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Down at the Crossroads

Posted: August 16, 2010


Trade show and tell.

 


New technologies, everywhere.


Quick peruse of the booths - Zorlac's back, with Newton at the helm.



TV and SP in the Thrashin' booth.


'We can't keep this shit in stock!!!!'


I&I


Spontaneous jump ramp comp.


The kickflip always takes it.


The boys at the 'Card.


The Wiz


Baker Boys kept it corpo with a putting green.


Wiggins managed the serious matters over at the Fallen booth.


Ohio Dave, La Vida Loco


Tosh n Joey


Lanny


Then I ran into this shrinking violet.




Skate time. First up, the Vans Off the Wall.


Nick Garcia has a bouncy backside noseblunt.




Aldrin goes Aaron Deeter on a backside boneless revert.


The French dude, noseblunt dive bomb.


Akers!


Believe it or not, he landed this lunch tray flip.


Rainey brough the Texas 'tude.


The legendary Sean Sheffey crushed crooks from all angles.




Truly an honor to behold.


Bad Chad took a feeble grind 270 out, the Richter way.


Garcia with a smith rewind.


Over to the eyeball.


Warming it up.



Nick Garcia, straight to biz.





Gap to lip on the down bank.


More foreign moves from the French.


Shef, with the switch nosegrind.




Harder to skate than you might imagine.


Finally, the green monster.


A treacherous combo of glass and aluminum.


Jamie briefs Jake on the details.


And begin.


The miracle of the weekend, 50 through the kinks.


Loy gaps to 'cane, wristguards and all.


Sheckler's brother was there!


Manny gets airbourne.


Kechaud continued his onslaught from last weekend.


Garrett was one of the few pros to battle this thing. Three flip 50 never quite came together.


The people's champion, Drew Dezort, with a stale to lip, among other moves.


This kid ripped - gap to bs nbs.


Sasha shut it down with the cab front board fakie. Oh Canada!


Jamie quashes the numbers in seclusion.


Not even the industry experts could predict the winners.


Marisa was strictly off the record about her broken arm.


Newly professional, continuously weird.


From Florida.


ODS




Paul and a friend.


Garret came up goose eggs. Sorry, bro.


Sean and his son, Julien.


All the way from France.


Ahem.....


The winners! This guy! Sorry I don't know anyone's names. You guys are all total rippers.


The backside noseblunt kid!


This dude, too.


And him!


'I'm sorry for calling you a Tony Hawk-ass faggot,'    'It's ok.'


Shef!


Texas!


Jake and Nick, DFL


Hale is one of the rippingest dudes around.


Dezort did it for all of us.


Kechaud!


Sasha was the big winner with that cab slider.


Nice job. All you guys.


And you guys, too.


'And especially, my son, you. Now go buy some marijuana cigarettes.'

Last modified on Monday, 16 August 2010 14:12
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