For the second year, Airwalk and the Harold Hunter Foundation have teamed up to provide free weekly summer skate clinics to the youth in Brownsville, Brooklyn with the help of Mt. Ollie Baptist Church. This year members of the Airwalk flow team joined Instructors (age 18-26) and volunteers (age 15-17), all of whom live in Brownsville or surrounding neighborhoods, to help teach a crew of 20 kids age 6-13 to skate. Check out our video filmed by HHF Filmer Project interns Javier Lopez and Ambar Cruceta, and edited by Ambar.
Andy Macdonald is at it again in his 2014 video shredding Southern California pools, parks and ditches in true Andy Mac style.
In 2014 Airwalk continues its support and partnership with the Harold Hunter Foundation. One of the components of the partnership is the Airwalk flow team of NYC-based skateboarders. On May 17th this team along with Airwalk am Carlo Carezzano competed in the 6th Annual Battle For The Bronx. A local event produced by Indigenous Skateboard owner Alberto Correa, the Battle For The Bronx was community organized, skater run and full of amazing energy and sick skating. Check out our video from the event filmed by Angel Fonseca and edited by Ambar Cruceta, both HHF Filmer Project interns.
When the Sorry was originally released by Airwalk in the early 90′s it was nothing to apologize for. This classic shoe was only called the Sorry because we were sorry we didn’t come out with them sooner. A skate-worthy shoe with casual styling, the Sorry left you with no regrets. So to help make amends, we are re-releasing the original Sorry for the first time since 1993. So check ‘em out and we promise….you won’t be sorry. Available only on Airwalk.com
Get the Sorry: http://ow.ly/xDJvA
Whenever Andy Macdonald skates in China he ends up on the podium. This year is no exception as he took home the silver in the mini mega contest and the bronze in the vert contest at the Kia World Extreme Games in Shanghai. Congrats Andy!
Airwalk skater Carlo Carezzano gives us a glimpse into the epic year he had in 2013 while splitting his time between the Dominican Republic and New York. When he wasn’t out filming or working with the Harold Hunter Foundation, Carlo was throwing down in contests all over the U.S. Somehow he also found time to hang out with his friends and teach inner city kids how to skate. Pretty awesome dude!
Photographer Paul Park was slated with following our Already Famous crew around the streets of Brooklyn to capture a day in the life of these guys. Skaters Justin Kinard and Wade Yates had a full day of hanging with little kids, stopping by a local sub shop and of course hitting up the best shred spots in the city.
Check out the full album on Already Famous facebook page.
We had the Airwalk skate team out in Shanghai for the Kia Extreme games. Unfortunately we couldn’t make the trip, but we were lucky enough to have Tulio filming the whole thing. Check out this sweet little edit he put toghether of his fellow teammates ripping up vert as well as some of Tulio’s runs that landed him third place in the Street competition.
China is a lucky place for Tulio as he always seems to podium when he competes in the Kia Extreme Games. This year he is taking home the bronze medal in the street contest. Team Airwalk is racking up the medals!
Andy Macdonald took the top spot on the podium after an amazing showing at the mini mega contest. He also landed 3rd place in the vert contest. Sounds like he had quite the trip out to Shanghai. Way to go Andy!