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Eric Koston Signature Series Frogskins LX - Night Camo/Dark Grey (OO2043-13)

Eric Koston

Action Sports

Where does one begin with Eric Koston? Koston will go down as one of the all-time greats in skateboarding. Since turning pro in 1993, he has seemingly done it all; from X-Games medals to being recognized as one of the best street skaters around, and to this day, he still continues to leave an impact in skateboarding. Always known for being an innovator and influencer within the skateboard community, Koston continues to grow the culture with his online powerhouse, TheBerrics.com, in part...

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  • Family Affair: Canadian Sisters Justine and Chloé Dufour-Lapointe Score Gold and Silver in Freestyle Moguls

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    Posted 6 months ago by John Ohail

    It wasn’t enough that they secured gold and silver medals in Russia in the women’s freestyle moguls event; the Dufour-Lapointe sisters from Canada stole the hearts of millions worldwide with their family bond during their moment of Olympic glory.

  • Jamie Anderson Wins First-Ever Women's Olympic Slopestyle Gold; Jones Takes Bronze

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    Posted 6 months ago by Chasen Marshall

    Jamie Anderson knows how to play it cool. She’s not one to get too high or too low or let the weight of a moment impact how she rides. On the biggest stage for snowboarding, she knew how to withstand the drastic pressure that is being the favorite in an event making its debut on the Olympic stage. She needed a big run on a course that had caused problems for the majority of the riders in the field, and she did just that. She rose when the rest fell, just as she’s done so many times before. And she won the first-ever Olympic gold in the debut of women’s snowboard Slopestyle. “Elder states(wo)man” Jenny Jones of Great Britain took the bronze.

  • Starting the Party: Sandbech and McMorris Medal in Olympic Debut of Slopestyle in Sochi

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    Posted 6 months ago by Chasen Marshall

    Well, that’s over. Slopestyle has been unveiled to the masses. It’s come out from under its X Games-nurtured rock and spread its awesomeness over everything else that will happen in Sochi, Russia. And what a debut! It had excitement, it had drama, it had triple corks, it had suspense and it had drama (did we already say that?). In the end, it had a trio of snowboarders on the podium that exude exactly what the sport is all about: having fun and going big. Norwegian Stale Sandbech ended up with the silver medal, while Canada’s Mark McMorris, who landed two triple corks in his run, settled for Bronze. USA’s Sage Kotsenburg won Gold.

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