Thrasher Magazine and the illustrious HUF team packed the plane with Brad Cromer, Keith Hufnagel, Josh Matthews, Joey Pepper, Dan Plunkett, Peter Ramondetta, Kevin Terpening and Sammy Winter and took a trip through Asia earlier this year. Several weeks in Thailand, Taiwan, Korea and Japan and they returned home with some amazing skate edits in unreal locations, beautiful photography by Jonathan Mehring and an official Thrasher x HUF “Stoops Asia Tour” collaboration. The collab will be available at Skate Warehouse next week!
This past Thursday we had the pleasure of hosting a local premiere of enjoi’s new video oververt at The Palm Theatre in our beautiful hometown of San Luis Obispo. We raffled off some gear (courtesy of enjoi) plenty of popcorn was consumed and there was an abundance of smiles and laughter. Big thanks to enjoi, The Palm, and all of those who came out to check the flick. Until next time!
When Jeremy Leabres surprised us all in the beginning of Emerica‘s MADE Chapter 1 video last year, everyone caught a glimpse of greatness. One year later, with a Thrasher Magazine cover under his belt, this explosive Emerica am and Toy Machine Bloodsucker has all of that criteria going for him and more. Toy Machine Skateboards and Thrasher Magazine present: The Re-Education Of Jeremy Leabres. Enjoy the video and please try to keep your jaw off the floor. Now shut up bungholes and prepare yourselves!
The world premiere of the new enjoi video, oververt will be in Los Angeles on October 23rd at the Montalban Theatre. Go get tickets now or you’re screwed. We’ll let you figure out how. Cold, right? If you miss the premiere—which you almost certainly will—do not fret. oververt will be available on DVD starting November 7th and on iTunes November 10th. See? Things ain’t so bad. Bring it in. Bring it in, fellas.
Pontus Alv has released his new video, Manhattan Days in celebration of the Converse Cons x Polar Skate Co. collaboration shoe, coming soon to Skate Warehouse. Manhattan Days features the likes of both Polar and Cons riders including Aaron Herrington, Kevin Rodrigues, David Stenström, Jerome Campbell, Dane Brady and Pontus. The video is said to draw inspiration from early days of skating all over town while lugging around shit to skate and letting the day unfold around you. Pure and simple stuff.