Jordan Taylor

Yes, sir!

The WKND Team is back for our greatest happiness by offering, again, an incredible vidéo: Sir Palmer. And their filmer Grant Yansura who had already made the Stories video confirms here that he is there for something! It’s bubbling with creativity, as much in the realization as in skateboarding. In addition they even offer themselves a small detour to Paris that only makes the video better.

Recycling

I want to have as much imagination as these guys. When we think about it, it’s quite logic, you don’t have any spots to skate, so build one. But when we think like the WKND team, we quickly end up skating a television, then a drum kit, and finally everything we have on hand. Without even speaking about this crazy introduction, this is the perfect video to start well a new day.

Symetry

At NB#, if the team is more than serious, one can also feel the desire to push the visual boundaries, and this new edit pushes a little further Russell Houghten's experimentations, once again, without reaching bad taste territory… One will also note a rather in the zone Brandon Westgate!

#tomknoxdammit

If there should only be one… Asselin, also, yeah, OK.

WKND-er

Even if his WKND stint is not supposed to be more than that, a stint, Eric Koston still digs skating with the team, his buddies, and that gives us the occasion to see the whole crew to go at it, on those Los Angeles spots that keeps on looking dreamy… If you do forget they are hours of drive from each others.

La formula!

Puerto Rico? The Brixton team? Filmed by Ryan Garshell? Where do we sign in!? From the dream destination to the crew of people that can only do good –at least, according to our standards– we couldn't really be deceived, and this should put a smile on your face for the whole week-end! A special mention to Dolan Stearns, but then again, that was expected…

TK4000

More Levi Brown footage than in the past two years, Trahan on top of his game, the proof that PJ Ladd has hit puberty (and beyond that!), but mainly another reason for why Tom Knox is turning into one of our favorite skateboarders!

#attack

Here is their first visual proposition of serious proportion, and let's say it does stand quite strong. Icing on the cake, it shows Arto and PJ back in the streets! On a side note, seeing Joe Pease –the multi talented buddy of John Rattray– involved gives high hopes of genuine gold coming their way, with his help. One can hope!

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