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!
In the most recent First Look video from Thrasher Magazine, steezy geezer Ben Raemers flipped through the November 2014 issue. He was already stoked to see his name on the front cover—to have an interview in Thrasher is a fairly distinguishing honor. That alone would feel pretty great. Halfway through the mag, Ben is pleasantly surprised to find the featured poster is also under his name. So far so good! When he gets to the final page however, he gets the surprise of a lifetime… Ben Raemers is pro for enjoi!
Jo from Arkansas is ready to rip. Jo picked out a fresh new complete that I hope stokes him out as much as it stoked us out. Featuring a Baker board, Ventures, Rictas, Bones and topped off with Mob x Thrasher grip and Skate Warehouse bolts, this board is as crispy as they come. Also boasting a classic aesthetic with an emphasis on function, there’s no suspicions about the rad factor of this complete. Build your next Crispy New New HERE!
If you haven’t checked out DGK‘s Blood Money over at Thrasher… you’re fuckin’ up. One of the best releases of 2014 featuring new DGK pro’s Marquise Henry and Boo Johnson. In honor of the video and their recent recruitment into the pro-ranks, Boo and Quise each got signature “Blood Money” models. Samuel from Colorado did his up proper with the Johnson deck, Thunder Trucks, Bones Wheels and Bearings, gripped up with that yung Grizzly Grip and held together with some hater-proof bolts from Shake Junt. Welcome to Crispy New New!
Nike has got a heavy squad, and they took some of their hardest hitters down to Austraila for some serious ripping. Check out Greyson Fletcher, Grant Taylor, Ben Raybourn and more get down on some gnarly transition skating. Filming, editing, song choice and of course the skating is all on point, as is expected from the boys over at Nike. Feast your eyes, here is Nike’s “Lord of the Pies”
Davis Torgerson just turned pro for Real Skateboards and broke onto the scene with this killer part on Thrasher. Style, speed and trick selection, this dude has got it all. Banger after banger, Davis is here to blow minds. So here it is, Davis Togerson’s “Ticket To Ride” right here at the Go Skate Blog.