Posted by Chris, Friday, June 26, 2015 9:50 AM
Damn...I don't think Baker has come through here with a demo since 2004, so it sure will be sick to see those dudes. Come hang out with them July 7th and make sure your phone is charged.
Posted by Adam Washell, Thursday, June 25, 2015 4:26 PM
We are proud to announce that next Thursday July 2nd, the Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 9 Elite will be dropping in-store and online at SPoTTampa.com. To help celebrate ten years of Paul's outstanding relationship with the SB brand, Nike is presenting this exclusive shoe packed full of amazing technology. Independent Zoom Air units provide cushioning where you need it, while Flywire cables keep your foot locked down. Follow us on Twitter @SPoTTampa for a quick link Thursday morning. See more photos.
Posted by Paul Zitzer, Thursday, June 25, 2015 12:13 PM
After seeing the last ten or so years of Fred Gall doing noseblunt yanker drop ins and plowing through the world’s worst spots with seemingly average moves, I’ll forgive you kids for not loving Freddy the way you should. Sure maybe his best days are behind him, but that can’t take away from what he accomplished in his prime. This part is from Sub Zero skateshops’s Real Life video from 1994, which was filmed and edited by Dan Wolfe. This was the project that paved the way for Eastern Exposure III (even more so than EE I and EE II) and launched Dan into the limelight of professional skate film making. It should be noted that Real Life was made before Philly really blew up and features heaps of footage from Love Park in its glory days. It also has parts from Ricky Oyola, Serge Trudnowski, and Matt Reason (RIP), look for their stuff in Part I. Pretty sure this is probably one of Suciu’s favorite videos, but that’s just speculation.
Posted by Chris, Wednesday, June 24, 2015 3:59 PM
So hyped for the next joint from Shaqueefa squad, featuring our homies Jereme Knibbs, Chris Jata, Scotty the Body, Piro Sierra, Robby Kirkland, Dave Cruz, Jimmy Lannon, Manny Rodriguez and more. Release date coming soon, but for now...here's the trailer.
Posted by Chris, Wednesday, June 24, 2015 12:49 PM
This will mark the 5th year since Brian Schaefer and crew opened up The Bricks and SPoT's sister skate shop in Ybor City, FL. The idea was to host bands, art shows, DJs and after parties during Tampa Am, Tampa Pro and other Skatepark of Tampa events, and have a fully-functioning restaurant with great food and run by great people. We're still doing great things in 2015 and can't wait for 5 more years. Come help us celebrate with a badass Block Party, courtesy of Vans and with help from our friends at SubAp! Full details here.