Baker Boys Christmas Demo


Words & photos: David  Broach

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas! The yuletide joy was shredding around yesterday in LA at Lincoln Park. Hundreds of bros came out for product tossed presents and to skate with the Baker x Deathwish teams at the annual Baker Boys Christmas Demo.



Alex, ready to document Christmas deathwishes


Dustin Dollin, holiday cheers


Beagle


Baker trees


CJ not sure about all of this


Bryan Herman and Shane Heyl


"I swear i'm not high"


Neen Williams, holiday cheers


Andrew Reynolds, fakie flip


Tristan Funkhouser, front crunt


CJ, nollie big heel


Erik Ellington, switch kickflip tailslide


Bryan Herman, first try nollie frontside flip


Jon Dickson, backside noseblunt


Moose, backside 360


Moose, big heel


Kirby, noseblunt bigspin



Fans


Moose and TK


Jim Greco approves


Nuge tossing gear


Throwing hammers

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