Met up with the Squid last week for some cruising at the Volcom Brothers Skatepark in town. After filming numerous lines of Luke throwing down airs in the bowl, I didnt expect to look down and see his whole foot sticking out of the top of his shoe after a haggard duck tape job fell apart! Squid submitted and retired his weathered ass kicks...
A final backside air ''shocka'' for these old and tired shoes...
After all, do you really even need shoes to skate? You'll find the answer in Squids most recent skate edit... One Love
A fun week testing out around 80 snowboards with good friends! The full internet wrap up is over on the Twsnow features website. Also look for the magazine report on the Good Wood reviews in the Transworld Snowboarding October 2011 Issue.
Produttori del Barbaresco Langhe Nebbiolo 2009 - Was dancing nicely in the glass the other night. Really pure and expressive Nebbiolo. Do Bianchi said it to be lighter than the 2007 but not as much as 2008. For me it was definitely showing better than the 2008 I had a while back, but I'm yet to have a taste from the successful 2007 vintage. Jeremy, surprisingly paired it with a spicy Mexican dish that you can read about in the Houston Press.
After escaping from an early May snowstorm in Mammoth Lakes, I hitched a ride to Los Angeles for some fun in the sun. Last night had some extraordinary sushi at Sugarfish in Marina del Rey. It was my first real California sushi experience and having the sushi served the second it was prepared with the rice still warm and at a perfect consistency. The menu gives you a good feeling when you read the following...
''We keep sushi simple. You won’t find trendy flourishes with clever names at SUGARFISH. All you’ll find is pure, traditional sushi and a devotion to its classic preparation—right down to the eye-opening flavors of our own house-made soy sauce and ponzu.'' SUGARFISH Marina del Rey
4722 1/4 Admiralty Way
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
Phone: 310 306-6300