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A Guide to Cracks & Curbs: Makiki, Hawaii

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You like mangos? If you like how sweet and honest those thick-skinned fruit balls taste, then you’ll freaking love Manny Aloha. Manny is the most sincere life-lover you’ll ever meet. Whether he’s shredding the cracks and curbs of Makiki, paddling out at Diamond Head, or making awesome art at home with the family, his style rolls naturally like a mango growing sweeter in the sun.

“Makiki is a rad little area in Honolulu about three miles uphill and north of Waikiki with mostly older homes and small apartment buildings. Barack Obama was born and went to high school here. I love Makiki because skate-distance away are: Honolulu’s best south shore surf breaks, art museums and galleries, the University of Hawaii, night life, music venues, restaurants, bars, a skate park and plenty of street obstacles to sidewalk surf.”  —Manny Aloha