Happy long weekend! Here are our hours for the holiday:
Open until 9:00 tonight.
Hopefully the Easter Rabbit brings us some warm weather!
Last time we had a nice stretch of weather you guys completely cleaned out our DGK and Gold Wheels stock in about a week, so this time we restocked XXL. Come get ‘em!
Just got a complete restock of our staple styles of Classic Vans that we always keep in stock, as well as some new ones and some old favourites returning to the wall!
Pass~Port Skateboards from Australia has just welcomed their first American rider with this welcome clip for Billy McFeely from New York City. The editing and animation in this vid (not to mention the skating) are super sick. This is the next big international brand on the come-up! Lots of Pass~Port in stock right now, and more on the way soon.
Our friend Josh in Milwaukee made another video. And Matt Nordness made another ripping section for it. Very street. Very nice.
Holy crap this section is good. Lakai’s new European dude gets riggy diggy raw with it.
Sneak peek of our latest Huf shipment that just hit the floor today. Way more stuff than we can fit into these little boxes so come check it all out!
Restock of Magenta, Pass~Port, Witchcraft and 1939 boards! The graphics on the old school band decks from 1939 are super sick!
Anyone like free stuff?!
Next person to buy a Thrasher hood gets the SOTY issue and stickers!
Next person to buy a Krooked, Antihero, or Real board gets this giant calendar with posters!
Next person to buy a Baker or Deathwish board gets this huge Baker flag!
Just remind us when you buy the stuff because sometimes we’re dumb and forget.
Got in some copies of House Of Burners, a compilation of Canadian heavy/psych/garage rock featuring lots of our friends from Saskatoon, Shooting Guns, Powder Blue, The Switching Yard, Rehashed, and Lavagoat among others. A $10 bill gets you walking out the store with some great new music the check out. Shooting Guns will be playing a Right To Skate benefit show live at Ninetimes April 19th!
Looking for something fun to watch today? This is a local video that our store manager made in 1999 long before home computer editing. Two VCRs and a tape deck and a bunch of chords. This is how DIY skate vids used to go down.