There is so much content out there that it becomes harder and harder to even get to the good things. Austyn Gillette’s part for his co-owned brand Former is definitely a good thing, to say the least. We would even go so far and say that this might be his best part to date! 10/10
It is hard to understate how involved we were in the making of this video, all our staff has tricks except Danny Sommerfeld who was hurt. Some of this video was even filmed on Place trips, a lot was documented on other trips but all of it was shot during Leon Rudolph’s holiday.
The end reslut makes you wonder what he could do if he filmed full time.
The HUF team took a trip to Portland, Oregon. “45° North, 122° West” features Dan Plunkett, Peter Ramondetta, Tyler Bledsoe, Josh Matthews, Joey Pepper, Jake Anderson, special guest Pat Moran, as well as Portland local, Silas Baxter-Neal.
The DirtBagCrew went on a trip to Japan. Check out HUF team riders Josh Matthews, Brad Cromer, Matt Gottwig, Dick Rizzo, Jake Anderson and as it seems, a fully recovered Austyn Gillette, shred through Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo. Also featuring special guest Shin Sanbongi.
PACCBET’s latest addition is Sasha Groshevoy from Kiev, Ukraine. If you follow our website frequently you have already noticed, that we are big fans of the skateboard scene in east Europe & Russia. S/O to Tolia Titaev for sending this in.
Jacob Elliott Harris has two must-see skate videos under his belt and it is no secret that he himself is a talented skater. Last year at the Berlin open he placed higher than the Isle team he was filming with, we wonder how it makes the team feel when they know that he could do the line that they are trying to film with him.
If you have been paying attention you might have noticed that HUF just opened a new store in NYC and in honour of that store the team went out and got some really nice footage. On top of that Austyn’s Transworld cover trick is featured in this edit.
Dan Wolfe just did skateboarding a huge favor, he uploaded all of the parts in EE3 (1996) in 60p. Back in the day this video put a spotlight on the east coast and changed the way people skated. Eastern Exposure might even be the reason why Bill Strobeck edited big chunks of Cherry in black and white. And to this day EE3 is a classic with some truly great skating in it.