The Quartersnacks web store is now open with holiday gear. This includes hoodys, longsleeve tees, a light reissue of the Tompkins crew, and some beanies. Everything is available at Labor, Exit and Orchard right now. Other shops and abroad this week. Also, UK residents: Slam City Skates carries our stuff now. Support your local skate site. *Promise to update every day this week if you buy something* :)
Vote for Bobby. Pretty tight how he mentions Javier Sarmiento in his top three of 2014. Javi has a few lines at some insane spot and a great nollie backside flip in in this new, uh, Arnette clip. Warning: the first song is maybe the worst song to ever be put in a skate video. Had to detox by listening through Tha Tour twice afterwards.
TWS has a new “Five Trick Fix” from Paych. Buy here.
The loosest trucks in Korea.
Rigged a lil’ wear test video for the new Nike SB Grant Taylor shoe at Flushing a few weeks ago. Basically, if you skated that new Bruin shoe all last spring/summer like everyone else, but can’t find it anymore, your problems are solved. (BTW: You get kicked out of the fountain now? Or did we have bad luck?)
Tony Ferguson on the first-ever Girl tour to Europe. “Oh yeah, did you hear about the van? The van is gone too.”
SMLTalk reviewed an illegally downloaded version of True, while Frozen in Carbonite provided an analysis on the similarities between True, Questionable and Virtual Reality. A QS review of the new Plan B video? The trick Pudwill does over the Milan grate is psychotic and Sheckler should’ve skated to “Lifestyle.”
Josh Kalis v.s. Plastic Jersey Barriers: A Retrospective.
Someone was bound to edit a video part to “Coco” before the year was out.
A teaser for Strangers, which premieres at Sunshine on Wednesday.
Troy Stillwell’s B-sides from the Bev video.
In our continuing coverage of 2014’s most #ontrend day of the week: the 14-minute Tuesday video is now live (no, not the Makkonnen one…at least not really.)
Alltimers uploaded their commercial that was originally supposed to appear before Cyrus’ part in Paych. Johnny didn’t want to compromise his artistic integrity by putting an advertisement from a multimillion fashion conglomerate in the middle of his video, so he pulled it at the last minute. It’s online now for your viewing pleasure:
You might have heard about the Coda Long Island City indoor spot. Here’s a clip.
All things considered, this went as good as it possibly could have gone.
Boosie woke up this morning like fuck that.
QS Sports Desk Play of the Week: Guess who?
Quote of the Week:
T-shirt brand crazy? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯