Following the release of Supreme's video, Cherry, something unexpected happened to skateboarding’s economy: skate shops started selling a shit load of Chuck Taylors
Break out your spike belt, find your skull logo T-shirt and enjoy the nostalgia.
With the addition of The Skateboard Mag, The Berrics are positioned to be even bigger players in the skate world than most realize.
We took the train uptown to Eugene Kang's apartment, where he runs Terminal Skateshop out of his living room.
There have been plenty of controversial art put on skateboards over there years, but these are the ones that really went over the line.
1 city block, 10 tricks, no pushing, and a shit load of dodged cracks.
Some tricks, some bails, and a conversation about the state of skateboarding.