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  1. P.A.'s tip : Frog Skateboards!

    In case you haven't been following, the Frog Skateboards guys just came back from a trip to Las Vegas and dropped the video of the many demonstrations of technical prowess that punctuated the journey. And it's looking crazy as usual, from the tricks to the soundtrack to the editing - all their trademark ingredients are present, and what's not to love!

  2. Cuisses de Frog!

    If we are still uncertain of how much of a brand Frog might do, one for thing for sure is that it is the kind of crew that knows how to have fun on a board… So, imagine them on vacation in Paris!
  3. Homies bigger network

    When you want quality street skateboarding with a good smell of concrete and cement, obviously the easiest way is to turn to New York. Between Hotel Blue, Gang corp or Frog there is plenty to do. After the rather remarkable "Homies Network" of Kei Tsuruta, it’s Diego Donival who offers us a magnificent full-lenght of the same ilk "Potluck". This one brings together by its casting a large part of the atmospheres and scenes that we can find in New York with for example an appearance of Brandon James among a whole bunch of skaters of another kind like Kyota Umeki and Yaje Popson. As always when dealing with these people, the tricks are good (not necessarily neat, but sometimes it’s better) the atmosphere is very pleasant and it’s good to see so much diversity and originality. In short, skateboarders meet, videos are made, and the network is getting bigger!

  4. Post Bronze?

    One could discuss the post-post-sea-punk esthetics of Frog, but those two skate enough to have you concentrate of that fact more. Including the return of the no pop shove-it!
  5. Hjalte alert!

    At Frog, they love Hjalte so much they just gave him a guest board… But, we love Hjalte too, and you love Hjalte too, don't you!?  The main difference is they get to skate all around NYC with him, which transcribes in endless smiles and beautiful lines…
  6. Fashionable frogs!

    Even after these few years following them, it's still hard to figure out what they do (skateboarding, I think). But whatever it is, I fail to see who does it better! Every time Chris Milic's frog gang pops up, we can expect to be pleased with an impressive collection of tricks, mostly on two wheels. Not to mention the fact that we may hold the slappy of the year here. In any case, as for fashion week, we hope many new editions will happen soon.
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