Margielyn Didal Gets A Pro Model!

Monday, November 19, 2018










It was all love and shout outs for Margielyn Didal this weeknd on her instagram page letting the skate community know that her sponsor Eighty Five Two Shop presented her with her first pro model!

The Cebu native has had an impressive year, she competed in the X-Games Minneaopils for the first time, and took home GOLD at the Asian Games just a few months later.

Congrats on your new pro model Margielyn - well deserved!!

"Margie Soooooo HYPE!!!! thank you Eightfivetwo shop for having me in the team but today @jbs8five2 @antclaravall you guys suprised me for this awesome board ❤️❤️❤️ so much Love and Support from you guys"

MS. RPRSNTD Event and Skate Film Premeire.






MS. RPRNSTD 2: Girl Gang Skate Vid Trailer from MS. RPRSNTD on Vimeo.


We are so stoked to see that MS. RPRSNTD is having film & photography pop-up & panel discussion! We missed the first one they had and kicked ourself for it. There will be D.J.'s Beer, Merchandise and Munchies!  And a skate video featuring female skaters of color! Check out the featured ladies below.

SAVE THE DATE!!  And grab your girl gang and come out to the launch party:








SPACE 15 TWENTY
520 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Friday, December 7th 2018
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM


Make sure you RSVP at MS RPRSNTD


If you miss the launch night, the event will run through December 9 with different things happening each day (we are all about that wellness pop-up on Sunday!) - so jump over to MS RPRSNTD's site to get all the details!



** This is a free event, please think about bringing a donation of a new/unopened holiday gift for the young adults of Covenant House California - It's a good time to spread some cheer!

Belvedere Skatepark Meet Up - Photos.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Death to Sadie
Stinson sisters
Jazzmen Chavez
Felicia
Adriana Uruena
Jazzmen Chavez
Chloe Opal
Adriuruena
Jazmyn Black
Death to Sadie & Felicia
Gable Stinson
Felicia
Tracie Garacochea
Jazmyn Black
Jazzmen Chavez


 Photos @ianloganphoto x @girlisnota4letterword

Please credit both when sharing on social - thanks!



La Girls Skate Sesh and Chicks in Bowls combined forces for a fun all girls skate meet up at Belvedere Skatepark in Los Angeles today. The ladies were out in full force and it was a blast seeing girls ripping on roller skates in the bowl, right next to female skateboarders and of course Tracie who shreds WCMX!

We love that these meet-ups are in all different places throughout LA and the surrounding areas, because  the crowd of girls is different each and every time. We met girls thast we had never met before and some that we only knew via Instagram - which was very cool!

Big thanks to Jazzmen and Chloe for putting these events together - we are proud to be a sponsor of this session, along with Bones and Autonomy skateboards!

See you next time!!

** If we posted a pic with no name under it, and you know who the girl is, please DM @girlisnota4letterword on Instagram and let us know so we can add it!  Thanks.

Girls Skate Sesh - This Saturday In Los Angeles!

Wednesday, November 14, 2018



Our friends at LA GIRLS SKATE SESH have teamed up with the rad girls from CHICKS IN BOWLS for an all female skate sesh THIS Saturday, November 17 from 10 AM - 2 PM at Belvedere Skatepark in Los Angeles.

The session is FREE and all ages/abilities are welcome, if you bring a can of food you can be entered into a raffle for gear from Wicked Skate Wear! Each can of food you donate gets you (1) raffle ticket!

Girl is NOT a 4 Letter Word will be there as well, shooting pics for our site so there is coverage of the event  - so get ready to ride!

See you there!!

She's Changing India's Landscape, One Female Skater At A Time.

Monday, November 12, 2018




We are so in awe of Atit Verghese. You think being a female skateboarding in the USA is hard because you are a minority in the sport? Try being the only girl in a sea of boys in India where male / female roles in society are clearly defined. Atita ignored all the comments and stares, and she didn't just skate, she started a revolution so younger girls would start skating too.

Watch her story in this short film that Toyota created for their new  "Start Your Impossible" Series. 

 "Seeing people progress in a world that always tries to make you fail, I think that's really, really powerful." 

Atita Verghese - the only girl who was skateboarding in India.