Arnette rider Pat Duffy recently sat down with the ESPN Skateboarding crew to discuss a wide range of topics. Bottom line, Duffy is the man! Here's the intro from ESPN's Adam Salo and you can watch the full interview below:
"Pat Duffy is one of street skating's made men, a true godfather with style. Handrails with kinks? Duffy's had that since 1991. Skating rails in the rain? Yup, he did that first, too. Few other skaters still rolling can lay claim to a legacy with as much impact as the one Duffy has... and he's still rolling, still progressing even after enduring one of the most brutal slams the Mega Ramp has ever meted out. Recently, Duffy got a session in at the Oceanside skatepark in San Diego and talked with our man Corey Cabrera about skating, Plan B video projects, fatherhood and more."