The best way to dress up as a skating star?
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The skate magazine’s founder, David Skate, said he was inspired by skaters like his friend Nick and his father Steve, who made a similar decision after seeing the video of their father, Bob Skate.
Skateboards are the new sneakers for the skateboarder, he said.
Skating sneakers, while still popular in the past, are not for everyone, Skate said.
“I think it’s the most misunderstood part of the sport.”
Skate’s mother, Linda, said her daughter is not a fashionista.
“She’s a very happy and open-minded girl,” Linda said.
For a long time, Skates and his friends would wear white or black leather jackets, jeans and flip-flops.
He wears white skate shoes, but also wears flip- flops, the ones with his hair tucked in.
When he’s not skating, he’s at a bowling alley with friends, bowling shirts and black shorts, he joked.
But it was his mom, Linda Skate says, who convinced him to make the decision to dress as a skateboard.
“Skateboarding was my baby,” she said.
Linda, an artist, and Skate were both childhood friends.
Skates loved skateboarding and the idea of being a pro.
When Linda was younger, she and Skates started skating together in elementary school.
When she was 17, she took over running the skate shop and Skated began wearing the same white shoes to work every day.
Linda and Skats skate together at Skatebuzz.
Skaters have been in love ever since.
Linda said she’s not the most skilled or skilled-minded skateboarders out there.
But they’ve both learned from each other.
“My dad has always been very professional,” Linda Skates said.
She is a professional dancer, but it’s a hobby that her father and skaters both enjoy.
Linda Skater says the way her father’s family has treated her as a child has shaped her view of life.
“Growing up in a family of skaters, they treated me like they loved me,” Linda explained.
“They gave me everything.
I was a star.
I didn’t have to do anything, just be a skaters.”
Skates was a skateboarding star when he was 11, but his parents divorced when he turned 16.
Linda says she was the only one of her siblings who didn’t skate with her dad.
“He would go skateboarding with his dad,” Linda recalled.
Linda had a tough time adjusting to her parents’ departure.
“When he was a kid, I had a very rough childhood,” Linda says.
Linda is now a certified physical therapist.
“It’s hard for me to get into my job because I have to constantly make sure that I’m meeting my clients,” Linda added.
Linda still enjoys skating, but she has been working as a mental health counselor and helps clients with mental health issues.
Linda also loves her husband, Steve, skateboarding.
“The skateboarding lifestyle is a really wonderful thing, but I still miss skating,” she told The Associated Press.
“As much as I loved the sport growing up, I was still a skydiver.
And my family is very supportive.” “
But as much as skateboarding is my passion, I miss my family.
And my family is very supportive.”
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