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Luis Tolentino FTK Cover

24 May 2010, 11.42 | Posted in interviews, magazines, Skateboarding | No comments »

NYC ollie hero Luis Tolentino scored his first ever cover this month with the new issue of For The Krew. The Florida-based mag gives the SHUT shredder a six page spread where he talks, among other things, about how skateboarding saved him from both baseball and cutting down sugar cane. You can check the whole feature online here or grab an FTK at any shop worth their shit.

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Justin Bieber x SHUT?

15 April 2010, 19.34 | Posted in advertising, Skateboarding, WTF | No comments »

We had to show you this pic of global teen pop sensation and Usher boy toy Justin Bieber ollieing a SHUT deck in Teen Vogue. Why you ask? Because we love his music? Hell No! Because it’s clearly another sign that the apocalypse is upon us. When the locusts swarm and the rivers turn red, don’t say we didn’t warn you. Kid’s got some pop though right?

Frank151 x SHUT x Milk Giveaway

08 April 2010, 19.24 | Posted in collabs, contests, decks, photography, Skateboarding | No comments »

We had the exclusive first look at the SHUT x Milk deck featuring Nicole Trunfio by Hunter Barnes. The Frank151 crew pulled #151 out of the total run of 200 and are offering to give it away to the person who sends in the best skateboard graphic-worthy photo of a girl . The winner may even see his or her image pressed into a limited edition deck. Send entries to [email protected] Go here for more inspiration.

Karl Lagerfeld x SHUT

24 March 2010, 23.35 | Posted in Events, shops, Skateboarding | No comments »

This is something you don’t see every day. Fashion maestro Karl Lagerfeld paid a visit to Shut Skate Mechanics on Orchard Street today while he was shooting on the block for his next campaign. That Shut’s Mat Terwilliger and Adam Schatz on either side both of whom graciously declined Lagerfeld’s challenge to a game of S.k.a.t.e.

SHUT x Milk Studios | Closer Look

19 March 2010, 19.07 | Posted in collabs, decks, Skateboarding | 3 comments »

Here is a closer look at the SHUT x Milk skate deck featuring Nicole Trunfio shot by Hunter Barnes. An even closer look after the jump.

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SHUT x Milk Studios Party Recap

18 March 2010, 13.40 | Posted in collabs, decks, Parties, Skateboarding | No comments »

The etnies Space got turnt out last night for the release of the SHUT x Milk Studios collabo deck featuring Nicole Trunfio. Plain and simple it was skateboards, models and PBR, what more do you need? Check out some more pics after the jump.

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SHUT x Milk Studios

17 March 2010, 21.35 | Posted in collabs, decks, Skateboarding | 2 comments »

SHUT has hooked up with NYC model mayhem central, Milk Studios, for their second collaborative deck. Featuring model Nicole Trunfio, and shot by Milk house lensman Hunter Barnes, the deck is limited to only 200. Milk and SHUT are having a party tonight at the etnies space in NYC to celebrate. We’ll have pics for you tomorrow.

SHUT | Spring 2010 Decks

05 March 2010, 21.33 | Posted in decks, Skateboarding | No comments »

SHUT is killing it today. Not content to drop two major pieces of international press, SHUT also dropped 4 new decks at their Orchard Street flagship today. From left to right they are the Street Sweeper, Veins, Taxi, and the Monarchy. All four will be available at SHUT accounts shortly.


Tony Manfre | Slap Interview & Lightbox Trailer

05 March 2010, 15.29 | Posted in interviews, magazines, Skateboarding, videos | No comments »

More from SHUT. Recent pro Tony Manfre just dropped a big feature over at Slap. The audio interview by Mark Whiteley and 14 pages of photos by Joe Brook also includes the trailer for “Lightbox,” Manfre’s personal video project shot in Super 8. Check out the whole thing here.

SHUT x Central

05 March 2010, 12.20 | Posted in magazines, Skateboarding | No comments »

NYC’s original skateboard brand SHUT has been featured in the latest issue of Central Magazine. The Barcelona-based art/skate mag has a brolic ten page spread on SHUT covering both the history and the future of the brand and with a ton of good shit on Rodney Smith, Luis Tolentino, Javier Nunez and more. Check out the whole issue below.