The Last Ever Warehouse Sale

The Last Ever Warehouse Sale

THE LAST EVER WAREHOUSE SALE

Dates & Times:
Friday 24 February: 9am – 5pm
Saturday 25 February: 9am – 3pm

Decks from R100
Footwear from R300
Pants from R400
Headwear from R150
Cruizers from R1000
Tees from R100
Jackets from R500
Shirts from R300
& other specials…

Featuring product from Brixton, Verb, Darkstar, Globe, Killer Speed Co., KFD, Stussy, and more…

Venue:
Revolution Skateboard Supply Co.
Woodstock Exchange
66 – 68 Albert Road
Woodstock
Cape Town

Contact details:
021 447 6801
info@revolution.co.za

The Last Ever Warehouse Sale

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Globe team riders Paul Hart & David Gonzalez recently made an impulsive trip to the Basque Country to make this rad edit for What Youth.

LW Mag Jean-marc Johannes Skater Profile

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He’s no stranger to the skateboarding world and with a mass of achievements under his belt, we catch up with Cape Town’s Jean-marc Johannes to chat about skate life, the year ahead and more.

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Full name: Jean-marc Johannes

Nickname: JM

Age: 25

Hometown: Cape Town

Years skating: 11

Deck setup: Almost skateboards 8.0 , Tensor Trucks Mag light 5.5, Andale bearings swiss and Connexion wheels 52MM.

Sponsors: Globe, Almost skateboards, Tensor Trucks, Connexion wheels, Andale bearings, Biogen, VonZipper, Nixon, GoPro, Outdoor Tech, vida e caffe , Revolution, Rockstar Energy Drink and The Shred Skatepark.

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Welcome back to LW Mag. How has your 2016 kicked off?
Hey guys! Thanks for having me back up here, 2016 has been great so far. I recently got an invite to my second world cup skateboarding event, Far n High, in Paris this year. I’m also looking forward to another FISE World Series following my results from last year. I’ve been given a slot on Good Hope FM/ DJ Ready D’s show at the end of each month as well, so I am very stoked and looking forward to the rest of 2016.

What’s changed in your skateboarding career since we last featured you?
My career goals for starters and next would be my sponsors. My dream hasn’t changed a bit though, going Pro is my all time highest goal as is every skateboarder, but I wanted to focus on certain events in my career rather than running every race I could possibly get in and exhausting not just myself but every avenue and resource to make it happen. So I went back to the drawing board and made few changes. It was more beneficial to focus on a few large goals like getting to compete and then qualifying in a big contest series like FISE and filming a short video for Tony Hawks RIDE channel in last year, which is the biggest online skateboarding platform in the world. My vision is clearer in terms of where I’m going and what I want in my career but it won’t be very easy of course. As of 2015, I was made aware that my Ollie from container to container that took place in 2013 was now up on a permanent display in the national museum of sport in France. This is a very big step for me and for South Africa. I have also been able to give back in my career and I am so grateful I am able to do so with my charity initiative, Fill The Gap. My initiative will also be taking a different direction this year by going back to its roots and where it all began from skateboarding, so look out for Fill The Box.

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At the moment, what are your favourite spots to skate?
In Cape Town, The Shred Skatepark is definitely where it’s at. It’s perfect, it has every obstacle you could possibly ask for and it’s the best vibe ever. Jamie O’Brien and Mike created a masterpiece.

What plans and goals do you have in place for this year regarding tours, contests, etc?
Firstly Far n High WCS, then FISE series in China and finally Tampa AM 2016. It would be a dream to compete in Street League Open and BATB. My ultimate goal is to get back to LA as soon as I can.

You have a stack of tricks that you’ve come up with on your own. What’s the latest?
The latest trick I’ve got I never exactly came up with but it’s new for me. I’ve been trying the Indy Backflip and I’ve got a bit of sketchy one, but the first in contest I landed was in my first heat at Ultimate X 2016.

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How much work goes into each trick and where do the ideas and inspiration come from?
The crazy thing about skateboarding is there’s no timer on when you’re going to land. I would think of a combo I want to get and I would try every possibly way to do it, try after try. One of them will be just right where your foot position is perfect, your pop and flick were dead set on timing and your reaction to land was perfect to the last inch. It’s either going to happen in the first 5 tries or the next 500. The real trick to it is to enjoy the struggle and never give up.

Explain the feeling of landing a new trick?
It’s an accomplishment like no other, it’s making something a reality that no one can see but you.
I think it’s the fact that you have to do everything yourself with no right or wrong way or to seek approval when you make it happen. Once you land, then that was all you. The reward of putting an idea into action and succeeding at it is something we live for.

What are your top 5 tricks that you have on lock?
Recently it’s been, Hardflips, FS flips, Flip BS Noseblunts, Hardflip BS Lips and Big Flip FS Boardslides.

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What would your perfect run during a contest consist of?
A little bit of everything I rate. Solid grinds and slides, Nollies and standard variations of them, a few flip tricks that have a lot of style to them, transition tricks, and one or two bangers.

Which skaters are going to be your main competition this year and what will it take to beat them?
I think 2016, just like every year, is going to be interesting. We can never really tell who is going to be on a roll early into the contest season as everyone seems to be really on point and focused, but at the end of it all we’re all going out there to shred, give it everything and do what we do.

Which local skaters do you look up to?
The skaters I look up to locally are Khule Ngubane, Christi Weihann and Dlamini Dlamini. They are really humble individuals and masters at their craft.

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What does the sport of skateboarding mean to you and where do you see it taking you?
Skateboarding means more to me than I previously realised and this impacted to every other part of my life. Last year it was very much entirely up to skateboarding to basically keep me going. I had no other choice but to make it everything I have because it was close to the last thing I had left. It was scary but it was more motivating than I could have ever imagined. It took me from where I live in Athlone to being a part of the world of skateboarding just by having an idea and believing in myself, to giving me a voice and telling a story that I am still busy living. It took me from the ground up more than once and it will take me further than I can even think of because it’s my passion and what I live for.

How would you best explain your style of skating?
Very street orientated, although I enjoy airs and transition. I always look at every aspect of skateboarding from a street perspective because it’s how I started.

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What are your views on the local skate scene at the moment?
It’s on an international level in my opinion and we can thank the internet for that, giving every country and small town a platform to be seen. It’s amazing to know that the rest of the world sees the latent South Africa/ Cape Town has.

You have quite the list of sponsors. What do they do for you and what do you do for them?
My skate sponsors like Almost, Globe, Tensor, Connexion Wheels and Revolution have been supporting me for years and the reason I can keep focusing on progression and filming. I am also supported by World of heroes, VonZipper, Nixon and Outdoor Technology for electronics, watches, eyewear and action cameras. Biogen have taken me on as their first skateboarder, official brand ambassador and nutritional partner helping me be my best from a fitness perspective. I have always focused on my own health and fitness as an individual and I am very grateful to be supported be the leading brand in its field. Rockstar Energy recently started supporting me with the energy to keep going!

Photos by Grant Mclachlan

 

Globe Back 2 Back Contest Recap

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The GLOBE back to back contest presented by Globe South Africa and supported by Monster Energy took place on the 28th of November 2015 at the Mill street skate park in Cape town. This was an open contest to everyone with 10 winning spots to earn R1000 rand vouchers to spend at all Revolution stores. The best Back to Back lines over the bank to bank obstacle earned a spot to win.

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The results:

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Tyler Kammies
Alex Williams
Defandre
Rashaad Dramat
Allan Adams
Shuaib Philander
Toufeeq Raubenheimer
Danny Snyman
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Outdoor Tech gave away a new set of “The privates” head phones as a spot prize to a Young gun of their choice:

Winner – Allan Adams

The contest was a tough one to judge with so many skateboarders that came out and ripped, lines were getting one upped and kids were going bigger to get a spot on the list. Everybody was really stoked on the Back to Back idea and the idea of an open jam. We will definitely be hosting another one in 2016!

Meet the Brothers Behind Globe

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The history of Globe International reads like the plot of a movie that we’d like to watch. The CliffsNotes version: three bothers who are really into skateboarding but don’t want “real jobs” end up becoming the founders of one of the first and biggest skate/surf/street labels in Australia.

A guy called Jason Boulter just wrote a book called Unemployable that goes kinda like that. To celebrate its release, we hit up youngest brother and Globe CEO Matt Hill to talk about the unemployable/self-employed life him and his bros have made for themselves.

Can you explain why you settled on the title Unemployable?
Throughout the years one of us three brothers would periodically be asked, “What inspired us to start a skateboard business?” And we would half-jokingly respond, “We were basically unemployable so it was our only option.” The truth was we saw ourselves as unemployable in a more positive light in that we had aspirations to do something meaningful for ourselves, and different to the options we saw in front of us.

As the business grew we discovered tons more like-minded people with the same “unemployable” trait. And so many of those joined without formal training but they did have creative flair, ambition and work ethic that would not have been relevant in more traditional career paths. The company became a bit of a blank canvas and vehicle for those people to make their mark. As that expanded we realised this unemployable trait was the common theme for the diverse subcultures we operated in from skate to surf, street and even filmmaking.

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You guys started skateboarding at such an early age. How did growing up in that scene shape you and what you wanted to do with the brand?
My brothers Peter and Stephen discovered skateboarding in their early teens — when I was five years old — and from that point on it was cemented in our household. It drove the influences in music, art, film and fashion at a pivotal time when the whole skate scene was underground but vibrant and finding an identity. At the same time it was a functional performance driven sport with equipment needs and technology developing.

The desire, particularly for my brothers, to skateboard at a time when there were no skate parks, no “industry” and a tiny scene generated amazing entrepreneurial behavior; [the desire] to create an environment they wanted to operate in. There was no master plan to create a brand, just a desire to keep skateboarding, be part of that culture and keep progressing. But after years of that experience you’ve absorbed so much creative and functional knowledge; when we came to start brands it just naturally came out in those brands and products.

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What was your day-to-day life like in those early days when you were trying to get the brand off the ground?
Like all startup businesses it was fly-by-the-seat of your pants stuff. You make mistakes and learn from them, and hope you have enough ability, and good luck, to respond to those mistakes and still keep moving forward. It was literally doing everything. In those early days there was no distinction between skating, working and private life — it was just one massive existence.

What’s been the most surreal moment of your skateboarding career?
Seeing how large the whole skate scene has gotten and how it permeates all popular youth culture in so many ways. Also, how many people who came from skating have become influential and successful in the mainstream world in graphic art, film, acting or design. To think that grew from a time when we were growing up and you basically personally knew everyone in the entire country who called themselves skaters is amazing, and really special to have been part of that movement.

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What’s been the biggest achievement of Globe as a brand?
Surviving! Our markets and tastes change and our challenge is to adapt, not sell out or lose our core principles and values and, most importantly, our culture. It’s not always easy and we certainly haven’t always got it right but we’re still here so we must have got it right more often than not.

How important is function versus style to the label?
Function is always the most important. We create products that embody the subculture they are directed toward whether it be skate, surf or street. Obviously at any point in our history from a style and fashion point of view those products need to be relevant and on point. However, at the end of the day you need to be able to do the activity those products align with to the highest level. If they don’t function we have no credibility. So the short answer is they must do both!

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What was the process behind creating such iconic styles like the classic Globe skate shoe?
Like everything in our business it was organic. We don’t sit around with a corporate strategy and some market analysis. We see a need or demand in the market for something people, in this case skaters, are actually needing. No one was addressing the market for a true functional performance skate shoe at the time. It needed to be able to perform for modern street skating, handle impact and take a beating. All shoes skaters were using at the time were getting worn by default and mostly not specifically designed for skating. We saw the need because we, and others in the company, had the need as skaters. From there we decided to launch our own Globe skate shoes. We became part of a movement with some other companies around the same time, which really set skate shoes on a path to being a staple in the footwear world.

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You were the first to bring that kind of style to Australia. Did that feel like a big deal at the time?
At the time it just seemed like a natural progression. I think retrospectively there’s always a danger that ego gets away from you and you suggest more significance or foresight to your behaviours. We just wanted to make shoes for guys we saw weren’t being catered to, and it wasn’t just in Australia but around the world. You start small with a couple of shoes, and hope it grows from there. At the time, not that many people probably even noticed — until it started growing!

Do you feel that brands like Globe and those skate styles of the late 80s/early 90s are becoming more popular again, and if so why?
Yes, we are seeing a push back to bigger chunkier skate shoes that were iconic in the 90s. I think like all things there is a fashion cycle that is inevitable. To that degree there is always a degree of good luck when your heritage is on trend. However, our goal is always to stay credible and not lose our roots so that we are in the right spot when that fashion wheel turns. After 20 plus years in shoes we have a wide range of styles and shoes but our true core will always be functional 90s skate shoes. It’s fun to see that coming back and people getting a buzz out of that styling.

Photos: Courtesy

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Wildcard Wednesday

Wildcard Wednesday

Wildcard Wednesday

Wildcard Wednesday! R399 on Globe “GS” Black Suede. Available exclusively from Revolution Online. Limited Stock. While Stocks last.

Assembly x Globe Competition

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Share the image above on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and hashtag #revolutionskatesupplyco and #globebrand to stand a chance to win a Globe voucher worth R3000! The winner will be announced on June 4th.

Globe Mahalo Special

Globe Mahalo Special

Globe Mahalo Special

Buy a pair of the Globe Mahalo and receive a free 5 pack of Globe socks.

Available from Revolution retail stores and online.

Revolution Long Street, Cape Town: (021) 423 3482 / longstreet@revolution.co.za
Revolution Woodstock Exchange, Cape Town: (021) 447 6801 / woodstock@revolution.co.za
Revolution Online: http://www.revolutiononline.co.za/

February End of Season Clearance Sale

Revolution February End of Season Clearance Sale

Revolution February End of Season Clearance Sale

FEBRUARY END OF SEASON CLEARANCE SALE

Globe Apparel
Buy 1 get 1 free

Tees and Vests from R150
Deathwish, Baker, Shake Junt, Brixton, Globe, Killer, LRG …

Footwear – R450 a pair, or R800 for 2
Fallen, Vans, DVS, Globe
(use the code “FEBSHOES” in your cart to apply the discount)

adidas Footwear
R599

Hats and Caps
From R100

More great deals in store and online.

WHILE STOCKS LAST

Revolution Online: www.revolutiononline.co.za
Revolution Woodstock: 021 447 6801 / woodstock@revolution.co.za
Revolution Long Street: 021 423 3482 / longstreet@revolution.co.za

T’s and C’s apply.

Resurrect The Destructed – David González

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Born and raised in the rough suburbs of Colombia, David González made it his mission to forge his own way of life the only way he knew how, through skateboarding. Currently residing in Long Beach, CA, and having spent most of the summer injured and homebound, Desillusion Magazine’s Pierre David stopped by the former SOTY’s home to gain an insight into David’s world.

Supported by Globe.

Spring Cleaning Sale

Revolution Spring Cleaning Sale

Revolution Spring Cleaning Sale

Revolution Spring Cleaning Sale

Selected footwear R499!

Featuring footwear from Vans, Globe, Fallen, adidas, Vision Street Wear and DVS.

WHILE STOCKS LAST

Available from:
Revolution Long Street: 021 423 3482 / longstreet@revolution.co.za
Revolution Woodstock: 021 447 6801 / woodstock@revolution.co.za
Revolution Cresta: Continue reading “Spring Cleaning Sale”

June #revOMG Winner

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Congrats to Mark Linsi, you’ve won yourself a Globe Sterlz Hesh Goddess Cruiser deck in this month’s #revOMG competition, worth R700!

Mark submitted this amazing photo of himself wasted and managed to get the most likes:

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We run a new #revOMG competition every month, so keep an eye out for the next one!

About the deck:
Limited edition (666 available) Sterling Bartlett graphic.
Metallic gold flake dip, laser-etched numbering and built-in bottle opener.

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Globe Sterlz Hesh Goddes Cruiser Deck Top

Globe Sterlz Hesh Goddess Deck Bottle Opener

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Kryptonics Presents: Meltdown Invitational at 7’s

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Kryptonics Presents: Meltdown Invitational at 7’s

RACE & SLIDE JAM

All riders on the same size Kryptonics wheels and the same speed bearings. These will be provided.

RACE:
4 contestants at a time on Star Trac Red 75mm wheels

SLIDE:
4 contestants at a time on Star Trac Green 70mm wheels

Prizes worth R10 000 from the sponsors
1st: R3000
2nd: R1500
3rd: R500

28 June
10am – 3pm

Map: http://maps.google.co.za/maps?q=christiaans+street+woodstock&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&hnear=Christiaan+St%2C+Cape+Town%2C+Western+Cape&t=m&z=16

Sponsors:
Globe
Alpha Longboards
Triple Eight NYC
Revolution Skateboard Supply Co.
Dusters California

Facebook Event Link

Skate Nerd: Dwindle vs Globe

TransWorld Skateboarding invited the Dwindle crew to their Skate Nerd Studio where they put Cliché and enjoi team riders against Globe team riders. Louie Barletta, Ryan Decenzo and Mark Appleyard vs. Daniel Espinoza, Pete Eldridge, and Jimmy Carlin.

June #revOMG Competition

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Revolution June revOMG Competition

For June’s #revOMG competition, stand the chance to win a Globe Sterlz Hesh Goddess Cruiser deck, worth R700!

How to enter:
Upload a photo of yourself wasted (this doesn’t necessarily mean drunk) to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and hashtag #revOMG.

About the deck:
Limited edition (666 available) Sterling Bartlett graphic.
Metallic gold flake dip, laser-etched numbering and built-in bottle opener.

The winner will be announced at the end of the month. Good luck!

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Globe Sterlz Hesh Goddes Cruiser Deck Top

Globe Sterlz Hesh Goddess Deck Bottle Opener

Globe Sterlz Hesh Goddess Deck

Revolution May Sale

Revolution May Sale

We’re having a sale in all our stores from today until 25 May!

The specials:
Buy any full price hood and get a tee less 50%.
Buy any full price hood and get a second hood less 25%.
Selected decks R499 (excluding grip).
Selected completes R599.
Selected Nike and adidas shoes R599.
All longboard completes and hardgoods less 25%.
Selected shorts less 50%.

Brands:
Fallen, Globe, adidas, Nike SB, Vans, KFD, RVCA, Almost, Hurley, Volcom, Enjoi, Verb, LRG, Cliché and more…

Store details:
Revolution Cresta, Gauteng: (011) 678 1685 / cresta@revolution.co.za
Revolution Menlyn, Gauteng: (012) 348 2959 / menlyn@revolution.co.za
Revolution Long Street, Cape Town: (021) 423 3482 / longstreet@revolution.co.za
Revolution Woodstock Exchange, Cape Town: (021) 447 6801 / woodstock@revolution.co.za
Revolution Online: http://www.revolutiononline.co.za

WHILE STOCKS LAST

info@revolution.co.za

T’s and C’s apply.

REVOLUTION WAREHOUSE SALE

Revolution Warehouse Sale

That’s right, another Revolution Warehouse Sale!

Shoes from R200
Shirts from R100
Hoods from R100
Caps from R100
Decks from R200

And many more specials from DVS, Lakai, Fallen, Globe, Osiris, LRG, Brixton, KFD, Killer, Verb, RVCA and Hurley, and more…

WHILE STOCKS LAST

7 – 8 March 2014

Friday: 9 – 5
Saturday: 9 – 3

Unit B 005, Woodstock Exchange, 66 – 68 Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town, 7925

021 447 6801
info@revolution.co.za

Facebook Event

Revolution – Skater Owned and Operated
http://www.revolutiononline.co.za/

GLOBE X BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD

Globe x Beavis and Butt-head

Globe Shoes and MTV are proud to announce the release of the Globe x Beavis and Butt-Head capsule collection. Designed as an homage to the heavy metal, in-your-face attitude of the original Beavis and Butt-Head series, the new Globe x Beavis and Butt-Head capsule collection brings together original and first time fans with product that is as fun as it is collectable.

Quality crafted 7-ply maple Globe x Beavis and Butt-Head cruiserboards and decks come in individual Beavis and Butt-Head shapes, each with original art by Mike Judge. The Beavis and Butt-Head Motley is a minimalist canvas shoe that features individual art derived from the show in the footbeds.

See the products on Revolution Online here: http://revolutiononline.co.za/product-tag/beavis-and-butthead/

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Globe x Beavis and Butt-head

REVOLUTION WAREHOUSE SAMPLE SALE THIS WEEKEND

Here are some sneak peek photos. See you at 10am this Friday!

Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/516967881730428/

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Revolution is having our last Warehouse Sale for the year. Last chance for 2013 to get some great deals on Footwear, Clothing and Accessories.

RVCA, Fallen, Hurley, WeSC, DVS, Globe, Osiris, Lakai, Krew, Iron Fist, LRG, Verb, Killer, KFD, and many more…

Mens sample footwear R400 a pair or 3 pairs for R1000.
Ladies sample footwear R300 a pair or 4 pairs for R1000.
Tees and Caps from R100.
Footwear and Hoods from R250.

All sizes.

Revolution Woodstock, Woodstock Exchange, 66 Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town

Friday 25th – Sat 26th October
10am – 3pm

While stocks last!

info@revolution.co.za
021 447 6801

REVOLUTION WAREHOUSE SAMPLE SALE

Revolution Warehouse Sample Sale

Yes, it’s that time again for another Revolution Warehouse Sample Sale.

In case the poster isn’t clear enough, here are the details in text form:

Revolution Warehouse Sample Sale

RVCA, Fallen, Hurley, DVS, WESC, Globe, Osiris, Lakai, Krew, Iron Fist, LRG, Verb, Killer, KFD, and many more…

Mens sample footwear R400 a pair or 3 pairs for R1000.
Ladies sample footwear R300 a pair or 4 pairs for R1000.
Tees and Cape from R100.
Footwear and Hoods from R250.

All sizes.

Revolution Woodstock, Woodstock Exchange, 66 Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town

Friday 25th – Sat 26th October / 10am – 3pm

While stocks last!

info@revolution.co.za
021 447 6801

Here is a link to the Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/516967881730428/

See you there!

NEW WEEKLY SPECIAL

Weekly Special

Revolution Online is running a new special, which will change every week. This week’s one is called the ‘Big Boy’ Special, and features a huge discount on the pictured products from Globe and KFD: Size 36 and 38 shorts, and size XL and XXL tees.

How it works:

1. Click HERE.
2. Pick the item/s you want. Choose either size 36 or 38 if it is a pair of short, or size XL or XXL if it is a tee.
3. Add the items to your cart.
4. Go to your cart. Put the code “BIGBOY” into where it says ‘Apply Coupon’.
5. Click ‘Apply Coupon’ and watch the discount happen.

One week only! Special expires 18 September.

See all of them HERE.

Get on it!

*Please note: This special is ONLY available from www.revolutiononline.co.za, not our physical retail stores.*

Tech Session 2013 Comp

The Tech Session Contest, hosted by Jean-marc Johannes at the Salesians Institute in Cape Town.

Supported by Red Bull, Globe, Africa Skate, Nixon and Revolution.

JEAN-MARC DOUBLE SET SESSION

Team rider Jean-Marc Johannes puts in a quick session at a double set during the making of The Unlikely Video. Jean-Marc rides for Revolution, Almost, Globe, Tensor, and Red Bull.

Filmed and edited by Grant Mclachlan.

GLOBE GROW YOUR QUIVER VIDEO

The Globe cruiserboard collection offers a wide variety of shapes, sizes, innovative constructions, and the highest quality wooden and plastic cruisers in the industry.

Using top-of-the-line trucks with a lifetime guarantee, high performance wheels, and Abec 7 bearings, Globe cruisers all come with a full 30-day guarantee against breakage, delamination, manufacturing defects, and overall craftsmanship.

See the full line of Globe cruiser boards here: http://www.globe.tv/aus/collections/hardgoods-2013/

Because one board is never enough.

NEW WEEKLY SPECIAL

Weekly Special

Revolution Online is running a new special, which will change every week.

This week only, get any of these items for 25% off. Special expires 14 August (next Wednesday).

See all of them HERE.

How it works:

1. Click here: http://revolutiononline.co.za/product-tag/weekly-special/
2. Pick your items.
3. Go to your cart.
4. Put the coupon code “YESPLEASE” where it says “Apply Coupon”.
5. Watch the special apply to your order.
6. Checkout.

Get on it!

*Please note: This special is ONLY available from www.revolutiononline.co.za, not our physical retail stores.*

WEEKLY SPECIAL

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Revolution Online is running a new special, which will change every week.

This week only, get any of these items for a super low sale price. Special ends tonight!

See all of them HERE, or click on an item below to view it on the site.

Brixton “Carby” Beanie
Brixton “Duncan” Beanie

Brixton “Memphis” Button Up Shirt

Brixton “Mod” Hood

Brixton “Partisan” Sweatshirt

Globe “Nullarbor” Shoes

Globe “TB” Shoes

WeSC “59Fifty” Baseball Cap

WeSC “On Field” Snapback

REVOLUTION WAREHOUSE SALE DAY 2

Revolution Warehouse Sample Sale

The Revolution Warehouse Sample Sale opens again today at 10am!

We have just replenished the stock and there is a bunch of fresh new footwear and apparel. Don’t slack though, it is dwindling quickly. The sale ends tomorrow, so to make sure you get the best stock first, get down here asap!

Revolution Warehouse Sample Sale

Facebook event link: http://www.facebook.com/events/469767076440985/

RVCA, Fallen, Hurley, WeSC, DVS, Globe, Osiris, Lakai, Krew, Iron Fist, LRG, Verb, Killer, KFD, and many more…

Tees and Caps from R100
Footwear and Hoods from R250

All sizes.

Revolution Woodstock, Woodstock Exchange, 66 Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town

Thursday 27th – Sat 29th June
10am – 5pm

While stocks last!

info@revolution.co.za
021 447 6801

Check out our new online store, constantly updated with rad new skate, headwear, footwear, and clothing.
http://www.revolutiononline.co.za/

WAREHOUSE SALE STARTS TODAY

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The Revolution Warehouse Sample Sale starts today!

RVCA, Fallen, Hurley, WeSC, DVS, Globe, Osiris, Lakai, Krew, Iron Fist, LRG, Verb, Killer, KFD, and many more…

Tees and Caps from R100
Footwear and Hoods from R250

All sizes.

Revolution Woodstock, Woodstock Exchange, 66 Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town

Thursday 27th – Sat 29th June
10am – 5pm

While stocks last!

info@revolution.co.za
021 447 6801

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Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/469767076440985/

REVOLUTION WAREHOUSE SAMPLE SALE

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Yes, it’s that time again for another Revolution Warehouse Sample Sale.

In case the poster isn’t clear enough, here are the details in text form:

Revolution Warehouse Sample Sale
RVCA, Fallen, Hurley, DVS, WESC, Globe, Osiris, Lakai, Krew, Iron Fist, LRG, Verb, Killer, KFD, and many more…
Tees and Cape from R100
Footwear and Hoods from R250
All sizes.
Revolution Woodstock, Woodstock Exchange, 66 Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town
Thursday 27th – Sat 29th June / 10am – 5pm
While stocks last!
info@revolution.co.za
021 447 6801

Here is a link to the Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/469767076440985/

See you there!

NEW REVOLUTION ONLINE STORE

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The new Revolution Online store is now live!

www.revolutiononline.co.za

Current specials:

Get a Verb, Killer, or KFD hood for R399,95, or two for R599,95. Simply choose two hoods, add them to your cart, then put the coupon “hoodspecial” into the coupon field in your cart.

Other specials coming soon!

Revolution Online currently stocks:

Fallen, Brixton, Iron Fist, Globe, Vans, Killer, Verb, KFD, Almost, Enjoi, Darkstar, Brigada, Deathwish, Dusters, Mystery, Speed Demons, Tensor, Threat, Zoo York, and tons more other brands that will be consistently added to.

Information about the website:

– Brand spanking new Revolution logo and branding.
– The website is responsive, so you can browse the site easily on your desktop, laptop, iPad or smartphone.
– Orders are now processed through PayFast, so you can pay securely via credit card or electronic transfer.

The site is going to be constantly updated with products, specials and other stuff, so make sure to keep coming back.

Get your fix of Footwear, Clothing, Headwear, Accessories and Skate products online now!

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TECH SESSION PHOTOS

Last weekend at Salesians was the Tech Sessions competition in partnership with Woodies Ramps, Red Bull, Revolution, Almost and Globe. There were 60 skateboarders of all ages that competed in the divisions as well as a good support crowd that came along to watch the comp.
Jean Marc hosted the event and forced the skaters to really push themselves. The skaters were expected to do a 3 – 4 skate run using the ramps and obstacles in the course. Jamie from Woodies Ramps also did a great job at making some additions to the set up at the park. Well done to all the skaters that competed!

Thanks to Nebula for the write up and photos. Have a look at their site for more pictures over here.

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