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All the Skate Stuff You Should Know

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Today is #ShuvitCancerDay, in honor of the amazing Elaine Shallcross. She passed away earlier this year but not before leaving her mark on the skate community and the world. Elaine founded the #ShuvitCancer movement after being diagnosed with cancer more than a year ago. Having never stepped on a board before, she made it her goal to do a shuvit to raise money for cancer research. Go film a clip for a cause.



    • Jimmy Gorecki and Keith Hufnagel recently sat down for a candid conversation about life and how the passing of Keenan Milton ultimately put Huf on a path towards figuring out life after skating and opening up the first HUF store in SF.
    • The key to longevity in skateboarding is knowing how to fall. Eli Reed shares some tips on the art falling.
    • Eric Dressen sat down to discuss one of the most influential parts of all time in Speed Freaks! Oh, yeah, and it was his from 1989.
    • The Hackney Bumps was an underused and underfunded public skatepark on the outskirts of the city of London. A team of locals decided to put together a documentary and a GoFundMe page to upgrade The Bumps.
    • Ishod Wair stopped by The Nine Club to chat skating a symmetrical board, why he thought he couldn’t skate anymore, switch crooks on the Oakland Courthouse out ledge, and a ton more.
    • Jenkem has an inside look with some dope photos about what it was like around NYC over the last couple of months.
    • Quell published a rad series of skate travel photos from Norma Ibarra in their latest ‘Behind The Lens’ series.
    • Nonprofit organization Skate Like a Girl is hosting 3 At Home Skate Camps  this summer.
    • Indoor skateparks are able to open over in London on door skateparks July 25th according to new guidance from our friends over in the UK.
    • Primitive published a 40+ page digital photo book with tons of shots from the filming of ENCORE.



    • This Nike clip from Nyjah where he’s getting chased by a drone is bonkers.
    • S8rats released Shari White’s part from Pump On This.
    • We don’t really know what to say about this one. You just have to watch Madars destroy everything in this six-minute “Domino” part from DC. 
    • One of our favorite goofy-riding rippers from the Netherlands, Rob Maatman crushed a handful of spots in the latest from Karaoke. 
    • Leandre Sanders dropped into The Berrics to film four minutes of complete madness at the park.
    • The Italian Vans team wanted to explore some new sights so they took a trip to Istanbul.
    • Tom Karangelov is up next for New Balance’s String Theory Case Files. 
    • Crunchy driveways, hill bombs, and lush mountainous backdrops. What more could you want from Free Skate Mag?
    • Phil Marshall and Casey Foley cruise through Melbourne, Australia in the latest for Vague.
    • Raw unedited files from iDabble.tv of Ryan Guiso’s “You Should Know” segment.
    • 16 minutes of pool mayhem with rippers like Omar Hassan, Clay Kreiner, Peter Hewitt, AJ Zavala, and way more.
    • Grosso and Chandler Burton get real about inclusion in skating and staying out of the comment section of your mind. 
    • Last night Girl premiered “Doll” 2.0 and it will make your July.


    • Justin Henry’s “World Peace” Vans collection dropped this week. The Justin Henry Style 36 Pro is a hella clean minimalist shoe with a clear message on the outsoles: World Peace.
    • Darkroom, the brand run by acclaimed designer Don Pendleton has been dropping hardgoods and softgoods for the summer.
    • FLIP released its “Boarding Pass” deck series, which are available online.
    • OJ Wheels has new Elite PROJs, Team Shapes, Blood Suckers, and more for your pushing pleasure.
    • GIRL x Lakai teamed up for the 90-3MC™ Reflective Cambridge.
    • Chocolate has a new “OG CHUNK” series of boards out. These are classics.
    • Fucking Awesome has a new Sage board available online and in shops.
    • Diamond is dropping Krispy Kreme donut-inspired Daewong hardware soon.
    • Supreme x Vans released a denim collab of Sk8-Hi Pros and Slip-On Pros.


After teasing the trailer for the last week Humanity Stoked finally pushed it live this morning! The documentary is an exploration into the challenges facing humanity as seen through the eyes of iconic professional skaters, activists, scientists, artists, musicians, and educators, all of whom share a love of skateboarding. The full documentary drops this fall.