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All the Skate Stuff You Should Know

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The Muska did one of the most amazing things a human could. Muska respectfully declined his induction into the Skateboarding Hall Of Fame this year and suggested Kareem Campbell take his spot.

In part, Muska writes on Instagram:

“I know Kareem would of made it in the Hall Of Fame without this suggestion, but I truly believe that now is the time to show the world the racial boundaries that Skateboarding, especially “Street Skateboarding” breaks.”

If that didn’t get you, this will. Kareem responded!

“My HOF moment will surely come and if not I already feel it because of the love and respect you have always shown. All politics to the side, you deserve this HOF induction and I proudly stand with you always and forever my brother.”

No word yet from the International Skateboarding Hall of Fame and the International Association of Skateboard Companies (IASC). The world can learn a lot from skating and the people in its community.



    • Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ 1 + 2 announced a slew of new blood that will be in the game in addition to the OGs you’d expect. Joining the roster are Leticia Bufoni, Tyshawn Jones, Riley Hawk, Shane O’Neill, Lizzie Armanto, Nyjah Huston, Leo Baker, and Aori Nishimura.
    • Creature skateboards are giving one lucky designer the opportunity to have their art represented on a Limited Edition Creature skateboard, a 1-year subscription to @juxtapozmag, and $500 USD in #CreatureGraphicFreakOut contest. One week left to submit. Head over to their IG to find out more details.
    • MasterClass just launched a new class with the birdman himself. In celebration of the launch, Hawk also kicked off the NBD/Best Trick Challenge​ on his IG,​​ inviting some of the top names in skating to compete in a four day best trick challenge.
    • Deluxe has been doing a lot of progressive work as of late including helping get skaters registered to vote.
    • We mentioned it last week but Dan Mencia’s “Insighted” podcast is now live now on Apple Podcasts and Google.
    • GRRRND ZERO is a new project from French skater, Julien Paccard. The project is all about exploring skate spots and their specific textures, skated by skateboarders.



    • “Rolling Free: The Story of Daniel Robinson.” Facing life in prison, Daniel Robinson (@doggy_jitsu) relied on skate mags and video games to keep him motivated. Part 1 and Part 2.
    • Special Sauce holds a special place in my heart. It was my hometown shop (literally grew up in Bay Shore) and Hunter Street Films put a rad doc together.
    • Pocket mag premiered Daniel Meyer‘s new part, “DonBonBon.”
    • Vans released its latest edit celebrating the brand’s Mexico skate team, and these spots look insane.
    • Jesse Boudreau’s “PURPLE GOLD” part is out of control. This dude isn’t human.
    • Danny Wainwright has been riding for Vans for 20 years. Scope out this retrospective with some career highlights.
    • French-Belgian state humor is on full display in Jacky Turbo ” This is my TEMPO.” You just need to watch this if nothing else.


    • Alexis Sablone‘s is releasing a new One Star Pro shoe, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. They also released a dope mini-film to go with it.
    • HUF has unveiled its Godzilla-inspired collection just in time for summer.
    • Diamond Supply Co. teased some badass hardware from Diego Nájera.
    • Fucking Awesome x adidas Tyshawn is dropping in the coming weeks at select shops around the country and in Europe.
    • Girl re-upped its Pop Secret boards.
    • Zero teamed up with metal legends Iron Maiden for a sweet collab.


Skateistan is an international non-profit empowering youth through skateboarding and education in Afghanistan, Cambodia, and South Africa. Recently, they launched a new campaign called “It’s Her Turn.” The campaign’s goal is to empower and inspire girls to be whatever they dream of being.

Around half of Skateistan students are girls and all Skate Schools have female General Managers, and because of their programs, the highest concentration of female skaters in the world can be found in northern Afghanistan.

“It’s Her Turn” is hoping to raise $75,000 to help benefit Skateistan students and will run until the end of July. You can donate here.