News Tagged ‘Blondey McCoy’

Palace Skateboards – The Merchandise

Saturday, August 19th, 2017


Palace Skateboards have just dropped a new fifteen minute edit called The Merchandise and this latest video offering lives up to it’s name. The whole squad are in force taking care of business with raw street skating in that grimy Palace edited style that we have become accustomed to. Expect to see appearances from Blondey McCoy, Rory Milanes, Shawn Powers, Chewy Cannon, Jamal Smith, Lucien Clarke, Benny Fairfax, Danny Brady and their newest pro Lucas Puig.



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Adidas Skateboarding London Meantime Edit

Friday, May 12th, 2017


The hypes been building all week after the minute long teaser was put out and now go fill your eyes full of the new Adidas Skateboarding London Meantime edit. Featuring Adidas Skateboarding global teams finest including Blondey McCoy, Daewon Song, Marc Suciu, Gustav Tønnesen, Rodrigo Teixeira, Alec Majerus, Benny Fairfax, Marc Johnson, Na-kel Smith, Kevin Lowry, Günes Özdogan & Lucas Puig.


Seriously heavy hitting squad rolling deep in our very own capital London Town. Props all round on making this one come about and of course the Adidas Skateboarding team on tearing the rough rugged and raw spots a new one.



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Thames Bruv!

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Open up your mince pies and have a butchers at this! The Black Sheep are proud to announce that Thames clothing is exclusively  available online and in store now!


Thames is brought to you from the mind of  Blondey McCoy: a seventeen year old skateboarder from south London / north Lebanon who rides for Palace and Supreme, a Southbank local  who has used his full determination and effort to be heavily involved in the long live Southbank campaign. Blondey started his knack for creativity when he was fifteen, making funny stickers and T-shirts for his skate friends. Fast forward a year and Thames had started to grow into a fully-fledged clothing company that had support from Slam City Skates in London and Supreme in New York City. Thames’s roots are firmly presented as a by Southbank, for Southbank brand , admired in its tight community, worn by locals, designed by a young local who is a heavy active campaigner for the south bank scene. Although the fight to keep Southbank is not over, Blondey has put some of his motivation into Thames clothing  and looking at this first drop we think its going to become an iconic British brand.