Posts tagged ‘Jason lee’

Stereo Wood Vinyl Cruisers in NYC

30 November 2012, 14.35 | Posted in cruisers, Skateboarding, videos | 1 comment »

Jason Lee and the crew took to the streets of NYC for a rad nighttime push on Stereo’s new Vinyl Cruisers in wood. Check it out as Lee, Kyle Leeper, Raymond Molinar, Tony Karr, and Christian Maalouf have an old fashioned boys night out.

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Stereo | Wood Vinyl Cruisers

15 October 2012, 18.24 | Posted in completes, Skateboarding, videos | 1 comment »

Retro-Cruiser mania continues with the release of Stereo’s new Vinyl Cruiser in wood. Check out what a little grip tape and some brooms can do for a day at Griffith Park in LA for Jason Lee, Chris Pastras and fam. More looks after the jump.

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Stereo Vinyl Cruiser: Jason Lee, Pilot Lee, and the Stereo Boys Cruise Echo Park

29 November 2011, 18.58 | Posted in completes, Skateboarding | No comments »

The latest Stereo Vinyl Cruiser commercial goes family edition with Jason Lee cruising with his son Pilot through Echo Park in Los Angeles. In addition to the rest of the Stereo boys there is a quick cameo from Giovanni Ribisi. These cruisers look more and more fun with each commercial.

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My Name Is Earl Twitition

22 May 2009, 16.36 | Posted in Skateboarding, tv | 1 comment »

Rad Collector - My Name Is Earl Twitition
In some vaguely skateboarding related news, Jason Lee’s My Name Is Earl has been canceled after much speculation as to its future. The show was decent, better than most stuff on network TV for sure, but not the type of thing you’d expect would be around forever. Some people, however, aren’t taking this sitting down and have organized a “Twitition” to bring the show back. Yep, if you log onto Twitter, you can Tweet the Earl Twitition and attempt to be a part of TV history. Good Luck!

Epicly Later’d | Guy Mariano Pt 2

20 March 2009, 17.13 | Posted in Skateboarding, videos | No comments »

VBS TV has put out the next installment of their Epicly Later’d series on Guy Mariano. Featuring commentary from Jason Lee and tons of extra footage from Video Days, this one is old school head heaven.