Sponsorship Challenges

Two decks to pressure flip a 5-stair

Posted by Dude Manville on

I know it's a hard enough trick on flat, but it has been done before. A pressure flip is essentially when you pop your board extremely hard, then just take your feet off and let it flip from the pop. Here's a video to visualize.   Now we will accept pressure flipping more than five stairs, but not less. Also, something equivalent to five stairs, like a double set. Once you land it, we've got two new decks for you, and probably some other sweet stuff.  Remember to wear your DJ Skate gear, and tag us in your video so...

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Two decks to handplant over a death box

Posted by Dude Manville on

A handplant is a hard enough trick. Go up a vertical surface, like in a pool or a halfpipe, put your hand on the coping and flip over. Like this. A death box is a hole in a pool, typically for draining water. They were actually a completely practical thing to have until we as people started skating pools. However, some people enjoy skating around the obstacle and it gave us this idea. If you can skate a line that involves landing a handplant over the death box, we've got two decks for you.   Remember, don't forget to wear...

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Hat to Tailslide or Noseslide the waterfall ledge

Posted by Dude Manville on

Here at Westfield UTC, we have this beautiful waterful ledge. It's right in front of Nordstroms. Due to tight security, no one has yet to skate it.  We've got a free hat for the first person to hit this with a Tailslide or a Noseslide. Just remember to represent our company by wearing one of our shirts, using our boards, or wearing our hats.  Also, we want to see the bails, so you may want to bring a towel.   *It doesn't necessarily have to be this waterfall ledge, but it does it have to be a waterful ledge.

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A year of boards for a kickflip McTwist in the halfpipe.

Posted by Dude Manville on

Someone asked us a while back what we had for them if they could land one of these. Our response? A year of free boards, so about twelve skateboard decks. Is it possible? Absolutely. Danny Meyer did it, and here's a video so you can start studying up. Remember, you gotta represent while you do it.

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