I've been shooting ZURIICK's campaigns for the past year. They've given me a lot of freedom to shoot their campaigns the way I want to, and we've done some cool stuff together (scope some here, if you like)... definitely one of my favorite clients.
So, fuck it. I'm hyping 'em.
Today they released their new line of AMERICAN MADE boots... 2 styles are available now, 1 more is on the way.
2 weeks ago, I was lucky enough to walk out of their office with the first pair off the line. I've given 'em daily wear for 14 days now and I will personally guarantee, these boots are fucking burly. If you're in the market for some solid, rebuildable, lifetime boots that are made by your neighbors, then check these bitches out.
Each pair in this collection is hand-built in the American Northwest, by an American, using leather sourced from Montana. And Montana is in America, for those who don't know.
If you're an American, this should mean something to you.
Support U.S. manufacturing.
Check 'em out HERE: ZURIICK.COM
We ripped to the skate park, well, Tonino ripped, Brock, Seth and myself drove our 4 wheel vehicles. So Tonino won cool guy for the day and also mobbed a few ill wheelies which made everything even more cool. Skating was fun as always however the rain was on and off slowing the roll, but we was rollin' still.
Good homie Chris Doyle out in VT has a ill 12 acre spread up in Stowe. Complete with an airplane he built and flew across country, mini bikes, trial bikes, corvette's and of course the obligatory honey shack for when the pull the maple from the trees in the early spring. He was a great tour guide and a stellar host of his lot and his toys for Alex and I. Great times!
Instagram is lovely, it truly is an awesome platform for geeking out internetly. It has it's draw backs though and finding the balance between the website and the gram is a tough one, it's to easy to pull out the phone and snap a few phone hammers, rather than take the time and get a solid hammer with our "real" cameras. At any rate, BOLTS is here and here to stay. Ride More! We will!
Yeah... I hate 'em, too.
But our boy Sean at Grim Cycle Salvage went ahead and entered one, anyway.
This one has a couple different areas... one with a crowd vote, one with a "business pro" judges vote. Both areas have some decent money on the line.
So, we're asking you to go vote.
If you know Sean, you know why you should do it.
If you don't know Sean, then lemme tell ya'... this cat has been dedicated to bikes his entire life. He's spent 18 years keeping motos on the road for cats like you and I.
He's not some giant corporation, and he sure as hell ain't rich... Grim is just another family-owned American small-business, trying to build something from nothin'.
Sean is looking to expand his building, expand his inventory and hire some additional wrenches should he win.
That sounds like it's worth a little vote-begging. And hopefully it's worth the 30 seconds of y'alls time that it'll take to go toss him a bone.
So get on it. If you have Facebook, you can log in through your account. If not, then it'll require an email address and password. Either way, it's easy as fuck.
Follow the link below, hit the "GROWTH" category, and toss your ballot for Grim Cycle Salvage.
Oh, and you can VOTE ONCE A DAY.
Because when you're broken down, there isn't a better dude to call on than Sean.
CLICK HERE TO GO AND VOTE!