Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Most Wonderful Time of the Year...


Whatever you do for the "Holidaze", we wish for you to do it with STYLE. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from Jeff and the Familia.

Saturday, August 29, 2009

I Know That Guy!


Low Curb by Keystone Skateboards.

Souled Out!

A friend picked up a pair of these and is pretty stoked on them. They look perfect for fall and winter skating.


The Blazers have great board feel and after only one session I was reminded of why I used to wear hi top shoes to skate in...

Pics from Kicks On Fire!

Thursday, July 2, 2009

O.G. Bank Session



The Beer Gut boosts a big boneless while Tommy ollies into the bank.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Go Skateboarding Day 2009


It's Official. Coonskin will be packed. I plan to hit the park early and then go street skating. Go Skateboarding Day Everyday!

Friday, June 5, 2009

9"x32" Beer Gut Big Board




First of all it's not a "pro" model because I'm not a "pro". I'm just lucky enough to have friends who are talented artists and who are cool enough to offer to stencil my board on their dime (THANK YOU TOM!!!). This is an Eastbilt deck that I purchased before they stopped pressing 9" boards. This deck will be equipped with Indy 169's and 58mm OJ III's. See you on the streets.

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Injury Skateboards Guest Model


Inspired by Joe Strummer, Bill Danforth, and the current punk rock stencil craze, Tom set me up with this prototype. 9"x32" "beer gut" big board coming soon. Thanks Tom! INJURY for LIFE!

SSDDIY


Another day and another grind.

Head First Art Show






Dane Klingaman and the Hansford Art House do it again!

Catching Up

After 20 some years I finally learned how to catch a no comply.
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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

(RE) Quest



Stripped the old grip off and laid down some new. Thinking about setting this back up with Indy 149's and 60mm 85a Rat Bones. Like Yandall said "Flat is Back".

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Old News to Some...




Zero skateboards have proven themselves to be contenders in today's market with durable decks and new technologies such as "Shallow Grave Concave" and "Dura-Slick" bottom boards. They are also at the forefront of the "Old School" deck market with some wicked shapes. Here are 3 pics from Zero.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Rip the Ripper Art Show


Read all about it here. The above piece is by Jimbo Phillips. Photo courtesy of Powell.

Mark Lake Nightmare Board


I was discussing old boards with crazy shapes with some friends online when one of them dropped this bomb on me. If you skated back in the 1980's you may remember this gem. If you were born back in the 1980's then you might be like WTF? Either way, Enjoy!

Thursday, January 15, 2009

One Cure for the Wintertime Blues


The indoor skatepark formerly known as "Focus" and "Area 51" has reopened and is going again. Pawnshop's HQ is also nearing completion. That is welcome news to anyone jonesing to skate during this time. Now if I could just some time off from work...