Full Serving (2013)
December 3rd, 2013
New music from Good For You!
SST 390 Full Serving (2013) is available today on CD and digital release.
With nearly two and half hours of music, Full Serving (2013) is the complete collection of all our music released in 2013. It contains SST 385 Life Is Too Short…, SST 388 Fucked Up and SST 389 Too! all resequenced on 2 Compact Discs. The package also includes a 3rd Bonus Disc featuring 6 additional tracks that will not be available on any vinyl release.
You now can order the digital version of Full Serving (2013) — forty songs in total — on iTunes for only $9.99. You can also purchase on CD at your local record store or you can buy it online from SST or from Amazon.
Thrasher Classics: Public Domain
October 1st, 2013
The King of Street Skating, Mark Gonzales pays Mike V the great honor of recognizing his 1988 Powell-Peralta video part in Public Domain as a “Classic.” Check it out on the Thrasher Magazine Website.
Elephant Skateboards x Evel Knievel x Mike Vallely Board Series
September 24th, 2013
Evel Knievel is an American Icon. He was a flesh & blood super-hero and he greatly influenced and inspired me when I was young. He has remained a major inspiration and hero in my life all along. I am truly honored and proud to present the first ever, official Evel Knievel licensed skateboards. The Legend lives on. — Mike V
The Elephant Brand Skateboards x Evel Knievel x Mike Vallely Board Series and T-Shirt are now available for purchase here.
X-Games: New Jersey Legends
September 16th, 2013
Once known as “The Hot Shoe, Glue Foot,” Mike Vallely is the first and last name you should know when mentioning New Jersey skate legends. In 1988, Vallely pioneered street skating in Powell Peralta’s “Public Domain” video, while 25 years later his Berrics “Bangin’” video proved he’s the only street skater from the ’80s still ripping at such a high level. Vallely embodies the hard-working, blue-collar, no B.S. attitude that is synonymous with New Jersey — and his company Elephant Skateboards is a huge source of pride for Jerseyans.