dónde está la estación de tren
Crusty old skateboard nostalgia-fans are always harping on about how influential Cali pool-pioneers like Jay Adams and Stacy Peralta were, but little is said about what was going on in sunny Spain around the same. Not content with razzing around on scooters, setting fireworks off at every occasion and necking cartons of Sangria, young Spaniards were taking to the streets on homemade boards crafted out of orange crates and pioneering their own form of skating. They still wore Vans, and to be honest, the skating was the same, the tricks just had different names — the ollie became the ‘Pepe’, kickflips were called ‘kicchio flipas’ and front-side crooked grinds were named ‘dónde está la estación de tren’.
- Uniform Wares 152 Series Wristwatch (PVD Rose Gold / Walnut Leather)
- Dockers Alpha Khaki YD Wash (New British Khaki)
- Vans Mid Skool '77 CA (Bone Brown Suede)
- Norse Projects Elvar Fairisle Knit (Old Camel)
- Y.M.C. Zip Bomber (Sky)