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Aloha Ditches

Stay Wild

They’re difficult to find. Often hidden behind fences with “No Trespassing” signs.

They have cracks, unexpected drainage holes, weeds, rocks, and more things that’ll make skaters eat shit.

They are far from smooth, more like 60-grit sandpaper. Awesome for shredding skin.

Why skate ditches when we are blessed with skateparks? It’s simple: Ditches have an element of adventure for when we want to get dirty and satisfy our desire to step out of our sterile environment.

Ditches are wild.

Ditch Skating on the island of Oahu with Manny Aloha // @mannyaloha
Photography By Jianca Lazarus // @jianca_lazarus