Summer’s over, school’s back, and it’s fashion week, baby! 👠 To celebrate, we’re doing a big sale on the webstore to help us clear out in anticipation for the fall. Use the discount code ENDOFSUMMER at checkout for 40% off. Expires E.O.D. on Friday, September 9. Tell a friend, to tell a friend, to tell a friend 💆🏼♀️ (Doesn’t apply to wax or sticker packs you sicko.)
“This skateboard rivalry is getting downright gnarly.” Pretty sure everybody agreed to move on from the A.V.E. bench’s relocation from New York to Philly after a string of memes last week, but then… the New York Post decided it was newsworthy, right down to quotes from A.V.E. and Harry Bergenfield. Didn’t have that one on the 2022 bingo board, that’s for sure…
Our friends at Orchard up in Boston released a midwest trip edit late last week.
Skate Jawn posted Zach Baker’s article and photos chronicling an Alltimers D.C. + Philly trip with Elijah Odom and Will Marshall.
In continued exploration of the concept that remixing people’s footage is the skate-equivalent of fantasy sports, Justin LeBlanc imagined a video where Caleb Barnett, Casper Brooker, Deedz and Justin Henry all skate for the same team.
Village Psychic got the B-roll part from Marcus Eagel before the A-roll in Mike Sass’ new video.
Boil the Ocean considers the return of Aesthetics and the new Danny Renaud part.
“Stoic, sneering, eyes bulged, lips pursed, half smiles, tongues sneaking out the corner of the mouth—the contortions are only limited by the number of skateboarders making them.” Simply Magic considers the modern phenomenon of the “roll-up face.”
A ten-minute Insta comp of dudes who skate with Johnny.
Theories dropped eleven minutes of Aaron Herrington loosies from the Static IV days.
Spot Updates: There’s annoying new planters to move when you skate the south side of Big Screen.
Quote of the Week 🗣
Genesis: “Thought about you yesterday randomly. What’s up?”
Pad: “Word, something good I hope.”
Genesis: “Was listening to ‘Bitch, Who Do You Love?’ and remembered a time that was playing at a party and you were like, ‘For real though bitch, who do you love?'”
This was the de facto mix at the QS office for Labor Day Weekend. Filled a nice void in the Endless Shrimp-less world we currently inhabit.