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The brand produced a color-saturated video with bikini-clad women lounging by an empty pool. A couple of years ago, Girl skateboards even offered a typically postmodern and witty interpretation of the mini-plastic skateboard by featuring contemporary board shapes emblazoned with photographs of brightly colored vintage plastic skateboards.
Krooked Skateboards has also introduced its own brand of plastic boards.
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Lance Mountain, perhaps skateboarding's most beloved elder statesmen, is currently collaborating with Gold Cup to create a line of "banana boards. I think having it as a toy -- playing on it first -- is a way to fall in love with it.
That's what it was for us [growing up]. It was a toy. You played on it.
Rather than something that teaches you that this is sport, or a way to make a living or a way to beat or outdo someone. I think that's why they're having a little resurgence right now. There's a lot of kids that couldn't care less what the pro scene is doing. That said, we do take a lot of time and effort to not make a cheap product Grayson [Fletcher] can do ollie to tail four feet high on them.
And it doesn't even have a tail! But it's a fun product that has the flair of something from the past. Penny skateboards have been widely accepted and now people are skating our Plastic Penny boards in 35 countries around the world. Pretty stoked to say the least.
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People didn't understand they actually worked. So we put a little video out and then skaters understood, 'Crap, you can actually ride that tiny thing. They might not be the most practical skateboard to ride, but if you have fun on one, then I say go for it," says Ando Nesia, manager of San Francisco's FTC skate shop.
I am not going to think of a funny quote for you," says a sales associate at Supreme Los Angeles, one of the cathedrals of skateboarding cool. But to each his own. You throw them down to go to the store," explains a sales associate at Supreme's Manhattan store. We carry Deluxe and our own brand of cruisers.
Some things are still sacred. Makaha and the rise of the plastic skateboard Though plastic skateboards are again all the rage, they have by the standards of skateboarding a long history. Their heyday was the s, when Larry Stevenson, a former Venice Beach lifeguard, developed a line of plastic boards for his seminal skateboard brand Makaha.
Stevenson, who served in the Navy during the Korean War, had always loved the ocean and named the company Makaha in homage to a popular surf break in Honolulu. Though professionals always shied from plastic boards -- then as now preferring wood decks for their most difficult tricks -- Makaha dominated the mainstream skateboarding market for the better part of the s, until seven-ply maple became the dominant paradigm around Stevenson also patented the first kicktail and issued the first pro-endorsed skateboard in The "Phil Edwards" model, named for the legendary surfer, was recently listed by Transworld Skateboarding as the single most influential skateboard product of all time.
Retro-style fun with '70s-inspired cruisers. Dusters skateboards Larry Stevenson passed away in March. However, his son Curt Stevenson still runs Makaha. So this is basically the second coming of the plastic skateboard. They wanted to be able to mass-produce skateboards.
My dad suggested, 'Let's make plastic skateboards, because I can make them every two seconds and we can get you as many as you want. They didn't do it because it was the better skateboard. They did it because the whole world could have a skateboard now. But skateboarding is different.
What annoys me is that these grown-ups are brazenly enjoying something that felt rebellious in my youth. Skateboarding was dangerous, reckless, often illegal. I can remember many occasions where my tiny mates and I were chased out of private concrete car parks by security guards.
These angry grown-ups shook their fists in our general direction while shouting things like, "Damn you little skate punks!
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Damn you to hell! However and this is a big howeverwhen you think about it, skateboarding is actually quite a sensible mode of transport. Quicker than a jog, greener than a car, skateboards surf pavements rather than annoy taxis on the road like bikes so often do.
You can take one on a train and not clog up the whole aisle, then store it under your desk at work. For commuting they make so much sense, yet they're also still possibly the most fun mode of transport since the space-hopper.
Why shouldn't a grown man skateboard?