Titled "Southern Comfort," the episode was filmed in the U. state of North Carolina, and featured fellow professional skateboarders Zered Bassett and Bobby Worrest.The Volcom clothing and apparel company announced in January 2014 that Sheckler rejoined the brand's team of sponsored skateboarders after a period of sponsorship during the early part of Sheckler's career.But he wants to prove that the skate life is about more than just skateboarding.

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In a 2012 interview for the internet-based channel Network A, Sheckler revealed that the San Clemente skate park is the location where he began skateboarding and that he was present at the opening of the park.

etnies invited both Sheckler and his brother Shane to the company's Californian headquarters, where he was given his first pair of etnies shoes; however, his official relationship with the brand commenced in 1998.

Sheckler explains in the video that he received his first pair of free skate shoes from the company and skated in etnies shoes ever since.

The final episode of the second season of the "Sheckler Sessions" online series was aired in November 2013 and signaled the conclusion of the entire show.

”." Two of the Foundation's major annual charity events are "Skate For A Cause" (the fourth event occurred in May 2013) A November 12, 2013 press release introduced the foundation's inaugural "Skate BOARD" members.

Consisting of professional skateboarders Greg Lutzka, Christian Hosoi, Fabrizio Santos, Filipe Gustavo, and Manny Santiago, the group will "help support and promote the Sheckler Foundation’s projects", as the organization seeks to increase its exposure.

Sheckler is filmed performing a kickflip in a street-based setting, while teammates Torey Pudwill and Duffy are also present.

A promotional video was released in May 2013, commemorating Sheckler's 15th year with the etnies brand.

In a 2012 interview by Network A, Sheckler explained that he enjoys surfing, relaxing, and spending time with his family when he is not skateboarding, adding that his priorities in life are: "Stay healthy, as much as I can; be a good brother; be a good son, to my parents; make sure I can do anything to keep my family safe; finish this Plan B part and just keep skating—keep filming video parts; be me, I guess—just be myself and not worry about what people think." However, Sheckler concluded by stating that his main priority is ensuring the health and safety of his family.

Ryan Sheckler has been earning the “SKATE LIFE” tattoo on his forearm since he first set foot on a skateboard.

Sheckler later explained the decision to cease production, which was entirely his own: When I started the show I said, "If it gets me away from my actual skateboarding fans and gets me away from skateboarding, then I'm not going to do the show anymore." That's why our third season was only six episodes; we cut it in half. It's going to be more detrimental to my career than positive." We just quit. By the beginning of 2013, discussion continued, among both skateboarding fans and the industry, regarding whether the relaunched Plan B team would release its first full-length video.