Pontus Alv’s Manhattan Days for Converse Cons

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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.

SW Replays | Donny Barley in Welcome To Hell

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It’s my turn to pick this Friday’s SW Replay and I’m going with Donny Barley’s part in Toy Machine’s Welcome To Hell. His powerhouse east coast style set to Black Sabbath’s “Megalomania” still just gets me amped up. It starts at 15:15 but you should definitely watch the whole vid in stunning 480p resolution. Just like the old days. Baaaarley!

Palace Skateboards “Endless Bummer”

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Palace Skateboards is one of my personal favorite skate brands. They’ve stripped down the entire system and only give you the necessities. Forget the large graphics, the crazy HD camera, an over the top song and everything else that’s played out. Palace brings you skateboarding and that’s all you want! Watch the new Palace Skateboards “Endless Bummer” and then go outside and get down on some raw skateboarding in the streets!

Bill Strobeck’s Joyride Released!

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Bill Strobeck’s highly anticipated Joyride has been released. After Supreme’s Cherry came out we started to hear about this new edit. Bill has been releasing trailers and previews for weeks and after the wait the video is finally here. Joyride features Jason Dill, Sean Pablo, Tyshawn Jones, Nakel Smith, Aiden Mackey, Sage Elsesser, Anthony Van Englen and Dylan Rieder. No more reading! Watch the video!

Rob Wootton’s Name Changer

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The Rob Wootton Name Changer part will have you spamming the replay button over and over. This part combines fast skating with a cool creative style. Rob Wootton’s approach on skating couldn’t be more spot on. We’ve been following Wootton for a while now (back when he went by “Bert”) and now after dishing out a Thrasher Magnified, a Firing Line and this part, he’s looking to become a household name.