Sunday, August 8, 2010

Boss of all....

all things seasons skate shop can be found on our web site as we will no longer be using the blog. xoxo

Monday, March 15, 2010

Keep Calm and Grind On.

Dear Friends,
We hope to see you all this weekend. Drink up be merry it's a celebration.

Friday, January 22, 2010


Ramp It Up: Skateboard Culture in Native America
December 11, 2009–June 27, 2010
George Gustav Heye Center, New York

Ramp it Up celebrates the vibrancy, creativity, and controversy of American Indian skate culture. Skateboarding combines demanding physical exertion with design, graphic art, filmmaking, and music to produce a unique and dynamic culture. One of the most popular sports on Indian reservations, skateboarding has inspired American Indian and Native Hawaiian communities to host skateboard competitions and build skate parks to encourage their youth. Native entrepreneurs own skateboard companies and sponsor community-based skate teams. Native artists and filmmakers, inspired by their skating experiences, credit the sport with teaching them a successful work ethic. The exhibition features rare and archival photographs and film of Native skaters as well as skatedecks from Native companies and contemporary artists.

It's amazing to me what skateboarding does and is for people. Now matter who,what, when, where or why...Skate or Die.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

This Time Tomorrow

This Time Tomorrow is the new video project from Chris Mulhern (Few and Far Between) and Seasons is very happy about being a sponsor for the project. Peep the website and check out the interview with shop rider Curtis Rapp. We are very excited for this video, parts from Seasons friends Dave Caddo,Devon Connely and Steve Durante. Today is also Curts Birthday so buy him a drink or check out his latest photo in the NYC Metro Article over at Slap.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

New Dez and Nobs Video

This video was done by shop rider Ryan Moore, Rapping is
done by Dezmatic and beats by Nobbs, enjoy!

New Seasons Video

SmallBunny from Trevor Culley on Vimeo.

This video is just some of the action over the past two years
from the dudes in Albany. Thanks go to Ryan and Trevor for
putting this together. The video will also be posted at our
website till we open.

Seasons Skateshop

The idea of doing a full on skate shop in Albany has
been in the works for a number of years. The timing
just wasn't right. We had the Shelter after all and we
all had put so much work into it. But nothing stays
the same or lasts forever. With the CHANGING of
ownership we (Trevor Culley, Chris Battibulli and
Damon Vorce) felt the time was now. It's been a long time
So here we are...
Seasons Skate Shop.

To our friends and family see you in the Spring...