This year it seems Eric Koston has been a little bit busy. His unexpected move to Indy took us by surprise, and his jump to Lakai shortly after was one for the history books. But then Frosty added a little fuel to the sponsorship fire by taking a permanent vacation to Spitfire. And with three new sponsors under his belt and an assembly line of signature product on the verge of release, Koston is giving you the first dibs on his personal stash (and Eric’s not one to be stingy, if you know what we mean).
So, if you want to be the first one in your ‘hood (or in all of skateboarding, for that matter) to be riding and rockin’ Eric’s Indy trucks, Lakai shoes, Girl boards, Spitfire wheels, O’gio bags, Fourstar clothing, and Active gear, tell us what company was the very first to put out a Koston pro-model board for consumer consumption. Give us the right answer, and you’ll be one step closer to his most prized pro models yet. Send your entry, clothing and shoe sizes, and complete contact information by November 24 to:
TransWorld SKATEboarding
Attn: I Wanna Wear Koston’s Flair
353 Airport Road
Oceanside, CA 92054

Found: The Boss’ New Spot
As we weeded though photos of 50-stair handrails and 30-stair double sets, it was Marty Pason from Allen Park, Michigan who won September’s “A Spot For The Boss” by finding us the best undiscovered spot at a Michigan community college. With a nine-stair rail, a mellow double-kinked rail, benches, and a manual pad over a water gap, don’t be surprised if Reynolds actually comes rollin’ through.