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Decenzo Qualifies First in Street League

By Graham Williams Category Archives: Fun Stuff In: Contests, Demos and Tours, Fun Stuff, Industry News, New Arrivals, Pro Skaters and Sponsors, Warehouse Skateboards

After a throw down of epic proportions yesterday, Ryan Decenzo has anchored his spot in the 2014 SLS Nike SB World Tour. Yesterday’s round was one of the more intense, hammer dropping rounds we’ve seen in a long time. To put how close this round was into perspective, after placing sixth, second and taking the  Continue Reading »

Paul Rodriguez Off Plan B Skateboards

By Graham Williams Category Archives: Fun Stuff In: Fun Stuff, Industry News, Pro Skaters and Sponsors, Products, Warehouse Skateboards

After much debate across the internet forums and Instagram feeds, Paul Rodriguez has officially announced that he no longer skates for Plan B Skateboards. In an interview for Power 106FM, a Los Angeles radio station, P-Rod explains that, “I’m in a point in my career where I kind of want to take some ownership of  Continue Reading »

National Go Skateboarding Day Contest!

By Graham Williams Category Archives: Fun Stuff In: Contests, Fun Stuff, New Arrivals, Products, Warehouse Skateboards

To celebrate Go Skateboarding Day this year, Warehouse Skateboards is going all out.  This year, we’re going to be awarding one lucky winner with an official OC Ramps Quarter Pipe Kit.  To enter for a chance to win this bad boy, all you have to do is follow us on Instagram at “Warehouse_Skateboards”, snap a  Continue Reading »

Alex Olson and Brian Anderson Off Girl Skateboards

By Graham Williams Category Archives: Fun Stuff In: Fun Stuff, Industry News, Pro Skaters and Sponsors, Warehouse Skateboards

Girls Skateboards has announced that two of their key riders will unfortunately be taking their talents elsewhere.  On May 16th, Brian Anderson put in his official letter of resignation from Girl, not long after Jason Dill and Anthony Van Engelen made their announcement that they would be leaving Alien Workshop.  On May 21, Alex Olson  Continue Reading »