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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1500 on: August 18, 2018, 09:23:11 PM »
kickflip is two movements....3 flip is just one that you rather have...or don't....

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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1501 on: August 19, 2018, 10:31:20 AM »
Age:20
Set Up: 8.25 Krooked
             crusty formula 4 conicals
             indy 144
             bronson g2
             MOB
Preferred Terrain: mini, ditches, red curbs
Favorite skaters: Jerry Hsu, Caswell Berry,
Music:  90's Hip Hop, indie, alternative
Married: no
Kids: I think my gf is pregnant but she's popping up negative
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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1502 on: August 19, 2018, 10:34:25 AM »
Age:20
Set Up: 8.25 Krooked
             crusty formula 4 conicals
             indy 144
             bronson g2
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Preferred Terrain: mini, ditches, red curbs
Favorite skaters: Jerry Hsu, Caswell Berry,
Music:  90's Hip Hop, indie, alternative
Married: no
Kids: I think my gf is pregnant but she's popping up negative
Occupation: work at a boba shop

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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1503 on: August 19, 2018, 01:34:16 PM »
20 was old in skateboarding at some point.......

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« Reply #1504 on: August 19, 2018, 06:22:31 PM »
43 and just started back skating about 5 months ago after a 25 year BMX adventure. I stand by the notion that tre flips are easier than kick flips.



I stand by the notion that tre flips are genetic or some shit. Some people got em easy. Others like me learn many tricks but try their whole life and still can’t tre flip at 30. The idea of it being easier than a kickflip is bonkers to me.

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« Reply #1505 on: August 19, 2018, 06:27:56 PM »
My fakie tre’s are lookin pretty good but I may just say fuck it and accept that I wasn’t meant to have consistent 360 flips in this life

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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1506 on: August 20, 2018, 04:32:12 AM »
Age:42
Set Up: 8.75 flight
             Bones spf
             indy titanium 159
             bronson
             Some outer space Grip
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              Black Label Auby hammerhead
              Bones ATF
              Stage 9 Indy 169
Preferred Terrain: mini, bowl, tranny
Favorite skaters: Andy Anderson, roller surfer
Music:  80’s punk, 70’s reggae, 60’s soul
Married: yup, 5 years
Kids: First child a month ago
Occupation: English teacher/ snowboard instructor
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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1507 on: August 20, 2018, 04:36:56 AM »
Age: 45
Set Up: 8.13 dead end deck (prime wood)
thunder 147s
53mm spitfire formula fours 101a
Preferred Terrain: the quiet streets of price corner
Favorite skaters: my friends
Music:  yes. anything and everything.
Married: yes
Kids: yes
Occupation: network engineer
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« Reply #1508 on: August 20, 2018, 05:30:50 AM »
Not that it matters, but I totally forgot this part-

Age: 43
Set Up: 8.5 Quasi Bledsoe
thunder 149s
54mm spitfire formula fours 101a
Preferred Terrain: Local park and its manny pad and knee high ledge.
Favorite skaters: All time fave is probably Ed Templeton.
Music: There's a lot of post rock instrumental on my phone right now.
Married: Yup.
Kids: Yeah.
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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1509 on: August 20, 2018, 07:43:16 AM »
Age: 39
Set Up: 8.5 Rob Welsh Humidity Shop deck
Ventures
50mm Bones STF
Preferred Terrain:manual pads,ledges,curbs,
Favorite skaters: Bobby Worrest, Hjalte Halberg, Gilbert Crockett
Music: everything
Married: Yes
Kids:no
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« Reply #1510 on: August 20, 2018, 11:28:09 AM »
Age: 30 next week

Set Up: 8" Numbers Edition but I reallly want a new Real deck
53mm Spitfire F4 Conicals 99a
Thunder 148s
Bones Reds
Mob Grip

Preferred Terrain: Street, but there's jack shit to skate around where I live. I have my driveway and a shittily paved road and that's it.

Favorite skaters: It's been so long, I don't know. Jake Johnson, Ishod, Heath Kirchart, used to be a big Greco fan, Evan Smith...

Music: Death Grips, used to like Mars Volta a lot, Tool (I know), John Frusciante

Married: No, been with my girl for like 2.5 years
 
Kids: Probably never

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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1511 on: September 07, 2018, 03:48:03 PM »
43 since I last posted in this thread. Couple of clips from today's solo morning session. Not getting easier...



Set Up: 8.5" polar/ Ace 44/ Spit F4 101a 54mm and 8.62 Antihero/ Ace 55/ Spit F4 99a 58mm
Preferred Terrain: Curbs and coping, everything really...
Favorite skaters: Lee Ralph, Blender, Tom Knox Cards, Gonz, Senn
Music:  Crusty Black Metal/ Ambient Dub Reggae, everything
Married: Yes, 18 yrs
Kids: 14yr old daughter
Occupation: Social Worker, Shit shoveler, story teller
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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1512 on: September 07, 2018, 04:35:18 PM »
Age: 38

Set Up: 8.5 Powell flight deck. It's my second one but I want something from South Central next.
53mm Bones stf V1
Indy 149
Bones swiss
Minilogo Grip... It was free

Preferred Terrain: ledges, bowls, banks, flatground
Favorite skaters: BA, Gravette, Ishod, my 5yr old
Music: I miss Stuck Mojo
Married: Twice
 Kids: Thrice
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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1513 on: September 09, 2018, 08:27:35 AM »
Attempting to film a 40+ part barely skating once a week half of the year appears it's going to be a daunting task . I guess a trick per session goal is the way to go about it :o

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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1514 on: September 09, 2018, 09:32:21 AM »
Age:43
Set Up: 7.64 Real
             51mm Bones
             Thunders
             Swiss
Preferred Terrain: Mostly street and mini.
Favorite skaters: Hensley, Ocean Howell, Donger, Sheffey, Pitre, Lee, Daewon, Blender
Music: Dinosaur Jr, Odd Numbers, Cap'n Jazz
Married: No
Kids: No
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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1515 on: September 09, 2018, 10:34:40 AM »
Age:43
Set Up: 7.64 Real
             51mm Bones
             Thunders
             Swiss
Preferred Terrain: Mostly street and mini.
Favorite skaters: Hensley, Ocean Howell, Donger, Sheffey, Pitre, Lee, Daewon, Blender
Music: Dinosaur Jr, Odd Numbers, Cap'n Jazz
Married: No
Kids: No
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7.64.. ? I assume u mean 8.64

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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1516 on: September 09, 2018, 11:27:01 AM »
Age: 30

Set up: 8.25 Antihero. Indys, 53mm hard ass oj's, shake junt bearings

Favorite terrain: street, but recently got to skate an actual pool and developed a real boner for that.

Favorite skaters: Frank Gerwer, John Cardiel, Jerry Hsu, Tom Penny, Jeff Grosso

Music: hip hop and 90s rock

Married: No. Long time cohabiting gf though

Kids: Never.

Been pushing since 93 or 94, and have been through lots of periods of not skating, and those periods were fucking stupid. I live in Oregon, and am from Chicago. I manage a body shop and hate the shit out of it.


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« Reply #1517 on: September 09, 2018, 03:10:19 PM »
Been lurking Slap a little while, I guess a sort of introduction in this thread is an ok first post.

This is my first season of skating in 12 years or so, and I was never any good back then so I’m basically a beginner skater at 32. My only strength skating back in the day was pretty high and long ollies, but I don’t see that kind of pop coming back to me any time soon. I’ve spent the summer just getting comfortable on the board again and getting back the basics.

Setup: 8.375 Pizza deck with a slightly egg-ish shape, loving it
           Thunder 149 trucks with soft red Independent bushings
           55mm Spitfire F4 99A Lock-Ins with Cheapshots in them
I’ve been skating a pair of stage 7 Independents too, but they finally got slappied into retirement the other day.

Preferred stuff to skate: curbs, small ledges and cruising down mellow hills to get over my fear of speed. I’ve been meaning to get back into mini ramps, there’s a pretty nice one a short bus ride away.

Favorite skaters: I don’t really know, when I was a kid there were Ed Templeton, Rodney Mullen, maybe Daewon Song... From the stuff I’ve seen since getting back on board I’ve really liked the Polar and Worble videos, and I like the silly stuff like what Fancy Lad and the Frog boys do. I’m also glad to see that there are way more women who rip now, like Una Farrar is pretty awesome for example.

Music: A bit of everything, from black metal through prog rock to techno to ambient. Earth, Biosphere, When, Chad VanGaalen, Tusmørke, just to mention a few favorite artists.

Engaged to a girl I’ve lived with for seven years. No kids yet but seems like it might be time soon.

Studying to be a librarian now, I’ve gone to art school earlier but realised I’d never make it in that scene, and I studied Norse and Celtic culture for a while. Figured it was about time to go for something that could land me a decent straight job.

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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1518 on: September 09, 2018, 03:18:48 PM »
« Last Edit: September 09, 2018, 03:20:19 PM by olivelawn »

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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1519 on: September 10, 2018, 12:46:24 AM »
Over 40 under 8?

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« Reply #1520 on: September 10, 2018, 04:07:22 AM »
Attempting to film a 40+ part barely skating once a week half of the year appears it's going to be a daunting task . I guess a trick per session goal is the way to go about it :o

I kinda wanna do this. But I also know that it will take me longer to pull shit than a filmer is gonna wanna deal with, imo.

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« Reply #1521 on: September 10, 2018, 09:56:51 AM »
Age: Just turned 35
Set Up: 8.0
             spitfire F4 101
             indy 149
             bronson
             
Preferred Terrain: skatepark, street
Favorite skaters:
Music:  90s hip hop, indie, punkrock
Married: relationship for 10 years not married
Kids: not yet
Occupation: English/sports teacher

I have never looked in this thread before, but wanted to share a little story. I skate maybe once - twice a week, most of the time skateparks. Last Saturday I was hucking some stairs (well 5 stairs is hucking for me anyways) for the first time in years. I tried to bs flip the set. After ollieing I realized the impact is super low so I wasnt really scared. But it still took me around 50 tries until finally my board snapped. Without really slamming any of the tries, I cant believe how sore I was on Sunday. I do quite a lot of other sports (swimming, running, climbing, sometimes even surfing) so I´m used to physical activity. I was really surprised but needless to say I ll be back next weekend  :D
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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1522 on: September 10, 2018, 11:32:21 AM »
Attempting to film a 40+ part barely skating once a week half of the year appears it's going to be a daunting task . I guess a trick per session goal is the way to go about it :o

I kinda wanna do this. But I also know that it will take me longer to pull shit than a filmer is gonna wanna deal with, imo.

Tripod my friend. Works pretty well for 1 trick wonders, kinda sucks for lines....And the tripod never complains too, always down to film :)

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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1523 on: September 10, 2018, 12:27:15 PM »
Age - 41
Set up   Ride 8.25” boards – whatever I can get my hands off for cheap. Currently riding a Studio board (peep their new vid Lately - https://   )
Wheels – 52’s – another set I bought for cheap – I think their Paradise Wheels – Andrew Mcgraw – quite a few yrs old…
Swiss bearings (first pair I’ve ever owned, had ‘em for maybe 6+ yrs now I think – wish I would have bought a pair years ago…)
Indys- 144 I think (flush with an 8.25) 6+ years too (maybe more)
Preferred terrain – Street , ledges, that type of stuff…
Fav Skaters : I don’t follow the new stuff as much as I should, but enjoy watching the older guys skate. Chico’s insta clips get me hyped.
Music – 90’s hip hop, classic rock, whatever I guess.
Married for 7 yrs in November
Kids - 2 boys – 2 (in Nov) and 4
Started skating – In the neighborhood – butt boarding - Skating for 30+ years (marty mcfly really got me into it)
Occupation - Work in an office setting - desk job

Actually bought the bearing and trucks off Dave from 35th via mail order.  He gave me a nice deal. I used to frequent this board allot more before and then backed off for a bit…

Fav skate spot would be ledges. We have this legal skate plaza at home and I skate it as much as possible. Lots of interesting characters too, and there’s a convenience /beer store across the street. Kid you not!

That’s my story
Never really stopped skating, definitely slowed down in certain periods of my life and really got back into it this summer. We had a great summer weather wise (was hot as hell) but not too much rain to through off my scheduled sessions (they’re almost  set in stone - Tuesday and Friday nights). Past couple of years with the arrival of my kids, moved and bought a house, few DIY renovations that took and entire summer (basement gut and god know what else), my schedule finally freed up a bit for more consistent skating. Thank god for muscle memory, but my confidence definitely took a hit so allot of hesitating when I skate up to the ledges but I’m getting over that.

Usually go out and skate alone, and will run into other peps at the spots. Tell ya though, lotta times Id be alone at the spot and it was great. Blank slate. No one cutting in front of you or younger kids one upping whatever tricks im trying. Glad to say that my skating felt allot better at the end of the summer vs the beginning. Getting a little self-conscious with my skating as I age.

I’ve used my wifes Iphone tripod a few times to get a few clips (yea I’m that guy, but use it when I’m alone at the park). I’ll try to piece a few together and throw them up sometime.

I’m wondering if me getting back into skating full tilt at 41 is my mid life crisis – I really can’t afford a sportscar. But I’ve had a blast this summer.

Shoes though, went through 2 pairs. Hard to find a decent cup sole padded shoe. Cant do vulcanized. Loved the old Prods, but ordered the 10(or 11) and they’re kinda like Janoskis so I sent them back (too flimsy for me). Been skating the SB Team classic, and its been treating me pretty well. Im a size 13 and have a hard time finding a good fit. Found some of those New Balances on sale, but 13 was too tight. Mail order to Canada is brutal, so I cant get my hands on those es slim accell (shipping and duty double up the price) so Im on my 2nd pair of SB’s. Soles are supper sticky but seem to wear down fast and the suede is ok. Bought some shoe goo today and will try to patch up my ollie hole. At least I haven’t tre flipped through my big toe yet. I swear haven shoe goo’ed for like 15-20 yrs. No joke.

Love the thread. Keep it up.

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« Reply #1524 on: September 10, 2018, 12:28:35 PM »
Age - 41
Set up   Ride 8.25” boards – whatever I can get my hands off for cheap. Currently riding a Studio board (peep their new vid Lately - https://   )
Wheels – 52’s – another set I bought for cheap – I think their Paradise Wheels – Andrew Mcgraw – quite a few yrs old…
Swiss bearings (first pair I’ve ever owned, had ‘em for maybe 6+ yrs now I think – wish I would have bought a pair years ago…)
Indys- 144 I think (flush with an 8.25) 6+ years too (maybe more)
Preferred terrain – Street , ledges, that type of stuff…
Fav Skaters : I don’t follow the new stuff as much as I should, but enjoy watching the older guys skate. Chico’s insta clips get me hyped.
Music – 90’s hip hop, classic rock, whatever I guess.
Married for 7 yrs in November
Kids - 2 boys – 2 (in Nov) and 4
Started skating – In the neighborhood – butt boarding - Skating for 30+ years (marty mcfly really got me into it)
Occupation - Work in an office setting - desk job

Actually bought the bearing and trucks off Dave from 35th via mail order.  He gave me a nice deal. I used to frequent this board allot more before and then backed off for a bit…

Fav skate spot would be ledges. We have this legal skate plaza at home and I skate it as much as possible. Lots of interesting characters too, and there’s a convenience /beer store across the street. Kid you not!

That’s my story
Never really stopped skating, definitely slowed down in certain periods of my life and really got back into it this summer. We had a great summer weather wise (was hot as hell) but not too much rain to through off my scheduled sessions (they’re almost  set in stone - Tuesday and Friday nights). Past couple of years with the arrival of my kids, moved and bought a house, few DIY renovations that took and entire summer (basement gut and god know what else), my schedule finally freed up a bit for more consistent skating. Thank god for muscle memory, but my confidence definitely took a hit so allot of hesitating when I skate up to the ledges but I’m getting over that.

Usually go out and skate alone, and will run into other peps at the spots. Tell ya though, lotta times Id be alone at the spot and it was great. Blank slate. No one cutting in front of you or younger kids one upping whatever tricks im trying. Glad to say that my skating felt allot better at the end of the summer vs the beginning. Getting a little self-conscious with my skating as I age.

I’ve used my wifes Iphone tripod a few times to get a few clips (yea I’m that guy, but use it when I’m alone at the park). I’ll try to piece a few together and throw them up sometime.

I’m wondering if me getting back into skating full tilt at 41 is my mid life crisis – I really can’t afford a sportscar. But I’ve had a blast this summer.

Shoes though, went through 2 pairs. Hard to find a decent cup sole padded shoe. Cant do vulcanized. Loved the old Prods, but ordered the 10(or 11) and they’re kinda like Janoskis so I sent them back (too flimsy for me). Been skating the SB Team classic, and its been treating me pretty well. Im a size 13 and have a hard time finding a good fit. Found some of those New Balances on sale, but 13 was too tight. Mail order to Canada is brutal, so I cant get my hands on those es slim accell (shipping and duty double up the price) so Im on my 2nd pair of SB’s. Soles are supper sticky but seem to wear down fast and the suede is ok. Bought some shoe goo today and will try to patch up my ollie hole. At least I haven’t tre flipped through my big toe yet. I swear haven shoe goo’ed for like 15-20 yrs. No joke.

Love the thread. Keep it up.


Sorry didnt mean to post the vid like that, wanted a link, not a screen shot....

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« Reply #1525 on: September 10, 2018, 12:54:34 PM »
34, but that’s really not that old these days.
Deffinetly older than most guys i skate with though.
Not married but we’ve got a kid.
Skate like once or twice a week, started out like that because I physically couldn’t (broke both my legs in my 20’s), nowadays that’s just the system.
Any more than that I can’t really get hyped and just end up having a boring/bad session.
Mostly skate ledges and flatground, with a little bit of tranny mixed in there.
Standard skatepark shit.
Still feel like there’s room for progression, even though most of the tricks are just re-learned from 10+ years ago.
Would love to be able to film one more video part...

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« Reply #1526 on: September 11, 2018, 05:11:07 PM »
Age: 44

Set Up: 8.25 Anti Hero
             53mm Spitfire F4 Classics 99a
             144/8.25” Forged Indys
             Bones Swiss 6
             Jessup

Preferred Terrain: I was pure street skater (I hate parks, except DIYs) my entire life, but “discovered” transition about a year and half ago. Been skating mostly mini ramps recently. That said, my favorites are curbs, small ledges, DIYs, barriers, banks, and tranny. I despise “perfect” skate parks—has to have some crust factor or I won’t go near it.   

Favorite skaters: BA.KU., J. Stranger, Natas, Tommy G., Chris Miller, Jerry Gurney, Matt Hensley, Lance, B.A., Danny Way, Burnquist, Frank Gerwer, Tom Knox, Dressen, Ethan Fowler, Mike V., Dune, Chris Pfanner, GT, pretty much all the Anti-Hero guys. 

Music: Punk, post-punk, metal, darkwave, big band/swing, old hip-hop, soul/funk.

Married: No. Got out of 7.5-year-long relationship awhile ago.

Kids: Hell, no! I can’t even keep plants alive.

Occupation: I was a lawyer, but I quit practicing law. Now I am a security manager at a large bar / night club.

Here are two pics of me from within the last month. First handrail in over 20 years, and a great bail shot at a local bowl. At my age, I consider it a blessing that I can skate at all. I am grateful for every session that I have, and I'm having more fun skating in my 40s than I ever did when I was younger.





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Re: Old Dudes Post Up Here...
« Reply #1527 on: September 12, 2018, 09:22:27 AM »
Nice handrail pic! Your a brave sole. Handrails and gaps are something I dont even bother with at my ripe age of 41. Crusty spots always seem better.

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« Reply #1528 on: September 12, 2018, 09:26:38 AM »
Age: 31
Set Up: 8.25 to 8.8
Indy
56mm
Preferred Terrain: the streets
Favorite skaters: changes constantly, right now, tfunk.
Music:  no country
Married: engaged
Kids: yes
Occupation: industrial tool sharpening
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« Reply #1529 on: September 12, 2018, 09:53:51 AM »
Nice handrail pic! Your a brave sole. Handrails and gaps are something I dont even bother with at my ripe age of 41. Crusty spots always seem better.

Thanks for the kind words!
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