Cool video of the fantastical adventure/comedy/skateboarding film crew featuring Rick McCrank. They are in Paris, France for the Public Domaine art show at La Gaité Lyrique. Did you see their new shoe on éS yet?
Did you do a review video for the new Square Two Fusion, or one of our other shoes? Send us the link to the video and we might post it up! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every other Thursday we invite a skateshop to our TF for a skate session. Tonight Identity Boardshop came with a crew of employees and friends for a heated session and free pizza.
Your shop wants to be next? Have the store owner/manager hit up the local
éS rep or shoot us an email at email@example.com and we'll see if we can make it happen for you guys.
Whatever you do today make sure those 4 wheels roll around and enjoy skateboarding!
Tomorrow it's Go Skateboarding Day all over the world. Of course any day should be go skateboarding day, but this is a day to get positive attention on something we all love.
Stevie Perez: "Were driving to Chicago tomorrow..prolly ain't gona be skating..It's Lil Tony's birthday though."
Bobby Worrest: "Rollerskating in Washington DC."
Josh Matthews: "I have to take my motorcycle to the mechanic in the morning but after that I'll be hitting the streets. We got a heat wave right now in SF!"
On Thursday, July 7, the éS team kicks off off their two week Tri-X Trip in Santa Cruz, CA at Skateworks and Bill's Wheels.
They will be accompanied by photographer Joe Brook through San Francisco, Eugene, Portland, Olympia and Seattle.
Joe will also host photo shows at FTC in San Francisco and Goods in Seattle and give out a limited number of his new book, which chronicles, in photos, his travels and his relationship with éS through the years.
The Tri-X Trip is named after a classic high-speed black-and-white film from Kodak that Joe Brook fancies.
“A lot of people use Tri-X, but it’s my personal favorite,” says Joe. “Many of the photos in the show and book have been shot over many years of being on the road with the éS team. It shows the past and present riders of the éS team.”
“When Scuba Steve called me and asked if I wanted to do a shoe with éS, I instantly said “yes”. I always wear the Accel and the Square Two is the new slim version of that shoe. I picked the waxed canvas because I always wear suede and I wanted this shoe to look a little different than all the other ones out there. I grew up working construction, so the material reminds me of that. It looks tough, yet very clean. I’m super hyped and it’s an honor to get a shoe.”