Pierre-Luc Gagnon has been around since vert's heyday and has nailed some of the heaviest hammers on a half pipe....and he's Canadian. Nobody parties like vert skaters.
Flo holds it down in his latest part featured on thrasher. Half horse-play, half technical wizardry, and the skating wholly incredible. It’s a total pleasure to watch, so enjoy the show.
How did Ryan Decenzo go from humble Canadian maple syrup and pine cone farmer in the Yukon to internationally recognized pro skateboarder? Only one way to find out. Dwindle salutes you Ryan!
Almost, Darkstar, and enjoi are being represented in this years X Games Reel Street. Check them out below and vote for your favorite!
Behind the scenes look at the Active Park Crashers jam session with the Zero, enjoi, Cliché, Almost, Darkstar, and Blind teams.
TJ Rogers, Micky Papa, Morgan Smith, Ryan Decenzo, PLG, and Chris Haslam all have 2 things in common. They rip and they are all from our northern neighbor, the great white north, CANADA! They can't sing or draw very well... but they're Canadians and we support them!
Darkstar Skateboards is proud to announce the first official Harley-Davidson® skateboard collaboration - a must-have collectors edition for Harley-Davidson enthusiasts and devoted followers. The Darkstar x Harley-Davidson collaboration is available worldwide, exclusively at core skate shops and select online retailers.
We caught up with Gabriel Rodriguez to talk about the 101 skateboards reissues featuring his "Jesus" board and the Natas "Devil Worship" board. Check out the link below for more info.
Daewon skating just his bearings, no wheels needed! Daewon's Donuts Signature Pro Rated Bearings are now available! Designed and tested by Daewon to withstand the wear and abuse of everyday skateboarding.
We took the FY TOUR to Dubai where Decenzo, Haslam, Sandoval, Wallin, and Willow went to explore every last grain of sand from here to Abu Dhabi. Check the edit below and head over to theskateboardmag.com for the full story.
Shot and edited by: Roger Bagley / Photos by: Ed Dominick