Nike SB‘s ‘:58’ video series highlights the shops that have been supporting local skate communities over the years… you know, giving back. The latest subject of the minute-long series is FTC, the SF mainstay that has been open—and expanding globally—since 1986. The shop is synonymous with the Bay Area’s progressive scene, and in each additional city where the chain plants its flag (to date, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, and Barcelona) FTC helps to propel the scene forward. Watch the video, featuring founder Kent Uyehara, above…
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Update: In the below video, Yuma Hanagata, Kaito Sasamoto, Hal Jinushi, Daisaku Ray Hidaka, and Vivia Iju take the session from the sentō to the streets in the SB Dunk Low by FTC.
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