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  1. 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!

  2. P.A’s tip : "Homies Network"

    So yes! They are not skateboarders with an irreproachable style. Yes, they are not the greatest technicians that skateboarding has ever known. But is it really necessary to be the best when you have so much fun while being on a board, just riding, succeeding or even missing tricks? Everyone sees things and enjoys the sport in his own way, all we can say about "Homies Network" is that they all found what makes them happy in this discipline. Beyond that they are all very good skaters full of passion that brings a real breath of fresh air on the current skateboard scene. Here, there is no good or bad trick, just something you want to do at a certain moment because it can be funny, and that's it! That's how we end up doing noseslide to pop out tailgrab or good big ollies barefoot. When you don’t care about much, the only limit is surely your imagination.

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