From the mountains, to the park, to the streets, and around the globe, outerwear trends for 2016/17 seem to reflect one common mantra: designed to stand against anything their consumer can shake at it.
Neftalie Williams, a skate photographer who has held roles with Dwindle, Maloof Money Cup, and Cuba Skate, explains why USC's Annenberg School of Communication sees immense potential in leveraging the skateboarding industry to explore issues of technology, race, class, and gender, and provide a framework for how it can work as an agent for public diplomacy and social change.
What does a mini-ramp, arcade, bike repair shop, and skate gear showroom all have in common? All are housed in a 100-year-old historic building in the heart of Vancouver that Landyachtz now calls home. Read up on what the brand has been up to, and its plans to help build a nearby community skatepark.
Lume Cube Co-Founder Mornee Sherry discusses becoming an entrepreneur, succeeding after a Kickstarter campaign, and what is next for the San Diego startup.
Here's a look at everything that went down at #SIA2016, including how the latest products in the snowboarding space are shaping up, and which brands have the most compelling stories moving into the 2016-17 season.
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