We're stoked to have Mountain Dew® back on board to support Amateur skating at NASS 2017. Every year the amateur skaters prove they're not to be ignored. Winners of the Am finals get the opportunity to battle it out with the pros and 2016 was no different. Aaron Jago took first place in the Park Skate Am competition and then went on to hold his own in the professional heats. Not to be missed, the Am comps still pack some serious punch. The level of women's skateboarding has never been stronger so we're pleased to welcome back the Women's Park Open competition in 2017. Last year Mountain Dew sent the top three Am finalists over to Amsterdam to compete at the Dew Tour Am Series… Where will it be this year?
• NASS Park Skate Am (in Association with Mountain Dew)
The top three contestants progress to Pro Competition AND get the opportunity to compete at the Dew Tour Am Series.
• NASS Vert Skate Am (in Association with Mountain Dew)
The top three contestants progress to Pro Competition
• NASS Women’s Park Skate Open (in Association with Mountain Dew)
The Women's Open mixes all abilities in one group