May cannot come fast enough, this should be amazing.
NIKE SB AND LOST ART CELEBRATE THE OLD AND THE NEW OF LIVERPOOL CITY WITH A COLLABORATION THAT GIVES THE CLASSIC BRUIN AND CONTEMPORARY BA SILHOUETTES A FRESH LOOK.
Drawing inspiration from the famous Docklands and the now defunct Liverpool Overhead Railway (LOR) that runs along their length, the two footwear models draw on a rich heritage of diversity and culture that reflects the changing shape of this modern day city.
Representing the old, the no nonsense Nike SB x Lost Art Bruin takes colour and material cues from the original uniforms worn by LOR guards, with black pigskin uppers supporting two woollen swooshes.
The modern day technical Nike SB x Lost Art BA takes on board a colourway that comes straight from the urban and natural landscape that surrounds the LOR and Docklands; the water, brickwork and concrete that have been the lifeblood of the city.
The Nike SB x Lost Art collection represents the generations of skaters that remain united in a city of constant flux, skaters that have been able to seek out a hidden and raw side of Liverpool that sidesteps it’s numerous clichés to embrace it’s strong history and identity.
The Nike SB x Lost Art footwear range launches exclusively through Lost Art Skate Shop and online at lostartshop.co.uk on 14th March 2015 and globally through Nike.com and core skate retailers from 21st March 2015.
Cliché Skateboards are proud to present their new full length video 'Gypsy Life', premiering at House of Vans London on Friday the 20th of March.
Featuring full parts and the 4th Cliché Gypsy tour - no hotels, 15 euros a day, a true skate road trip across Europe, skate where you want, sleep where you can - Adul Skoorc defined it “A skateboard trip plus way more. A sideways adventure to pillage spots, live in tents, bbq and party with the bro’s. Enter the simpler times”.
Lucas Puig – Sammy Winter – JB Gillet – Andrew Brophy – Joey Brezinski – Flo Mirtain – Brad McClain – Lem Villemin – Jeremie Daclin - Daniel Espinoza – Adrien Coillard – Javier Mendizabal – Pete Eldridge – Paul Hart – Kyron Davis – Max Geronzi + Guest janitor/Gypsy Life artist Chet Childress.
I used to skip school to go watch this on VHS at my mate Nathan's house and drink tea. It was the first video that I really watched and watched, to the point where we counted how many tricks Lavar McBride does switch compared to normal (almost double switch). Nathan also made a mixtape with all the music, this took a lot of effort as the internet didn't exist yet. Ahhh the good old days, bring's a tear to my eye. Oh wait, shit, this was nearly 20 years ago, brings sad tears to both eyes.
Also, stay in school.
North 06 should be in all stores now! Click HERE to see where you can pick up your free copy across the U.K.
Featuring a full New Balance Numeric in Scotland Article & Scott 'Dunder' Anderson Interview.
William Strobeck drops another banger for Supreme.
Remember when he was called Nugget? I wonder how many hats he owns? This part is crazy?
"We got the crew together and headed down south to dodge the harsh New York winter, and for many of us, to get back in touch with our roots in Florida. This video is the result of 10 days of street skating, several demos, and some deep sea diving. Featuring riders from all of our brands, we're very proud to present Escape From New York."
- Josh Stewart
Launching today and running through 2015, Oakley’s new ONE OBSESSION campaign invites and inspires people to join the brand’s global network of renowned athlete ambassadors in living out their passions.
Good to see Koston in the streets. Check the clip for a rad Switch Crook.
In celebration of Antihero Skateboards' 20th anniversary, Vans partners with the iconic board brand this spring to present the Vans x Antihero Collection, featuring a new selection of Pro Skate footwear and Vans apparel pieces. Established in 1995, Antihero is one of the best-selling and most-respected board companies in skateboarding today. With a robust history in skateboarding heritage and a shared roster of influential team riders, Vans and Antihero debut the new collection with the TNT SG, Tony Trujillo’s sixth generation Vans signature pro model.
Remind yourself of how rad Anti Hero are.
Cons rider Kevin Rodrigues collaborated with Ben Chadourne and Jean-Louis Huhta to bring you an audio visual representation of his skateboarding in Paris, France.
"ATOM" is the first episode of my new independent video project called •SOURCE:
10 minutes skateboard films featuring our crew & wonderful encounters coming out every 4 months.
Roman GONZALEZ, Pako PION, Remy TAVEIRA, Gauthier ROUGER, Alex RICHARD, Josh PALL, Fred PLOCQUE SANTOS, Guillaume DULOUT, Luy Pa SIN, Kevin RODRIGUES, Paul GRUND, Ben CHADOURNE, Manuel SCHENCK, Edouard DEPAZ, Silvester EDUARDO, Jordan TRAHAN & Vincent TOUZERY
Hopefully the next clip will be dropping soon, that was rad.
Chima's favourite spot in Sydney is Martin Place. He grew up skating there every weekend, it's the spot were he caught a train to meet up with all his friends and skate around the city. It also happens to be one of the best spots in the world, you can start from and skate legitmate spots all the way down through 4 city blocks.
Enjoy the best of Chima at Martin Place.
The UK Converse CONS tour to promote the KA3 shoe was decided for January 2015, which obviously provokes scepticism in regards to a piss wet Albion, but the hunger to visit new places and to see what we could conjure up with was high and provoked the tour name ‘Braving The Cold’, which seemed all too pertinent.
We managed to get lucky with the weather throughout the week, it was a ‘right place at the right time’ sort of vibe. We were visiting a different city everyday starting off in Jamie Platt’s hometown of Bournemouth. From there we went along the South coast to Portsmouth, then up towards Oxford, Wolverhampton and Stoke-On-Trent until we got to the North, stopping off at Sheffield and Manchester.
Visiting a different city each day kept everything fresh but it meant that the days were very long. It was worth it in the end though because the lads pulled through and produced this banging clip for your viewing pleasure…
- Reece Leung
Filmed & Edited by James Cruikshank
Watch Volcom Europe's Harry Lintell makes easy work of the notoriously rugged British streets and back alleys of London in the latest True To This edit.