Posts Tagged ‘eulogy’

Eulogy X King of Queens 2012

May 20, 2012

A big thank you to Eulogy for being extremely generous and sending over 20 sets of wheels. Wheels will go out at random to participants of the King of Queens competition.

Austin Paz Signature Eulogy Wheel + Edit

August 26, 2010

Eulogy releases their second set of wheels from their new disaster series featuring NYC’s Austin Paz. Austin’s wheel includes a design of a lightning bolt hitting a city building along with his last name. Check out Austin’s most recent edit at the Bayonne, NJ skatepark.

Franco Cammayo Signature Eulogy Wheel Promo Edit

August 25, 2010

Staten Island’s Franco Cammayo recieves his first pro wheel from Eulogy. Franco’s wheel design includes his last name and an erupting volcano, kicking off Eulogy’s disaster series. “Franco Cammayo’s Inaugural signature wheel with Eulogy Wheels. rest of the disaster series and another new pro announced next week” – Eulogoy.

Austin Paz Eulogy Wheels 2010 Edit

July 27, 2010

New York’s own renaissance man, (videographer, photographer, editor, sponsored skater) Austin Paz, creates a new edit for the new Eulogy 2010 wheels. The edit features Austin shredding the Bayonne, NJ skatepark.

Tom LiPani 2010 Eulogy Wheels Promotion

October 1, 2009

One of Queens, NY’s finest Tom Lipani, has created the latest Eulogy Wheels Promo featuring the Eulogy zombie line. The edit features some Queens spots, of course, and some Florida spots in Tom’s new hometown. The edit is sick and Tom pulls off some new tricks that’ll catch you off guard (x grind to 360 top soul was fire!) Check it out above and make sure to give Tom some love when he comes back to NYC.

New Austin Paz Eulogy Wheel

September 3, 2009

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Eulogy has released their latest wheel series labeled, Zombies, and Austin Paz’s wheel has been the first one to be finished. “Austin’s Wheel is the first one hot off the presses. Will hopefully have them all cut, printed, and packaged next week…oh but I better sit on them so they cure!! just so you’re informed wheels in the 87-95 Shore A scale range cure in about a week. So by the time they are poured to the time they are packaged is roughly 10 days. All the time you need” Eulogy wheels.