Supra Skytop gets into the hide mode with a new limited edition camouflage and pumpkin canvas shoe. But it’s not just for Halloween.
outfitted with a heavyweight camouflage canvas upper, accented with orange highlights, black laces, white foxing with white pinstripe detailing, and pumpkin orange sole. The design is a subtle reflection of the themes of Samhain and Fall, yet is wearable at any time of year.
Maglev (derived from magnetic levitation), is a system of transportation that uses magnetic levitation to suspend, guide and propel vehicles from magnets rather than using mechanical methods, such as friction-reliant wheels, axles and bearings. Maglev transport is a means of flying a vehicle or object along a guideway by using magnets to create both lift and thrust, only a few inches above the guideway surface.
Looks like this could be the latest attraction planned from New Jersey’s ZanaduMeadowlands action mall complex.
NorCal skaters can get a pair of Omar Salazar’s newly updated Nike SB pro shoe (as well as his new signature Spitfire Wheels) at an early release show on Friday, October 28, 2011 at PLA Skate in Folsom, California.
“I’m excited to be competing in the Search for the second year in a row,” said Perillo, “especially since this year it’s in California—my home state—which makes me even more excited to surf my hardest and try to take down a few of the world’s best surfers.”
Brady even gets to face Kelly Slater in Round 1.
The waiting period for the Rip Curl Pro Search begins Tuesday, November 1, 2011. Which reminds us, the paddle outs are going to be half the show. Follow the jump for the official word from Rip Curl. [click to continue…]
Last night (Tuesday, October 25, 2011) skateboarding filters, editors, and stars gathered at Hollywood, California’s Music Box for the “invite only” International Skateboarding Film Festival Awards presentations. Festival founder Fabrice Le Mao, (pictured right) welcomed everyone to the awards and then they went down a little like this:
Full Length Defenders of Awesome CAPiTA Team Video!
DVD Menu with Special Features and Exclusive Content not Released online!
Union Custom House/CAPiTA Ultrafear Bindings!
Behind the Scenes Photo Booklet!
Metaphor Logo Keychan!
Magical Pixie dust and Awesome hidden gems!
When science fiction writer (and Boing Boing blogger) Cory Doctorow was flying through London’s Gatwick Airport yesterday, he lost his favorite 686 belt when security personal decided that the belt was technically a “restricted item.”
The guard who confiscated it had this explanation for why the belt buckle was being confiscated here when all the other UK airports I’d flown out of it with had let me keep it: “I stick to what they’ve told me” . . At that point, a supervisor, Pete Sutherland, the security leader for Gatwick North, gave me a copy of Dangerous and restricted items: what you cannot take on board a flight, which lists, under “work tools,” “screwdrivers.”
Doctorow says that in the three years he had the belt he’s used the screwdrivers dozens of times: “always in some moment of traveller’s extremes, when something really important was really broken. They’ve been figurative lifesavers, and I think if I had them long enough, they’d have been literal ones.”
Sounds like we’re going have to get him another one.
SURFING brand Billabong International says its strategy of buying retail outlets will increase the struggling company’s margins. . . Billabong’s comments that it is on track for strong earnings growth this financial year helped its shares rise nearly 9 per cent yesterday. The stock closed 31¢ up at $3.91, partly offsetting the slump in value this year caused by a fall in profit.