Andrew Fortenberry: a new Obscura life

Andrew Fortenberry has joined the Obscura Wakeskates team. The rider from Anna Maria Island, in Florida, is currently living in Lake Pickett.

Andrew Fortenberry finished the Wakeskate Tour 2012 in the top 15 places and is looking forward to traveling and entering as many events as possible.

"So pumped to be a part of such a sick team and company! I've looked up to Aaron and Danny since day one. Stoked to see what the future holds", said Fortenberry.

Andrew will be riding the new 39" Tao wakeskate, the brand's most durable, flexible, grindable and ripable skate. The sintered base material promises long lasting rail park fun.

"We are excited to be starting a new season with a new rider of Andrew's caliber. The first time he hopped on the new Tao skate, he was at home. It's crazy what this kid is capable of", says Aaron Reed, Obscura co-founder.

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