4. San Francisco
Also rich in skateboard history, San Francisco was the center of the world in the EMB heyday of the early to mid ’90s. Home to skateboarding’s most famous hills, some of our most iconic companies and pros, and housing legendary spots from Wallenberg to 3rd and Army, The City exemplifies real street skating’s ideal visual aesthetic.
A little old, but the title says it all.
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