Dew Tour – Setups: Dashawn Jordan’s New Board Sponsor and Gear Breakdown

In this Setups video, we hear from USA Skateboarding national team member Dashawn Jordan. As the latest addition to the Toy Machine roster, Dashawn breaks down the size, shape, and specs of his new team board, truck size and bushing tuning preference, wheel sizes, and bearings. He even gave us a closer look at a new Nike SB Dunk shoe that has yet to be released.

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Hermano: Hijinx Net In Mexico City

Disclaimer: This video was filmed in February 2020 in Mexico City, pre-pandemic. There are many maskless scenes of skateboarders engaging with society and one another in legal activities. Please do not attempt to cancel any individual in this video or any Hijinx Net affiliate. Criminal cancellation can result in a maximum penalty of up to five years in a TikTok algorithm mental penitentiary and a $250,000 Dogecoin fine. Big bloop take little bloop.

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Crush the Day with Sky Brown | DEW Tour Aimless Episode 15

Ever wonder what life could have been like as sponsored skateboarder, surfer, and an Olympic hopeful all before the age of 15? We get a glimpse of all that and more with 12-year old phenom Sky Brown as she brings us along on a schedule-packed day. Sky and her brother, Ocean, kick things off in Oceanside, California, with a surf session, followed by a homemade breakfast. Then it’s on to knocking out a training exercise and online schoolwork. They finish the day with more skateboarding and even a surprise appearance by legendary skater Christian Hosoi.

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LAST Trip Before Lockdown: Maurio, Asta, Knibbs, Winky, Fabi, & Braun in FL | Santa Cruz Skateboards

Hop in the van and join Maurio McCoy, Tom Asta, Kevin Braun, Erick Winkowski & Fabiana Delfino as the gang heads to Tampa Florida for what would become Jereme Knibbs’ Pro Surprise. Whats next? Tampa Pro, of course! The crew holds it down at SPoT during the contest madness before heading to Lot 11 Skatepark in Miami for a much mellower session. Once the warm up session is crossed off the list, its straight to the streets to film for TTEv5! This was the last trip Santa Cruz took before the world locked down, so you definitely WON’T want to miss this one!

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SLS UNSANCTIONED 2

With the World Tour still on hold, SLS decided to throw another informal event with a twist. The format is familiar, the rules are loose, the skaters are hand picked, and the location is private, as Volcom opens up their private skatepark for 10 of the world’s best skaters to go head-to-head for unregulated glory in becoming the next SLS Unsanctioned Champion. THE SKATERS: Dashawn Jordan, Mason Silva, Louie Lopez, Aurelien Giraud, Chris Joslin, Taylor Kirby, Ishod Wair, Tom Asta, Milton Martinez and Elijah Berle. THE JUDGES: Paul Rodriguez, Torey Pudwill and Kelly Hart.

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X Games Foz do Iguaçu 2013 WOMEN’S SKATEBOARD STREET: X GAMES THROWBACK

Flashback to April 21, 2013. On day four, Brazil’s Leticia Bufoni stepped up her game on the final run to secure her first gold medal in a buzzer-beater over Leo Baker.

“I’m so f—-ing happy,” said Bufoni right after the win on Sunday, posting a 87.33. “I’m so stoked! I mean… I’m just so stoked.” If you were there, this was one Women’s Skateboard Street comp to remember, and in case you missed it, enjoy this trip down memory lane!

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Street League Foz do Iguaçu 2013: X GAMES THROWBACK

Flashback to April 20, 2013. X Games has gone global and after winter stops in Aspen and Tignes, we dipped down to Brazil for X Games Foz do Iguaçu 2013. On day three, Nyjah Huston was already doing Nyjah Huston stuff. He won qualifiers, then then beat out Sean Malto and Torey Pudwill to reclaim the gold in the finals.

“Going into the first [Street League stop] I always want to win it so bad, and I feel like I’ve got so much pressure on myself,” Huston said. “So winning the first one is always the best thing for me.”

Final score notwithstanding, Huston did not dominate the battle: Chaz Ortiz led after the flow section of the competition, thanks to a run that included a crooked grind to nollie flip out, putting him ahead of local favorite Luan Oliveira, Pudwill, and Huston. Oliveira owned the next portion of the contest, rocking the yellow and green jersey of Brazil’s national soccer team to the delight of his home crowd and winning the control section with the highest scoring single run of the day, thanks to a nollie hardflip noseslide to shove-it out. At 9.7 it was the second highest-scoring trick in Street League history and put him in the overall lead ahead of Ortiz and Huston.

If you were there, this was one Street League comp to remember, and in case you missed it, enjoy this trip down memory lane!

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