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Tricks For Treats

Tricks For Treats

The contest is simple: Do tricks to get treats! Perform tricks listed on The Trick List and submit a video with as many as you can pull off. The more you do, the more you win. If you have the most impressive video out of all the entries, you'll receive the Grand Prize: a Sector 9 Super Shaka Complete Longboard, Sector 9 Downhill Division's Lacey Complete Longboard, and $100 CASH from Khiro Skateboard Products. The Grand Prize winner will be selected from all video submissions, so if quantity isn't your thing, go for quality and you'll have a great chance.
 

And if you're just in it for some free goodies, here's the scoop:
10 Tricks - 10-Pack of Muir Skate PowerWings Stickers
15 Tricks - 15-Pack of PowerWings and a Contest Shirt
20 Tricks - 20-Pack of PowerWings, Contest Shirt & Khiro Skate Tool
A Beastly Bonus: The first five entries with all 20 Tricks will receive a set of 70mm Fireball Incendo Freeride Wheels.

IMPORTANT: All entries must be submitted as a video response to 
this video and tagged with "Muir Skate Tricks For Treats" If this isn't done properly, there's no guarantee that we'll see your entry! So be sure you get it taken care of!

We don't ship internationally, but we will make one exception for this contest. Entries from outside the U.S. will be admitted into the Grand Prize portion of the contest (for Best Video) ONLY. (This means these entries are not eligible for "Treats".) Just make a sick video with the minimum number of tricks and you're set!

After submitting your video entry, send a message to our YouTube account so we can get started on sending the swag out at the right time! (Or we'll have to do it ourselves which could take a long time...)

Be sure to:
(1) Wear a helmet!

(2) Read the full rules

(3) Ask questions if you have any! Reply here or chat us up on Facebook!

Big thanks to Sector 9, Khiro Skateboard Products, and Fireball Wheels for donating prizes to the contest! Support those who support you.


News Flash

  • Ian Tilmann died after crashing out on a fun longboard run in Florida. Ian wasn't wearing a lid and never regained consciousness.  We lost a brother.
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    The Ian Tilmann Foundation  created the Helmet for a Promise program, where people are able to pledge to always wear a helmet and the foundation will provide one at no cost.  Click the logo or the text. Read More +
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