GoldCoast: New Longboard Collection Inspired by Culture, Travel and Film
SALT LAKE CITY, UT, Jul 18, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — GoldCoast’s new collection of longboard and cruiser skateboards that are inspired by culture, travel and film will be available around the world this summer. Skateboards take people places they normally wouldn’t go, and lead to new cultures and experiences along the way. GoldCoast’s new collection of complete cruisers, longboards, wheels, trucks and apparel will be on display at Agenda, booth #C8, in Long Beach, August 1-2, and Surf Expo, booth # 474, in Orlando, September 6-8.
Every board in the new collection tells a story with original artwork or photos taken from skateboard trips around the world including Jalama beach, Joshua Tree, New York City, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Portland, Chicago and many more beach, desert and urban places skateboarding has taken GoldCoast contributors.
The GoldCoast Pier cruiser board is a nod to garage culture with simple lines based off the packaging from old car parts. The Classic pintail longboard epitomizes GoldCoast’s take on beach culture with a clean abstract ocean graphic.
GoldCoast’s Latitude cruiser board is a look at the world through the eyes of Daniel Zvereff during his travels throughout Colombia, Puerto Rico, Portland, Chicago, Arizona and New York City while he was making the most of an unlimited Jet Blue pass. Daniel is a skateboarder and artist who enjoys a carefree nomadic lifestyle most people only dream about.
The GoldCoast Conflict cruiser board addresses this internal conflict many snowboarders, skateboarders and surfers face. Conflicted about where you chose to live — the big city, the beach or the mountains? The red complete pairs summer time images of the beach and New York City. The blue complete pairs winter photos of New York City and the Mountains — check it out here: skategoldcoast.com.
GoldCoast’s entire line is now available for sale around the world. Check it out at Agenda, Surf Expo or skategoldcoast.com. Connect with the brand on Twitter and Instagram @skategoldcoast and Facebook at facebook.com/goldcoastskate.
About GoldCoast: GoldCoast plots its course in four directions: skateboarding, culture, travel and film. They have a design-centric approach to their products that is cutting edge and unique. In addition to the brand’s product line focused on cruiser skateboards and longboards with custom shapes and components, GoldCoast publishes its own subculture magazine, “The Compadre,” featuring artwork, photography and interviews with some of the most creative people around the world. For more information, check out skategoldcoast.com.