Ready for some smooth, Euro ledge wizard insanity? Then you came to the right place, because Wieger Van Wageningen is dishing out plenty of it (including one of the longest back tails we've ever seen) in his latest Nike SB showcase. Grab the wax and check it out.
Following Geoff Rowley's departure from Flip and Nyjah Huston's disappearance from the web portals of both Asphalt Yacht Club and DC Shoes last week, we got to thinking: What are the most jaw-dropping, mind-blowing sponsor switches in skateboarding history? After much diligence and deliberation, we came up with the 5 earth shakers found below, all of which—in their own way—changed skateboarding forever. Needless to say, General Hospital has nothing on this drama.
Well people, it looks like we made it. October 21st, 2015, the day Marty McFly arrived in a tinfoil jumpsuit-clad future in Robert Zemeckis’s campy blockbuster sequel, Back to the Future II. To celebrate that achievement—as well as what has since been branded “Back To The Future Day” by merch-shilling retail outlets across the globe—we gather here today to do just what Marty did back in ’85: Get a sneak peak at what our world might look like in three decade’s time. So join us as we fire up the flux capacitor and take a leap into the future of action sports. What we found might just surprise you.
We've already served up the debut trailer for Nike SB's upcoming Chronicles, Vol. 3, but in case that wasn't enough, the skate mega-brand just dropped another tantalizing taste of destruction to come. Check it out and then go skate.
Raw footage is good and but raw footage with a pro skater telling the stories behind the tricks is another thing altogether. Tune in and listen as Ishod Wair provides the backing track to his absolutely incredible Chronicles Vol. 2 part. Pay close enough attention and you might even a thing or two about skating kink rails.
Featuring Karsten Kleppan, Omar Salazar, Lance Mountain, Brian Anderson, Eric Koston, Kevin Bradley, Trevor Colden, and Cory Kennedy, Nike SB Chronicles, Vol. 3—the final installment in Nike's Chronicles series—is poised to be the heaviest skate video of 2015 and this new trailer shows why. Now let's all cross our fingers, hold our breath, and pray for a full Koston part. He has to have one left in the tank...right?
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