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Levi’s Skateboarding’s Pull Up On The Spot Tour kicked off in October, hitting shops in Seattle, Eugene, Mill Valley, San Diego, and Los Angeles, building DIY spots along the way, eventually ending up at The Berrics. The crew—consisting of Josh Matthews, Marius Syvanen, Joey Pepper, Dan Plunkett, Nile Gibbs, Jesse Vieira, and Al Partanen—spent several weeks meeting and skating with the locals, doing giveaways, and even dressing up for Halloween! As you can see from the recap above, there was no shortage of hype for the Levi’s pros. Thanks to 35th North, Tactics, Proof Lab, Val Surf, and Sun Diego for making the tour such a success!

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