Al Davis

Best-of N.J!

For the time he’s been filming in New Jersey, Andrew Petillo has seen many things in front of his camera. So he concocted us here a little compilation of the best things he could immortalize. On the menu something to satisfy everyone from Danny Renaud to Al Davis, and even Jake Johnson. Some clips are already out, others are unreleased so go for it! Wishing you a good viewing, with perhaps a touch of nostalgia for some.


Return to South Africa for the Converse crew, with notably one always polyvalent and classy Mike Anderson, but where a De Keyzer that just steals the show with a couple tricks including one improbable shifty flip manual… But, we won't spoil it for you!

Street Feet / Freedoom / Premiere

Alex Barron and Will Baigent, you know those two from various Street Feet we have shared with you for the past couple years. As for Al Davis, well, he does need any introduction, does he!? Those three complement each other perfectly in their style(s), while using a terrain perfectly fitting the actual idea of "street feet". Oh, and no one would complain about a Suciu featuring… What about the full-length, now?

Cat Power

The Habitat saga continues, with a new distribution –or so it seems– but mainly by keeping on keepin' on pushing the skaters we want to see… Perfect example, here, with Dela, Davis and Suciu. And Mark, in two lines, keeps us daydreaming about Away Days, and what he might have under his belt for it.

Lost in GX-lation!

So, if you are not aware yet, it means you've been in a 24 hours coma of sorts, but this new GX1000 episode is one of the best since its inception, and not only for its Richard Hart featuting! Let's also note the greatest capture of flatland 360 flip in a long, long time!

Musique de nuit

Sure the casting is pretty much perfect to scavenge the streets of any metropolis once the sun is gone, from Al Davis to Aaron Herrington, but, in the end, we will remember two things: how Ben Kadow tried to pulverize a curb by applying a frontside slappy to it, and mainly, mainly the sound of that very last Zered Basset line. Well, that and Kim fuckin' Gordon

Push Periodical / 5 W's!

Richard Hart is the brain and eye behind a new skateboard print thing, called Push Periodical, and we thought this was forth some questions!


We knew it, Silas Baxter-Neal is a quasi local in Japan… Therefore, he knew who to put in his luggage to have the best time in the Country of the Rising Sun. And, he was right!

Who's who!

We have already mentioned Local Express a couple times but, here, you are in for a treat! The casting is about perfect, and in raw mode for a quarter of hour, you have time to really enjoy everybody's style, without even counting all the rough yet so eye pleasing spots to be seen here.


You know the Street Feet heads, and our Canadian friends are back with a full length at the horizon, announced by this trailer mixing the usual suspects and some quality guests! Prepare for a solid dose of the street the way you like it, cooked and flavored through varied yet complementary techniques…


Hard to fake it on those types of inclines… There you stand in front of absolute board control.


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