"Never has so little meant so much to so many." I think that's the way the ad was worded anyway. The introduction of a new dual wheelbase and variable nose size along with the addition of about an inch and a half in length to what was already one of skateboarding's top selling boards, was, indeed, a big deal to a great lot of people at the time, myself included. The Natas, previously measuring in at 10" x 30", had been re-worked, slimmed, and stretched to a 9.75" by 31.5" plank of street machinery. Minds were blown and skateboarding evolved a little more.
“I don’t want to see a Frito’s commercial with a skateboarder on it. It’s not in the spirit of skateboarding. We’re not supposed to be in the limelight. We’re supposed to be the scuttlebutt. We’re not supposed to be heroes. We’re supposed to be zeroes. If we look good, we look bad.”
"I don't care what people say about me. I'm just out there having fun..."