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Skaters are no different than your average tourist, but just how do you plan a skate-trip to a place you’ve never been before? Easy. Instead of scouring Tripadvisor or Instagram geo-tags, you pull up Google Street View, drop some pins on spots that look skateable and pack your bags. Earlier this year, that’s exactly what Jim Craven, Henry Kingsford and the Carhartt WIP skate team did, as they traveled to Iceland, a country known for its rugged terrain and sweeping grassy landscapes, in search of concrete.

Taken from issue two of WIP Magazine, now available in Carhartt WIP stores.

The full map of locations which the team originally planned on trying to skate:
Hringur: Google Map Locations

Photography: Henry Kingsford