Juan Saavedra

FUTUR-ISTIC

Juan Saavedra, Santiago Sasson, Karl Salah, Oscar Candon for the skating, and Yohan Taillandier behind the fisheye, obviously the result is impressive. This is the fourth opus of the Future Inc’s Timeline series, and the least we can say is that the technique is there. There is nothing that exceeds, each trick is clear and precise, a treat for the pupils.

palace alert!!!

Dat audio-visual tech ya need…

Nonni, da best-of!

At least of his favorite moments of 2017, from République to Praha, with his homies and new friends made on the road… Augustin is LIVE, we tell ya'!

Bienvenue en banlieue!

Ahh, Parisian suburbs… A rarely tapped in potential –out of laziness as much as fear, let's be honest– despite having offered the city many a talent over the decades! This edit is celebrating them, and fact is skating is top-notch while managing to use actually good French Trap. No, really… This will get you pumped for the upcoming triptych

Bronze Age

A visit of Paris and Berlin by the Bronze crew, a new compilation of historical referencies for the nerds in us, and a perfect featuring –as always– from that Juan guy… Just about perfect.

G alert!

The Futur heads goes the Italian way, and take the Mayor of République with them… The street we dig, captured by Yoan Taillandier: perfect!

Rebound

Beware: you're in for a laugh or two! Romain Batard is known to be able to convey the explosive side of skateboarding, as well as its hilarious side, the way it is all interlaced in real life. His new full-length is in direct lineage of his precedent pieces, only with a wider spectrum of skaters, due to his recent move to Paris. Rebound confirms also a recent philosophical theory pointing out the fact that in French street skating, Hugo Maillard always steals the show, as he appears to have way more fun than anyone else, while steady killing it. This is gold, Jerry, gold!

Paris AM

It's official, the Nike SB AM contest series lands in Paris, at Palais de Tokyo, nonetheless! It will be the July 14-nth week-end, with a chance to win a trip to Berlin, and more. If you want to enter the comp, head over here. And for obvious security regulations going on in town right now, reasons, as a spectator, you will also have to register, here. Meanwhile, the French riders enjoy a cruise through town, from Répu to the Dôme!

Souvenirs de Futur

Well, looks like this one was custom made for us: Juan Saavedra and Santiago Sasson meeting a fine picked selection of some of our favorite skaters from Belgium and Holland on their spots, one could not dream of a better idea! Oh, yeah, actually, add Yoan Taillandier behind (and in front of) the lens! Seems like the Futur Inc really just get it. Hang on, it's a trip!

25 centimes de bonbons

A Quartersnacks visit to Paris, a new spot in front of Gare du Nord (!!!!???) and a masterclass in pedestrians fluxes regulation by Juan Saavedra…

Deeper

The Deep Dish guys, we have taken upon following them for a bit, but this time, they lead us back to Europe, with adventures on this side of the Ocean that reminded us that Stalin Square still stands strong in Prague or that Flex O'Connor still rips! And then it's back to their East Coast, and the rough spots they love, which neither them nor us would complain about! Another great production, and a dope follow-up to Deep Dish 2!

À Paris!

Some Berliners (including Malte Spitz) visit Paris and share some spots with the locals, for this De Paris production that announces more to come!

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