Airwalk premiered “We Out Here”(by Mitchell Ware) which is a documentary of misguided youth finding skateboarding as a outlet to create a vision and a way of living was a total success. Peter Pabón shot some photos throughout the night, check the pics below.

The Already Famous edition of the iconic Airwalk ONE. Composed of a rich leather upper with patent detail on the heel all stacked over a fully molded rubber cupsole, this exclusive design is sure to turn heads.  Launched earlier this year, the Already Famous campaign celebrates the urban skate movement in Manhattan and will culminate in a documentary surrounding the project that will debut this winter. The shoe is exclusive to the Airwalk site, with a limited quanitity.  $65, available now at

From shoe designer Mitchell Ware, creative director of Already Famous: “I’ve coined the color way for this first shoe ‘Batmobile.’ Most of everything you see in skate lifestyle looks the same, so I wanted to design something different that looked aggressive, but elegant enough to want to keep the shoes clean. A lot of Airwalk’s heritage as a brand lies in small noticeable details unlike any other skate shoe. This design takes an iconic model and adds new material accents that make the shoe the perfect combination of old and new.”

Another recent add to the Airwalk Online shop: On Saturday, Oct. 13, Harold Hunter Day VI went down at the all-new Coleman Oval/LES Skatepark under the Manhattan Bridge. To commemorate this year’s event, the Harold Hunter Foundation teamed up with photographer and longtime skateboarder Charlie Samuels to create the official HH Day VI t-shirt. The limited edition t-shirt features Charlie’s 1989 photo of Harold “skitching” a yellow cab in lower Manhattan under the watchful eye of the Twin Towers. Originally featured in Thrasher Magazine in 2010, it was also included in the critically acclaimed book Full Bleed: New York City Skateboard Photography.

100 percent of the Harold Hunter Day VI Tee proceeds go to the Harold Hunter Foundation, $20,