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61 Responses to “Montre Livingston joins the USD pro team”
North Carolina stand up, that’s a good look for Montre and I’m happy to hear that a company like USD sign him. Cheers more beer and weed.
P.S Montre I know what you did on the couch in NYC 2 years ago. LOL
Knwwit ff uring blader cup .got confirmed with the next week news.funny thing is he xant go to rb cause he h as a kid a needs around 3k monthly. Or the industry average and paid for trips to any and all comps either way. He’ll stay for a year until what he needs comes along
Montre is one of the most gifted athletes on the planet period . He could have been whatever he wanted to be in life . All of the Carolina Skaters and I are so proud of him . He consciously decided to become a true ambassador of the most underground extreme sport and he represents Charlotte to the fullest and Blading Worldwide like non other so he deserves all his success !!! BIg Ups LIl Bro
Without a doubt you will all recieve your information soon.. Any content you’re hoping to see is soon on the way, the new web site will launch soon, new skates announced..
Plenty is on the way.. For now we focused on our support for the WRS event. Wanted to do our best to contribute in every way to the industry. Pro specific edits will drop soon along with any announcements that need to be made..
If the WRS edit had not dropped you would have seen a team edit to announce the Pro’s but things happen.. We’re all just skating and doing our best to contribute in our own ways.
Thanks for all your support and once again so very happy to have Montre on the team..
the inverted cross could just as likely be a cross of St. Peter. In which case, it is a symbol of humility. Given Montre’s apparently affiliation with Rasta, it seems most likely that it simply an outwards symbol of inward humility towards Jah.