Hot off the heals of the Tampa Pro success, Split is proud to welcome Johnny Layton to its skate team.
Johnny is one of the top am’s in the country and he fits the split image perfectly. If you caught his part in Toy Machine’s “Good & Evil” you know exactly what we mean.
Johnny Joins, Billy Marks, Jim Gagne, Anthony Shetler and Mathias Ringstrom on the skate team.
Johnny also rides for Toy Machine, Vans, Thunder trucks, Ricta wheels and Active.
Split, based in Southern California has a full line of progressive Men’s and Women’s apparel. As a cross-boardsport brand, Split continues to emphasize the relationship between lifestyle, fashion and action. Split has always been known to be unique in its image and product offering, and continues to support full Skate and Surf teams of top athletes including: Billy Marks, Jim Gagne, Anthony Shetler, Mathias Ringstrom, Shea Lopez, Mikala Jones and many more. For more information check out www.splitusa.com
About GreenSkate Laboratory: The GreenSkate Laboratory will be a multi-purpose space for skateboarding, arts and science. This is a multi-phase project that will emphasize reusing and recycling in order to create a skatepark in Washington, DC. This facility is 100% volunteer built using environmentally sound building techniques and composed entirely of reused and recycled materials. In addition to the science lab and recreation potential for the space, there will be large areas that will be dedicated to the creation of tile mosaics and other visual arts. more info: http://www.greenskatelab.org
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It's Diego Bucchieri!!
Dearest Mike and Tum Yeto,
My name's Bryan and I'm from Santa Rosa, California. The picture I drew for you guys is of Diego Buchieri. I'm not quite sure how or why I made it. I saw Diego at the Wallenberg demo last year so I took a picture of him and drew a picture of it. As far as how many fingers or toes I have.....last time I checked, it was somewhere around seven.