“If you can’t ollie up it, don’t ollie down it.” What started as a blog documenting the irreverence and ever-changing landscape of New York City skateboarding has become the digital hub of downtown culture. Championing Tompkins Square Park—the city’s greatest non-spot— and corner store cuisine, Quartersnacks has defined the tone and tenor of New York’s skate scene by documenting skateboarding through their lens. Sweetly snarky and always on-the-nose, the TF Reports® take the temperature of city skating and beyond.

16 years deep, Quartersnacks and Nike SB pull from the vaults to create a Dunk Low SB Pro that utilizes early-2000s materials and the classic colors and aesthetics of grab-and-scarf bodega sweets. An homage to where the locals earn their stripes, the Quartersnacks Dunk features embroidered branding and a jacquard woven label with their infamous hot take.

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The Quartersnacks Dunk Low releases exclusively in skateshops starting 9.18.

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Stories in Skateboarding

Using shoes as a way to canonize skateboarding stores in the most imaginative ways possible to honor and elevate skateboarding’s roots.

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Ten days in Atlanta with Frog Skateboards, featuring Chris Milic, Jesse Alba, Antonio Durao, Nolan Benfield, Daniel Kim, Hayden Burns and Luis Ouida.
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Antonio Durao


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