Armand Vaucher

The one and only Terrasse

The Cinquième Terrasse is one of the busiest and most active crews in Paris, even if we had not heard enough news lately. That's a smashing comeback with "TONY G" seven minutes of great skateboarding that goes way too fast for my taste. This video shows well that we are coming to a time when making the unique is worth as much, if not more, than doing the perfect. To skate a city in its own way is like showing the peculiarities that we perceive there and to highlight what we like in it. Paris under the gaze of the Cinquième Terrasse is really unique. They give off a crazy energy that is really personal to them. And when it comes to style, if Christian Hosoi validates it, you can imagine that it's not for nothing.

Paris under waves

Raw skateboarding, raw and without any restraint. Knowing how to approach the Parisian spots now so famous in a different way. Have the willpower to stay on the board, overcome with a good resistance to pain. We find all this here and I'm not sure that it takes so much more to make a good video. Not even mentioning the fact that a little early grab here and there, it never hurts, especially as engaged as they are here.

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!

Giddy #5

A new episode of Romain Batard's Parisian adventures, only this time fewer skaters are featured. Oh, and what could end up the early grab of the year 2017!

Churb life!

With many a rarely seen Bordeaux spot, some perfect Romain Batard action: great skating, good laughs, good good stuff!

Under the paving…

French artist Raphael Zarka and the Carhartt team explore together options and limitations (or not) space has to offer, through a series of his sculptures… A conversation where each feeds from one another, to go through the labyrinth of possibilities…

TRACTION / PREMIERE

This new Yves Marchon production, renown skater and filmer from Switzerland, is the fruit of his recent stay in Nantes, and his befriending of three locals, Armand Vaucher, Hugo Brillet and Axel Thomas. He had to get his camera (the old one!) out the bag, and here lays the result shot in between Nantes and Bordeaux. And, no vintage hip-hop here to complement the VX, but a rather original soundtrack. Add a new and motivated generation, and a local hero under the name of Fradin, and you get an edit that stands out from what you can watch around, these days. Another LIVE exclusive, for the day!

Charles' Tip: Hugo Maillard!

"Finally a glimpse of my favorite french skater!" A bit more than that, actually, and he is in great form, Hugo, here! If you are not familiar with the man-kid, head over there!

Going West!

The French Converse team decides to take less traveled roads, and surprise, surprise, comes back with spots we've never seen before!

Armand

Oops, we had missed that part from young Nantes representative, for his local shop, Click, and that would have been a shame, as he shows quite some potential here!

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