Will Blakley

Clubbing TV

Your favorite Canadians on the dance floor are back, popping and locking that raw raw street stuff, in their 100% acrílico uniform. Good trending, but just good good stuff we tell ya!


Dam, that Antosh dude just got it… Just as all his Canadian buddies do! The elders amongst us will recognize that one double-set to skate the wrong way, and feel good about that that. As for the younglings, they will just love this, and for a reason!

Apple blues

"Another New-York brand?" You're going to tell me… Sure, but it's not coming out of nowhere, as it is the new project of the guy behind the Lurknyc edits. And it is off to a good start, here, with a team you can only appreciate for its take of busy sidewalks. You already know Will Blakley, for the good reasons, and you will also meet Mark Poole that manages, here, to turn the flatland fake flip into a rather hazardous activity!


From the fit galore to the ironic, but not really, soundtrack, one could almost smile at the display of cool, but, end of the day, the skateboarding is simply undeniable! Looks like Canada is on its way to follow through with its domination of all trends in 2016!

Heat wave

Is the shove-in shove-out about to be the flip in flip out of the 2010's? Can the title of a video be more than one word anymore? Will Club Gear be the Canadian Palace? So many questions… The only answer you will get here will be two guys that you will not forget in the next five minutes… Heavy!


The Club Gear squad is back, and throw it down! Those Canadians have been on to something, lately, uh!?

Side 2

Some news from Vancouver, the proof that you can now do two back smith in a row in a line, and the discovery that Palace has forced fed house music into the collective psyche of skateboarders around the world… Could Carl Cox rise to a Black Sabbath status in Skateboarding Top 100!?


Calvin Millar is back, with a rather original format, allowing him to mix lifestyles shots and skating in a subtle, yet effective way… Then, the "on a trip" group energy is depicted in a great way.


Always cracking a joke, while keeping it in good taste when it comes to pick up riders, the Roger heads do it once again with a young buck that doesn't look like one. Add Max Taylor that you know already, and an edit making fun (a little) of the whole "90's rap" trend: can't go wrong!

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