The Anti Hero Pfanner Antihero Times Deck in 8.25 x 32 is here and ready for your slimy little fingers. Click the picture for more info and check out our entire Anti Hero collection HERE, at Skate Warehouse.
And in honor of the film, Skate Warehouse also carries the Vans Spicoli Sunglasses. Radical ’80′s beach bro fashions have carried on uninterrupted in some places, and for others, Vans continues to make those tubular styles readily available. Start your look with the Spicoli 4′s, grab your long board and foray with style into your search for some tasty waves. Made of durable 100% polycarbonate with UV-protection lenses. Click the picture for more info of see all our Spicoli shades HERE.
It is what it is, fool. National Beer Can Day! Do the world a favor and drink some beer from some cans! Here’s some Beer Run decks and a Beer Run video for your viewing and purchasing pleasure. Cheers.
Fury 2 EVO Trucks Review from Mike Roth, SW buyer, resident skater, and badass.
As skateboarders we take our trucks very seriously. Most of us keep the same pair for months or even years. We make sure when switching out decks to keep the front truck in the front, and the back truck in the back, and if somehow it gets messed up you notice right away. We stick to our brand. It’s hard to stray from what we’re used to. I’ve been riding Independent trucks for what feels like forever now, and figured it was time to try something new, so I gave the new Fury EVO 2 trucks a shot. The look of the truck is what really caught my eye and made me want to check these out. The hangar sits a little higher than standard trucks for a tighter turning radius. They also feature a forged aluminum baseplate, which gives your truck added strength with less weight. The Fury EVO 2 trucks come with medium 92A durometer Bones bushing which are responsive right from the start, but if you ride your trucks loose you’ll want to throw some softer bushings in there. After a few skate sessions the Fury’s are holding up nicely. They turn smooth and grind fast, which is really all you’re hoping for. Next time you’re thinking about getting a new pair of trucks, don’t overlook the Fury’s, you won’t be disappointed.
It’s straight black, black as the night, black as your soul. It’s pretty darn bad ass. The Blind Black Out Mid Complete in 7.3 x 28.6 works like black magic. Loaded up with the Blind hard goods, you’ll be a happy litter camper. This Blind Mid Complete comes equipped with speciality formulated softer bushings for better turning and extended kingpins for looser trucks. This combination is specifically designed for smaller, younger skaters to allow for easy turning and maximum performance. Subtle Blind labeling at bottom side.
Edward “Ed” Templeton was born on July 28th, 1972 in Orange County, California. He is a professional skateboarder as well as a contemporary artist. Ed turned pro for New Deal Skateboards in 1990 but left by 1992 to start the short-lived company “TV” with Mike Vallely. By 1993 Ed founded Toy Machine skateboards. Outside of skateboarding, Ed is a painter, graphic designer, and photographer. Ed began by painting the graphics for his skateboard company, TV and later for Toy Machine.
Teenage Smokers, a collection of photography focusing on youth and cigarettes, won Ed first place in The Search For Art Competition in Italy In 2000.
In the fall of 2001, Ed’s artwork was featured in Juxtapoz magazine and in 2002 he produced an art exhibition, The Essentiel Disturbance, which featured The Golden Age of Neglect, published by Drago.
“Beautiful Losers”, a touring art exhibit and art book features Ed with other contemporary artists, much of the project featuring skateboarding and urban themes. Ed published Deformer, also the title of a Mike Mills 1996 documentary film about Templeton, in 2008. Deformer is essentially Ed’s scrapbook. Templeton is also the co-editor of ANP Quarterly, an arts magazine founded in 2005. And on top of all that Toy Machine has been successfully doing its brainwashing for the past 15 years.
SW is offering the RVCA Horns T-Shirt and Trucker Hat, featuring photography from Ed. With the mighty, magestic Grand Canyon in the background, the RVCA Horns T-Shirt and Trucker Hat gives the right message. Rock and skate. A giant rock and some horns. Major graphic at front created by RVCA featured artist Ed Templeton and RVCA labeling throughout.
Grab the stuff HERE, at SW. Also check out SW’s Toy Machine decks featuring the artwork of Ed, HERE.