From local shops to elite sponsors, Sean Malto’s discipline has led to his successful skate career.
Malto picked up his first board at age 10 in his hometown of Lansing, Kansas. From an early age, he was supported by the Escapist Skate Shop in Kansas City, support that he still gets today. Continue reading
Big Boy Foy might not look like it, but he’s got the finesse of a figure skater when he’s on a board.
Starting his path to pro at age 4, Jamie entered a contest in his hometown of Deerfield Breach, Florida. He ended up getting a year’s supply of pizza for being the youngest contestant. Continue reading
One of the most prolific stakeboarders of the ’80s, Lance Mountain is still going strong to this day.
After getting his first skateboard from a friend in 1975, Mountain took first or second place in almost every amateur competition he entered. Continue reading
Steve Berra – Skate More
Pro skateboarder, director, screenwriter, actor, brand consultant, content creator. Give Steve Berra a job to do and he’ll do it. Continue reading
Bob Burnquist is an X-Games legend.
After starting skating at age 11 in Sao Paulo, Bob turned pro by the age of 14. In 1995 he won the Slam City Jam and has been wowing crowds ever since, competing in every Summer X-Game event from its start in 1995 to his retirement from the competition in 2017. Continue reading