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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,, in part...

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Recent Action Sports News

  • Valuable Real Estate: Oakley Invades The Berrics With Help From Koston and McFetridge


    Posted 9 days ago by Chasen Marshall

    It’s a wall in a warehouse in an industrial district. The space around this particular segment shares a likeness with the surrounding neighborhood of downtown Los Angeles. The building backs up to the Los Angeles River and is neighbors with companies that cater to fabrics and textiles and aluminum. There’s no machines humming or clocks being punched or lunch breaks. There are loud, echoing noises: snaps and whaps and cracks. There’s also a massive forklift rolling across the room. Skateboard icon Eric Koston and renowned artist Geoff McFetridge watch and wait. Koston has his skateboard at his feet, McFetridge wears an apron over an old t-shirt, off white pants and white Jack Purcells. Behind them, the 96-foot-wide, 20.5-foot-high “canvas” stands in a state of construction.

  • Nothing "Quiet" About Aaron Rathy or His Riding: Q&A With the Star Wakeboarder


    Posted 14 days ago by Chasen Marshall

    Aaron Rathy has a portfolio full of accolades. He’s won a bunch of contests, been Rider of the Year, landed the trick of the year, had banger video parts and all the while maintained a status as one of the most influential and exciting riders in wakeboarding to date. Yeah, Rathy has a lot going for him, including a starring part in the new video from Wakeboarding Magazine, “Quiet, Please.” With the movie out and near the mid-point of the contest season (which actually never really ends), we caught up with Rathy to a sense of everything that’s going on in his life and mind these days.

  • A Sit Down With Sean Malto, Newest Member of the Oakley Skate Team


    Posted about 1 month ago by Chasen Marshall

    The prestige level of the Oakley Skate Team took another step up this past month. Welcomed to the team is Street League champion, video part master and all-around good dude, Sean Malto. The 24-year-old Jayhawk (born in Leavenworth, Kansas) may look like the boy next door with equal manners, but the guy is chilling in a contest setting, with a steely nerve that allows him to dismiss what the rest of us would consider high stakes nerves. While the contest accolades and jaw-dropping video parts (see “Pretty Sweet”) equate to the sort of reputation that makes him a big-damn-deal in skateboarding, Malto still finds himself in awe of all he’s experienced due in large part to a grippy piece of wood with wheels. During his first visit to the Oakley Compound – alongside some high-profile travel companions (Eric Koston, Atiba Jefferson and Curren Caples) for a project soon to be announced – we took a few minutes to run some tape.

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