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Concrete Wave Mag Featuring Skate Clip and Article Submissions from the PublicConcrete Wave Magazine has recently announced in an article on their site that they will feature skate clips from unsponsored skaters if anyone wants to submit their skate clips thru a new page they just released called their Clip Submit page.
Unsponsored Skaters WelcomeDon’t worry Sponsored skaters, they are not excluding Sponsored skaters from submitting, but they did make it clear they are opening up to unsponsored skater submissions (as much, if not more-so than the usual pro level stuff you see on most mags). This has always been the Concrete Wave vibe though, always in touch with skaters of all levels, and all forms, and never really focusing in on just one style or level of the skate world, something that we’ve always liked about the mag.
Instagram, YouTube, or BlogYou can submit Instagram posts, YouTube Videos, or Articles, and they’ll review and re-post them on IG or feature them on their website! I’m sure they can’t feature every single clip that’s submitted, but then again, who knows!
Free Features = Free Exposure / FollowersIt’s worth a shot for any up and coming skaters that want to get some exposure, get some new followers, and boost their skate game thru Concrete Wave, a long standing skateboard magazine who we’ve partnered with in the past and can verify is made by skaters, for skaters, and has been for a long time (15-20 years, something like that).
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Whatever Skateboards Welcomes Jason Gallo, aka @babytooks, to the Whatever Team
Its time to reveal the latest addition to the Whatever Team: Jason Gallo! Welcome to the team! For those who haven’t seen his clips @babytooks (click and follow him!) you need to get on the Internet more because Jason has been live firing some of the most viral clips to hit the scene recently. Know for his hair raising drops, effortless park style, and comparison to the mighty Aaron Jaws Homoki We’re stoked to have snagged him and brought him on to Whatever.
The Clip Seen Round the World
You’ve caught his clips on Instagram (follow at @babytooks) getting reposted by some of the biggest accounts in the game, including our very own Whatever Skateboards Instagram, but here’s the mega viral clip that earned him his comparison to the legendary Jaws. If you haven’t seen this skate clip yet here’s your warning: this is INTENSE.
Not Enough For You? HERE’S MORE
Jason has been dropping in and dropping clips left and right recently, here’s his latest enormous dump truck that will make you question everything.
A Natural Rider and Smooth Steez
It’s not all massive drops and stomps for Jason Gallo, here’s a quickie park clip showing off how easy he makes it look. With effortless flow in the bowls and an undeniably smooth riding style you can see why we’re stoked to have @babytooks on the team.
Want More, More, More?
Of course you do. Be sure to follow his account on IG @babytooks to keep up to date and definitely follow us @whateverskateboards for the best skate clips, skateboarding memes, and of course our contests and giveaways.
Ray’s Pool A San Diego Legend
Ray’s pool has been a hot spot for local San Diego skaters for the past 15 years. While skaters shred, spectators can watch from the sides of the pool or from the top of the roof that over looks the pool. Ray’s house and pool is a pretty sweet spot that is at a high vantage point of San Diego. Back in the day, before there were skate spots, this was where locals would gather to skate. Ray is putting the home on the market, marking an ending to a San Diego skating era. To celebrate the past decade and a half, Ray hosted a birthday party for local skate legend Old Man Andy. It has been the last big skate gathering at the pool since the beginning.
A Bit About Ray
Ray was born and raised in San Diego. He is a bit of a local legend himself. Along with skating, Ray is into surfing and fishing. Currently, he is working on a new big project. He is the owner of the Pacific Beach restaurant Izakaya PB. This is a great spot for good eats and the freshest sushi in town. You can often find Old Man Andy and other local skaters having lunch and dinner at this spot near the beach. Not only can Ray shred the surf, he can also craft a really mean roll and cook up some soulful ramen. He keeps true to his Japanese roots through his craft of food.
Custom Skateboard Pool Theme
We put together a collection of custom skateboard designs to share with you. These custom skateboards are inspired by Ray and his pool. As you can see by the theme, the fusion of California and Japanese culture has fuzed together for these designs. You can find this collection of custom skateboard designs along with others at WhateverSkateboards.com’s browse section.