This week marked the 10 year anniversary of Dekline. On February 24th, 2004 we shipped our first collection of shoes. 10 years later we are still here to due to the continued support of skateboarders and skateshops across the world. We would like to thank everyone who has helped and supported us over the past 10 years. Cheers!
Thrasher Magazine's Michael Burnett joined us at the 10 year party and documented with a Burnout post. Check all the photos here.
Over the weekend the Dekline team jumped to the border to Mexicali, Mexico to hit the streets and meet up with the local skateshop, GraffZone for a signing and demo.
The crew at GraffZone hooked up some official documents/permits, serving as a free pass to skate the streets of Mexicali with no hassle. Unfortunately the documents didn't hold enough weight and we were kicked out of every spot we hit.
First Class treatment for our transportation.
Our tour guide Luis was the best. He led us around town to all the spots.
When in Rome....
Matt B testing the waters.
Pat B winding down to gear up for the surprise show.
Room full dust.
The surprise musical guest showed up, Leo Romero and his band Travesura.
Team Signing at GraffZone, the local skateshop.
The crew was hyped.
It got live at the show with the bambinos!
Joey Ragali backstage at the venue.
Leo and his band, Travesura killed it! Thanks for making the trip down South bros!
This dude backs the F permanently.
Looks as though he's brainwashed permanently too.
Murphy jumped the border with us...one lats international hurrah before heading back to Denver.
Thrasher Magazine Staff Photographer Rhino writes: Another trip out to the Desert for an 8-day skate trip with Dakota Servold, Ryan Spencer, Blake Carpenter, Joey Ragali, Blue Heady, Braxton Powers, and Tre Williams to skate with Jaws. A few skateparks, some street chomping and 2 story buildings for Jaws to jump off! The trip ended on Jaws' 24th Birthday, good times in AZ!
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Pocket Cam 15. Featuring Dakota Servold, Aaron "Jaws" Homoki, Nick Merlino and Blake Carpenter. Packed into the Tum Yeto van the crew drives aimlessly across and around America searching for untapped spots while filming for Dekline's first video release schedule later this year.
Foundation and Dekline flow bro Daniel Cutcliffe is tough as nails! Two back to back ACL blow's and Daniel still managed to come through will a kick ass part for Faith Skate Supply's latest video "Reason 2 Believe." Video and Edit: Christopher "Cricket" Thurber. For more info on how to support "Reason 2 Believe" contact www.faithskatesupply.com.
Tum Yeto's Thanks For Giving Tour has officially wrapped. ESPN has a photo feature with a glimpse into the spots that Jaws took a liking too. Click here to see the photos Rodent shot for this article and click here to see an Instagram feed of all the madness that ensued on the #ThanksForGivingTour.