Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Enuff's 10 Year Anniversary Completes!

Wow! 10 years! Where has the time gone?

We are super stoked to introduce you all to our brand new range of completes that we have released to help celebrate our 10 fun years in the skateboarding industry!

From the end of September 2016, 8 new completes will be hitting the shops, all fully loaded with our mighty Decade Trucks!





The Enuff Fade is the first in line and is a great complete for beginners to intermediate riders that want a bit of colour with minimal graphics on their set-up. The colour coded Decade trucks on the Fade's deep concave deck adds a nice finishing touch.


Enuff Fade Completes - 4 Colours

The Enuff Tag Graffiti features an awesome urban graphic by Paintshop Studio. Available in 2 colours; Yellow and Green, and mounted on our Decade trucks, the Tag Graffiti is a seriously cool beginner to intermediate board.

Enuff Tag Graffiti - 2 Colours

Enuff Tie-Dye... well what can we say?! Yes tie-dye is back, so we've covered a deep concave deck in it and mounted it on our awesome Decade Trucks, to bring you one rad looking set-up!

Enuff Tie-Dye Complete

The Enuff Nihon is a mini series of 2 seriously sweet graphic decks designed by guest artist, Bodilpunk. The detail that goes into this artist's work is amazing, so we couldn't resist working in collaboration with him. Both the Samurai and the Geisha designs are printed on deep concave decks and mounted on our Decade Trucks.

Enuff Nihon Completes - 2 Designs

The Enuff Pyro Fade completes are our anniversary adaptations of the very popular Pyro boards and come in 2 vibrant colours. Again these boards are mounted on our decade trucks and are great for intermediate riders.

Enuff Pyro Fade Completes - 2 Colours

The Enuff Floral completes are not really floral at all... more "leafy"...
either way, we think they look great! Available in 2 colour ways, that are not too OTT, so if you like a board that has a hint of colour but minimal graphics, then grab one of these.

 


The Enuff ALSO is another great collaboration with Paintshop Studio, and brings bold blocks of colours to our range. Available in 2 colour ways, and mounted on our Decade trucks the ALSO complete makes a great intermediate board.

Enuff ALSO Completes - 2 Colours

The Enuff Geometric is a medium concave board that comes in 2 colour ways, designed by guest artist, Shaun Gordon.  A great intermediate complete to finish off our anniversary collection!

Enuff Geometric Completes - 2 Colours

Featured team riders: Alex Griffiths and Alfie Mills

Thursday, 15 September 2016

"The Story of the Decade" - Enuff Decade Pro Trucks!

 

2016 marks Enuff’s ten year anniversary in the skate industry, a pretty big thing to still be going strong in the British skateboarding scene. We wanted to come up with something better than just a party to mark this milestone. We wanted to create something that will last another ten years and maybe even give back to you, the riders, to say thanks for all your support! Limited edition decks are nice but they’re limited; a skate jam is great for a day but then it’s gone; posters and stickers have been done before. So what to do?

Alex Griffiths
Enuff’s key strength has always been supporting skaters at grass roots level and believing in the little guy. Decks and wheels are all much a muchness but trucks, on the whole, have been relatively unchanged for what feels like forever! Whilst we aren’t reinventing the wheel, bringing you something strong and hardwearing at a reasonable price and with performance you can believe in, perhaps was a step into the unknown.

Using our years of experience in the industry, and utilising advice from our riders and more importantly you out there in the real world, it has been a real team effort designing this truck.

There has been well over a year of research and development, 3D modelling, CNC prototypes, and test samples before we have been able to bring the Decade Truck to market.



Finally after all the work which has gone in, we are proud to give you a product that performs to a high standard and looks great without breaking the bank. Most importantly the rider and shop reaction to this truck has been fantastic. With a more competitive price than any comparable truck on the market, we seriously think you should give them a try …so head down to your local shop now to pick up your set of Enuff Decade Trucks!





Phil Long
Some of the key performance features of our truck:
• Fixed low kingpin allows for easy maintenance, added grind clearance and reduced chance of hang-ups
• Precise 19.5° kingpin geometry allows the truck to be smooth and responsive whilst remaining stable at speed
• High quality aluminium provides strength and smooth grinds
• Weight saving cavities in the hanger and baseplate maximises strength whilst minimising weight increase
• 92a SHR PU Cast bushings
• Subtle branding on both the hanger and baseplate

Enuff Decade Pro Truck - Martini Spin 

Check out this video of our riders testing the trucks out. These guys don’t say much but actions speak louder than words!





Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Phil Long - Welcome To The Team

We are pleased to introduce our latest team rider, Phil Long...



How old are you and where are you from?
29 from Nottingham.


What age did you first start skateboarding and what inspired you to first pick up a board?
About 12 years old. Tony Hawk’s pro skater first inspired me.


Where is your favourite place to skate?
Stalin square, Prague and the Czech Republic.


Had you heard of the Enuff brand and where did you hear about it? What can you bring to the team?
I have friends who used to ride for them (Alex Halford and Scott Whittaker). Creaky joints and old age!



Which skateboarders did you look up to growing up? Any local legends in your local scene or professionals you aspire to be like?
Marc Johnson, P J Ladd, Mike Carroll. Smedley is a living legend, definitely aspire to be like him! 


How many people are in your group of friends that you skate with on a regular basis?
Between 8 and 10.


What is your all-time favourite skate video and which ones are you into at this moment in time?
Transworld Modus Operandi and P J Ladd’s Wonderful Horrible Life.


Do you have a preference towards street skating, skate parks or vert or are you happy to experience and skate everything?
Street and skate parks.


What was the last trick you learnt? What are the next three tricks on your hit list that you would love to learn?
Just learnt fakie 5-0 variations. 


Are there any video parts you are working on personally which we will see in the near future or any competitions coming up that you plan to enter?
Hooked video “Acid drop,” hopefully stay away from injury and film a part for that.



What do you think skateboarding holds for you in the future and what are your future aspirations?
Arthritis definitely also knee and hip replacements. Heading to Palma for a skate trip in July. Probably get a few more trips in this year.


You can follow Phil on Instagram @phillongting

Thursday, 28 July 2016

Enuff's 10 Year Anniversary

Did you know that this year is Enuff's 10 Year Anniversary?



To celebrate our 10th year, we will be releasing some awesome new products, so keep your eyes peeled for updates!


Thursday, 21 July 2016

Alfie Mills - Wiltshire Skate Series

Second place in the Wiltshire Skate Series.

We at Enuff would like to congratulate Alfie Mills for finishing 2nd overall in the skateboard under
16’s Wiltshire skates series.


This series took place over four different stops, with the final leg concluding this past weekend.

Alfie managed to attend all four legs and took 2nd place in Calne, 3rd place in Melksham, 2nd place in Salisbury and 2nd Place in Devizes on his way to an overall 2nd place finish!


Alfie has done a fantastic job especially as he is the second youngest rider in the competition.



Enuff are proud to have Alfie on the team and we very much look forward to seeing how his skateboarding progress in the future.


Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Alfie Mills at NASS 2016

Enuff rider, Alfie, hit this year's NASS, so we checked in with him to get a rundown of his time there...



How was your trip down to Nass and did the weather hold out for you over the weekend?  
The trip was good we left nice and early and got there at 8am Thursday morning. The weather was pretty fine all weekend apart from Sunday afternoon when we had a bit of rain.

What were your expectations going into the weekend, what did you hope to achieve?
I just wanted to go and have fun and was looking forward to riding the pro park and the vert ramp as I don't get to ride one very often.



How was the standard of skating and who were you most stoked on seeing over the weekend?
Some amazing skating going off both in the amateur and the pro. It was great to see Clay Kreiner and I got to hang out with him a bit which was pretty cool!

How did the competition go from your point of view? Do you think you skated well and if you placed what position were you?
It went well, a little daunting at first but I really enjoyed it. I placed 27th out of 70 which I was pleased with as there were no age limits.




What was the highlight of your weekend and will you be returning to Nass next year if you get the opportunity?
My highlight was seeing Clay Kreiner backflip, stalefish the step up jump box. And yes I'd love to go back next year I had a blast!!

Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Judah Cross - Welcome To The Team!

We are very pleased to welcome Judah to the Enuff team!





How old are you and where are you from? 
I’m nine years old and I live in Cornwall 

What age did you first start skateboarding and what inspired you to first pick up a board?
I first got on a skateboard at age 7. One of my older brothers, Caleb, started first and we all followed him soon after! 

Where is your favourite place to skate? 
Mount Hawke Skatepark, Cornwall 

What can you bring to the team? 
I can bring enthusiasm, energy, cool tricks, big airs and rad video clips! 



Which skateboarders did you look up to growing up? Any local legends in your local scene or professionals you aspire to be like? 
Legends definitely got to be Tony Hawk & Steve Caballero! Current pro’s – Aaron ‘Jaws’ Homoki, Ben Raybourn, Chris Russel & Ronnie Sandoval. 
Local hero is Jake Anderson who we all skate with regularly in and around Cornwall. 

How many people are in your group of friends that you skate with on a regular basis and which guys are essential to getting a good session going? 
Mainly my brothers (Jacob, Caleb & Elijah).. and my dad!... but there’s a few younger regulars at Hawke we skate with a lot! – Nat, Finlay, Brandon, Fin, Coral & Ethan 

What is your all-time favourite skate video and which ones are you into at this moment in time? 
Haven’t watched loads, but loved the recent Vans Pool party which we watched online! 



Do you have a preference towards street skating, skate parks or vert or are you happy to experience and skate everything? 
Skate everything, but I love parks & transition! 

What was the last trick you learnt? What are the next three tricks on your hit list that you would love to learn?
Backside Judo Airs, which I’m working on getting higher and higher!! 
Next on the list is: Finger Flip Airs, Fast Plants & 360 Airs… watch this space! 

Are there any video parts you are working on personally which we will see in the near future or any competitions coming up that you plan to enter? 
Yes, there’s always a video part in progress, and I’ll be competing in a few local events over the summer as well as the UK Vert Series.

What do you think skateboarding holds for you in the future and what are your future aspirations? 
To have fun and maybe turn Pro! 

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Elian Pergher – Champion of France

Our French rider Elian has been competing in the Championnat De France De Skateboard 2016 hosted by the French Skateboard Commission. http://www.commission-skateboard.fr/


He has been competing in the Street Espoirs amateur’s category and managed to attend and compete in four of the five legs of this highly respected series. Elian took wins in Nantes and Toulouse, second in Chateauroux and fifth in Nimes, on his way to an overall series win.




Elian is a fantastic talent with a huge bag of tricks and a smooth style to match. He’s currently working on a new section, which we’re very much looking forward to seeing in the near future, as his rate of progression is phenomenal but in the meantime his older section is here for you to feast your eyes on.


Enuff are proud to have Elian on our team and we are very much looking forward to seeing what he achieves in the future. Watch this space!!

Monday, 25 April 2016

Alfie Mills - Welcome To The Team!

We are pleased to welcome the awesome Alfie Mills to the Enuff team.


How old are you and where are you from?
Aged 12, from Poole, Dorset

What age did you first start skateboarding, and what inspired you to first pick up a board?
I started skating at 6 years old, I was given a board by a neighbour and my Mum stood me on it and pulled me along our decking. Then my Dad started taking me to skate parks early Sunday mornings when the parks were empty. That’s when I got hooked!

Where is your favourite place to skate?
Bartley Skate park, Totton.


Had you heard of the Enuff brand before joining the team and where did you hear about it? What can you bring to the team?
First knew of Enuff from seeing them in the Skate Shop in Poole.
I think I can bring to the team passion for the sport, determination and constant clips of my progress.

Which skateboarders did you look up to growing up? Any local legends in your local
scene or professionals you aspire to be like?
Skateboarders I looked up to growing up were Chris Haslam and Danny Way and local guys Jamie Smith and Steve Castle who were very supportive.
I aspire to be like Curren Caples who I think is a great all round skater.

How many people are in your group of friends that you skate with on a regular basis and which guys are essential to getting a good session going?
I tend to skate with guys older than me for inspiration and drive. For a good session I like to skate with Toby Moors, The Don't Rain crew Hamish Fleming, Matt Totczyk, Kam Spencer and Darryn Williams. Also The Bartley crew Marc Churchill, Adam Keys, Matt Grey, Jed Cullen and Greg Nowik.


What is your all-time favourite skate video and which ones are you into at this moment in time?
All-time favourite video The DC Video. Ones I'm watching Plan B - True, We are Blood and Vans - Propeller.

Do you have a preference towards street skating, skate parks or vert, or are you happy to experience and skate everything?
I love to skate everything. Variety is the spice of life!

What was the last trick you learnt? What are the next three tricks on your hit list that you would love to learn?
Last trick learnt, half cab blunt 180 out. New tricks to learn are front blunt, hardflip and tre - flip.


Are there any video parts you are working on personally which we will see in the near future or any competitions coming up that you plan to enter?
I always put up video clips of new runs and tricks. Hopefully some good skate jams and competitions coming up this Summer. I'm competing in the Wiltshire skate series, I entered last year it was great fun. I always try to go to as many as possible.


What do you think skateboarding holds for you in the future and what are your future aspirations?
I'd love to go to California at some point, and be involved in the skateboard industry as long as possible in one way or another.


You can follow Alfie on Instagram: @alfie_mills_

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Alex Griffiths - Vert Attack


"My journey to Malmo was fast and easy. I flew into Copenhagen airport then took the train across the water from Copenhagen to Malmo."


"This is my second time. I competed last year at VA9.
Having been last year I was used to skating with the pros so it felt awesome and indescribable."


"I landed all the tricks I wanted to do and placed 11th out of 40, just missing out on the final. I am happy though because I was competing against the best of the best."

"Clay Kreiner was my favourite person to watch while there."

A photo posted by Clay Kreiner (@claykreiner) on


"Getting to skate with all my friends from America and all around the world, and to see the over 40s skating at an amazing standard were my highlights!"


"The thing I took away from this experience is to enjoy myself and continue to be stoked for the rest of my life."