Tag Archives: skateboarding
Let the speculations begin! November 3rd Element will be announcing their new pro. Are they bumping up an am (Evan Smith), or recruiting a former pro looking for a new sponsor (Zered Basset), only time will tell. Follow the countdown here and be sure to check back November 3rd for the big announcement.
Vice has a new video up with Will Arnett offering up some advice for Mike Carroll and Mike-Mo Capaldi as they near the final weeks of filming for the new Girl/Chocolate video Pretty Sweet. Be sure to check back every Tuesday until the November 16th premiere, as Vice will have a new clip for each one.
We’ve got some new Emerica ammo for the blog. Emerica posted a sick new montage of some old footage, featuring their heavy hitting crew including Reynolds, Westgate, Leo, and the rest of the bunch. Seeing the older wild ride stuff is awesome and Heath going across the bridge with the torn flag is epic. This Is Skateboarding. Made in Emerica. Stay Made. Check it.
David Gonzalez has been around for a minute now and has always been insane and 100% skate. Thrasher just dropped his new part and, wow. Possessed to Skate is a must see and surely one of the heaviest parts to date, he combines some of the biggest, gnarliest obstacles with timeless style and trick selection. Skate Warehouse brings you the trailer here, presented by Thrasher, for your eyeballs to feast upon. Click here for the full part, you’ll be picking your jaw up after this one.
The Skateboarding Fisherman over at Bohnam Supply Co. know how to have a good time. Check out their new video and get stoked on the great outdoors! Then take a trip over to see the Bohnam line at Skate Warehouse.
Skate Warehouse is stoked to showcase our very own Adam Ottenberg and his homie Isaiah Malatamban in this new little clip from the Brew Sweat Skateboard crew. Come on into the shop this weekend and let Adam know how good he is. Then buy some shit! Go skate!
The Supra Ellington Shoes Black/Red just went live at Skate Warehouse. Everything looks good, from the construction to the skateboarding.
“What sets it apart,” Erik Ellington said about his sixth signature shoe from SUPRA, “is if you walk into a store today, pretty much every shoe looks like a slip-on. [The Ellington] has that feeling of being simple, but at the same time it’s got a lot more technical features.”