blender has been around since the beginning, gaining credit over the years as the inventor of the gay twist, Donner Party, and others. We’ve got a few photos of the guy and his work, plus the new Black Label Blender Decks at Skate Warehouse. Check out the epic video of Blender below.
Blender and Mountain at a 2011 Vans Art Show
Click the photos below to see more about the Black Label Blender Decks.
From sock puppets to Creature, from Consolidated to “Send Help”, Todd Bratrud does what he does like a bad ass. The newest book to hit the pages of Skate Warehouse is the super awesome I Hate the Art of Todd Bratrud where Bratrud’s work is laid out in a quick and painless publication.
Today he is the owner of High Five Skateboards, but Bratrud started out as the art director for Consolidated Skateboards back in 1999. Since then and throughout the years the guy has done graphics, stickers, ads, and apparel for practically everybody worth mentioning in the Skateboard biz, from Consolidated to Flip, Birdhouse, Enjoi, Black Label, Creature, Real, Nike SB, and Volcom, Bratrud has had a part. He is also an illustrator and blogger for The Skateboard Mag. I Hate the Art of Todd Bratrud is published by Mark Batty Publishers and is available now at Skate Warehouse. Click the pictures below or head over and get your copy HERE.