Posted by Chris, Tuesday, September 01, 2015 9:59 AM
For the Damn Am Select Series Woodward PA stop we decided to throw an [oxymoronically named] Mini Mega contest for the first time ever since, well, since it’s the first time we’ve ever done a Damn Am where that might be an option. Mini Mega ramps are few and far between for a reason: They’re HUGE! There isn’t anything mini about them when you’re standing on top of the roll in and the quarterpipe looks like it’s a mile way and the biggest launcher of your lifetime is standing between you and it. That said, big ups to the brave rippers that step to it, 20+ who came to do battle at Woodward. Check this video out; these kids killed it! A big thanks to the camp Woodward video team for putting together this rad edit to give you just a taste of what went down. Looking forward to doing it again. - Paul Zitzer While you're here, check out Street League's coverage of Damn Am Woodward PA and don't forget to follow them @Streetleague.
Posted by Chris, Monday, August 31, 2015 1:26 PM
Check out Melbourne, Australia's Pass-Port Skateboards and all the rad stuff they've been dropping lately, including a Nike SB Blazer release on this week's SPoT Product Watch.
Posted by Chris, Monday, August 31, 2015 10:57 AM
For years, brown paper bags have been distributed to hide, conceal, and carry adult beverages to deter any law enforcement that would get in their way. Nike SB has taken this idea and draped their shoe with a completely new look that comes straight from the corner store. Read more. Pick up a pair.
Posted by Chris, Sunday, August 30, 2015 9:10 AM
That's it for our first Damn Am from Woodward PA. Everyone was stoked, these dudes ripped and that's all that counts. High-fives to everyone who placed, and hell...everyone who came out, for that matter. Without you, these contests would be pretty boring. And a huge thanks to all our sponsors: C1RCA, Bones Wheels, Dakine, Independent, Santa Cruz, Bones Bearings, Transworld, Ride Channel, Street League, Mob Grip, and of course, all the rad people at Woodward Skate Camp for letting us crash their Summer Camp. Next stop: NYC! See photos.
Posted by Chris, Saturday, August 29, 2015 11:14 PM
It was a close call, but in the end, Florida's own Josh Douglas came out first place in Finals during Damn Am at Woodward Camp with a buttery style and a mixed bag of tricks. Congrats to him and to Alex Midler (2nd) and Liam McCabe (3rd). Stay tuned for the full episode of SPoT Life from the Finals and Best Trick, and don't forget to follow us @SPoTTampa.