Cairo Foster


When Dan Wolfe himself uploads "CLOSURE", the legendary full-length video recap of his filmmaking career - between 1993 and 2003, precisely - with the best clips he ever filmed for classic releases such as "EASTERN EXPOSURE" and "REAL TO REEL" paired up with a lot of never-before-seen footage, with a healthy dose of S.F. in the mix as well, in the original quality and even clickable chapters, every man's quarantine is bound to suddenly get a lot smoother!

We'll also take the opportunity to link to the man's interview by Eric Swisher of Chrome Ball Incident, from the yesteryear. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger, and doses of culture can only be beneficial to one's immune system!

Curtains for Cairo

After over twelve years of Foster care, Enjoi just announced the retirement of Cairo Foster from the pro ranks, thereby making the end of a twenty-five-year career. The company accompanied said announcement with this retrospective edit spanning over the best of two decades. The mix of eras and video formats makes for some kind of audiovisual dance all over time constantly switching back and forth, and highlights how the man never ever faulted in terms of good taste, nollie hardflips included (a commendable feat). Cairo always was a pure skateboarder with natural style that just radiates fun, so this compilation comes as a treat, a positive offering that's everything you should remember about this whole thing really as you can bet Cairo will spend his retirement days keeping exploring the streets of S.F. and Portland as opposed to haunting the local bingo's on Sundays.

Oldies but goldies

A great look-back, with footage from the years 00's in San Francisco, and not just any, with a great triumvirate of those times, IE young Kenny Reed and Cairo Foster about to get their name out, and a Satva Leung already established as the tech and stylish Toy Machine am. So, yep, lines that would still be relevant on the local hills, and a Hubba Hide-Out sesh that should put a few things in perspective.

best & worst: Cairo Foster

A new feature, to poke the brain of our favorite skateboarders, and learn a bit more about them? Starting with Cairo seemed like a good idea!

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