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They are available in both white (52mm, 53mm, and 54mm) and brown (53mm), and come packaged in the paper bags shown here (coffee not included).
Get your hands on them now at your local Spitfire dealer and Supra Distribution!
There are 7 more winners who will qualify for the grand prize, so it’s not too late to enter!
We just received a big restock of the very popular Krooked Zip Zinger wheels!
Now you can choose from 54mm (yellow or black), 58mm (orange or green), and 65mm (black or orange) to build your perfect cruiser board!
Get a set now at your local Krooked dealer and Supra Distribution.
The second drop from Anti Hero‘s Fall 2014 collection includes the awesome “Leap of Faith” series.
Look for these now at Supra Distribution and your local Anti Hero dealer!
Michael Ray seems to stay under the radar here in Vancouver, but those who have seen him skate tend to agree that he is one of the best up-and-comers.
This was filmed in about an hour in between class and studying, and is just a little taste of what Mikey’s capable of.
Chocolate Skateboards turned 20 this year and to celebrate, they jumped into the archives to put together a traveling art show that features the brand’s greatest board graphics and much more. You may have noticed it at this past KNOWSHOW here in Vancouver.
The 20th anniversary art show recently made its way to NYC during the Brooklyn Dew Tour and Green Label got a chance to catch up with Andy Jenkins, Chico Brenes, Kenny Anderson, Gino Innaucci, Sam Smyth and Jeremy Carnahan about the origins and future of one of skateboarding’s most prolific companies.
Check it out below.
Edmonton, AB’s Ty Peterson is back in town, and we’ve found some time in between rainstorms to get a quick clip filmed at the plaza.
Check it out below!
The Ambleside Skatepark Project
An initiative to re-design & re-build West Vancouver’s Ambleside Skatepark
West Vancouver’s iconic waterfront Ambleside Skatepark is in need of repair and Eric Savics is leading the charge to re-design and re-build the outdated and weathered skatepark.
Eric is working towards raising $150,000 total in funds to complete the project. He has raised half that already through corporate sponsorships, local organizations and members of the community.
Now it’s time for parents, skateboarders and youth athletic associations to join in. He has launched a project on Kickstarter and aims to raise $10,000 CAN by October 27th to help reach the projects main fundraising goal. The Kickstarter project has raised over $1,000 within its first two weeks and hopes to exceed its goal.
“We aim to begin construction in late spring 2015,” says Eric. “Our vision is to build a progressive and modern skate plaza like stoner park in Santa Monica.”
To learn more about the project, visit www.AmblesideSkatepark.com.
-Digital Newsroom (images, ads, pdf’s, new files): http://goo.gl/IP4CqI
-Donate to the project on Kickstarter
-Follow the project on Facebook
-Follow @AmblesideSkatepark on Instagram
-Watch the video on YouTube
-Learn more at www.AmblesideSkatepark.com