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UPDATE: Forrest Edwards Now Has a Zero Pro Board

After getting dropped five years ago right before his debut pro model was supposed to be released, it appears that Forrest Edwards and Jamie Thomas have reconciled. Zero posted the above photo this evening with “FRIDAY” as the caption. It’s probably safe to assume that this is announcing a board, video part, or both. However it shakes out, we’ve got this penciled in for later this week, and will update when the full reveal comes to light. With Cole and Forrest back on within months of each other, the Chief has been full of surprises in 2020. Don’t forget that part he dropped at the start of the year, either.

UPDATE 12.11.20: Jamie Thomas revealed Forrest’s pro board last night. It’s available now via the Zero site.

UPDATE 12.11.20: No pro board announcement as of this update, but we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled as the day progresses. The welcome back part dropped via Thrasher, though. Peep it above.

Images Via Zero & Jamie Thomas


Lesque Team Video Now Playing at Thrasher Magazine

Japanese skateboard brand Lesque just released its team video on Thrasher Magazine channels.

Watch the Lesque team members namely Kenya Okuno, Ryo Motohashi, Kento Takahashi, Mantaro Tokura, Mana Sasaki, and Junnosuke Hasegawa rip it in Tokyo’s dream skate spots.

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Red Bull Announces Terminal Take Over Winner

The Rukus crew from Louisiana got the nod from the skateboarding fans for this year’s Red Bull’s Terminal Take Over skate and video competition.

The Terminal Take Over transformed the Old MSY Airport in New Orleans into a massive skatepark and invited top skaters plus eight skate shop crews from seven states for the ultimate skate jam.

The skate teams filmed themselves shredding the abandoned airport for two days and submitted a two-minute video compilation of their gnarliest runs after two weeks. Red Bull posted the videos on their website and asked fans to vote for their favorite.

Watch all the other entries on Red Bull’s website.

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Shecks Starts his Skateboard Company, Sandlot Times

Pro skateboarder Ryan Sheckler has made his biggest move yet.

He started his skateboard brand called Sandlot Times named after his Training Facility, Sandlot.

The brand dropped the limited edition signed “maiden voyage” boards last week and they’re already sold out!

Aside from decks, they also sell hoodies, shirts, bandanas, and hats.

Visit Sandlot Times to browse their products and catch the latest about the company.

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