Adorable Skaters may remember Trouble Andrew from his various deck collabs or even his reputable cover version of Eight Dayz’ classic track What’s So Strange About Me. That version lurked on the end of his last album and was originally featured on the 80’s Santa Cruz video ‘Wheels Of Fire‘ where Natas took skating to…
Here it is. The all new Creature video. Get those teas on for a hellride.
Connor Kammerer’s part in Spirit Quest is a must watch. Thanks Colin Read, today’s stoke is served super hot. Now go grab the full thing here.
Tech steez and speed combined equals the darn big game that Kevin Bækkel brings to the fold. His Daze Layers part rips, made in Oslo by Martin Stuve Strøm and taken from his latest scene video. If you want more after this then scroll down for his Creature Coffin Cuts offcuts. Gnarly bastard!
Justin Eldridge, Kenny Anderson and more of the Chocolate crew hit up Redondo Beach for the latest Chunk edit.
Switch or regs, Shaun Stulz has good game. This footage is from Shep Dawgs Five, filmed by Jacob Nunez, Austin Ayub, and Lannie Rhoades.
The annual Bondi Beach Bowl-A-Rama went down last weekend down under proving the kids are alright! 14 year old Keegan Palmer took the number one spot over many seasoned heads and Tony Hawk taking the masters and Australian shredder Sabre Norris taking the women’s honours. Enjoy the footage from Boardworld. Pro highlights: 1st: Keegan Palmer…
Enjoy some new Gino Iannucci clips from his recent Poets gram page. Fresh as of 3 hours ago. One ♥️ @mmmsherbert @venturetrucks @nikesb @fuckingawesome poetsbrand.com A post shared by Gino Iannucci (@ginoiannuccipoets) on Feb 19, 2018 at 4:12am PST
Travel through Paris with Antoine Plainfossé as he pushes through the capital with Killian Lassablière capturing his journey.
New Gonz footage for today then filmed by RB Umali at Bay Ridge skate park. Dive in, safely.
Love that fast-footed Japanese shredding? Look no further than Hiroki Muraoka’s full part from the new “Look Left” video by Traffic Skateboards. Exceptional edit. If you want more new Asian delights then head here and watch Shinataro Hongo’s debut edit.