Designed as an entrance for torch-bearing athletes for the Ê»76 Olympics, The Big O is a tunnel with perfectly tight transitioned walls that open up into one of the best â€œnaturalâ€ miniramps on earth. It took the initiative of local skaters to make the spot what it is today. ItÊ¼s got a good vibe. One of the more fun things to ever skate.
Chaz Sand’s Fluid Frame has got a new shape for faster soul and topsides. Cess-Slides should be go easier. The groove and the space between the middle wheels is much bigger now, then before. But you can also ride with grindwheels.
So it is much easier to lock in and you have a great feeling with this new KIZER Frame.
Max Wheel size = 58mm outside, 57mm inside
Size S (38-41) , Size L (42-48)
A Bathing Ape (with a line of apparel called Bape) is a Japanese clothing company that specializes in urban streetwear.
It began in 1993 as a T-shirt brand and originated out of the Harajuku area of Shibuya in Tokyo becoming one of the very first Japanese streetwear brands to start in the early 1990s. Bape’s logo and themes are all derived from the original Planet of the Apes movies. The brand’s name is based on a common Japanese saying, “bathing in lukewarm water,” that describes the willingness of Japan’s youth to follow popular trends.
The Chronic Crew posted a video called the Kasa Memory (the Kasa is the Korean Aggressive Skating Association).
I’m sure you all allready heard about South Korea and the crazy level that you can see there, if you don’t then you can have a look at the movie called ‘The Aggressives‘ that were filmed there recently (click here for a review + images + trailers of the movie).