Our spring line of QS merch will be available via our webstore on Wednesday at midnight E.S.T. (so, technically, Tuesday night). Arriving at U.S. shops now. Arriving Europe, Japan, Canada, globally this week. Check our stockists page. The jackets are fire this season, and the shorts are the best thing we’ve ever made :)
♥ You can find a preview of our spring & summer merch here ♥
Hey, it was a good run ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
“Skateboarding went down some pretty crazy roads at this time but your trick selection escaped unscathed. I can’t find a single photo of you doing anything embarrassing of the early 90’s variety.” Let’s start this week off on a positive note, with this heartwarming Scott Johnston interview over on Chromeball.
Jenkem rolled around downtown thirty deep with Gang Corp.
…aanndd Gang Corp has a new five-minute video from their headquarters up today.
Twenty seconds of new Jahmal Williams footage is better than zero seconds of new Jahmal Williams footage ♥
“From The Ground Up” is a short video from some Bronx-based youths. Fun to see yet another generation of kids shred the Courthouse, plus the ender line at Fredrick Douglass Circle in front of the cops’ faces was so sick.
LurkNYC makes its routine return to the Rick Owens store for volume twenty-five of its “New York Times” outtakes series.
The Elkin raw tapes are still coming through. Leo’s front board 270 behind Supreme is still fire. And it’s so funny how dated footage from even 2013 looks now.
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“Talking about partying, I heard that you earned the title ‘King of Copenhagen’ because of your party skills.” “It’s a heavy title that belongs to Rune Glifberg.” Solo skate mag interviewed Call Me 917 rider, Hugo Boserup.
Excited to revisit this (haven’t watched any of them besides the Love Park episode in over ten years) — someone uploaded ALL of the ON Video segments over on YouTube. Maybe rip the ones you want to watch, because this is liable to get deleted like a lot of 411VM uploads once the archive got acquired.
Village Psychic takes a look back on the seminal DC Shoes Super Tour.
The Sternum Trucks Instagram has been going off lately.
QS Sports Desk Play of the Week: NBA Champion, Nick Young.
Quote of the Week
Inquisitive Gentleman: “How did you get a black eye?”
Roctakon: “So, I was letting Trippie Redd DJ…”
The S.J. interview sent me on a Hiero wromhole (yes, I know he’s never skated to a Hiero song), but all the nineties S.F. talk etc. got it going…
…but but but the weather has me back on the QS office’s summer anthem for the past three summers, about to be four.