The roots of Arbor run deep through the islands of Hawaii. Whether it be from our Returning Roots partnership on the Big Island or having local Oahu ripper, Kyle Smith, fly the Arbor flag on a daily basis. This past winter Kyle invited the Whiskey Project team over to his homeland for an adventure they’ll never forget. From skating the legendary Wallows Ditch, to witnessing 45-foot waves at the Eddie Aikau surf contest, to exploring epic nature trails; the week in Oahu was packed with fun.
Not many people are going to turn down an invite to Hawaii, TransWorld Skate photographer Blair Alley is no different. The Whiskey Project was psyched have Blair and Transworld onboard for their epic island skate trip to Oahu. Whiskey Project skater Kyle Smith acted as tour guide and showed the team all that his homeland has to offer. From the legendary skate spots to the delicious meals and amazing scenery, the crew got a true flavor for the Hawaiian lifestyle and Transworld was there to capture it all.
Roll on down to Venice to Arbor’s Headquarters and Retail Showroom for the premier of the Whiskey Project’s Hawaii 5-0’s video on Friday, the 6th of May. Poke Truck from Poke2Go, free beer from Sudwerm Brewing Co., and tons of prizes from our sponsors.
On a recent trip down south the Whiskey crew stopped by the main headquarters over at Sector 9 and got busy in the infamous Bread Bowl.
Josh Stafford encompasses every aspect of what the Whiskey Project represents and has to offer. Josh has been in the vert game ever since he was a young buck and grew up skating with some of world’s best skateboarders.
Watch in awe as Daniel MacDonald goes unnecessarily fast down this neighborhood run above the Pacific. Hailing from a flat zone on the East Coast, Daniel MacDonald fulfills his need for speed down a dangerous two way unmarked neighborhood run known as the Lachman Ness Monster.
The Sucrose crew is up to their old tricks – sub-Urban slashing and yolo bombing on the new Grillz edition of our Vice wheel. Check out Daniel MacDonald, Cooper Darquea, and Will Clay getting their Grillz on in the neighborhoods north of Arbor’s Venice Headquarters.
A snowboard–inspired drop–through for easy around town cruising, relaxed commutes, and mellow downhill.