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Still Tippin

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Re: Moving to New York
« Reply #60 on: August 13, 2014, 03:59:37 PM »
Hey guys.
SLAP will probably cook me for that post:
So, I am going to NYC for two weeks in late August. I intend to buy a board.
As many people over here, I am very picky with my set up and only ride Mob-grip. Jessup won't do it for me.
My question would be which of the skateshops carries Mob grip?
(Of course I already checked the homepages of a few shops, but couldn't find any infor abot it).

Let the shitstorm begin!
labor in chinatown has always had mob when i get a board there so thats your safest bet. they also have one of the sickest board walls in the city. other shops tend to run out and for some reason lag on restocking it. for example, ive skipped out on buying decks from dqm on the bowery and 2nd nature in brookyln specifically because they didnt have mob.

blades on broadway will also most definitely have mob at all times, but be warned, its basically a one stop shop for hypebeasts with a decent sized board wall in the upstairs area. usually crailtap, dlx, and big time distro boards is all they have.

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Re: Moving to New York
« Reply #61 on: August 14, 2014, 04:44:08 AM »
Thanks man. And thanks for not asking me to focus my account ;).
A friend of mine already requested Labor skateshop to me. Now that I know they carry Mob, I am sure I will be getting my board there.
Was hoping to try a Hopps board, but everything else will probaply do it.

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Re: Moving to New York
« Reply #62 on: August 14, 2014, 06:08:14 AM »
Thanks man. And thanks for not asking me to focus my account ;).
A friend of mine already requested Labor skateshop to me. Now that I know they carry Mob, I am sure I will be getting my board there.
Was hoping to try a Hopps board, but everything else will probaply do it.

Labor always has Hopps boards. I order from them frequently.

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Re: Moving to New York
« Reply #63 on: September 03, 2014, 04:23:12 AM »
Thanks man. And thanks for not asking me to focus my account ;).
A friend of mine already requested Labor skateshop to me. Now that I know they carry Mob, I am sure I will be getting my board there.
Was hoping to try a Hopps board, but everything else will probaply do it.

Labor always has Hopps boards. I order from them frequently.

Labor is a really cool skateshop. The guys that work there were very cool and helped us out with spots (even though we could have used the QS spotmap).
The Hopps shape wasn't really me, so I bought a Magenta as usual.

We also went to KCDC, but were cool guy'd out.