Professional skateboarder Dustin Dollin is known for his unapologetic attitude on and off the skateboard.
As he marks his 32nd year of living the Piss Drunx lifestyle, Dollin opens up about his unique journey, his relationship with alcohol, and his unyielding approach to life.
The 43-year-old pro has been a prominent figure in the skateboarding world.
His charismatic personality, raw style, and gnarly drinking before skating a handrail have earned him a loyal fan base. But it's not just his skateboarding that sets him apart; it's his unfiltered way of living.
The infamous Piss Drunx crew, known for their rebellious and hedonistic lifestyle, has been integral to Dollin's voyage.
They have epitomized the punk rock ethos and a carefree attitude towards life.
Although the boss Andrew Reynolds has been sober for 20 years, Erik Ellington proudly marks eight years vice-free, Ali Boulala quit skating to become the better version of himself, and Jim Greco improved his self-control, Dollin's resilience to the enduring core of the Piss Drunx that he remains the last man standing in their unremorseful wild lifestyle.
While Dollin's way of life choices may not align with mainstream expectations, he has never shied away from being his authentic self.
Dollin's statement, "Today marks the 32nd year of being an alcoholic and I regret nothing and love that people blame alcohol instead of themselves," highlights his unrepentant approach to life. He refuses to conform to societal norms and values his experiences, even the challenging ones.