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  1. Val Bauer "En Transit"

    From his recent integration to Paccbet, a board brand located quite East of his native city of Lille, to a quasi super-activity of his Öctagon buddies and a solid take on street skating while never shying away from a little quirky take on it, we always have Val in our sights but for the good reasons. All his recent activity gives us the occasion of helping you find out a little more about this fine young man, via a new LIVE production, signed by Blake Myers, with a custom soundtrack done by Thom Pringle. The video drops with an "En Transit" zine that will be available in a selection of French skateshops. A project supported by Vans.

  2. Giddy 11

    Romain Batard, the French skate filmmaker LIVE really shouldn't have to introduce to you by now just on the basis of his longevity in the field, is back today with the eleventh chapter in his series-turned-saga "GIDDY" - and pretty clearly the most ambitious one that is, also including contributions from some equally prestigious video fiends, for a timeline just short of twenty minutes in total - but rest assured you won't catch a break!

    On the menu: stunts from the usual suspects - Edouard DepazValentin BauerJoseph BiaisLilian FevMarc-A BarbierRemy Taveira - but also many others (including Max Palmer, Sylvain Tognelli, Mika Germond, Dustin Dollin... Quite the universal roster!), immortalized on Parisian spots aplenty - some classic ones and some more rare nugs, all approached with a sweet creative twist. Out of many examples, one of Soy's many fountains gets reinvented (and that's despite the mysterious disappearance of the corresponding Instagram account), but really it's the whole landscape of the French capital that gets dripped into new colors here, from the most famous plazas to the most unknown street corners possible (e.g.. le Dôme's three-flat-three, or the benches at République)... All in great fun as well, just bathing in the rhythm of the daily sessions.

    Chic, chic, chic!

    And as a complementary bonus, we are happy to share with y'all this photo gallery, by Max Verret!

  3. Meeting… Val Bauer!

    Taking a logical next step, we present you here Val's lengthy version of his "En Transit" interview…

  4. PREMIERE / Zeropolis "LOCAL"

    Zeropolis skateshop has been persisting in Lille, Northern France, for over twenty years now.

    Lille is one of those places where the local, both meteorological and architectural conditions essentially require a certain degree of passion in anyone there trying to take up skateboarding, in such a landscape of wet bricks (formerly the regional norm before the edification of skateparks such as Halle de Glisse: one of Europe's first modern "street parks", the avant-garde construction of which was tackled as early as 2005, just as every European skater and their neighbor were getting sick of prefab ramps).

    The motivation we're talking seems unwilling to discriminate against specific generations, judging from the impression resulting from this new (Zeropolis) video production: "Local" is a twenty-one-minute audiovisual collage in mostly high definition, carefully crafted by Thomas Larive.

  5. Jean genio

    Or where a wet and wintery Napoli doesn't seem to stop the European Levi's crew from shredding it all!
  6. 5T

    The Cinquième Terrasse crew hits again! The Franco-Swiss gang returns with anew video called Samou. Always so much energy and good mood, and their skate is still so pleasant to watch. it’s not to say, it’s beautiful youth.
  7. Jeunes de maintenant

    If you ever wonder what might be happening these days in Paris, young Augustin Giovannoni should be your best bet… Proof here, in moving images, with a nice little postcard resulting from his recent adventures. And, if you want to know more, from now on, you will be able to follow the #liveSBreport!
  8. Over-caffeinated

    The Vans French team collaborated with Solo Skateboard Magazine to do some tourism in Tunisia. If that's not good news, I don’t know what it takes! The finished product is a video that breathes enthusiasm and madness a bit when it comes to very, but very committed 50-50 grinds. Obviously, Quentin Boillon has not lost this unique style that we can’t get tired of. And inevitably, when Mickaël Germond is also in the area it can quickly become explosive, remember "Entre deux".

  9. 8 ball!

    We barely had time to recover from the seventh episode, that Romain Batard dazzles us with an eighth Giddy. And this time the cast that travels through the streets of Paris is even bigger than as usual. We even have the right to a little touch of romanticism that makes everything so harmonious. Add a rather serious featuring by Steve Malet!

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