Why do we like the Street Urchins so much? They’re just a suburban crew that doesn’t take themselves too seriously and is obsessed with early and mid 00s skateboarding. They put together these fun little edits that may not be the most groundbreaking NBD shit, but they’re down to cause some dorky mayhem in the process. You know, the little brainless things that make skateboarding fun in the first place.
For this episode, Urchins filmer Mike Breitmaier headed down to Florida and captured some backyard hick skating with the southern crew. Mike also collab’d with the clothing brand, Florida Daze on a shirt to accompany their video. They were inspired by the classic tourist Disney World shirts and spiced ’em up and flipped the design their own way. These are available now on the Street Urchins web shop and soon via the Florida Daze web shop and at Skate Park of Tampa.
Without further ado, we are hyped to present The Street Urchins, the Whitest Crew In Skateboarding™.
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DOES SIZE MATTER?
I hit up physical therapist Dr. Kyle Brown for some insight on whether or not our height plays a noticeable role in how we skate.
A FIRST LOOK AT OPERA AND SKATEBOARDING’S NEWEST GROUP OF BRANDS
Bill Weiss and a few of his close friends are picking up the pieces from the Dwindle rubble and starting fresh with a new slew of brands.
HOW CHAD CARUSO SKATED ACROSS AMERICA
Chad did it the way most skateboarders would: independently and without much of a plan.
PREMIERE: VIVIEN FEIL AND SOY PANDAY IN MAGENTA’S “JUST CRUISE II”
We hope to skate half as good as these dudes when we are in our 40s.
WHAT HAPPENED TO GERSHON MOSLEY?
From punching Andrew Reynolds, to not getting "pimped" by the industry, Gershon covers everything you wanted to know.
September 18, 2017 4:24 pm
fuck yes. 1488! white power!
September 18, 2017 5:24 pm
That shit had me geeking. The three flip to roller girl was fuct
September 18, 2017 7:24 pm
the tre to heelys had me rolling xD spot represent!
September 19, 2017 2:05 am
with good company and good vibes you find all the good spots and it’s like Jay Adams said: “It’s not what you do, it’s where you go”.