Sunday, November 30, 2008
All the down south dudes on Nike ain't f*ckin' around. It's beautiful to see scenes popping up in every part of the US (and world for that matter), especially with guys like Grant Patterson, Justin Brock, Shane O'Neill, David Clark and Dan Plunkett bringing it back to the bottom of the map. Enjoy this video of them shredding their own turf in ATL.
In Memory Of The New York Legend
RB Umali Let's Loose A Fresh Edit Of Harold Hunter Day II
It's hard to believe that it's been over 2 years now that Harold Hunter left this earth. Harold was such an enormous part of the New York skate scene, it still feels strange to not spot him skating down the street or floating through the subway on any given day.
As you all know, this past May "The 2nd Annual Harold Hunter Day" celebration went off full-force at the Manhattan Bridge Skatepark. The event was jam-packed with skaters, lurkers and friends who came together to honor the memory of a true New York original.
RB Umali just released a new edit of the monumental day that pretty much highlights all of the good stuff that happened both day and night. Sick skating, heartfelt testimonials from friends and some after party footage which features the exclusive rhymes of the legend himself.
The Southeast Boombox Tour
High Grade Distribution
Creation Skateboards & Satori Movement have just announced a Southeast tour that'll be stretching across Florida and ending in Georgia. Along for the ride will be Creation pro's Ron Allen and Dave Caddo, as well as Mario Matabele, Kevin Radley, Chris Burns, Nathan Porter and Marky Clements. Good skating, good weather and positive vibes. Make a stop at one of their appearances and pick up on the good stuff.
Stereo's bossmen Pastras and Lee have made a notable and welcomed push toward expansion and promotion, which is great if you've been craving more from the often below-the-radar team of stylish guys.
They have started a new wheel company, called HiFi Wheels, which has a wealth of names attached: Danny Supa, Daniel Shimizu (Bummer High), Cooper Wilt (San Pedro!), Mr. Pastras (boss), Todd Jordan (King of New York?), Bobby Puleo (found artist), Forrest Kirby (Port of Miami), Jack Sabback (bespeckled), Olly Todd (watch him in the old Landscape video), Tony Manfre (B-ball shorts), Ben Gore (new Stereo am), Matt Miller (ZOO YORK!), Nate Broussard (artsy Texan?), Zach Wagner (Old Soul) and Pat Stiener (watch Static III). Anyone a fan of stylish or underground rippers will be pleased. Enjoi.
Posted by SKBSG at Sunday, November 30, 2008