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Skate Documentary Review: Humanity Stoked
Oct 24, 2020

Skate Documentary Review: Humanity Stoked

If you ever asked yourself how you can be part of a positive change, maybe it is hard to answer but it’s definitely something that you can do. There are ways to help others through the things that we love and that’s what the Humanity Stoked documentary wants to show through skateboarding, art, science and human rights.
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How To Become a Pro Skateboarder in 2020
Oct 04, 2020

How To Become a Pro Skateboarder in 2020

Professional skateboarding was a whole lot different in the days before social media. Today anyone with a camera and a connection can show off their skills and be noticed worldwide with just the click of a button. Learn how to become a pro skateboarder now or in the future!
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Documentary Review: The Tony Alva Story
Sep 25, 2020

Documentary Review: The Tony Alva Story

This month video creator Six Stairs together with Vans commemorated the Iconic Tony Alva through a documentary that gathers the people around him throughout his life. The documentary is hosted by Jeff Grosso who sadly passed away this year. Let's take a look at this documentary!
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Reviving The 70s Through the Banzai Skateboard
Sep 19, 2020

Reviving The 70s Through the Banzai Skateboard

Banzai’s brand is going back to the skateboarding beginnings when Californian skate and surf style of the 1970s was on top. Currently, it has launched the limited collection of the Banzai skateboards with sophisticated designs and with the best technology to remind how skateboarding was in that era.
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“Off The Wall” The Origins of VANS Signature Slogan
Jun 18, 2020

“Off The Wall” The Origins of VANS Signature Slogan

Today we will be checking out the origin of one of the most famous slogans in the skateboarding industry, something that to this date still rings a bell even on those who are not familiar with the brand! Let’s check some of the history of one of the biggest brands in the industry!

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Carlsbad: The Park that Brought Skateboarding to Life
Jun 09, 2020

Carlsbad: The Park that Brought Skateboarding to Life

This might be a debated topic as it is with most of the “FIRSTS” in history, there were people skating everywhere before an actual park was built, but today we are going to check out the history of the actual first park built and designed for skateboarding in the city that gave birth to skateboarding, let’s check this SHIT® out!
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How To Do a 360 Aerial
Mar 04, 2020

How To Do a 360 Aerial

Get your SHIT® together! This isn’t over yet… you have already seen our tutorials, but now prepare your body for the revolution. The 360 aerial requires you to double anything you have used until now; double the effort, double your speed, double your training and double your concentration. This is how to make a 360 aerial.
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How To Do a 180 Aerial
Mar 02, 2020

How To Do a 180 Aerial

Another SHIT® tutorial to guide you through the realm of skateboarding tricks. Until now we have covered a good number of tricks and the basics to get them done. This time is a little bit different; we set our expectations a little bit higher. Get your deck and your half pipe. We are doing the 180 aerial, so hold your SHIT® tight!
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Tony Alva: Old Dogs Die Hard
Feb 25, 2020

Tony Alva: Old Dogs Die Hard

Today SHIT® goes down in Dogtown! We don’t lecture anyone, but every once in while a good history lesson should be given to set things up just the way it is intended to be. Because if we talk about history as the lifetime of skateboarding, we need to talk about how Tony Alva got into the scene, or more likely, how the scene got into Tony Alva. See our latest article on the legend that is the Santa Monica surfer and Z-Boy!
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Skateboarding Scene in Los Angeles: More Alive Than Ever
Feb 01, 2020

Skateboarding Scene in Los Angeles: More Alive Than Ever

How did it all begin and how is it now? Los Angeles will always be known as the birthplace of skateboarding culture, a ground zero where almost every street and park challenged the first skaters that brought up a movement that continues challenging both senior and younger generations after half a century of grinding and sliding. Our latest article is an ode to L.A. for being not only the starting point of our wheeled never-ending journey, it's also a latest glimpse of how the city itself has evolved into the fortress of the up-coming generations of skaters.
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