The Blind Skateboards team just swept through San Luis Obispo along their See North Tour and dropped bombs on the local skatepark. Watch Cody McEntire, Sewa Kroetkov, Sam Beckett, TJ Rogers, Kevin Romar and Jason Thurtle tear it up!
Jazzpush came out with a full length video a few years ago and now they’re back at it! Their newest full-length video Jazztato premieres April 18th at 6:30pm at The Palm Theater in San Luis Obispo. If you’re in the area then you best be there! Rumored full parts come from Daniel Curiel, Stephen Figueira, Toby Keith, Daniel Parks, Taylor Swift, Drake and more. You’re just going to have to go to the premiere to find out.
Pyramid Country’s first full length edit Exeter is available now. Since its premier a couple weeks ago Exeter has been all the hype of the skate world. Features parts from Jonathan Pierce, Pat Green, Kevin Skutnik, Dean Palmer, Kevin “brother” Braun (got the last part) and many more. DVD comes with over an hour of bonus footage plus an exclusive 8-page comic, Exeter, done by Pyramid Country artist JJ Horner.
If you don’t know who Jack Fardell is, now you will. Killer skating, amazing spots and a ridiculous part. Jack Fardell is going to be your new favorite skateboarder, watch for yourself and find out. I now present the adidas Skateboarding Jack Fardell Intro.
The man, the myth, the legend, PJ Ladd and Jessup Griptape just released a small edit filmed at the Lincoln Skatepark. After a PJ-less Plan B True Video, it seems his footage is as elusive as the rarely spotted snow leopard. Granted it’s not the gnarly clips you may expect from him, but relax, it’s still rad to see him skating and having fun. All black and white, super 8 film, only one day and PJ make for a pretty raw and fun video.
It was another scorching weekend for the skate contest world as the Phonix Am 2015 went down with a bang. Over 200 of the best Am’s from all over the world showed up for the event and battled blistering 100 degree plus temperatures. These kids were hungry and killed it all weekend long. After tons of amazing skating it was Jack Olson’s flawless final run that earned him the three grand, along with a refreshing champagne shower. Jamie Foy brought home the second place trophy along with a nice $2,000 cash proze. To finish out the top three it was Ivan Monteiro who walked away with that extra thousand.