Günes Özdogan

Blobys alert!

"Quoi de neuf à Paris?" Well, a lot of stuff, but most importantly, the Blobys are back! We can see that lately the beautiful French capital has been returned from top to bottom, and not only by locals. Filmed and edited by Hadrien Buhannic, this video brings together an amazing list amazing of skaters. Almost all the Parisian scene is present and the youth is particularly well represented with among others Auguste Bouznad who shone lately in the Mômes videos or Amiel Kornicki. In terms of foreign connections there are obviously as usual Heitor Da Silva and Gunes Özdogan, but what a pleasure to see Filip Almqvist and his fluid style again since the Das Days. If not, is it necessary to remember how well Karl Salah, Roman Gonzales and the rest of the crew master the discipline? Nothing to say, nine minutes of pure happiness, of pure skating in Paris.

Turkish vibes

After Normandy, Istanbul for the magenta team, a great opportunity to admire the skills of Günes Özdogan, and the crazy skateboarding of the unstoppable Glenn Fox. It's amazing how this city is full of beautiful spots in both practice and aesthetics. So here is MAGENTURK (nice pun!) Just for you, six good minutes of beautiful images of their skate we know and love.

Günes For The City

FTC Barcelona is treating us with some new fresh Günes Özdogan by the means of this clip filmed by Marcos Lozano and edited by Chris Mulhern. Günes is portrayed remaining true to himself: lively, technical, precise - all the while marking every Barcelona ledge, forever.

Good vibes

Spend the whole day on a spot, without necessarily skating, know the story behind the few graphs on the spot, maybe film some tricks and take the opportunity to immortalize what’s going on around. “Being part of that shit”, as states Josh Kalis. Marcos Lozano Cantillo makes us discover this late 90’s vibe, still alive nowadays in the heart of Barcelona, at the spot of Sants.

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Explosive!

In all honesty, the team montage intro is a bit of a slow burner, but Diego Najera is quick to put things up to speed in a couple lines made of impossible tricks for your regular pro pieced together… Yep, he's not messing around.

Brothers from different time zones

Lines, guys, lines! The Jet Lag Brothers sure know how to put them together!

Mare Nostrum

Let's head out South with the Magenta heads! And what a more suiting destination for the crew (here in full effect!) than Marseille? A gold mine of non-spots located hillside for the most part that once were neglected even by the locals and are now way more acceptable and therefore in use… Off course, Ben Gore would feel right at home, no matter how steep the incline might get, but Masaki Ui also get his fare share of adrenalin in this one… Second part of the trip is the more beaten path of Valencia, but from the all too smooth pop of Jimmy Lannon to the Günes özdogan featuring, you are in for many surprises. Yes, this is some great, great Magenta offering, all thanks to Josh Roberts talents, also!

Mid-City Merge

They here, all here, more or less, including a couple of the new heads, and all go hard in L.A. but in the end, the best part is seeing Busenitz and Lucas battle the same manual spots! Perfect.

Meantime, in London…

With such a casting, in one of the most photogenic city when it comes to skating, one was expecting something amazing… But, dammit!

Heat wave…

Lucas Puig had invited his colleagues to chill by the pool, while waiting to be able to skate again, but they just couldn't restrain themselves from sweating it out in the Toulouse streets… Who could blame them?

Hype away!

Or when the "World Team" is head to head with the "U.S. team"… And the question on everybody's mind: how in hell are they going to sit so much good skating into one video!?

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