KebbeK Skateboards introduced their 2018 longboard collection of 13 decks, parting ways with the Juergen Gritzner and Isac Printz Pro models, but welcoming two new pro model decks for Emily Pross, the Mountain and City edition.
Before we left off to visit ISPO, KebbeK Skateboards released a teaser photo of their new pro team member which got people guessing who it is. Some of you guessed it right, it’s the three time IDF Women’s World Champion, Emily Pross.
For their 25th anniversary, KebbeK Skateboards got inspired by the colour shifting opalescent paint which represents their history of reimagining skateboarding and the changes we as humans go through in our lifetime.
The winds of change have blessed us with a smooth second day of fast skating and close to 20 runs, incredible considering the length of the track. The event is running like clockwork with riders being given a safe space to skate and find new lines.
Kebbek has a huge history in downhill skateboarding, but not many remember their roots in street and transition skating. The Dig Deep deck is an homage to their history of street skating from a time when they were called PM skateboards.