"Chomp" remains one of the all-time great vids to mix up sheer fun and dork tricks with gnarly, hardcore skating. Trevor Colden introduces a classic part from 2002.
Here's a board getting focused in a bizarre way, the Bennett grind gets a new name, Dolan Stearns has mad snap, Jesus films a part, and Gary gets a surprise from a pig.
Spain has it's own rad energy and this edit captures the local flavor, buttery spots, and friendly locals. A heavy squad doesn't hurt: Chris Haslam, Taylor Bingaman, Sierra Fellers, Jesus Fernandez, and many others.
In a surprise move, this homie tour vid finale contains an absolutely ripping full part from Manderson. He skates a ton of different terrain here. Nice work, Mike.
This is a kick-ass re-interpretation of an already-amazing part with a song that keeps perfectly building to the edit. There's new angles and outtakes as well. Jim's legacy speaks for itself.
Kilian Zhender and Fernando Bramsmark rip the park and then JP the Tech Titan demonstrates his insane precision flick, including an ender that makes the whole crew go wild.
Manderson and friends skate the incredible, otherworldly Big Sky, Montana. Plus, you have to see the ditch these guys skate at the end. What a blast.
Outtakes, slams, insane makes, swerving citizen heroes: here's reckless youth and natural talent blending together for another Shep Dawgs part. This guy is so good.
Gary addresses the new Jaws part in Happy Medium 3, Mike Mo's board control, P-Rod's new Primitive Skateboards, and he finds a conspiracy within Walker Ryan's footage in China.
One of the big surprises last year was how Jim blew away most people's already-high expectations with his Deathwish part. A sick re-mix drops this Thursday.
The Back Forty Bros hit the beach for a battle of epic proportions. Rivals crews duke it out on boards while the affections of some bodacious babes hang in the balance!
No elaborate premise here, it's simple: Mike Anderson and friends hopped into a van and logged a ton of clips. This includes some great Drehobl footage.
The '90s put a lot of vert dudes out of business, but Stevie Caballero hit the streets and stayed relevant. Here's a highlight reel of Cab's pavement days. Legends skate everything.
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