Baker 4 in its entirety! Featuring Andrew Reynolds, Bryan Herman, Dustin Dollin, Elissa Steamer, Jacopo Carozzi, Justin Figueroa, Kader Sylla, Kevin Long, Riley Hawk, Rowan Zorilla, Sammy Baca, Theotis Beasley, Tristan Funkhouser, Tyson Peterson, Zach Allen and more!
VICS II from 2016. Everett WA. Featuring Josh Jones, Jordan Sanchez, Gnardo, Russian George, Brian Sanchez and Eddie Dabrowski.
Rubbish Heap video by Spike Jonze back in 1989 featuring Billie Waldman, Chris Branagh, Chris Pastras, Jef Hartsel, Jeremy Klein, Jesse Martinez, Matt Wood, Mike Vallely, Randy Colvin, Rodney Mullen, Ron Chatman, Steve Robert, Steve Rocco, and Todd Congelliere.
Featuring Billy Valdes, Caine Gayle, Chris Lambert, Clyde Singleton, Daewon Song, Eric Pupecki, Fabian Alomar, Gino Iannucci, Henry Sanchez, Jason Dill, Jason Maxwell, Joey Suriel, Kareem Campbell, Keenan Milton, Kris Markovich, Lavar McBride, Marcelle Johnson, Maurice Key, Mike Crum, Mike Santarossa, Quy Nguyen, Ronnie Creager, Sam Devlin, Shiloh Greathouse, and Shin Okada.
World Industries-New World Order skate video 1993 featuring Chico Brenes, Kareem Campbell, Daniel Castillo, Shiloh Greathouse, Richard Mulder, Daewon Song, Eric Koston, Guy Mariano and many more.
The last installment to the Home Movies series. Filmed in and around Vista, CA. Featuring Jonno Gaitan, Noah Lora, Jared Gholston, Jacob Hayes, Nick Pope, Max Fisher,Jesse Kruger, Lyric Bennett, Lucas Cannizzaro, Garret Lekas, Kurt Hodge, Josh Stafford, Derm Collins, Mike Bricke, AJ Zavala, Jon Bricke, Davey Sayles, Tanner Burzinski, James Wynne, Jon Bricke, Jet Caputo, Ace Pelka, Bronson Ayub, Elaina Montoya, Justice Lora, Anthony Arthur, Joe Nares, and Nic Depis. Also Featured – Franky Villani, Chris Cole, Vinny Dalfio, Parker Gillard, Eric Guzman, Jaz Astudillo, Steven Pinerio, Alan Cornejo, and Dylan Diehl. Film/Edit by Mike Bricke
World Industries brings you their 1992 Love Child video featuring Chico Brenes, Daniel Castillo, Spencer Fujimoto, Shiloh Greathouse, Daewon Song, Jovontae Turner, and Jed.
Third Shift is the latest full length video offering from Traffic Skateboards. Featuring: Kevin Coakley, Hiroki Muraoka, Luke Malaney, James Sayres, George Hanushak, Chris Teta, Josh Feist, Pat Stiener, Ian Mcgraw, Mark Wetzel, Rich Adler and Ricky Oyola. Video by: John Valenti and Pat Stiener. Brought to you by Theories of Atlantis.
Vans Skateboarding proudly presents Alright, OK, a new skate film featuring global signature team riders Elijah Berle and Gilbert Crockett, with a special guest appearance by Justin Henry. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Greg Hunt—whose talent brought to life Vans’ first full-length skateboarding video, PROPELLER—Alright, OK is yet another masterpiece, encapsulating an epic labor of love by pro Elijah Berle, who worked tirelessly over two hard years to land arguably the best tricks of his career. Elijah shares the screen with Vans teammate and Richmond native, Gilbert Crockett, whose contrasting, eccentric style flows alongside Elijah’s timeless form like yin to yang.
Director Greg Hunt reunites the two for the first time since the release of Vans PROPELLER in 2015, finding skate spots from all over the globe in Australia, New Zealand, Spain, Portugal, New York and their home states of Virginia and California. Skateboarding has a gift of bringing together the most unlikely people from around the world, through the love of the simple act of rolling.
Featuring Sam Cardelfe, Zack Fashouer, Tyler Pakstis, Chris Zack, Neil Herrick, Kevin Eager, Liam McCabe, Liam Daly, Danny Janosko, Trevor Hart, Jordan Purcell, Mick Robbins, Joey Rodriguez, Chris Anderson, Dakota Welty, Jimmy McDonald, Danny Falla, Jasper Stieve, Kempsey Alexandre, Danny Oquendo, Billy Preston, Billy Cusa, Blake Mahon, Robby Rosano, Alec Chambers, Levi Thompson, Mike the Genius, Isaac White, Josh Morris, and Will Smith. Video by Dylan Holderness and Evan Pacheco. Additonal Filming: Steve Mastorelli and Carson Reuther. Titles/Effects: Solomon Leyba, Zack Fashouer, Sam Cardelfe.
Crailtap brings you Girls Skateboards latest video “Nervous Circus”.
Cooper Latimer brings you bonus footage from his latest video Sbour; pick up a copy HERE.