Maurio breaking down a mind melter and making it looks easy. Noseblunt Nollie Flips never seemed so doable…
Rewatching and reposting parts from past HUF videos. Here’s Justin Drysen’s part from HUF 002, originally released in 2018.
Dakota Servold sits down and discusses how he chose to design his signature color-way of the Wino G6 Slip-On. From selecting a full grain leather for a better fit and extra durability to custom insole artwork on a G6 Foam insole, Dakota designed his colorway to be exactly how he wanted in order to become the shoe that he chooses to skate in. Available now at skate shops or HERE.
Clive & Chris roll out to Santa Ana skatepark for some quick rips with the FASTEST bearings.
Spend an entire day hanging out with the Pabich Brothers! Barge backyard pools, hit Omar Hassan’s house and get a personal tour of the Pabich house.
Jason asked if I wanted to film this manual at a construction site before the sun went down. Obviously I said yes. Jason has a funny way of turning very dangerous situations into a hilarious spectacle – Hunter O’Shea
Go behind the scenes of YOU GOOD? with previously unreleased footage of attempts, slams, makes and throwaway clips from Alex Midler’s heavy part.
We consider Tiago Lemos to be the best in the world. In our opinion you’d be hard pressed to find another individual with such power, technical prowess, and style on a skateboard. When Tiago joined New Balance he knew our revered history of making technical performance footwear to meet the needs of professional athletes. Numeric is proud to continue this tradition with the introduction of the 1010, the first signature shoe for Tiago Lemos. Trust Tiago. NB#
Footage taken from Jason’s “A Happy Medium 5” part; edited by Verifry’d aka Andy Clarke.
Prepare to have your mind blown by the blind skateboarder Dan Mancina!
We Stop And Chat with Eli Reed to discuss skating around New York, his current board setup, recently getting on Satori Wheels, posting his dancing on instagram, is he still eating Borscht soup, how challenging manual tricks are, stretching and yoga, meditating for 10 days straight, why he started his new Youtube channel “The Crash Flow” and much more!
In the first few years of X Games competitions, Mariah Duran was still slinging pizzas and doing fundraising to earn the necessary money to travel to competitions. Then, in 2016, Duran earned her first silver medal, and everything changed. She took her earnings, bought a car and went into heavy production mode, which earned her more prestigious placings at comps and then the opportunity for her to skate full-time. Nowadays, the Women’s Skateboard Street podium has become a familiar place for Duran to land at X Games. But with competitions taking a back seat this year, Duran isn’t slowing down at all. Here, Brando’s World of X catches up at home with the Albuquerque native.