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Tuesday, September 30, 2008
New World Order


P-Rod Launches Up With Incase
To celebrate the fresh launch of his brand new signature line of Incase luggage, Paul Rodriguez will be hitting up Active Rancho Cucamonga on October 11th. From 2-5, P-Rod will be signing autographs, mugging for pictures with fans and attempting to eat a 6 pound cheeseburger in just under an hour. Sike! Paul won't be eating anything. But there will be food, giveaways, skating and male dance lessons. Ha! Got you again, loser! There won't be any male dancing! That sh*t's for guidos.

DNA Distribution, the header of Alien Workshop, Habitat and Reflex Bearings has a new catalog of goods available for download at their site.

Have you seen Jason Dill's new Etnies high top? How bout Louie Barletta's new Duffs kick? Straight butters.



The Flip Team Is Killing Themselves For You
Ok, so now that Fully Flared and Ride The Sky have surfaced, there's only one video left holding the same amount of anticipation as the previously mentioned, and that's Flip's, Extremely Sorry. With one of the best teams in skateboarding, Flip is currently filming in order to put out something monumental. To help fuel the hype fire, Flip has just issued a brand new teaser for the video as well as a blog-thingy that will hopefully soon be updated.

My friends over at DVS have just posted 5 new commercials from their recent Skate & Create endeavor, featuring Andrew Brophy, Daewon Song, Keith Hufnagel, Torey Pudwill and Zered Bassett.

Nike SB put together a solid little video of their am roster from a recent tour of Europe. It's worth a watch.