Dennis Busenitz

Magnus alert!

After our week dedicated to his case, you most likely were already believers, but this fine young gentleman confirms all expectations by stealing the show from a rather heavy squad, including Dennis and Daewon!

Explosive!

In all honesty, the team montage intro is a bit of a slow burner, but Diego Najera is quick to put things up to speed in a couple lines made of impossible tricks for your regular pro pieced together… Yep, he's not messing around.

Trip out…

Talk about killing it… The Adidas team is know for its ability to adapt to about any terrain, with class, but this trip to Japan allows us to realize how far skateboarding has gone into something amazing to watch territories. And, in the end, just like in football, Germany wins. Well, in our case, Dennis does!

Mid-City Merge

They here, all here, more or less, including a couple of the new heads, and all go hard in L.A. but in the end, the best part is seeing Busenitz and Lucas battle the same manual spots! Perfect.

Off Broadway…

Adidas in NYC, you know if it going to be good, especially considering the caliber of the new ams joining in, but Rodrigo… Goddam', Rodrigo!!!

The Magic Number

The classic spots, the other ones hidden in back alleys, the old timers, the fresh faces, the locs and the tourists: they all here! Paris, Berlin and London are three cities more than rich in character, and this is what the De Paris Yearbook crew has been pushing on us for a couple years now, and their latest video production is in the direct logic of this editorial line. But, let's not forget that De Paris, Aus Berlin and Of London are –before all– books you will be more than happy to find on your shelves in a few years!

Hype away!

In order to keep you stoked till the online premiere, this episode is well charged in the skating you dig!

Hype away!

Another proof that Jack Fradel is a bit more than "that dude that grinded that Cardiel rail", plus a family landscaping course, Busenitz style!

Hype away!

Nothing worse than "stress montages" as they are called (think about it!), but the Adidas boys manage to skip the part about crying about security guards not being nice, and even manage to make us laugh. As Lucas Puig states: "I am an asshole!". By the way, could the amount of footage of him being spilled around, could that mean he's got a good stash!??

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