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  • RADAR - DASHAWN JORDAN - Ep. 02 "On The Move"

    In Dashawn Jordan’s episode 2 of RADAR, he’s making moves and movin’ on up, eventually landing in France, where his reputation precedes him. Dashawn is big in Paris. Who knew?

    RADAR - DASHAWN JORDAN - Ep. 02

    In Dashawn Jordan’s episode 2 of RADAR, he’s making moves and movin’ on up, eventually landing in France, where his reputation precedes him. Dashawn is big in Paris. Who knew?

  • IT'S KINDA LIT - A Rolling Blackout at The Berrics

    The Winter Vortex finally hit The Berrics last week, resulting in literally inches of rainfall. But that’s not all: the mercury dropped to a nippy 60 degrees! This sudden blizzard-y blitzkrieg proved too much for our sun-kissed electrical transformer; the agua leaked through and shorted our wires, leaving less luz in Los Angeles. ¡Que lastima! But Jordan Maxham and friends weathered the storm.

    IT'S KINDA LIT - A Rolling Blackout at The Berrics

    The Winter Vortex finally hit The Berrics last week, resulting in literally inches of rainfall. But that’s not all: the mercury dropped to a nippy 60 degrees! This sudden blizzard-y blitzkrieg proved too much for our sun-kissed electrical transformer; the agua leaked through and shorted our wires, leaving less luz in Los Angeles. ¡Que lastima! But Jordan Maxham and friends weathered the storm.

  • How I Started Skateboarding - Tristan Rennie

    Tristan got an early start in skateboarding, with the inspiration of his high-flying dad. While other kids his age were choking on Legos and trying to figure out how people can live inside TV sets, five-year-old Tristan was embarking on a love affair with skateboarding.  

    How I Started Skateboarding - Tristan Rennie

    Tristan got an early start in skateboarding, with the inspiration of his high-flying dad. While other kids his age were choking on Legos and trying to figure out how people can live inside TV sets, five-year-old Tristan was embarking on a love affair with skateboarding.  

  • Miles Silvas - Episode 2 - Trust It

    With the support of his family and friends, Miles Silvas’s path has been paved with positivity. In episode 3, we learn about some of the connections Miles has made and how those friendships have become a daily reminder of his special place in skateboarding.


  • REAL took the one interview question that most Pros dread and turned it into an ingenious homage. In the "My Favorite Skater Is…" series, Ishod Wair pays tribute to Guy Mariano. As an exclusive offering, The Canteen has 30 “My Favorite Skater Is Guy Mariano” ($65.00) decks—each signed by Guy and Ishod—in stock. Each 8.06” x 31.6” deck is available only in The Canteen


  • Last year, adidas Skateboarding introduced "the showcase"—a series of art shows held in Downtown New York that highlighted the work of skaters in diverse mediums. In 2017, adidas is taking the showcase global.


  • Vans collaborates with Fucking Awesome for an exclusive throwback collection, with a repeating print pattern worthy of the moniker.


  • Schoolyards are a staple of skateboarding in Southern California. Despite how much time we as skateboarders collectively spend trying to get out of class, the Crailtap guys prove that going to school can actually be a really good time in the latest Weakdays clip.

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