Friday Pep Talk With Timbaland

by The Editors on February 5, 2016

Timbaland breaks down the world of pop cultural business success like no one else in this interview with Ebro and Rosenberg from Hot97. We don’t pretend to know a thing about the music, or the beats, or the scene, but the wisdom he conveys on what hits are, how they come about, and how to play the hit business game — especially his theories on the rise of “programmers over producers” and his own six-year cycle (26:40) — apply to every angle of action sports business.


Kelly Slater Wins 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro

by The Editors on February 3, 2016

We didn’t watch much of the 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro held January 27 – February 2, 2016, but we were lucky enough to catch the most stacked finals we think we’ve ever seen at Pipeline yesterday (February 2, 2016): Kelly Slater, JOB, Bruce Irons, and Makai McNamara.

At first we were wondering why 2 John Florence wasn’t in the mix, too, but Makai’s first wave (and his complete commitment to the task) made us realize we could get by without Mr. Blue Moon in a Pipeline final. Oh, and Kelly Slater’s surfing was pretty near perfect, which is always good to see.

For the official word from Volcom (including results) please follow the jump.

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Tony Hawk Tries Defying Labels With Mini

by The Editors on February 1, 2016

Funny thing is, while this commercial is trying to be sarcastic, we find it hard to argue with most of the comments being made about the Mini. Then again, we’re probably not in Mini’s target market.

The best part of the ad series is when Tony Hawk talks about being an outcast (below). And maybe we’ll see him putting around in a Mini soon. Yeah, Harvey, we said “putting around in a Mini.”


Lance Mountain BSes With Tommy Guerrero

by The Editors on January 27, 2016

Seriously, is there anyone better to listen to talk skateboarding on a Wednesday afternoon than Lance Mountain and Tommy Guerrero? No. We don’t care how hold you are, it doesn’t get much better than this.


Miles Silvas Wrecking Some Parks

by The Editors on January 19, 2016

Thunder Trucks’ Miles Silvas puts down a couple lines to light up your morning. We’ll thank him for you.


What It’s Like At Mammoth Right Now

by The Editors on January 7, 2016

Not, bad huh? Especially compared to the powder in the Long Beach, California Convention Center today. . .


Matt Cummins’ 25 Years Of Lib Tech

by The Editors on January 7, 2016

Matt Cummins has been on the snow scene forever. He’s had a pro model longer than most pros have been alive (25 years with the Mervin crew):

He has used this opportunity to continually push snowboard designs from the earliest skate influenced twin tip MC Kink to today’s powder hungry Nootka. His designs, priorities and style forever changed the sport and paved the way for generations of pros. We are proud to celebrate Matt’s 25 years with Mervin Manufacturing and the Lib Tech brand. This video is just a taste of the legacy of Matt and the Cummins family!

Just press play and see it all for yourself. If you’d like to see what Jamie Lynn has to say about Matt, follow the jump.
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Tommy Guerrero’s Best BS From 2015

by The Editors on January 6, 2016

Don’t think that just because it’s 2016 that it’s too late for another “best of 2015,” because DLXSF has this combo clip of the best of BS with TG and it’s like seeing all the Tommy Guerrero stuff you missed all year, right here in one place including Jim Thiebaud, Frank Gerwer, Max Schaaf, James Kelch, Orb, and Mickey Reyes. What’s not to like?


Kelly Slater’s Central Valley Cesspool

by The Editors on December 22, 2015

We know this is late, but now that the backwash has settled and all the details have been leaked on Kelly Slater’s epically perfect Lemoore, California wave pool (thanks, Swellnet and Reddit) the big question becomes: would you surf in Kelly’s foamy, brown water?

We’d definitely stop each time we made a run up I-5 and get thrown over the falls a couple times even if it was in a pond filled with industrial farming run off because the wave is just that beautiful. 


Okuda San Miguel’s Church Of Skate

by The Editors on December 18, 2015

Skaters in Llanera, Asturias, Spain got together with artist Okuda San Miguel and created an art project that is a skatepark. Sadly, the colored cow was involved, however, you should check it out anyway.

[Link via Boing Boing]

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