Posts Tagged ‘Jason Jessee’


For a special treat this fall we have one of the hottest collabs ever to hit the shelves. From jackets to keychains, this limited capsule has 'em all

Jason Jessee, a compelling man from the 80's has more than just a fake Halloween foot for fans to get hyped on this month. The CONS CTAS Pro Jason Jessee shoe is out and making a bang with some exceptional features.

During our tour of NHS Distribution we had the pleasure of interviewing the man, the myth, the legend himself, Jason Jessee. We talked skateboarding history, Jack Kerouac, naked celebrities, Converse and more. Check it out!

Skate Warehouse took a trip to Santa Cruz, California to spend a day at the NHS Fun Factory, home to brands like Independent Trucks, Creature, Santa Cruz, Ricta, OJ Wheels and many more. We got a full tour of the warehouse and NHS skate museum, we watched mad skate scientists in the R&D lab, we saw tons of vintage prod…

We sharpied up cardboard signs. We put on ratty old loafers. We shredded the sleeves of our suit jackets and rubbed sour milk into the chest pockets. We grew gangly beards and started yelling apocalyptical rapture at passers by—yup, you guessed it, Skate Warehouse has officially joined the Doom Sayers Club!

Today is more than just Black Friday. Today is the official release date of the new CONS Jason Jessee Star Player Pro! Around this same time last year we saw a CTS Mid and a CTS Ox jacketed by Santa Cruz Skateboards graphics with Jason Jessee's stamp of approval. This year, they went straight to the man himself for ins…

Jarrett from Kansas keeps it crispy mane. This week's Crispy New New is a totally sick setup riding on a Santa Cruz Deck, Ace Trucks, Autobahn Wheels and all tied together with our very own SW shop goods. Order a custom complete for your chance to be featured on Crispy New New, or build this exact setup HERE

We're stoked to give a warm welcome to a new brand here at Skate Warehouse. Jason Jessee's Hard Luck is fresh to the states and ready to rep. After long time friend Mark Gonzales drew a skull with a pen and wrench on an envelope he told Jason he should turn it into a company. Here is it.