Archive for the ‘Interview’ Category

Thrasher Radio: Ep. 29 Chico Brenes

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Long time SF (ESDC) local, Chico Brenes, lets us see his Latino side of music while talking about his lengthy journey through pro skatehood.

TWS Roll Call: Ben Blundell

Thursday, June 5th, 2014

As we get ready for the online premiere of Jake Kuzyk’s Civic Affair today over at TWS, the boys check in with Ben Blundell in the latest instalment of Roll Call.

Scott Johnston Vice Japan Interview

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Vice Japan gets to know the man behind the Lakai designs.

Pat Gets Interviewed By SBC Business

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

Pat Laurendeau gets interviewed by Brian Peech for SBC Business, he’s holding it down for us out in Quebec. Check it!

Rudy Gets Chrome Balled

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

 chops and rudy trip out.

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King Shit: Issue 6.1

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

This issue includes a feature interview with Lakai, Thunder Trucks, and Spitfire Wheels rider Will Marshall, an Ambush with Krooked, Matix, and Spitfire Wheels rider Nolan Waller, and an Ambush with Matix Clothing rider Taylor Senft. It’s available across Canada in your local shop!


VHS Mag Guest Talk: Bill Strobeck

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

While in Tokyo for the “Cherry” premier, Bill Strobeck sat down with VHS Mag to talk about the process of filming for the video.

Wee Man Facebook Chat Tomorrow!

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

On Thursday April 17th, DVS Shoes will have Wee Man (Jason Acuna) on site answering questions about skateboarding and life in the “Jackass” crew starting at 3pm- 4pm PST. Be sure to head over to their facebook page to get involved in the convo!

Fireside Chat: Dylan Rieder

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Chris Nieratko sits down by the fire with Fucking Awesome and Thunder rider Dylan Rieder to discuss his move from Workshop, Street League, Supreme and more.

Skateboard Footwear Leaders Speak about the New Market

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

In the ever-going discussion of the fact that major sports companies have infiltrated the skateboard market, it’s no shocking news that we as the skateboard industry have seen changes, had to become more flexible and adapt to let the big boys have a seat on the bench. High Snobiety caught up with three major players in skater owned footwear brands including Lakai brand manager, Kelly Bird to talk about what their thoughts are on the industry today and moving forward.