Check out these four winning beauties—all lovingly and painstakingly designed by you ever-creative kids!
Featuring Emerica pros Andrew Reynolds, Bryan Herman and the rest of the Shake Junt squad.
Help make Tool Shed beautiful! Give your generic kitty avatar the boot, then upload your own original Emeritar today! Just make sure it's 80 x 80 pixels, then upload it in the "Manage Profile" section of your Tool Shed page.
For those of you who don't already know:
Welcome to the newest feature of the Emerica Web site, the Tool Shed, an interactive skateboarding-based social network. Now you have the tools to build your very own profile page, where you can post video clips, photos and an Emeritar, plus write blog posts, create a quote and add friends. If that weren't enough, you even get your own domain name (yourname.emericaskate.com). So, what are you waiting for? Open up the Tool Shed and build your page today. Become a part of the Emerica family!
Check out Emerica pro Braydon Szafranki's fat 10-page interview in the brand-spankin'-new issue 37 of The Skateboard Mag. It's ha-ha-larious and chock-full o' sickter photos! Pick up a copy today down at your friendly neighborhood skate shop. If they don't have it, buy a subscription directly from The Skateboard Mag.
Check out Emerica pro Andrew Reynolds on the cover of the March 2007 issue of Concrete Skateboarding magazine out of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. There's also a nice eight-page tour article inside featuring the Emerica Canada team. Better pick up a copy!
Check out Emerica pro Andrew Reynolds on the cover of the March 2007 issue of Concrete Skateboarding magazine out of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. There's also a nice eight-page tour article inside featuring the Emerica Canada team.
Check out Emerica team rider Kevin "Spanky" Long, also known as K-Span, on Epicly Later'd TV! This funny episode features highlights from throughout Spank's whole young career in appropriate ADD fashion. Where else can you spot a wooden giraffe inside a refrigerator? Just look at Recent Episodes on the far right side under Show Info.
Publisher: Sean Kelly
Issue Number: 11
Page Size: 8.5" x 11"
Page Count: 24
Printing method: Black and white.
Price: Email the publisher.
Email: sk8kellyatgmail.com.com (Replace "at" with the @ symbol.)
Web site: Coming soon.
LSP, short for Local Skate Photography, is a nice photo zine out of Fort Collins, Colorado, which is--true to its name--filled to the brim with snaps and captions from the area. It looks like the Centennial State harbors a healthy scene full of all kinds of skating, including banks, backyard ramps and pools, ditches, Jersey barriers, ledges, skateparks, wall rides and more. It's great to see kids skating lots of terrain besides just ledges, rails and stairs. (I'm not hating on ledges, rails and stairs, I just believe the old saying that variety is the spice of life.) There's even some coverage of a road trip to Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, so hit up Sean for a copy today. Maybe he'll even tell you what "Can't Fade the Pad Dad" means.