SHRIMP OF A BOARD. WHALE OF A GOOD TIME.
Agile, compact, and light, the Loaded Ballona elevates the mini cruiser experience. Meticulously sculpted curvatures result in a unique mini “longboard” with tuned steering and responsive handling. Perfect for urban commuting, people slalom, driveway slashing, pump tracks, and skatepark flow, the Ballona is small in stature yet colossal in character.
Why the Badlands? One day in early spring 2021, my podcast co-host Josh and I were out taking photos and testing a new type of ultralight backpack....
We’re stoked to bring the almighty Jeff Corsi to the Loaded family!
With his iconic fast-footwork and mind bending dancing combos, Jeff brings a strong passion for the longboard dancing community and a love of spreading the shreducation!
“Thrilled to be back on the board I used to ride 9 years ago... I started my riding path with Loaded and I will finish with. As everything in life, it’s a loop.” - Jeff
Follow Jeff on Instagram: @jeff__corsi
I am proud of what Ethan, Nick, and I made together and I look forward to the next project. I will not skate at El Mirage again though so please don’t invite me to go there.
Written by Mark Ponce. Photos by Ethan Cochard & Nick Jones.
In a tight time crunch, three days was all we had to film for the release video of the Loaded Mata Hari. This short time frame forced us into dealing with the hardships of the situations that arose during the shoot, no matter the circumstances.
Writing & Photography by Ari "Shark" Chamasmany
It has always been a pillar of the LA skate-scape. A fabled roadway that has not only served as a benchmark for the Southern California downhill skateboarding scene, but also as a testing platform for some of the most iconic skate products to ever to grace the discipline. A hallowed stretch of asphalt that riders have journeyed the world over to skate. Something of a high bar, a slithering ribbon of road that demands respect, skill, and courage. The Snake, Lookout, Mulholland, whatever you choose to refer to it as, has come to represent a certain mark of downhill skateboarding prowess.
After nearly a year of pandemic-induced hibernation we're finally starting to wake up, just in time for spring with at least one fresh new look: the Loaded Coyote Hola Lou edition.