We just started carrying Earthwing Skateboards longboards here at Warehouse Skateboards. Earthwing skateboards has been around since the mid 1990s, coming out of New York City. Earthwing started experimenting with composite materials in their longboard skateboards, and in 2003, their first longboard using Kevlar, carbon fiber and birch wood was used to win the “Broadway Bomb” race. If you are looking for an awesome downhill longboard skateboard that is super strong and light, definitely check out Earthwing.
Recently, vinyl skateboards have been making a comeback and you’ve probably been seeing Penny skateboards all over the place in your local skate shops. Penny skateboards have been around since the early 80′s and have been making a strong resurgence in the last few months. Penny skateboards come in 2 models, the Penny being the smallest at 6″x22″ and the Dime, which is 7.5″x27″. These 2 plastic skateboard models come in a wide array of color combinations to suit any ones style. The original Penny skateboard features 3″ trucks with super soft 87A bushings and 59mm 78A wheels making this board perfect for cruising and carving down the streets during summer.
This summer it’s all about bombing hills and cruising the sidewalks on longboard skateboards. With top longboard brands such as Sector 9 longboards, Dregs longboards and Gravity longboards, Warehouse Skateboards is you’re one-stop-shop for all things longboard this summer. From high performance downhill longboard skateboards to every day riding around town cruiser skateboards, we’ve got you covered.
Nyjah Huston won another Street League stop this weekend in an event where he sprinted out of the gates early on and never looked back. With the win and $150,000 clinched, Nyjah Huston had one attempt left in the Big Section, and he didn’t disappoint. Landing a perfect kickflip backside noseblunt slide down the rail, Nyjah let everyone know there was a reason he was crowned champ.
Check out some of the footage of the final round of the 2012 Street League Kansas City stop.
We’re just 9 days away from the start of the 2012 Street League tour. With the first stop on tour returning to Kansas City, MO, skateboard fans will see a couple of new skateboards compete as well as a new skateboard course layout. This year’s Street League tour will hit Kansas City, California, Arizona and New Jersey.