This year, we've been celebrating 10 years of Emerica with the Emerican History timeline, and now we're extending it into a contest! In 25 words or less, tell us on the contest page (not in the blog) when and where you bought your first pair of Emerica shoes, which model they were, and why you still love Emerica today. When the contest is over, we'll choose one winner, who will receive a nice, big package of historical Emerica goodies. View the full list of prizes. This contest ends on December 13, 2006.
No, the interview itself isn't tacky, but it is ON the Tacky Web site. Head on over there right now for some cool photos and a lil' talk with the Hermanator. Part one of two.
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It's that time of year again! Head on into the Emerica Clothing section to check out all the sick new stuff for Holiday 2006! Some highlights include--but are definitely not limited to--the following…
Accessories: Branded and The Boss keychains, DIY T-Shirt Pack, Moneybags wallet, Potter scarf, Strapped belt.
Fleece: Lucifer, Palo, Pure Skully, Santo, Skeleton, The King.
Hats: Galway, Stay Gold, Twofer.
T-shirts: Fillmore, Inked, Roar, Shelby, Skelly, Specials, Stay Gold, Tigger, Wasted, Winger
Now head on down to your local skate shop and get decked out, Emerica-style!
Sewa, nollie heel. Photo by Tjeerd Derkink
Congratulations to Emerica Holland rider Sewa Kroetkov for winning first place in the Dutch Championships at the brand-new Area 51 skatepark in Eindhoven! Out of the best 45 skateboarders from Holland fighting for the top spot, Sewa was chosen by the judges as the winner. He skated for seven minutes(!) in the final jam session along with Tim Zom, Nelson Mosikili, Ricardo Paterno and Cristian Dijkman.
Sewa is 16 years old and lives in Alkmaar. He rides for Emerica, Rollin, Volcom, Silver and Creme. Sewa also won the European éS Game of SKATE in Barcelona in 2005.
1. Sewa Kroetkov
2. Tim Zom
3. Nelson Mosikili
4. Ricard Paterno
5. Cris Dijkman
6. Tommie Zanders
For more photos and words, go to World Wide Skateboarding.
Check out Emerica pro Andrew Reynolds chillin' with Stevie Williams, Jamie Thomas and Bam on the cover of the new TransWorld Skateboarding 2007 Buyer's Guide. For a giggle, be sure to read Drew's irreverant two-page equipment interview and peep that monster kickflip to backside grab sequence on pages 106-107. You can also see what board set-ups the rest of the Emerica teams rocks in the What the Pros Are Riding section. Then look at all the Emerica shoes and gear sprinkled throughout the issue and go buy some at your local skate shop.
Look for Emerica flow rider Zack Lyons' full part in the brand-new Get Familiar video, which will premiere at 7:00 p.m. on November 18, 2006 at the Jack Morton Auditorium, 805 21st Street NW, Washington DC 20052.
The flick also features parts from Darren Harper, Mark Gonzales, Casey Ringley, Daewon Song, Bobby Worrest and Donny Barley, plus guest parts from Reese Forbes, Joey Pepper, James Craig and Fabio Cristiano.
There's a measely $3.00 cover charge, but you can deal with that. All of you who can't make it better get ready for the Get Familiar DVD coming soon!
Over 150 bad-ass mofos lined up outside Pharmacy Ride Shop in Lancaster, California at midnight to be the first on the planet to sport those fine new Altamont threads. At 12:01 a.m., the doors opened and Altamont gurus Andrew Reynolds and Bryan Herman, running the registers themselves, greeted the late-night hordes. Well, until somebody crashed the computer system [Drew?], that is.
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