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Since its inception, Deathwish Skateboards has been synonymous with heavy skating. So, once those Baker Boys boxes rolled in I knew this weeks Series Spotlight would be a no-brainer. In the all-new Spring ’14 drop from Deathwish we have the Ruins Series. See it here.

We recently got a quick Marc Johnson interview regarding his new Hand Carved Deck series from Chocolate. Read more to see the collection, get insights into his wood working and find out what MJ really thinks about Home Depot, Kim K's ass and more.

Welcome back to the SW Series Spotlight. Today we’re shining some light on the rad artist collaboration between Heroin Skateboards and UK artist and illustrator James Jarvis, the JJ Woodcut series.

Welcome to the first installment of Series Spotlight, where we highlight a specific deck series new to the Skate Warehouse aisles. Today we’re taking a look at some new decks from industry heavy hitters, Deluxe Distribution a.k.a. DLXSF.

If you're new to skateboarding, this post is for you. Some of the most common questions we've been asked by new skateboarders (and their parents) involve how to measure a skateboard deck. How do I measure the width? How do I properly measure the length? The wheelbase? What size deck should I ride? Adam answers your que…

With a licensing deal bigger than Wookiee nuts, the Santa Cruz Star Wars Collection is sure to elicit squeals of fanatic joy from Santa Cruz collectors and Star Wars fans alike. This stuff is cooler than breakfast on Hoth. Available March 3rd, 2014, get yours before the Rancor does...

The new Cliche x Diamond Supply collab decks just surfaced here at Skate Warehouse and they sure are pretty! There's a pro model for six different stunt miners on Cliche, including Andrew Brophy, Joey Brezinski, Lucas Puig, Daniel Espinoza, Flo Mirtain and JB Gillet.

Two new skate brands have hit the shelves of Skate Warehouse. We are excited to announce our launch of Polar Skate Co. and Isle Skateboards. Two european brands with sick graphics and skate crews that rip. We've given the two brands a little break down here at the Go Skate Blog. Continue reading to better yourself as a…

Palace Skateboards is on some next level, back to the future shit. Founder Lev Tanju leverages VHS recordings into one of Europe's top skate brands. You've got to check these guys out.