Heroin Holiday 2017 Catalog!

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Our new Holiday Catalog is out now. Check in with your local skate shop for the goods. If they're sissies and scared of the name, then get it from our online store. Super stoked for this drop, Hirotton killed it with his first Heroin series "Vicious Nature". Tony Karr came up with the "Revenge of the Egg" and I'm skating that now and loving it. So much other good stuff. Deer Man of Dark Woods 8.88 on a Shovelegg shape. Glow in the dark wheels! Glow in the dark rails. Egg pin badges. It's all too much, check it for yourself in our "Stuff" page. 


When Barrier Kult released the HORDE DVD in 2004, I don't think they know the effect it would have on skateboarding. I loved it, it was completely refreshing to what was happening in skateboarding, Ski masks, Jersey Barriers, Black metal, scenes from obscure horror movies thrown in there. Whats not to love? Alan Glass and I always cited it as a huge inspiration for our "Live from Antarctica" Video from 2005. 

A lot has happened in the 13 years since the last video. Shoe deals, pro trucks, Japan tours, countless Pro models and magazine articles, even a book. We're blessed (or Cursed might be more apt) to have Deer Man of Dark Woods as one of our Pro's. He even had last part in our 2013 DVD Video Nasty, and I even let him drive my 74 Camaro around Los Angeles for a day.

So when they announced the follow up to HORDE, HORDE 2, of course you know its going to be good. 13 years in the making. Expect NO MERCY to be shown to those Barriers in this one. 

MSH2 on Itunes

I wanted to give the skate shops a while to sell through on the DVDs's before releasing Magic Sticky Hand 2 on iTunes. Now that we've been sold out for a while I feel like tomorrow is a good time to launch the iTunes version. 

Featuring new songs for Logan and Anaiah's parts, and an extended Craig Questions edit. Definitely worth checking out the iTunes version of MSH2. 

Pre order here



Rogie Video Nasty Part

Just watched Rogie's Video Nasty part again and really enjoyed it. From our 2013 video that Rogie actually edited. His part includes all the grim northern spots you'd expect from a Rogie section, but also is a portrait of a young man searching for answers, "Who am I?" "Why and I dressed like a Victorian Bakers delivery boy in some of these clips?" "Did my ACDC cover band ever get off the ground". This piece leave the audience wondering the same thing, but gives them some small satisfaction in that wall ride yank out at the BBC banks and the banging Eagles track.