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2012 Burnside Pack

Check out 360° views of the 2012 Burnside Pack shown in Black Stripe.

Pack features:
- Fleece lined, padded sleeve fits most 15" laptops
- Side access to laptop sleeve
- Skate carry straps
- Zippered side pockets
- Padded bottom panel

Theotis Beasley Ad Day

Theotis just turned Pro but that doesn’t mean he is slowing down one bit. We wrangled him up one Saturday and had him take us to some of his local spots. Theo handled business and got the back side flip for the Ad. Congrats on turning Pro Theo!!!!

Shawn Hale Ad Day

A few months back, we tried to shoot Shawn's Ad Day. After a long day, several spots and no ad we finally had to call it. Flash forward, Shawn and the boys are at it again. This time we hit several spots in Costa Mesa and Dana Point, nailing the Ad after putting in some work, as the sun was
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Ben Hatchell Ad Day

In Arizona, on the weekend of the Phoenix AM, it seemed like it was 1000 degrees outside. That didn’t stop Ben Hatchell from killing it all weekend. Not only did he get an ad done, he also qualified first and then won the 2011 Phoenix AM. Not bad for a guy who also turned 21 at the stroke of midnigh...
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Paul Machnau Ad Day

Where do you go where it rains in California? To the desert of course! We hopped in the van and met up with Paul Machnau out in Palm Springs to get some skating done. The rain followed us, but Paul killed it in between showers and handled business.

Andrew Langi Ad Day

DAKINE follows Andrew Langi from Redwood City, CA. He shows us the lines at Phil Shao’s park. Then we all jump in the van and head up to San Francisco’s Potrero Park to film his Ad. Andrew finishes the day with some food at the local Mexican spot.

Sean Conover Ad Day

DAKINE tags along with Sean Conover and the boys in North County SD. They start the day at Oceanside’s Melba Bishop skate park. Then Sean heads over to tangle with a sketchy run up and a wooden rail. After the dust settles, he ends up at Del Taco and gets a consolation prize for a hard days work.