Scott Kane

 

 

Scott Kane discusses growing up in Long Beach CA, skating the El Dorado skatepark, getting on Monkey Stix, skating for Bootleg, filming for his 12 minute part in “Bootleg 3000”, why skating rails just clicked for him, getting on Vans, getting surgery after multiple ankle injury’s, bouts of panic attacks, why he left the skate industry, getting his Real Estate license, Kenny Anderson leaving him a voicemail that inspired him to get back into skating, his reusable drink-ware company Highland Peak and much more!