Forum Destroyer


Forum Destroyer ($450)

For all around resort and park crushing, it's hard to topple the Destroyer. It's a twin tipped deck offered in regular and reverse camber and a team favorite. It packs added fiberglass in the tips for pop, a light wood core with a smooth flex and creepy ass graphics. —BG



Vans Hi-Standard

Vans Hi-Standard Boots ($170)

These boots look like classic Vans Skate-His, OG skate shoes. It's rad when you're riding and you look down, you can almost image skateboarding. The best part is that they have some tech going on inside, but don't look like a spaced out ski boot. —Hondo



Gnu Agro

Gnu Agro ($310)

If gear has comfort and performance but isn't harsh on the planet, I'll pick it every time. The Agro's got tech like a chairlift relief button and highbacks shaped to your body for more power on turns. They're also made from bio-renewable polymers. Win-win.—G.G.



Analog Citizen

Analog Citizen Jacket ($130)

This jacket is light and not too insulated, good for park laps when it gets warm. It looks like flannel but has the function of a real coat, so that’s nice. —JP