Let's try and help out all the nice people that have been effected by the dang hurricane.
For every board that sells from our online store this week, we will donate 5 bucks to help out with food and clean water.
So, get in the store, find a board that makes you happy, and let's get these people some help, ok?
Our dude Cody went on a little trip to Mammoth to skate and camp and do whatever and they made a video to prove it.
Have a watch and then go buy some stuff.
New team dude alert! Cody Subido is now ripping for The Friend Ship. Watch that video up there and then wait patiently for a new part coming sooner than you would assume.
Oh, hey, while you're here, go buy somethin' would ya'? Thanks in advance.
I somehow got most of the team to come to The Berrics and let me film them flopping around.
Here's the proof!
Oh, and right now when you buy a board, wheels or a shirt, you get a shirt of my choosing.
Just specify what size you wear in the notes.
I'm not exactly sure how the discussion started, but Ryan Gallant and I got on the subject of Shark Wheels. I jokingly said that I would get him some to try out, and that turned into it us doing an actual wear test with a set that Shark Wheels was nice enough to send over.
At first glance, they look pretty weird. Almost square. If they were brown, they would look like something a dog left on the lawn. They're pretty soft, and kind of big. 70mm, I think. You definitely need riser pads with these things.
Ryan set them up and I think we were both surprised at how smooth they were. It didn't take long for him to adjust to the height and it seemed like they didn't give him much trouble. But that's Ryan, and he could probably skate a pizza box with bagels as wheels.
We went to a bunch of random spots and the wheels performed well. They left cool wallride marks and made a neat sound when Ryan did grinding tricks.
Would we recommend these to everyone? Probably not. But if you don't give a shit about weight, slideability or being looked at funny, we say go for it.