Thursday, May 31, 2012

Photo Thursday: Garrison Conklin

You may recall seeing a video of this in the Photo Profile article on Weston Colton.
The photo turned out really rad!

Photo: Weston Colton

So Far So Good

New edit by Jeff Griffin.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

New 2012 Palace Skateboards gear!

All the latest offerings from Palace skateboards are finally here!!

What Palace is all about.

and a classic Olly Todd part.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Domestics clothing is here!

Domestics clothing is made in Carteret, NJ and is ran and operated by Fred Gall, Joe Dorsi, and Andrew Petillo. The team is amazing and stock full of some of east coasts finest and more. Make sure to check the blog for consistently rad coverage of the team and new product.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

BC Renewal SLC/Real Decks!

We will have these in the shop on Friday. The first ten sold come with a free Real T shirt!

Sunday, May 6, 2012

New Traffic Icon series decks and More

We just received all the latest offering from Traffic skateboards.

Photo: Forrest Huber

For this post I decided to display classic parts from Ricky Oyola and Bobby Puleo.

Bobby Puleo - La Luz

Ricky Oyola - 7 Year Glitch

Thursday, May 3, 2012

SLUG Magazine Photo Feature: Garrison Conklin

Check out Garrison in the May Issue of SLUG Magazine.
Words by: Samuel Milianta

[Photo: Samuel Milianta]

"It seems that every time I go out skating with Garrison Conklin, I end up with at least three great photos of him. He’s the kind of guy who skates all those “almost a spot” spots and makes it seem effortless. He’s got massive ollies and quick, little ninja feet.

This spot on Broadway has been around as long as I can remember, and the frontside boneless has been a staple trick even longer. It was about time we made profiles for the weird plaque bank on Broadway and the frontside boneless and finally hooked the two of them up. I’m glad that Conklin got to be the official chauffeur on their first date."

Garrison Conklin, Frontside Boneless. Salt Lake City, UT, 2012.

For more from the May issue of SLUG go here.