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.
In the pantheon of hot-ticket ams, Canadian ripper Bobby de Keyzer—who does his stuff for Habitat and DC—is at or near the top. If you're not backing that, then turn off that Canucks game, take a big swig of that maple syrup, and check this out. Something tells me you'll come around in no time.
When Jason Park first exploded onto the skate scene, no one was sure whether or not he was a parlor trick or the real deal. Thankfully for skateboarding, however, Jason turned out to be the latter, churning out a steady stream of footage over the next few years while earning more than one or two Daewon Song comparisons in the process. If that seems like high praise, that's because it is, but trust us: Jason's new Sometimes Skateboards part backs it up. Check it out and prepare to have your mind blown once again.
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.
When it comes to the ridiculous levels of pop in modern skateboarding, there is one name that simply doesn't get mentioned enough: Gilbert Crockett. Don't believe it? Then check out the Richmond ripper's brand new (and raw-as-f*ck) "Salt Life" part, which finds him snapping up, onto, and over a variety crusty East Coast terrain. If this isn't your favorite skate part of the month, then go get your eyes checked.
Black and white. Crusty NYC spots. Straight-up hip hop. Yep, the trailer for 5Boro's latest video, 5BNY, is as East Coast as it gets. Check it out and keep your eyes peeled for the full length, which is set to premier next month.
Fakie tre flip to fakie manual the infamous LBC Courthouse stage? Congratulations Kelly Hart, you just won skater of the month. Next time you're in NYC, the beers are on us.
Element has always been a great scouter of overseas skate talent and from the looks of things, New Zealand ripper, Christian Low, is the next dude up to the plate. Check out his brand new part—which calls to mind former and current E-brand rippers like Madars Apse, Nassim Guammaz, and Karsten Kleppan—then call out of work and go skate.