Tranny

Tropicalia

Hey, let's go for some Hawaiian vibes, shall we? In order to celebrate Indian Summer! Plus you get a masterclass on how to get the line in pools by Lance Mountain!

Jarne

How do kids say these days, again? "Pro as Fuck"? Oh, wait, it says "European Pro", here… Undoubtedly one of the most explosive skaters around these pas years!

abrasion

You could have guessed that Fred Gall and co are not too into your perfect DIY built downtown with a city permit, but tend more to gather in the deep end of abandoned industrial areas, reclaimed through harsh trowel strokes… Which does not stop them from ripping!

The trailer you need!

When, in a world where nothing matter more than for a few seconds, Antihero reminds us all some fundamentals…

Savate "Trompe Le Monde"

An ode to celebrate that unknown spot at the very deep end of the industrial area of the suburb of that lost village? Off, this is what Savate is all about! Those guys know that spots are where you go look for them, they do… This should plant the seed that will make you plan out a summer trip with your friends. That's their goal, at least.

Mission exploration

Heading over today to Okinawa, with a small crew of Japanese heads, heading way over a thousand miles from their daily habits… The place seems hospitable enough, when it comes to spot, but the weather is not. Not really a problem for Deishi, though…

Massacre!

How else are you supposed to describe what those three make any spot encountered endure!? Talk about a criminal trio… Have you ever seen worst better? Now, about whoever complains about the music, or the amount of frames per second, well, you are officially old and tired…

DIY DIG / La Cave

If you pronounce the always dreaded DIY acronym in France (it is virtually unpronounceable to most native tonguers), the name of Jo Dezecot will quickly become part of the conversation… Notably for the ten years his Cléré-les-Pins spot lasted! Last year, he decided to take it easy and retreat to the countryside where he could locate his whole family under a safe and quiet roof. Until he realized the house did come with a cave! Guess what happened!? Yep… Here is the second episode of our #vansdiydig series, and what should be a kick in the nuts for all of us, in order to get us started on doing something. What have you planned for the week-end, again?

Thanks again to Vans for their kind support on this project. And if you want to give a hand, you can, here!

DIY DIG / La Cave / GALERIE

Let's put you in the mood for the second episode of our DIY DIG series, starring the soon to be famous Jo Dezecot's cave, by presenting you a GALERIE of photos both documenting (in black and white) the building by Nicolas Boutin, and the very first group session (in color) by Vincent Coupeau. Because, when it comes to doing it yourself, it is as much about the skating than it is about the common effort that takes you there…

Thanks again to Vans for their kind support, on this project.

Cotinz' tip: "Nada"!

Well, you can just throw your skatepark edits in the gutter, now… Akira Shiroma is at home in this bowl thingy, one can tell and one can just feel it, thanks to the way this session is captured, but ultimately shared with us, in a rather incredible way… A visual masterpiece by Alexandre Veloso (under the STORYTELLER moniker), from the command on the VX handle to the editing to poetry. Yep, a full on oddity, but in the best possible way.

Clubbing TV

Your favorite Canadians on the dance floor are back, popping and locking that raw raw street stuff, in their 100% acrílico uniform. Good trending, but just good good stuff we tell ya!

Flow…

Let's go for a little transition hunting,today, for a change of pace! And a little fresh air, thanks to an original edit by Philip Evans, and an ode to "the line", the tranny skater Graal… And who's better to illustrate that quest, than the rather experienced John Magnusson?

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