The Last Resort AB and Polar founder shares some thoughts about the status quo of the industry and talks about the evolution of his shoe brand so far.
Fake puke, fake hair, fake holes – but 100% real fun. That’s kind of the recipe for Alltimers boards that Pryce Holmes explains to us.
Who said that sitting and skating couldn't go together?
Bertrand Soubrier is still out in the streets stacking new tricks although he’s in the 40+ camp, a family man, and runs his company Haze.
Stu Smith is 43 years old, loves tea and biscuits, runs a company called Lovenskate, and occasionally prints boards for Metallica.
During the pandemic the demand for skatestuff was higher than the production capacity – and now the prices are higher. Jan Faesers explains why.
As the woman and queer skate scene is booming, we talked with Nanja van Rijsse from Women Skate The World about the place of gender in our community.
There is a never-ending mission all skaters struggle to complete: the search for the perfect pant. Pia Schiele is on it.
With this series we want to present you the work of some skate NGO’s and we start with Bangladesh Street Kid Aid.
Anti-do-to from Italy share half of their net profits with social projects and by that helped building a skatepark in Palestine.
Skateparks, the discussion about the Olympics, commercialization of skateboarding, street skateboarding’s perspective - it’s all in this book.
Jonas Dalesjö and Danijel Stankovic want to connect skateboarders and created an app that is more than just a spotmap.
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