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Open: Plus Skateshop

Open: Plus Skateshop

PLUSkateboarding has been representing Michigan Skateboarding since 2003. We love skateboarding! Thanks to everyone who has supported the shop over the years.

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Open: Familia Skateshop

Open: Familia Skateshop

Fact, Minneapolis has one of the tightest scenes in the Midwest. And ask people to name one person who helped make it that way and It’ll be unanimous: Steve Nesser. Here we get a look at the best of the best in the city when Steve and his Familia Skateshop crew go to work.

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Open: Solstice Skateboarding

Open: Solstice Skateboarding

While on the one hand you have your Harvard students and those uppity Kennedy cousins in the area, on the other, you have Jay Vasconcellos and his posse of rippers making Massachusetts a little less upper crust and a lot more just crust. Yeah boys! Keep killing it.

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Open: M.I.A. Skateshop

Open: M.I.A. Skateshop

Is it getting hot in here? Or is it just MIA. Representing all things skate for the South Florida scene since opening day, MIA keeps it going here to the soothing sounds of Science. Big ups to Ed Selego for his role in this clip as producer, filmer, editor, AND musician.

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Open: Stratosphere Skateboards

Open: Stratosphere Skateboards

Stratosphere’s Thomas Taylor helped put Atlanta on skateboarding’s map, and his shop has been holding down the scene since 1985. Here his whole crew keeps it going with a ripping edit. A-listers for days!

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Open: Home Skateshop

Open: Home Skateshop

Kentucky has always been known for its Bourbon and Bluegrass, but our friends over at Home Skateshop in Louisville are out to prove that there are sick spots and shredding skateboarders too.

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