The idea is simple. We challenged five of the biggest names in the next class of young pro skaters to film five tricks and send the footage our way. No guidelines, no limits, just five bangers to prove that we should remember their name. We gave Alex Sorgente first crack at the new round of 5 for 5 and he kicks it off by laying down 5 fresh tranny tricks.
Christian Hernandez with two clips for this Nugg of the Week. Submit your NOTW by #SkateNugg on Instagram or emailing us at email@example.com for your chance to be the next!
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Introducing the Sports Class team – Tom Snape, Simon Frazzetto, Pete Solvyns and Toby Locke.
Commercial with Marcelo Bastos filmed by Tylre Wilcox. Edited by Tylre Wilcox and Vern Laird.
Dat way! Atlanta’s Reese LAFLARE is no stranger to being in the limelight. As a skater turned rapper turned bonafide star in the making, he’s already making waves in an overcrowded industry. We let Reese do a few laps in our warehouse, and we asked him what his top 5 most influential skate videos were. Controversial? We think so.
Chronicles 3 star Karsten Kleppan is not a lazy pro. Along with the good homie Jan Henrik Kongstein, the duo have been shredding their home in Norway every spare moment this past summer. Watch and get sparked.
Pro Skater Greg Lutzka hits the beach for some cruising fun. Filmed and edited by Mike Costanza.
Videographer Kyle Reynolds gives us a cinematic look into Skateboarding at Woodward Camp in Pennsylvanai. Enjoy skating from Greg Lutzka, Chris Pierre Jacques, Partick Praman and many more.
Boston is world renowned as a college town, with over 100 universities and 250,000 students. Because of this, 70% of the city’s apartment rentals have a September 1st move in date, and anyone that has experienced this first hand understands the madness involved every year. Featuring Sean Anderson, Frankie Nash, Brian Reid, Stevie Hamblin, Tim Savage, Aidan Chenard, Liam Annis, Emmet Beiler and Emmet Breslin.
See what Aaron has to say, then think of Pappalardo in some deep recess of Brooklyn, delicately planning away at the surface of some arty, high-end table. Imagine what he must think of all this silly “Back to the Feature” hoopla.
The skateboarding community worships Brian Anderson as a god, but for many years kept his sexuality a secret from nearly everyone in his life. Our guy Reda sat down with Brian and some of his closest friends to talk about being gay in the professional skateboarding industry and why he chose now to come out.
Shane O’Neill prepares for the 2016 Street League Super Crown in Los Angeles on October 2nd by getting into his happy place.