“I’ve moved back home a couple of different times and I always go back there. It’s a group of dudes I’ve skated with since I was a kid so it’s super fun and definitely the roots of my skateboarding so I love it.”
Launching in March 2015 with the bold tagline ‘no more corporate blues’, Quasi Skateboards began life as Mother Collective…
Say the name Gilbert Crockett to any skateboarder and the expression returned may resemble one similar to those in days of old when asked about some legendary gunslinger; a subtle nod that says it all. Hailing from cowboy country Virginia, this is a fairly apt comparison for the amount of respect Gilbert receives: at only 26 he’s one of the most interesting skateboarders of today and set to be remembered when it comes to ‘best styles of the 21st century.’
More than worth the wait.
“I guess in the end all of us want to save skateboarding and give a little back.”
“The subtle self references in the mysterious trailer to the first video Memory Screen, along with the almost subliminal slander to a company most of the ex-tem currently reside at (“Totally not awesome.”) already has me smiling at what the next few months may bring.”