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Original 80’s Mike McGill Powell Peralta Bones on Pawn Stars
Jul 30, 2020

Original 80’s Mike McGill Powell Peralta Bones on Pawn Stars

This is the story of Julio Romano, who took his Powell Peralta deck signed by the biggest pro skaters of the 80s and brought it to the Pawn Stars show on History Channel, the experience he got to live on this TV show was incredible and will teach us some of skateboarding history as well.
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Skate Movie Review: Dogtown And Z-Boys
Apr 21, 2020

Skate Movie Review: Dogtown And Z-Boys

In today’s SHIT® we are going to check out a documentary film that is so important to understand early skateboarding culture that you will need to see it after you finnish reading!
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Stacy Peralta: Lord Of Dogtown
Mar 05, 2020

Stacy Peralta: Lord Of Dogtown

How foolish is trying to make an introduction to a legend that speaks without any the help of a moderator. We are merely giving a context, and that context is Stacy Peralta, the man that changed the grinds of fate of skateboarding in an eternal butterfly effect. Find out more about the living legend of Dogtown itself and both history and historian of the skateboarding community in our SHIT® chronicles!
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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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Tommy Guerrero: Legendary Skate Warrior and Guitarist
Feb 06, 2020

Tommy Guerrero: Legendary Skate Warrior and Guitarist

From San Francisco, California comes a man tenacious as a knight, indestructible as a dragon and formidable as his own name. Tommy Guerrero is a veteran skater that have lived the greatest periods of the scene, making his personal achievements part of that same history. This SHIT article is a tribute to his valuable contribution to the skateboarding community, a brief bio to get to know the man behind the legend.
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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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The Most Important Skate Crews In History
Jan 04, 2020

The Most Important Skate Crews In History

Skateboarding is what it is today because of a set of legendary skate crews. These are groups of skaters that carry skateboarding in their veins. Read this article now to learn which skate crews changed skateboarding forever!

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