Sunday, September 24, 2023

Leo's New Shoe and Abnormal Communication. September 24, 2023. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast

This week, Jason From Frozen In Carbonite, Maddie Hazlett, and Patrick Kigongo are talking about Leo Baker's new shoe and video part for Nike then the latest Abnormal Communication from adidas and Thrasher. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Nike SB React Leo
Leo Baker's pro shoe part
Smut from Glue
Post-Op from Spitfire
Andrea True Connection More, More, More
Jamie Thomas in Chomp On This
Brian Anderson's coming out doc
Omar Salazar Pro Shoe
Vans Credits
Elissa Steamer in Welcome To Hell

This week, Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels, GoGo, skating with Maddie and Jason, being back at home and having a normal routine, Rick Howard MEGAMIX by Manolo’s Tapes, and New Balance 480 in Chicago
Maddie: New PS Stix board shape I am riding (big nose), and decorating her apartment.
Jason: Venture Trucks, Rudy Johnson Bobshirt interview, and the DC x Ca$h Only Money Gun.

1 comment:

Justin said...

Leo's part was really good. All the tricks were great, which was something I noticed as well.

I agree with Patrick on the big time 1990s music. The song worked fine for the part.

I put a vintage Chomp On This sticker on my new board. How would you explain that video to people who weren't there for it?

Michael Burnett has always had the comments turned off for his Burnout column on Thrasher.

They had better be ripping on each other for what board brands they ride or else I'm done with skateboarding.

Koston was on Oakley in an ad wearing a full Kobe uniform back in 2001. I think Mike V. was on the team, too.

Nobody really wears Adidas around here, but I'm dealing with a small sample size. I've seen a couple New Balance wearers lately.

My theory is Americans can handle the summer heat so what's too much for Europe is bearable for us, especially if you happen to be from the South or Midwest. I was in England ages ago when they were in a summer heat wave and it felt like normal summer to me. I'm not dismissing global warming, I think we're more acclimated to higher temperatures.