It’s old, incredibly gritty, and teeming with tourists, but Tom Knox and crew devote this episode to one of Britain’s most legendary spots.
The House Of Vans opened in Chicago this month with a packed schedule of curated events, workshops, and frequent skate jams. Last weekend, Gilbert Crockett hosted a fun wear test at the new facility for the locals to try out his new Pro shoe: the Crockett Pro 2.
The Berrics park was built on a solid foundation; the glorious cured ‘crete is like glass. Whenever the New Balance team slides on through, they don’t even try to skirt-skirt the issue—they go four-on-the-floor until they can’t take it no mo’. Furthermore, they take it fartherer.
I sure do miss In-n-Out Burgers… We need one in the midwest!!
So cool to see Sean’s buttery style back on the streets. I enjoyed the song a lot too!
Evan Smith is one of the most creative skaters there is. Part 2 of DC Shoes’
I’ve been watching The Curse of Oak Island and they’ve been showing these old photos of President Roosevelt, and all I can think about is that Sebo Walker could play a spot on version of him if anyone was wondering… Now get back to skateboarding.
The skatable skateboard at 11:44 is such a fun idea!