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…
Carlsbad shredder, Cam Sedlick rolls up with a banging edit mixed with old and new radness and also look out for the ode to Natas wallriding too.
20 years of Death Skateboards is now fully confirmed to be celebrated with a new team video, so get ready for the introduction of INTO THE VOID. This new full length will feature skating from Adam Moss, Blinky, Dan Cates, Charlie Spelzini, Dave Allen, Patrick Melcher, Eddie Belvedere, Robian Fifield, Jimmy Van Genabith, Chris Hoeve,…
Been a while since Jason Park‘s quirky skills were seen on here so take in this trip covered by Hunter O’Shea on the tools with Park skating the island of Oahu in Hawaii. Should give you a lift. Part’s one and two here:
As ever, this lot pull off a dope edit for your perusal. Hawaiian bliss.
Take your eyes over to the East Coast of America with this ender part from the PFP5 video outta Westchester, New York, courtesy of Brandon Gironda. Mike Sass is on the tools to bring you this edit. Follow his travels on IG. More on this too over at Jenkem who premiered this malarkey yesterday.
Watch the Frog crew do Las Vegas with Chris Milic, Pat Gallagher, Robert Blazek, Krazy Franky, Nick Michel, Gary Metzger, Daniel Dent, and guest skaters, Aaron Goure and Mark Cheche.
This jam from CPH is a must watch today! Nothing more to be said.
Kick off your day with Brad McClain’s sick game of getting into every nook and cranny in every spot he skates. Always a winner.
Two decades of Death Skateboards is here and what a milestone of dedication from Zorlac, Cates and the rest of the crew to give the UK scene so much loving, for so long. Revolution Skatepark in Broadstairs celebrated with team riders, Charlie Spelzini, Mikey Patrick, Mike Simons, Ronny Calow, Radman and Mark Nicolson. and friends…
Happy Birthday to Heroin Skateboards’ head honcho, Fos who takes 45 tricks out at G Park. May your next 45 be stacked with the sound of grinding trucks, Nick Cave, Japanese toys and fluffy bunnies. FOS’s 45 Years/Tricks from Heroin Skateboards on Vimeo.