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Published on May 31, 2012
http://zumiezcouchtour.com The season is upon us and this summer is starting off with a bang. Zumiez Couch Tour blasted off in Seattle, the city of rainy days and rugged, pitched streets. Super green pine trees and rolling hills surround the scene as the Couch Tour pops up in the parking lot, transforming the Northern Seattle mall into a scene for schralping.
The Zumiez Best Foot Forward contest went off like a powder keg with Corey McCowan coming in first. He took no prisoners with his high-flying action and madcap antics on the vertical wall. Second place went to Jordan Dunlop and third was harnessed by the local lumberjack, Dave Mull.
Zumiez put in place a special Destroyer award that went to Kyle Davis for displaying excellent gnarness on the masonite. The Best Trick contest went to Julien Sikora, who utilized the power of the slippery masonite. Spinning out of a switch Barley grind, Julien rocked quite a unique switch Barley grinder to revert, making it a full 360.
The Plan B team took to the course with such greats as Pat Duffy, PJ Ladd, Paul Rodriguez and Ryan Sheckler. Newer talents were shredding all around the place as well. Felipe Gustavo and Trevor McClung were turning heads for the full one-hour pro demo. The legendary Danny Way and Colin McKay were in the house and ready to high five and give autographs all day. Big ups to the Plan B team for coming out in full force. Most notable maneuvers were Gusavto's tech wizardry on the flat ledge. I'm talking three flip front nosegrind reverts and nolle heel back nosegrind reverts. P Rod killed the ledge as well with a switch back tail heelflip out. Sheckler slayed the stair set with cabs and back threes performed swiftly and perfectly.
Taking the stage on Skullcandy's massive sound system was Daytrader followed up by the lock killers, The Classic Crime. Pure rock and roll blasted across the parking lot and into the eardrums of the youth as far as a mile away.
Couch Tour is always an outlet for teenage madness and this Seattle stop was a beautiful example of how to kick-off a party just right. http://zumiez.com