Jesus Fernandez

Double hit

We knew Sarmiento would not deceive: he is on the untouchable side, and somehow untouched by the years… And no worries about the spanish technician , but the –really good– surprise comes from Mister Pettersson, that pretty much steals the show here. His name has been cited for years as one of the most interesting Barcelona locals, and the part finally does him justice. Hell, he even finds a new angle at Parallel!

Enrique, still here!

Enique Lorenzo, we might forget sometimes, is one of the finest specimen of that Spanish generation, tech but dealing with all terrain, that gave so much to the world of skateboarding, from the Fernandez brothers to Dany Lebron. And he, like the others, doesn't seem to slow down, either. Proof that finesse might age better than stunting, well, in most cases.

A taste of the 90’s

Josh Kalis has pontificated over this many times: Spain is one of the very few places in the world where skaters still have plazas that, accidentally, happen to be great spots, where you can spend all day skating, drinking beers, smoking joints and skating some more… For better, and sometimes worse, this type of skating used to be the norm, dictated by San Francisco’s EMB. It was the 90’s… Or it is now, but all over Spain.


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