The “Slightly Removed” story follows skateboarders Chris Pfanner and Axel Cruysberghs as they immerse themselves into Vancouver, Canada. A busy urban city surrounded by conifer rainforests. The close proximity of both urban and natural landscapes represents a duality, a yin-yang… their combined energy provides balance to those that embrace and inhabit both of these starkly contrasting environments. Pfanner, not only a skater, but also a skilled, inquisitive photographer, documents their journey for balance as they alternate between conifer and concrete activities.
Volcom couldn’t be happier to welcome Sam Atkins to the Skate team. Volcom’s spent many hours already in the van and on the road and one thing is for sure… Sam is Van Proof and a family member to the team already.
In a small town called Wörgl, located in the tyrol alps between the riptide of the Inn and landscapes that spreads subtle vibes as soon as you cross the border, you will find a handcrafted skatepark being one of the best in its field.
Volcom joined forces with MACBA Life to help its vision become reality: putting back the 4th block at MACBA’s legendary Big4 spot for an event celebrating skateboarding history, and giving the opportunity to the new generation to add some tricks to the already long ABD list.
With Volcom’s roots in skateboarding and using history as a guide, they have taken their last 25 years of designing pants and scrutinized and modernized every last detail to create a line of jeans made from high quality materials and construction methods with all the key signature Volcom details you have come to rely on.
Volcom brings you the footage behind how Vincent Matheron took home the gold at the 2018 La Kantera Pro.
Volcom put together this edit from the La Kantera Invitational 2018.
Volcom brings you the footage behind Vincent Matheron winning the 2018 La Kantera Pro.
Volcom joined forces with @macbalife to help its vision become reality: putting back the 4th block at MACBA’s legendary Big4 spot for an event celebrating skateboarding history, and giving the opportunity to the new generation to add some tricks to the already long ABD list.
For only a couple hours, the party gathered some of the travelling pros, Europe finest ams, the eclectic Macba local scene and a horde of skateboarding enthusiasts shaking the museum and university walls with their cheers.
Just to name a few, Justin Sommer, Carlos Neira, Jorge Simoes, Adrien Bulard, Jordan Maxham and Robert Neal put on a great show, but Frenchmen Aurelien Giraud was the crowds favorite landing hammer after hammer. He won most of the cash claiming top 2 best NBD’s, the MVP award, and shut down the session after time with a perfect bs 360 kickflip.
Milion thanks to Alex Braza’s @macbalife, Ungravity, Javier Menéndez, Snipes, Transworld Skatebaording, ETN, Roberto Aleman, Alain Goikoetxea, Rufus, all the Macba locals and everyone who came enjoy the party with us.
You don’t know what you’re looking at. It’s hidden. Deep in the fibers. 25 years of concrete-sliding, crotch-splitting, blood-soaking, unconventional research and development have gone into this denim. You’re looking at a highly technical product developed at secret locations all over the world. Not by scientists in a lab (’cause it’s not an exact science). We have to get things wrong to make things right. If the streets are the laboratory, then we are the rats. So please, be our guest. Wear our denim. These quality made, fit for comfort, tougher because they’re designed for skateboarding, Volcom Brand Jeans.
Volcom recently found theirselves in Copenhagen, Denmark for the annual CPH Pro skate contest and met up with veteran Volcom team rider and local hero Rune Glifberg to show them around the city. After hopping on our bikes with the crew (Chris Pfanner, Collin Provost, Milton Martinez, Alec Majerus) and getting a first-hand look at the Danish capital, they decided it was time to hit some of Copenhagen’s best skateparks.
In Episode 9 of My City we visit Milton Martinez from Mar del Plata, Argentina. Mar del Plata, Argentina is a very warm, crowded place during the summers, and typically a lonely and cold place during the winters. Also known as the surf capital in Argentina, Mar del Plata is one of the most visited towns in Argentina during the summer for tourists. With this influx of tourism every year, there is new infrastructure in the city, and thus, new skate spots. You would find most of the spots near the coast, however, there are some spots farther inland that are worth the drive.