Monthly Archives: May 2010
Bring in summer with GREAT DEALS on all men’s and women’s clothing and accessories! All sandals, sunglasses, bathing suits and clothing are 15% off this Memorial Day weekend: Friday May 28 – Monday May 31st.
Making this weekend even better, we are offering up all our winter demos and used set ups! This product represents the best gear from 2010 and will be up to 50% off. The selection is thin and the weekend is short so come early for the best deals and selection!
- What: 15% off all Streetwear and Accessories | Up to 50% off 2010 Demo Skis and Snowboards!
- When: May 28, 2010 thru May 31, 2010
- Where: evo || 122 NW 36th Street
Fremont First Friday presents “Hyper Violence” – Its is a collection of the latest works from founders and owners of Electric Coffin Studio, Duffy and Lem Bartley. Within these works they use multiple medias such as acrylic, collage, and ceramic to delve into our societies trivialization of violence and the promotion of violence. Over the last several decades our culture has turned the dark, scary, serious notion of random violence into a bright, fun, entertainment commodity. Hyper Violence is a termed we coined referring to the magnification of the graphic levels of violence we are exposed to for entertainment mixed with bright neon colors as a direct nod to the hypercolor movement of the 80’s.
The opening will take place at the Times Infinity Gallery @ evo on June 4th, 2010 and doors will be open from 6-10 pm. So please come join us, we promise it will be fun.
What: Hyper Violence || Duffy and Lem Bartley
When: June 4th, 2010
Where: TimesInfinity Art Gallery || 122 NW 36 St.
Time: 6-10 PM
More info: www.electriccoffin.com
Thanks for coming out you guys, congrats to Avery, and we will see you guys in 2 wks! You asked for it so we decided that we will do this every 2wks during the summer…that means that next evo game of S.K.A.T.E. will be on June 2nd here at evo, and we are going to start it at 7pm, registration starting at 645p at the shop!
join us to skate inside evo this summer!
If you’re under 18 years old, make sure to get a waiver signed by a parent! You can download it here!
Ocean lovers, as well as photographers and art aficionados are treated to breathtaking bursts of Hawaiian shorebreak surf on the big screen. The 30-minute presentation includes slideshow segments of North Shore waves set to music, in-water video footage of Clark capturing his images, older footage of Clark surfing Waimea Bay shorebreak, and insight from Clark on how he captures his stunning images. Q&A and book signing follows the presentation.
Waimea Bay shorebreak surfing pioneer, husband, and father of two, Clark Little has gained nationwide recognition for his North Shore wave photography capturing the beauty and power of monstrous Hawaiian waves from the inside out.
Over the last year, Clark has appeared on Good Morning America, Today Show, Inside Edition, and ABC World News Now. His images have also been published in National Geographic, Nikon World, Geo, Men’s Journal, Nature’s Best Photography, Paris Match, La Vie, Rangefinder, Hana Hou (Hawaiian Airlines magazine), Surfer Magazine, Surfer’s Journal, Surfer’s Path as well as multiple newspapers in the U.S. and overseas. Clark’s photography also appears on Hurley t-shirts as well as Sector 9 skateboards.
Clark’s first coffee table art book, The Shorebreak Art of Clark Little, was released November 2009. The book is 182 pages, over 100 photos, with forewards written by singer/songwriter Jack Johnson and nine-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater. The book retails for $100.
When: June 11, 2010
Where: evo – 122 NW 36th Street (Fremont)
When: Every 2 weeks all summer long!
• June 2nd
• June 16th
• June 30th
• Registration by 6:30 day of
• Brackets are put together and the game starts at 7:00
Format: S.K.A.T.E. Berrics rules
Sponsors: Independent, LRG, Altamont, Manik, Analog, Innerspace, Gravis, Vitamin Water, POP Chips
join us to skate inside evo this summer!
evo is giving YOU a chance to WIN a session at Camp of Champions in Whistler BC! Join the Forum Snowboard and Atomic, Newschoolers Freeskiing teams during Camp Session D and get hooked up with a Deluxe Package with all the bells and whistles!
-Quad Occupancy accommodation in a two bedroom suite at “THE DORM”, the COC Dorm on Blackcomb
-One-On-One coaching all day in small groups varying from 1:4 to 1:8 depending on your ability
-All after camp activities
-All lift tickets
-Access to the COC Park
What is Camp of Champions?
The largest private ski and snowboard park in the world. Their park is so big it’s almost double the size of any camp in Whistler or Mt. Hood. Designed for everyone to get the kind of terrain they need to progress, beginners in the park to up and coming pro riders.
How to Enter:
Simply tell us why you deserve to win in words, photos or video! Give us your best plea and our panel of evo judges and athletes will be picking a lucky winner… hopefully we will be seeing you at camp this summer!! Enter Now and check out the Rules and Regulations.
You still have time to get a deal on passes to Crystal, prices go up May 31st!
Passes start at just $499! Stop by evo on Friday, May 21st from 11:30-5:30 to purchase yours!
The Crsytal team will also help match people up for the Quad pass (only $544 for unlimited access to Crystal). Now that’s a screaming deal! Visit skicrystal.com for more details.
Down in South King County in a sleepy little town called Auburn, (town motto “More Than You Imagined”) where our warehouse is located and there’s a long stretch of black top called the West Valley Highway. Ms. Brooke Kruse of the evo DC decided that she wanted evo to adopt a road. She made a few phone calls, pulled a few strings, and volunteered the fearless crew of the warehouse to clean up a one mile stretch of that Highway…. and BAM, we have a new addition to the family!
“Claws Out Seattle II“, the fiercest dance competition on the west coast featuing 3 vs. 3 B-boy / Break Dancing Crew Battles for $1200 grand prize and trophy, a performance by Ra Scion from Common Market.
Pacman* VS. MR. Fantastic**
RJ (Super Cr3w) vs. Atomic Goofball**
Menno (Holland) vs. Casper (Canada)
K-Mel (Boogie Brats/Zulu Kings)*** vs. Steelo (Killafornia/Groovaloos)
Luigi (Skill Mehodz)*** vs. Lil Rock (Killafornia)
Claws Out and HHSA (Hip Hop Student Association of the University of Washington) together promote diversity, creativity, and unity among people of all races and creeds through the empowering culture of Hip Hop. We provide opportunities for students who identify themselves as a part of Hip Hop culture to express themselves in a positive atmosphere through art forms such as breakdancing, emceeing, deejaying, and graffiti art. Most importantly, we promote a positive and productive lifestyle for students, youth, and young adults throughout Seattle, the West Coast, and all over the world.
Giant Magnet has added skateboarding to the mix this year. Come watch demos, take a Skate 101 workshop on skateboarding terms, skatepark etiquette, putting together a skateboard and more! Snocon, Skatebarn, BVSP, GOODS, Skate Like a Girl, Nomadic, Manik and others will be teaming up for the weekend to make it fun for everyone – all ages and abilities. For more information on Giant Magnet go to their website.