Check this out super sick!! 19 year old Cardiel ripping Marseille skatepark like he skated it everyday.
So we decided to hook up with the Grind Out Hunger guys over at Second Harvest Food Bank and do a collaboration deck! We thought it could be a great opportunity to help give back and help end hunger in Santa Cruz. All Grind Out Hunger boards sold here they are only $50.00 and all proceeds go to Second Harvest, all artwork done by Jimbo Phillips. Every $1.00 dollar feeds a family of 4, by purchasing our Live Oak Grind Out Hunger Skateboards you are providing 50 hungry family’s with food this holiday season. Spread the love and dont’t be a Scrooge help us give back to our community!!!
Team rider Nate Linford Drops in with a few of the TAC Apparel team riders Gueorgui Gueorguiv and Aaron Wical to Skate the Live Oak mini ramp. Here is a preview of what went down TAC/Live Oak Skateboards video coming soon. OH YA Ian Walker and a few friends jumped in on the sesh too. Between switch front blunts and kickflip frontside airs you could say the boys did well and held it down for both TAC and Live Oak Skateboards!!! Check Out Nate’s Rider Profile http://www.tacapparel.com/goontroop-rider-profile-nate-linford.php
Brand NEW! live Oak Skate Boards training facility somewhere on the East Side of Santa Cruz. Come find it and you can skate it!!
So, just the other day we teamed up with Hope Church Santa Cruz. They had a ramp we had the space the rest is history. The video shows a time lapse of the effort put in, Nicely filmed and edited by Skate The Spot
Here’s the video and some pics. Check it out.
Blunt to Fakie
Ian and Zane dude Venture their way up to Buena Vista to shred some jagged walls. Ian threw some gnarly grinds over the light and snagged a couple sick pics, Zane also got some sick pics and threw down some rad tricks. Their is no real strategy for skating a bowl like this. We asked the two and both explained, go fast and put it all on the line, “Blood Sweat and Tears leave it all in the bowl”.
This shall not be the last time you see these two ripping Buena together or ripping anywhere for that fact. Keep your eyes peeled for these two.
Here are some of the pics enjoy!!!
What a beautiful site, and empty pool
Check the Michael Jordan tongue
Check the Michael Jordan tongue
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Fellow team rider Zane Keith making it look easy. A while back Zane showed up to a Grind Out Hunger Skate Jam and ripped the setup apart!
Check it out.
Photos: Shawn Hatjes
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If you notice there is also an element of charity involved. Grind Out Hunger is a Live Oak Skateboard collaboration with artist Jimbo Phillips and Second Harvest Food Bank Santa Cruz County. 100% of proceeds from the sales of these three decks goes to feeding people in need (1 in 6 Americans are living in poverty and going hungry daily). Visit Grind Out Hunger for more details, every skate deck is equal to 200 healthy meals.
Nate Linford Has Been a Part Of The Live Oak Crew For Ever! He rips anything and everything he touches, keep an eye out for this kid.
Ian Walker Is Very Good Friend of The Live Oak Skateboards Team And Is The Inventor of The Word HESH!!
Dont Worry This Isn’t The Last Time You’ll Be Seeing Ian.