Five years ago, Voxel entered the longboarding scene determined to make high quality products and bring their vision to the community. They’ve made leaps and bounds in those 5 years – from two workbenches at home in to a 10×30 mini factory in present day. They’re now setting the tone for the integration of technology into the manufacturing process with 3D printing.
We last spoke with Voxel in 2017 when they released the 3310. Even then, Voxel understood the importance of iterating until things were right – they made five molds before they got the 3310 just right. Now, you can see how they’ve incorporated rapid-prototyping and iteration into their products.
2021 has been a banger of a year for Voxel and as the winter approaches they’re more ready than ever. Read on for our interview with Voxel and what they’ve been up to this year.
Right now Brandon is overseas in Europe leading camps and aiming for podiums. He is a busy man and we are stoked to finally get sometime to sit down with him and chat about his upcoming board the Proscrito and what has lead up to it. You can also keep up with all of Brandon’s adventures on Instagram!
We had the opportunity to sit down with Philippe to talk about all things Zenit Longboards. Philippe is the owner and operator of Zenit – he started the company from his passion for skateboarding and it has blossomed into a very successful brand. We are stoked to share what we discussed with the boss man himself!
Pantheon’s Summit Series includes the Nexus, Gaia and CHiller Pro made in a new, high-tech composite construction developed in tandem with World Tree Workshop.
The construction features two pieces of vertically laminated poplar to form the core. The core is then wet laid with carbon fiber when pressed. The result is an incredibly strong and light deck. You’ll get snappy feedback, easier pushes up the hill and more resilience to curb smashes with the Summit Series – rugged sex appeal.
Follow along as we get into some detail on this new series with Pantheon.
Evan Aamodt of Valkyrie Truck Co. goes in-depth about his company, it’s team of skilled riders, their setups and what direction Valkyrie is heading. Read on for a very interesting look at one of the industry’s favorite truck manufacturers.
Evan Aamodt from Valkyrie holding a Voxter DH Slalom
Evan Aamodt is the owner and operator of Valkyrie Trucks. We got some time to sit down with him and discuss how Valkyrie got started, the struggles of growing a brand in the current environment, which team riders to watch and some future plans.
We are thankful for the time he took with use to discuss in great detail all things Valkyrie!