The Nine Club continued its weekly catch-up interview series this morning with Mob Grip brand manager (and Tilt Mode Army’s Roger The Smiley Man) Cairo Foster. In the chat—following up on his September 2018 in-studio interview—the guys talk about the time Foster moved to Portland, Oregon, to work for Adidas; his reaction to Enjoi’s surprise retirement party in July 2019; his decision to leave the three stripes to work for Mob; his recent Krux commercial with Louie Barletta; he breaks down how he balances work and skating in order to maximize his time; and, as always, he commentates on some of his best-known clips.
He may be technically a “retired” pro, but Cairo Foster is one of the busiest skaters we know. Watch the interview, above!
We loves us some Cairo. Watch a couple of his projects at The Berrics, including one of our very first United Nations (with Enjoi), below: