New Balance Numeric has quietly built one of raddest skate teams in the industry, pairing sick skating from the likes of Arto Saari, Jordan Trahan, and Jack Curtin, with a truly innovative approach to cinematography. Just check out their latest, tracking shot-style edit, 'Sunland', which captures the whole team skating the same school on the same afternoon, and you'll see what we mean. And if not, at least you'll get some PJ Ladd footy out of the deal.
We all know what to expect from Jaws by now (hint: Cartilage-obliterating drops and aircraft-interfering launches) and although this 10-minute slab of raw footage from Dekline's True Blue won't do much to change that, it's still a hell of a lot of fun to watch. Grab your parachute and check it out.
Project Touge follows the Slide Motorsports team during a difficult day at Lydden Hill for the first round of the 2015 British Drift Championship. Matt Stevenson, Adam Simmons, and their team go head-to-head with car troubles and an early crash, battling to stay with the pack. Check in with Project Touge for Round 2 and more with Slide Motorsport.
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This motorcross haven in New Zealand is known as "Heaven On Earth" for a good reason: It's stunning and the perfect playground for all things MX. Just ask Ben Townley, who headed back to his homeland for a sick session at this one-of-a-kind compound. If this doesn't make you feel things, then it's probably time to see a doctor.
So it's summer and you're sitting by the lake. You've got beer, babes, and BBQ. Life is good. You've got everything you could need on this earth...that is until some bro who used to beat you up in high school goes ripping by on a jet-powered wakeboard, leaving your hopes floundering in its wake. This might sound like the plot to Back to the Future 4, but it's not. It's reality, and if you don't check out this preview of Radinn's new Wakejet Cruise, it could very well be your's. (On an unrelated note, if you're looking for someone to write your marketing copy, Radinn, I'm around.)
Southern California pro surfer Ian Crane got wayyy out of his comfort zone for this trip with ...Lost Surfboards. The Great Lakes have a crew of dedicated surfers that deal with awful conditions for the rewards of a few freshwater lines.
Crane found out first-hand just how much they deal with, but definitely reaped a few rewards himself. And the great thing about Lake surfing? No sharks and no salt. But the one downside? Giardia.
Batman: Arkham Knight, the final chapter in the Bat's acclaimed 'Arkham' video game franchise, arrives next month, and the hype machine is already at full boil. Needless to say, it's going to be pretty, gritty, and awesome, but this new live action trailer helps to shed some light on one the game's most important elements: Who you will be fighting. If you're one of the people as interested in the villains as the heroes, then make sure to give it a watch.
Like Daft Punk? Have $300 burning a hole in your pocket? Well, then we have just what you need: The $280, limited edition "Da Funk" cruiser deck, which is now beaming straight from some Parisian penthouse to your crusty sidewalk in Omaha. If you're looking to embrace your inner Francophone this summer skate season but don't feel like buying a Cliche, eating half a cellar's worth of brie, or looping Lucas Puig Vines until your eyeballs fall out of your face, then this bad boy is for you.
With the dust finally settled from Red Bull's first annual Hart Lines throwdown in Detroit, it's now time to take a look back at the gnarliest slams and biggest bangers from the contest that was. Featuring the likes of Leo Romero, Felipe Gustavo, Torey Pudwill, and Ryan Sheckler, this one is a must watch whether for bails and bolts fans alike, so make sure to check it out.