Making It: Shawn Stussy

Making It: Shawn Stussy

Interview by Carletes Saez. My personal introduction to Shawn happened in the late 80s when I saw his signature in a skateboarding ad for the very first time. I was about 10 years old at the time and it caught my eye. I could’t really read what it said, but it was beautiful and different…

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Skateboarding Loses Dylan Rieder, A King Of Style

One of skateboarding’s golden sons, Dylan Rieder, has passed away at 28 after complications with cancer. He was one of the world’s most stylish, energetic and loved skateboarders, a true pillar of the community. If you haven’t had a chance to watch Dylan skate, grab a notepad and a pen – be prepared to take…

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Alva talks pool skating

Alva talks pool skating

The connection between surfing and skating over the past 30 years runs deep. Spanning from Tony Alva and the Z-Boys and on to yesterday’s Coastal Carnage at the US Open of Surfing, we continue to see the influence translated from concrete to water and vice versa.  This is a special week on Korduroy, ‘Concrete Week,’ where we…

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4 Reasons Surfers Get Overly Aggressive in the Lineup

4 Reasons Surfers Get Overly Aggressive in the Lineup

4 Reasons Surfers Get Overly Aggressive in the Lineup By Nesta This post was inspired by my recent trip to the north shore of Oahu. I have to admit: I was totally presumptuous in thinking that it would be difficult to have an enjoyable surfing experience there. I thought the localism would be tough to…

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Peter St. Pierre

Peter St. Pierre

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