Daniel Shimizu gets a new board sponsor with Heroin Skateboards. Check out his welcome ad.
Monster introduces Danielle Ruiz as one of their newest girls to the Dime Squad which will be at this year’s Street League. Check out her intro video.
Curren Caples Weeek wraps up over at Vans with them looking into ace photographer, Anthony Acosta’s, archives at the Curren photos he’s shot over the years and the stories behind them.
Flip is proud to announce the newest member of the Am squad, Greyson Fletcher. Check him out this Saturday at the Vans ProTec Pool Party and stay tuned for more carnage and heavy ripping from Greyson.
Rise Above continues their feature on Oscar Loreto Jr. Born with a congenital birth defect that hindered the development of his left foot and both hands. Oscar began skateboarding to prove to himself and others that he would persevere and rise above his challenge.
BLVD’s Danny Montoya handles some street tech for his Might Healthy commercial.
Osiris spent the weekend in San Diego with International Rider Alex Massotti and this is what they got. Check it out.
Sit back and enjoy the first part to Arto Saari’s Epicly Later’d part 1.
Sixteen street skaters featuring Chad TimTim, Bobby Worrest, Collin Provost, Silas Baxter-Neal, Cory Kennedy, Nyjah Huston and more are on deck for the third iteration of X Games Real Street, with their video parts dropping June 5. Check this video teaser.
The Axion team featuring Manny Santiago, Kevin Taylor, Mike Maldonado, Jerry Cooper and Kyle Nicholson handle some business at Da Playground.
Vans continues their week with Curren Caples with his five favorite things around his home town of Ventura, CA.
The Australian company Penny Skateboards just put out an amazing little video about their history. It brings back the feeling of why all of us started skating and why we’re still doing it. Watch, learn and go skate!