Josh Douglas’ Coastlines Part

by The Editors on August 25, 2016

Boom. You don’t have to be Josh Douglas to ride a skateboard, but if you want to skate like this, it would certainly help.

[Link: Thunder Trucks]



J. Grant Brittain Is A SLVDR Craftsman

by The Editors on August 25, 2016

Our favorite skateboarding photographer (Grant Brittain) prints one of our favorite skateboarding photos (you know the one) of one of our favorite skateboard company owners (Tod Swank). Doesn’t get much better than that, really, but here are the details from SLVDR.

The SLVDR Craftsman Guild series visits the legendary skateboarding photographer Grant Brittain. His career goes back over three decades and began out of a passion for skateboarding and documenting his friends as subjects. In our visit he chooses the negative of perhaps his most iconic photo and develops and prints it in his private darkroom. It’s a lost art and represents the true craft of photography and a real photographic icon.

[Link: SLVDR]

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Peter Hewitt’s New Spitfire Part

by The Editors on July 30, 2016

Spitfire presents 4.5 minutes of Peter Hewitt. But they’d like you to know that between the “Peter” and the “Hewitt” there lies a four letter word used to describe procreation. You know the word. . . and you know why it is this man’s middle name, because, damn!


Third Annual Roll For Rob Recap Video

by The Editors on July 29, 2016

Peter Ramondetta, Jake Donnelly, Chima Ferguson, and Zion Wright at the 3rd Roll For Rob event in Providence, RI. help support Rob and his family through his treatment for ALS, available now in select shops and

[Link: ActionsREALized]


Metal Neck II: The Bangover Trailer

by The Editors on July 25, 2016

It’s nice to see that the corporate surf film has not killed the genre off entirely and that Orange County dereliction remains entertaining. . . even after all these years.

[Link via What Youth]


Tony Hawk’s 48 Year Old 900

by The Editors on June 29, 2016

We were at the X Games in San Francisco 17 years ago on June 27, 1999. The last skateboarding event of the day was the Best Trick contest. And we watched and waited and waited some more as Tony Hawk wrecked himself in pursuit of the ellusive 900.

We saw the X Games best trick event time run out. And then we watched the extra “extended time” run out without Mr. Hawk landing a 900. After Transworld Skateboarding’s Grant Brittain (and nearly every other photographer) had long run out of film we finally gave up and started back back to our hotel. Moments later, Tony Hawk landed the 900. And we missed it.

That’s why it was great to see him bust it out again for one last go 17 years to the day after he made it. It certainly hasn’t gotten any eaiser in the past decade and a half. And though he says it will be his last, we think doing again at 50 would be even radder. If his body can stand the abuse. . .


Sky Siljeg Goes Sky High With Lib

by The Editors on June 21, 2016

It’s about time transition ripper Sky Siljeg got a pro model from Lib Tech.

Just like his skating Sky’s model, the Sky High, is a progressive and unique creativity sled, with a literally mind blowing graphic by the homie Quincy Quigg. You can get the Sky High “normal” (9.3″ x 32.75″) or you can get it asymmetrical regular footed and goofy footed! That’s right folks, Sky and the Lib Tech bitchin’ board builders created regular and goofy specific shapes with notches for backside and frontside grabs as well as more concave on the backside for a quicker connection to the heels. And of course all Sky High models are handkrafted with our painstaking Technologically Tougher Exo-skeletch construction, they pop like crazy and don’t break!

For the official word from Lib Tech, please follow the jump.


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Signal Takes A Shot Of Jack Daniel’s

by The Editors on June 16, 2016

Jack Daniel’s barrels are made out of wood. Snowboards have wood cores. Signal Snowboards puts the two together with this month’s Every Third Thursday — and “gets barreled” with the whiskey barrel snowboard.

[Link: Signal Snowboards]


Hawk Foundation Celebrates 500th Skatepark

by The Editors on June 15, 2016

Tony Hawk is a busy, generous man. And no where is this more evident than when you look at all the skateboard parks he’s helped build (500 so far). One of them is in Burlington, Vermont and Hawk travelled there last week to help celebrate the city’s newly named Andy “A-Dog” Williams Skatepark.

“It was an honor to be in Burlington for the A-Dog Skatepark naming ceremony and to skate with the locals,” said Tony Hawk. “We’re proud to have been involved with this project—it’s a great park that resulted from a strong grassroots effort from local advocates and a true commitment from the city. It also represents the 500th park to open with assistance from THF. Here’s to the next 500!”

For the official word from the Tony Hawk Foundation, please follow the jump.

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Real Surveillance #01: Peter Ramondetta

by The Editors on June 15, 2016

But there’s more the Ramondetta in this one. Watch this and you’ll catch a little Dennis Busenitz, Ishod Wair, Ernie Torres, and Zion Wright for good measure.