Product Roundup

Product Roundup

Long time readers of CW Mag will recall our Noteworthy column. Now that we’ve slightly changed the format of the magazine, we no longer have this feature. The truth is that we welcome your products to be showcased here on our site. But, we will let the court of public opinion have their say. If you’re intrigued by a product, be sure to connect with the people behind it.

We are not endorsing any product – but we encourage you to keep an open mind. You just never know what will inspire you.

CLAYER

The Clayers is a brand developed by professional skateboarder Tibs Parise. Tibs has graced our cover a few times. Everything started in Europe, when Tibs discovered the benefits and mineral rich properties of French Green Clay from other professional athletes. He started to use the product to assist in healing his injuries and skin irritations.

Another happy camper courtesy The Clayers

In 2013, Tibs arrived to the USA to pursue his career as a Professional Skateboarder. Tibs enjoyed success as a skater, but was dismayed that he could not find any French Green Clay that was “ready-to-use”. After years of frustration, Tibs decided to develop the highest quality “ready-to-use” French Green Clay paste. He offered samples to Professional Athletes in his sports network , they tried Clayer, and all the athletes noticed that their injuries were getting better after the first application!

Backed by medical research, Clayer’s ingredient is scientifically proven and also certified Non Toxic and 100% natural. It isnow available in a convenient 5.8 oz tube of “ready-to-use” paste for pain relief & first aid.

A number of skaters endorse this green clay including: Jake Brown, Louis Pilloni, Brandon Turner, Josh Baldwin, Alan Young, Jimmy Riha, Peter Smolik, Shaun Ross, Bryson Farrill, Cory Juneau, Chris Gentry, Daymein Hertenstein, Oscar Gutierrez, Max Ballesteros, Pam Diaz, Jordyn Barratt and Jesse Parker.  Click here for more info

GIRL IS NOT A 4 LETTER WORD
Girl is NOT a 4 Letter Word collaborates with Dusters California and artist Priscilla Witte to bring you a feminism-powered cruiser skateboard. This is the 7th deck in a long line of Dusters and GN4LW collaborations where a portion of the sales benefit a 501c3 non-profit. This year’s recipient is Bridge to Skate: a nonprofit that uses skateboarding to transform the lives of youth by creating dynamic new paths to self-confidence, personal empowerment, and responsibility for each other and their communities. For more info click here.

Girl Power Skateboard

STREET SLEDGE
I know what you are thinking – butt boarding?! Well, hold your tongue for a minute. Firstly, we will probably have luge stories in the mag and at our website? Why, because luge has a rich history within skateboarding. As for butt boarding – what great way to enjoy skateboarding!
So many times we’ve seen kids gravitate to butt boarding when they start out. Why? Because it’s FUN. If you can’t deal with this, move on.

So take a peek at the Street Sledge. Hailing from the UK, this product offers newbies an awesome way to jump on board.

Here’s what it looks like when you’re riding it. I dig the bevelled bottom. For more info, click here

With millions of people watching luge at the Olympics, this product might inspire a future generation of rippers.

Then again, what about if we reversed things?

Akwasi Frimpong of Ghana – Getty images