Max Palmer

Moscow Drift

The Atlantic Drift saga now lives onto its tenth chapter with this new installment in which Moscow turns out to be the playing fields. The featured skateboarders make for quite the all-star roster as the project's timeline is shared by the resourceful, varied likes of Chris Jones, Max Palmer, Nick Jensen or Nik Stain; although, the true M.V.P. here has to be the seemingly invincible Tom Knox whose skating really proves to display a savant reading of the urban architecture, absurdly well-refined technical sorcery even in environments so unpractical they become straight up hostile, and finesse as the capital cherry atop of the cake.

Behind the lens and in the editing room: again Jacob Harris, one of the most important skate videographers of the last decade ("Eleventh Hour", "Vase"). What can go wrong?

Merci!

This is the video we all needed. We will not dwell too much on the incredible cast that is proposed here, because it’s rather normal when we have the Nike Sb team at hand. On the other hand, we must note that there are some faces that we are not used to see and it's really cool. Beyond that, it's probably one of the best videos we've seen this year (and not only because Live co-organized the Paris premiere), almost everyone must have a favorite skater that appeared here. We go from Great-Britain to the United-States with two different ways to practice, to approach spots but always with an energy more than overflowing. There is also a particularly violent Casper Brooker almost reminding us the Hockey videos. It's also a great opportunity to remember how incredible Daan Van Der Linden is and that he does not skates for Antihero for nothing! But above all, here is finally a real part for Caleb Barnett, something that is expected at least since the “Hockey III”! At filming, Jacob Harris and Ant Travis shared the task and really worked to make something irreproachable. In short, an effective video and well executed in every way, thank you!

Another skate clip?

When I grow up, I wanna skate like Nik Stain! How about you? Him, or Vincent Touzery…

Crusties

Well, rather clean ones, really, especially when it comes to tricks! Even on the crustiest spots… With a special mention to Cyrus Bennett manuals!

B side

A nice compilation of second angles, "outtakes" and other never seen before footie from some of the most interesting projects filmed recently in NYC make for a great showcase of what's happening in the Big Apple nowadays. Also includes Vincent Touzery!

Hjalte alert!

At Frog, they love Hjalte so much they just gave him a guest board… But, we love Hjalte too, and you love Hjalte too, don't you!?  The main difference is they get to skate all around NYC with him, which transcribes in endless smiles and beautiful lines…

Cyrus Alert!

Now, hold on your crew socks! Cyrus Bennett drops a real part only a couple weeks after the 917 full-length, and, well, we are far, far away from any sort of throw-away, here… Pop, style, speed, spots, he's got it all wired, including the mach ten lines: just perfect!

Shine On You Crazy Diamond

With "Loose Trucks Max" as a nickname many moons before making a last name for himself, we've been following Mister Palmer, and as years went by, one fact has just been confirmed: the longing desire to be Max Palmer when one grows up, or at least skate like him!

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Sup!??

The ever explosive Cyrus, Roman in full finesse, a Max Palmer at his best, pretty much every New-Yorker you dig and a Touzery for the grand finale… Wait, you haven't cicked, yet!?

A brave new world

When Carhartt WIP is going to cross the Atlantic to recruit some new work force, you bet they are going to pick them right… And this trip to Seoul, in between Old Town, and the Future as announced today showcases it perfectly.

Summer days…

John Wilson's usual suspects are back, with the right amount of summer vibe to get you in the mood… The days are barely starting, so take notes! Actually, beware: you can skip the whole hacky sack thing, trust us…

Loosy truckin'

Max Palmer is now a local in a part of your brain, notably through the John Wilson edits, and this compilation of his always standing out featurings in there points out his spontaneous style, evidently, but also way more precision than one would expect. The very loose trucks making the difference… The question now being the recent shaving of his mane: could he, like Samson, loose his power!?

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