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Mountain Dew® Welcomes Julia Marino to the DEW® Snowboarding Team

Mountain Dew® Welcomes Julia Marino to the DEW® Snowboarding Team

coreswell August 3, 2017 0

Leading into the 2017-18 winter season, Mountain Dew is excited to announce that professional snowboarder Julia “Jules” Marino will be joining its elite roster of professional snowboard athletes. At just 19-years-old, hailing from Westport, Conn.,

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Vans’ First Global Headquarters Opens in Costa Mesa, California

Vans’ First Global Headquarters Opens in Costa Mesa, California

coreswell August 3, 2017 0

After two years, Vans recently opened its first true global headquarters in Costa Mesa, California. Plans for the HQ were initially announced in 2015, following the company’s surpassing of the $2 billion USD revenue mark. Designed

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The Forge Drakkar Skateboard

The Forge Drakkar Skateboard

coreswell July 31, 2017 0

Inspired by classic Viking longships, the Forge Drakkar Skateboard is a rugged yet refined take on a traditional longboard. The main deck is built from black walnut, with the edges left rough and high-end

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New Research Considers Skateboarding an Important Mode of Transportation

New Research Considers Skateboarding an Important Mode of Transportation

coreswell July 27, 2017 0

As I began skateboarding to work, I found that I wasn’t allowed to skateboard on the sidewalks, the streets or the newly constructed Riverwalk in the City of Tampa. Skateboarding was pretty much banned

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Surf Bay, California is “Epicenter” of Mysterious Shark Attacks

Surf Bay, California is “Epicenter” of Mysterious Shark Attacks

coreswell July 26, 2017 0

Surf Beach off the coast of California’s Santa Barbara County has beautiful dunes, coastal flora, a backdrop of the Vandenberg Air Force Base — and a mysterious marine killer who attacks surfers in October

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Thrasher’s “Skateboard Hieroglyphics” Is A Guide to Shredding in Ancient Egypt

Thrasher’s “Skateboard Hieroglyphics” Is A Guide to Shredding in Ancient Egypt

coreswell July 26, 2017 0

James Callahan of Barf Comics and Nowhere Skateboards has created an amusing series of illustrations for Thrasher Magazine, depicting what skateboarding culture would be like in Ancient Egypt. Aptly dubbed Skateboard Hieroglyphics, the ridiculous artwork is filled with famous

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Kris Van Assche Previews Dior Homme Limited Edition Skateboard Decks

Kris Van Assche Previews Dior Homme Limited Edition Skateboard Decks

coreswell July 6, 2017 0

Dior Homme, the menswear division of Christian Dior and helmed by Belgian fashion designer Kris Van Assche unveils a sneak peek at the brand’s Summer 2018 skateboard decks. While the company released three limited

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We Now Know Where The Sweet Spot on a Wave Is, Thanks to Science

We Now Know Where The Sweet Spot on a Wave Is, Thanks to Science

coreswell July 1, 2017 0

Scientists have figured out exactly where on a wave surfers need to hit to get the fastest speeds and the best ride – but the discovery can also be used in studies of weather

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Evisen Skateboards’ New Summer Decks are a Collision of Worlds

Evisen Skateboards’ New Summer Decks are a Collision of Worlds

coreswell June 21, 2017 0

Following on from a range of Summer apparel released earlier this year, cult Japanese skate brand Evisen Skateboards is once again back doing what it does best. This latest drop sees the brand linking

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The Skateroom & The Andy Warhol Foundation Team up on Another Limited Series of Decks

The Skateroom & The Andy Warhol Foundation Team up on Another Limited Series of Decks

coreswell June 16, 2017 0

The Skateroom and The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts recently teamed up once again on a range of limited edition skate decks. This time the collaboration is built around Warhol’s mid ’60s “Flowers”

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