Thats right, the photoshopped boxes tell no lies, if you are racing, you get deals. BAM. Read the rest of the article for the fineprint.
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Pat has a voice thats as smooth as cream, I want him in my coffee. Let his sultry words show you the wonders of ripping the sharpest textured sheets of griptape available.
We were super stoked to have the opportunity to have such a infamous and talented racer give a clear and concise demo on gripping in our shop. Its suprisingly difficult, and many a grommet spend hours peeling tiny pieces to try to emulate such a exact design. But the end product is something curved to fit exactly your foot and style. Or if you mess it up, a lumpy board and wasted griptape. Learn from the best and do it right!
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The exceptionally hard work of Charlie Tidd, Adam Winston and Jeremy Metro culminated a beautiful arrangement of concrete and wood. Passion and material melded to create a bowl of epic proportions and small stature. This beast of a mini-bowl is Flatspots’ pride and joy. And once the word was done, we had a party. Thanks to skateslate for filming and documenting the adventure.
If you want to skate this bowl, drop by flatspot with some small change, a bucket and a board, and you are good to go. Unfortunately the bowl shares a wall with the offices for a travel agency next door. Sitting at a desk and selling plane tickets can become a miserable thing when you can hear the wonderous fun of skateboarding 10 ft. away. So we respect their quality of life and ONLY SKATE THE BOWL PAST 6PM.
Folk is so literally local that we can deliver boards on a lunch break. If you are in the large yet uncounted category of people who want something a little larger or more unique than a standard popsickle, than these boards are made with you in mind.
Step by step instructions on how to get stickers, and why an email wont cut it.