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Kick Me!

Long Beach blowout to celebrate Collin Provost's new signature Emerica kicks.

Posted: June 27, 2013


Oh, there will be rock. You ain't got to worry about that.



Seminal behind-the-scenesters, August and The Dude.



Straight into drink ticket theatrics.



Note: this is not the ID that got Kirby into the bar.



Friends of cats, the Harmonys!



Dan Rogers regaling Figgy with tales of boardslides yet unslid.



And who's on the business end of this loving embrace?



Yes!



These guys!



The Blackouts, double bird, mountain high.



DL hunkers down over the new mag. Oh for sure!



Confronting the Skate Rock survivor!



'If you guys want to play some Lungfish I've got it on my phone ...'



Blake, already settled into that Yacht Club lifestyle.



Clear instructions. Tempster is nothing if not reliable.



Spence, Don and Murph keepin' it lights-on style!



'Shhh. He wants to say somethin' ....'



Stoked



Dun-dun-duhhhh!!!



Is he hyped?


Oh yeah.



Nothing left to do with a gold shoe but to party with it.



Harsh Toke.



Heavy duty.

Slaying it.



Out front, quick equipment check.



The Tempster detects a slight abberation in the nose, however.



World Exclusive: Ed's triumphant return to skateboarding!



Nah, bro. Guess we'll have to wait for that video.



Barndog and The Karp wedge in on some Dan Lu.



Lots to smile about!



Marketing dept. Don't mess.



Gang's all here.



Quiet please. Artists at work.



Handsome young people, everywhere.



Kirby horns in on Joey's emerging stardom.



That van the Dude's forever recarpeting.







Without these two this night would've never happened. Nice work, Mom and Dad!



You can imagine where it went from here. Congrats on the shoe, Spider.

Last modified on Thursday, 27 June 2013 09:52
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