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  1. Leo in L.A.

    Just a few days after the online release of his third edit for Free Travel, VX-1000 die-hard - who no longer needs an introduction as we've already featured him this many times - Chris Thiessen is announcing a new series of web clips of his, produced by TransWorld and dubbed "Left Tapes". The concept is the documentation of street skating around L.A., and this first episode brings in a sound and fury of quite the smooth type, actually, with a timeline shared between a cruising-as-usual Leo Valls, a powerful-as-usual Alex Schmidt and music that actually, well, works.

  2. Yes, sir!

    The WKND Team is back for our greatest happiness by offering, again, an incredible vidéo: Sir Palmer. And their filmer Grant Yansura who had already made the Stories video confirms here that he is there for something! It’s bubbling with creativity, as much in the realization as in skateboarding. In addition they even offer themselves a small detour to Paris that only makes the video better.
  3. Recycling

    I want to have as much imagination as these guys. When we think about it, it’s quite logic, you don’t have any spots to skate, so build one. But when we think like the WKND team, we quickly end up skating a television, then a drum kit, and finally everything we have on hand. Without even speaking about this crazy introduction, this is the perfect video to start well a new day.
  4. Like butter!

    Kiwis meet roastbeefs would be the least politically (and technically, even) correct possible, but oh-so-(anti-)gastronomic alternative title for this new amazing web clip from our Australian friends over at Buttergoods, who recently had a lot on their plate as they went to the UK and all they came back with was this not-lousy-whatsoever "Spoons": an impeccable edit of raw street skating bound to deliver enough weight to quench even the worst brick craving. Even the locals get to shine, the VX work is masterful and the editing flows super well, interestingly reminiscinent of another brand from Australia, the renowned Pass-Port. I guess you guys just might have good taste in general down under!

  5. New school

    Since we were discussing Crockett, here is one of his buddies, with a style and an approach of the whole thing quite similar… This Alex Schmidt's part comes from the independent video A-Street.
  6. American WKND

    From Alex Schmidt to Chritian Maalouf, we have discussed them here, and they are all at their best, here! Enjoy fully, despite the fact that the week-end is not here yet!
  7. light

    Light footed, he is! Alex Schmidt never seems to force anything, yet flies over all he attends to skate… Nice!
  8. Rythm!

    They have it in their blood, at Butter Goods, no doubt! Every single one of their edits is on point, just as the team… This one is in the same vein, with a Ben Gore killing it softly as usual, and a  Philly Santosuosso capable of transforming Barcelona in just a couple occurrences of his always on point pop!
  9. A brave new world…

    Where, in 2017, the skateboarding world dives even deeper into the 90's revival thing, by reaching the disputable territories of, well, Tribal House… But with the excellent Josh Roberts behind the lens, and the equally talented crew of Butter Goods in front of it, it works! Really. Really works. One will note a brilliant Ben Gore, here, as well as the arrival of the ever surprising Mike Arnold… Yep, this rules.

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