Rolling into the Future on Onewheel

A self-balancing electric board that can be tailored for specific riders and road conditions

Now that 2015—the year that “Back to the Future” predicted hoverboards would hit the streets—is upon us, Future Motion Inc. has brought the dream of the space-age mode of transportation a little closer with Onewheel. A self-balancing electric board that relies on a single motor-propelled inflatable go-cart wheel for motion, Onewheel borrows from both skateboarding and snowboarding for a totally unique riding experience that’s thrilling …

Victory Press

Prints, pullovers and '90s boardsport nostalgia from the Brooklyn-based label

A little nostalgia is always welcome in the apparel game, especially when incorporated through retro-styled design without inhibiting modern functionality. Inspired by skate and surf culture of the ’80s and outdoor gear of the ’90s, Brooklyn’s own Victory Press presents a line that’s inspired by the past but still very much their own. The duo behind the young label—designer Jessica Humphrey and artist Jonathan Cammisa—launched …

Interview: Hanni El Khatib

The LA-based artist shares how skate culture influenced his music

San Francisco-born, LA-based Hanni El Khatib’s new album Head in the Dirt—produced by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys—is perfect summertime listening. It contains more of that blues and garage-influenced rock that the singer-songwriter is best known for. Less known, perhaps, is El Khatib’s long-standing enthusiasm for skateboarding. With that in mind, instead of typical music-related questions, we asked the musician about the influence skateboarding …