SOTY Party 2016
Brian Anderson and Jim Thiebaud are no strangers to SOTY parties
SOTY and his folks
The lovely Vitello ladies
Chico and Ando
Mira mira at Sydneys cleavage
Mickey and Dakota
Jetski and Creepy
Nuge, Trujillo, and Razo
Mike bro management: Sieben, Gilbert and Burnett
Ishod, K-Walks, and Ant Travis
Tsuyoshi, Arco, Sho
Albino, Monk, and Sarge
Matt B and Clive D
Dave and Jerome behind the scenes making dreams come true
Dela and Berman
Jake Johnson, and GX
S F C
Opening band had some familiar faces
Loy and Berle
J-Lay had a box of tees from Vans
Daan with dat new SOTY shirt
God damn, Danava shreds
Smilng faces everywhere
From SOTY trophy to photographer, Big Ern's got us covered
Ryan Lovell, Grant Hatfield and Elijah Berle
DAF Noah and Kevin Baekkel
Fatty and Row-Zo
Raven & Raney
Special guest, Rappin 4-Tay
Tighter then a glove
Don't fight the feeling it's time to unwind
Happy bday Brette
TV and 4-Tay
Then for the almighty Rusty award
SF, we out here!
Burndog with the bubbly
Another year in the books, no one does it better. Congrats Kyle and thanks to everyone who was a part of making this happen. See ya on the highway...
6/18/2018The REAL Team kicked off their Actions REALized Tour at Uprise Skateshop in Chicago with a packed house premiere of the new Out of Sight series and a 20 Fucking Years Uprise board-release party.
6/15/2018You can’t touch Hubbard’s style. He was one of the most unique individuals in skateboarding. A true artist. Most of his moves he made up and named himself. This vid is just a mere peek into the depths of his creativity. We truly lost one of the biggest visionaries of our time and we are forever in his debt. Pick up a shovel and get to work for Hubs. –Sam Hitz
6/13/2018With the premiere of Purple, Converse took a couple of guys on a demo trip down the Western Coast, from Sacramento all the way down to Long Beach. Needless to say, it was more of a victory vacation than actual work.
6/13/2018The Hubbard family wishes to donate their proceeds of the sales to the skaters of The Oglala Lakota Nation in the form of skateboards. Monk was made an honorary member of the tribe while building the Pine Ridge skatepark alongside the locals and tribe. This park will forever be one of Mark's proudest contributions. Additionally Beer City will also be donating skateboards to the tribe.
6/12/2018A memorial fund has been created to ease the shock and financial burden of Mark's passing and to help provide for the future.