We’re talking method, we’re talking technique, we’re talking the form of skateboarding. And while focus groups the world over are creating feedback loops of kids influencing marketing, marketing influencing kids, and all of that producing what Old Navy ads label as “a stylish fashion,” the style of good skateboarding has nothing to do with groups or focus.
The word style, in this case, is used in regard to those underappreciated details that alone mean nothing, but when grouped together with timing and awareness, aim and thought, design and chaos, make up good skateboarding-100-dollar shoes or not.
All-Style Dream Team
To cast your vote for future Dream Teams, simply click the links below. It’s just that easy.
These days it seems like pro sponsorship and signature shoes go hand in hand. But which pros are out in full force killing it on a daily basis but don’t have their name stitched on the underside of a tongue.
Vote for your Email Me At No-Signature Shoe Team
It’s pretty self-explanatory. Vote for your all-time favorite skaters who stand below the five-foot mark.
Vote for your Email Me At All Five-Footer Team
Here’s another easy one. Favorite skaters who are, well … big.
Vote for your Email Me At All Big-Man Team