“Anth’s Most Wanted Skate Product” is basically me hawk-eyeing it over stock that comes into HQ and picking out stuff that I want for myself, but can’t afford, in the hope that you will take pity on me and buy it as a no-strings-attached gift. No, ignore that last part, I’m actually picking these out because there is new stock coming in all the time that you might not be aware of. I don’t want you to miss out on these things and to be fair I can’t see why anyone would want to continue skateboarding without these fine products.
Globe’s shoe the Sabre is a solid skate shoe and now available in three new colour ways. I’ve an unhealthy fixation with white skate shoes, I don’t know why, maybe it helps me see where my feet are while skating, whatever the reason I’m down with the white ones!
So you’re out skating with your crew when what’s-his-name, the mental one, with blatant disregard for his own safety, decides he’s going to try that crusty ledge again. “Damn” you think to yourself, “Last time he ended up in the bush, I wish I had a backpack to carry all my stuff and I could film this!” Happens all the time, right? Well lookie here, this bag is just what you need. A nice bit of Vans product, loads of pockets and space to keep your stuff in, tons of padding, a section for your laptop and even a protected media pocket with audio port. Just pop your camera in as well and you’ll have a mobile media suite.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, you can’t go wrong with the Independent products. Summer is here and you’re gonna want to get those guns out and catch a few rays, you’ll need a vest for that. If you’re going to buy any vest it has to be this one, it makes all other vests seem inferior in comparison. It’s a blacklight too which means it glows under a UV light so when you’re down the local disco you’re all like “Oooh! Psychedelic!”
You can click on any of the images to get your self over to our on-line store at www.urbansurfer.co.uk and buy these fine items or if your not liking my most wanted have a look around, you’ll find something you like. I’m going to leave you with a couple of videos, Globe rider David Gonzalez’s “Possessed to Skate” video part for Thrasher Magazine and Vans Rider Geoff Rowley’s part form the 2002 Flip video “Sorry”, two really gnarly skaters here hitting up some crazy handrails and all kinds of scary stuff. They both ride for Independent too so that ties in really well with the product push.
David Gonzalez “Possessed to Skate”
Geoff Rowley “Sorry”