If you haven’t yet noticed, Vans recently released Geoff Rowley’s newest pro model shoe – the Vans Solos, with an accompanying apparel line. It seemed only fitting to celebrate the launch in Geoff’s hometown of Liverpool, so Breaks headed up to see our good friends at Lost Art shop and
We caught up with Mark Gonzales and he revealed news of a Supreme Store in Paris, skating Southbank back in the day and the finest cigars.
Before the premier of Vans ‘Propeller’ Tom and I were lucky enough to sit down with Gilbert Crockett in the House of Vans screening room and shoot him our usual list of top 5’s questions. He was super mellow but our excitement to see the movie was palpable and it was a little difficult to keep
Geoff Rowley tells all about the mountain lion from the Flip videos, filming for Vans Propellor, life threatening injuries and branching out from skateboarding with Civilware.
We hit up Reece Leung to tell us about his new zine and exhibition in Leeds.
We hit up Mark Nardelli to talk about the inspiration behind the latest 5BORO decks and ended up with a vivid picture of Nardelli’s nostalgia from the golden era.
Liverpool Skate institution Lost Art has cemented its long-running association with Nike Skateboarding with the release of two new collaborative efforts, inspired by the city from which the store was born 15 long years ago. BREAKS caught up L.A head-honcho and Nike SB pro rider Dave Mackey for an
Johnny Schillereff tells all about the new Covent Garden Store and expressing his creative spirit.
Some thins have genuinely played an influential role in our lives, changed our perspective somewhat or motivated us to go out and do something different. Magenta Skateboards is one of those companies and Vivien Feil is one of those people.
The Young and Laced Collective is, in their own words, ‘a platform for young people who aspire to push the boundaries of culture across the creative spectrum.’
I went to Sweden and got jealous of a bunch of 16 year olds. I was looking around Malmö’s Bryggeriet Gymnasium, a school with skating at the core of its syllabus. Even if the students didn’t spend each break, lunchtime, and PE lesson, in one of Europe’s best indoor skateparks, I’d still
The final piece of the Nike SB puzzle was attending the Light Up The Streets Jam the other week, which started at Nike Town, weaved through Friday night shoppers to the Nike SB space above Size on Carnaby Street, before ending at Slam City Skates. Hoards of skaters then boarded a bus to Bay66, where
Whilst catching up with Casper Brooker at Nike SB’s ‘Light up the street’s jam at London’s Bay 66 last week, we also got the opportunity to to fire the same set of Top 5’s at Nike SB shredder Fernando Bramsmark. The Malmo native was in town for a few days for the jam
We caught up with Slam City Skates rider Casper Brooker during the Nike SB ‘Light Up The Streets’ event at Bay 66, West London. After putting Nike SB’s new Flashpack collection through its paces, we got him to give us a run-down of his Top 5s. He likes Southbank, y’know. Loads…. London
Following the success of our ‘Behind The Lens’ piece on Fabric Skateboards earlier this year we decided we wanted to run a regular feature where we let skate photographers tell us a little bit more about some of their favourite shots. To me, the most fascinating thing about skate photography is
We caught up with Keith Hufnagel, the man behind HUF, to find out a little bit more about the brand and see how the recent tour’s been going.
Fabric Skateboards take us behind the lens during filming for their upcoming promo video.