Joe Yates

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We've already done our best to warn you about the gem that is the latest Traffic video (if one somehow doesn't count their recent Japan trip as canon), "Look Left"; a while back, we even went as far as interviewing Mark Wetzel and Joe Yates for your reading pleasure - and also to try and provide a window into the culture surrounding an authentic company that is deeply anchored in the history of street skateboarding. Well now, the whole piece is finally online, thanks to the homies at Theories, the distro and collective led by Josh Stewart - who's also the filmmaker here. Don't slip and forget to catch a glimpse of the recap of Josh's recent exhibition at Vladimir, retracing the twenty past years the man has spent working on his own series of independent skate videos, the classic "Static", before you go!

"Look Left" / Joe Yates / PREMIERE

Just in time for the new Traffic Skateboards drop via Josh Stewart's great Theories Of Atlantis platform, comes this web premiere of Joe Yates' section in "Look Left", the latest Traffic full-length video offering by Josh himself. All of this, with a quick, five questions-styled interview with Joe to boot! Peep now, get inspired, and make sure to thank them later!

De Keyser alert!

OK, OK, short, and sweet! But what a great occasion to (re-)visit a classic

Blue Tile Lounge "Raccoon Alley"

You might have spotted that one in the tidal wave of content that has surfaced in the latest days, but missing out on that one would be a crime, as this Toronto skateshop produces another quality edit, well, a high caliber edit, actually! Seems like Quartersnacks was right about Canada taking over

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