A bunch of the Vans crew was out here for the launch of Zion Wright’s Zahbas shoe last week. We had plans to take them around skating the next day, and given their spot sensibilities, we opted to tap in with the [formerly] Shorty’s crew in Newark and skate some of the city’s constantly evolving D.I.Y. spots built under their watch. (This one is only about a week old, but we didn’t get a chance to make it there.)
Zion was unfortunately hurt and ended up sous chefing the grill. Features Ronnie Sandoval, Tyson Peterson, Roman Pabich, Pedro Delfino, John Cruz and Bob LaSalle. Edit and filming by Justin Stout.
To celebrate the launch of the Alltimers x Vans Zahba shoe, Justin Stout (of Rascal video fame) whipped together this quick L.A. trip edit of Stafhon Boca, Coles Bailey and Zach Baker — shot between the bomb cyclone in the northeast and the gnarly January rain out in California. (The shoe itself feels like a legit version of the Vans Air Force Ones that anybody who visits Japan for the first time absolutely loses their shit over. Something for the cup sole heads.)
Also heard that John Choi was on some of these sessions, but that footage is being kept top secret until the time is right ❤️
RASCAL is the first full-length video from our friends at Andrew Skateshop down in Miami. (Yes, three parts and two montages is definitely a full-length in 2022.)
Filmed and put together by Andrew videographer Justin Stout, this one’s got an intro part from Josh Wolff + parts from Elijah Odom (2nd Elijah part in three months!) and Rezza Honarvar, the two dudes who co-starred in “Yastle” from spring 2021. Between all that is Chris Morgan and a bunch of Andrew friends + a lil’ Joel Meinholz section full of familiar faces.
On Sunday, August 28th, Alltimers and Tenant threw a baby shower at Blue Park to celebrate their collab together. Here’s what happened. Recap video by Andrew Skateshop videography mastermind, Justin Stout.
Nolimitbrod was the MVP once again, two skate events in a row.
It is tough to remember a skateboard moment that went truly viral outside of our ecosystem — apart from a slam or Jamal Smith’s brilliance — but those Woody videos have made it everywhere from Akademiks to XXL.
It feels like ~*literally*~ yesterday that people would come up to you asking, “Is your name Andrew? No? So why does your shirt say Andrew?! Ahahaha!”
But no. It has been four years. Jimmy Butler carried the Heat to the NBA Finals in the time since Andrew’s inaugural video, “Landfall,” back when the shop first opened in spring 2017.