Keenan Milton

Oldies but goldies!

A little look back, to the blessed (?) era of the Year 2000, when pants were baggier and with horrible cuts, and the shoes… Ah, the shoes… But let's stay focused on what matters: a time when Girl and Chocolate were at the top of the food chain, and for one reason –and the best of all– a team unduplicable (if that's even a word) for its talent pool of course, but also its styles. And, no, that post is not addressing only to those of us that are trying to hide a burgeoning belly under a hat from the latest drop. No, and this is the true beauty of skateboarding: it can be timeless, like a flatland switch pop shove-it by Stevie Williams. Yes, you read right. Why don't you check for yourself? You could get inspired…

Back in the days…

It''s Sunday, let's take our time, and here the time to look back at a times where things were simpler… Then again, if you truly analyze Mike Carroll or Gabriel Rodriguez skating, you will spot nothing "easy". One can also just sit down and enjoy the vast array of flows displayed here!

20 years of Chocolate

Now that makes for a lot of footage to remix for Manolo, but he isn't the one to rush it, is he? Some amazing work, and a great display of class, whatever the era we speak about!

Summer school (course 2)

Now this is what gets called a "must see" in media, but this time for obvious reasons: this compilation by Manolo of twenty years of Girl skateboards is a thing of beauty! And, without falling into nostalgia at all, let's invite the younger readers to study the first years of the brand and of the edit, most specifically two interesting cases: Keenan Milton, off course, but also Gabriel Rodriguez. Each of their trick is perfectly executed, but most and before all, completely ahead of its time, while being absolutely stylish. Maybe a lesson to ponder?

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