Tag: nyc

The “Hit Video” also known as the Max Palmer video out of NYC delivers the right amount of Max Palmer footage combined with others like Nik Stain, Cyrus Bennett, Andrew Wilson and many many more. Spoiler alert: Max is skating the Canal Fountain spot.

Slowly we will get to see more and more tour clips again, since this horrible pandemic has started and while it was good to see all the pros skating their home turf we also missed seeing them skating different spots and surroundings.

Featuring Kevin “Spanky” Long, Zach Allen, Donta Hill, Curren Caples and Mark Suciu.

A lovely piece of video by Naquan Rollings who shows his friends, the city, the civil unrest and more in this pretty political film set in New York during a worldwide pandemic.

A must watch, even if you don’t care about nothing other than good music.

A heavy one. You think they had a deal with AirBNB?

Feat.: Alec Majerus, Louie Lopez, Milton Martinez, Jackson Pilz, Simon Bannerot, Collin Provost and Jhanca Gonzalez.

It has been a while since we have seen Shawn skate but this is actually quite nice and the collab with Fila and Majestic is cool as well. Pop shove-it 5-0 fs shove-it is a highlight for us but you can find your own, there is something for everyone.

You have seen the full video, you have read the interviews now it is time for the stuff that did not make it into the full length. Enjoy (the b-sides are always the best anyway)!

 

photo by Colin Sussingham

Everybody knows Bill films for both his and Supreme’s Instagram, his music selection immaculate like that first Ghostface Killah album.

Before people took his videos and made the strobeckouttakes series on youtube happen. It seems though that from now on we don’t need that because Mr. Strobeck remixed his own Tyshawn Jones footage.

When your favorite filmer films your favorite skaters. Well, in that case, it has to be written in past tense because this was filmed before 2010. Alex Olson in Lakai’s, Jake Johnson skating an AWS Board and Janoski in Janoskis, ha. Some things never change. Go, watch the video it is amazing:

Sage is one of our favorites not only because of his skating, his vibe is what really sets him apart from all others. This video part really combines those aspects without even saying a word or hard selling the shoes (That looks great btw). Anyway watch this part, put on Illmatic afterwards and book a spring flight to NYC.

Read our interview from issue 54 here.

Here we have an episode of “Eat Like a Local” with 5 Boro professional skateboarder Jordan Trahan. For a day Jordan is showing us around his favorite haunts in the Lower East Side. There is also a little skating here and there: