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Extinction Skateboards: Ken Sigafoos

Yeah, the Internet! That’s how I found out about this company called Extinction. It’s basically a one man operation based out of Pennsylvania and run by a guy named Scott Foster. At the time of this review he was/is running a special on the two decks shown here, $30 each (includes shipping!) or two for […]

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Cohort: 8.25″ Chase Ehrlich

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Gravity Skateboards: Fu Manchu Wheels 78mm 80A

Gravity Skateboards: Fu Manchu Wheels 78mm 80A I was finally able to pick up new wheels for my longboard setup when I found this set of Gravitys on sale at an online merchant. They’re the Fu Manchu model, 78mm and 80A, that means big and soft for those of you who grew up in the […]

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Rain Skates: Tsunamis and Yellow Jackets wheels

There was a time when a new set of wheels had a certain aura about them. It might have something to do with the fact that there used to be a wider variety of styles and colors available. For the most part, wheels have continued to go the route of the popsicle stick, becoming more […]

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Creature: Darren Navarette et al

NHS’s Creature is back from the dead, huh? The logo is extra cool, but some of the graphics are kind of generic looking, like a Molly Hatchet bootleg or bad fake tattoos. No web site either except for a flash animation that lets you sign up for mail. Hmmm, maybe this is why we get […]

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The Original Twister: Board de-warper

Here’s a product with a name that says exactly what it does. My guess its that the Original Twister was named with an eye for available web site domains rather than the need to differentiate itself from competitors. As far as I know, there are no other contraptions available for straightening out warped boards. The […]

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Phantom Trucks: Mini Tool

From Syndrome comes the Phantom Mini Tool. Since the days of the original Elephant Key, which was pretty crappy, skaters have wanted a decent portable skate tool. The Phantom is a rare original design for an old tool. The Phantom Mini Tool isn’t exactly the answer, but it’s still better than an Elephant Key. Basically […]

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Randal Trucks: R2 180mm Longboard Trucks.

I was first introduced to these trucks by a friend of mine who rides longboards full-time (Mild-Miles) on the streets and in any park. Last summer he had these on his board during a road trip we took to K-Falls and I was able to play around with them in a smooth empty parking lot. […]

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Sacrifice Skatebboards: Killer Cut Wheels

Sacrifice Skatebboards: Killer Cut – 97A wheels 63mm New-ish from Sacrifice Skateboards are these 63mm wheels called Killer Kut. These guys make some fine wood, but how are they on the wheels? One thing you’ll notice is that they don’t sell a million kinds of wheels, or even a couple, just this one set. So […]

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Cowboy Punk: Black Plague 61mm wheels

Cowboy Punk Black Plague wheels: 61mm, 97a, 36mm overall width, Contact width 18mm. Recently I hooked up some of the Cowboy Punk Black Plague 61 mm wheels to see how well they handle on different types of terrain. My first experience with these wheels was at the park in Newberg, OR (big, super smooth, fast […]

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