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Design-a-Tee 7

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Welcome to the seventh edition of Emerica's ongoing Design-A-Tee contests, in which we empower you, the ranks of Emerican youth, to create the best Emerica T-shirt graphic ever. You must enter Design-A-Tee 7 as soon as possible, though, as this contest officially closes on January 15, 2007. So, you better get crackin' and get creative!

Heath Kirchart on Emerica Gear!

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Well, as it turns out, the rumor is true! Emerica legend and leader of the Wild Ride pack, Heath Kirchart, is the first pro to join our stellar clothing and accessories collection called Emerica Gear!

Heath is already hard at work here at Emerica headquarters designing his very own line of signature clothing, which will be available in skate shops in Summer 2007. Keep an eye out as Heath sports his new threads at a spot near you, and don't forget to send mom or dad down to your local skate shop to pick up all your favorite new Emerica Gear for Holiday 2006. Christmas is almost here!

Stay tuned, Emericanos, because there's much more to come! This is Skateboarding Gear!

Cory Gunn

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Age: 17

This month's sponsor me video came in from 17 year-old ripper Cory Gunn from Atlanta, Georgia. Cory has put together some pretty cool footage. He is quite fond of handrails, and throws down tricks with a solid style. Cory's video has a couple of lines that are cool and he's got a pretty good frontside flip. He definitely has all the basics down on handrails. He skates like he loves it, and I'm sure he will keep progressing in the future. Cory just earned himself a free pair of Emerica shoes!--Jeff Henderson

The Skateboard Mag

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Not only is The Skateboard Mag the best, um, skateboard mag in the business, they also maintain one of the bitchin'est skate sites on the whole darn World Wide Web. It's bursting with a plethora of features like staff blogs, a happenings events section, podcasts, detailed events coverage and a crops photo section. In the interact section, you can even submit questions or comments for the Mailstrom, Chirp and Dear Uncle Lee sections of the printed version of The Skateboard Mag. How handy! Don't delay, visit their site today!