Loaded boards have done what is sometimes unimaginable and updated and added to the line up to include the all new Omakase directional single kick skateboard to their line up. Get all the details here and check out the new Palm and Roe versions of the Omakase. // read more
If you missed the live auction this year, you blew it!! We auctioned off some incredible new gear, good condition demo boards, vintage collector boards, and even precision trucks. Huge thanks to everyone who tuned in, shared the video, and bid on gear!! Thanks for the support <3 // read more
Fresh Meat!!! We’ve partnered with Zakk Hall and Meat Bicycle Skate Co. to bring in some of his custom crafted skate machines. Each deck is made in Colorado and finished by hand with Zakk’s own design flares, one-by-one. // read more
We’ve been stoked to stock Fs Boards in our shop this season. We wouldn’t normally look to clear out such rad boards so quickly, but The Chief and Fs Boards have said they want skaters to get the best deal they can, so we’re on board to help.
We met Fs Boards a couple years ago when they came out to the Attack of Danger Bay here on the west coast. Getting to know these dudes it was clear their passion for skateboarding was deep and they were doing it right and having all the fun. With their roots firmly planted and growing out of their Long Island, NY garages, they have a DIY mentality much like us and have bootstrapped the production of their designs into a well rounded, but tight, line up of American made boards. Not only are their boards well crafted, they come with some clean, simple designs that really make them as stylish as they are functional. Gerry Kreuder [The Chief] and his crew at Fs Boards Inc. have pour more and more of their life, heart, and soul into creating some incredibly quality boards for their friends and community. // read more
Max Capps has been in the game for a long while as a top level skater but what most people don’t realize is that chopping boards got him into the game in the first place. Since the mid-2000’s, Max has tried to make the most out of every board by modifying them to have special functionality. Back in May, Max made a trip back to Vancouver for Danger Bay and stopped by Flatspot to chop a few boards while he was in town.
Max Capps has been in the game for a long while as a top level skater but what most people don’t realize is that chopping boards got him into the game in the first place. Since the mid-2000’s, Max has tried to make the most out of every board by modifying them to have special functionality.
Back in May while he was in British Columbia to race Danger Bay, Max made a trip back to Flatspot to chop up a few boards and we asked Tyler Topping to snap some photos and help us tell the story. // read more