Join the JART team during their last tour in Basque Country, where the JART factory is located. Gustavo Ribeiro, Adrien Bulard, Roger Silva, Kristian Krasimirov, Rafa Bocanegra, Joan Galceran, Alain Kortabitarte and Danny Leon stack footage for the upcoming Jart full length.
In this Screaming Vlog Tom Asta comes to town and SC Video Producer Joe Perrin give the all new Sony A7s III. Joe is always looking for new cameras and he was SUPER excited to have the gang at Sony send him an early camera to test out in the streets and get the first skateboarding footage with it! And SC is so excited that the footage is of Tom Asta, Jereme Knibbs and Kevin Braun. Tom made his way out from Pennsylvania to come hit the streets and film some Screaming Vlogs and the result is classic Tom smoothness. Kevin Braun hits the skaters at Soma with some used product and Jereme Knibbs works out a rad one at EMB.
Check the RAW clips of AJ Zavala, Ryan Townley, & Special Guest Clint Walker from their cross country excursion for our Mud Sweat N’ Beers trip last year. It was the end of August and the heat and humidity was brutal! The heat didn’t let up and neither did the crew. Bronson kicked it off in Dallas, headed south to Austin, power drove up to Oklahoma City and then straight to Albuquerque for two days where the trip ended.
No contests, no deadlines, just a few spot pins, and a loose plan to skate them with the crew. Jimmy Wilkins, Shea Donavan and Archer Braun let us jump in their truck for a trip starting in the full pipe at Baldy and ending with a camp out on a vert ramp in the jungle. Turns out, no matter what you’re skating the plan remains, skate with your friends, good times will follow.
Independent Trucks goes on tour around Paris demolishing every spot that they come across in Sardinas A La Plancha. Featuring Vincent Milou, Nassim Lachhab, Barney Page, Robin Fournier, Justin Sommer, Blake Johnson, Charlie Munro, Doobie, Daan Van Der Linden, Tim Debauche and Marius Syvanen.
Legendary pre-event interviews from the Simple Session 08 with Skaters – Sierra Fellers, Peter Ramondetta, Boaz Aquino, Chris Haslam, Magnus Hanson, Georges Agonkouin …
Quick mid-November tour of Brattleboro, Keene, & Nashua skate parks with Shredded East homies Seth Clason, Colin Trombley, Ricky Fish, and Matt Trombley.
Greg Lutzka and Dave Bachinsky rifle through their surprise delivery from Dew Tour and TikTok to find it filled with a kicker, box, and rails for endless amounts of fun. For episode two of Unboxed presented by TikTok, the boys haul their new goodies from OC Ramps to a few different spots and link up with Ryan Decenzo and Mike Berdis along the way. Watch the crew as they set up the features and rip them to shreds during the ultimate session.
The VX will always be the Neverending story in skateboarding. Featuring Tiago Lemos, Danny Hamaguchi and Rodrigo Petersen in Los Angeles & Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
On November 23rd, Vans Skateboarding will proudly present 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.
A skateboarding tour video in Canary Islands featuring Nestor Judkins, Eniz Fazliov, Thaynan Costa, Didrik “Deedz” Galasso, Jackson Pilz, Zack Wallin, Louie Barletta, Ryan Alvero and Jose “Sixsas” Vivero.
Considered the first modern child star of skateboarding, Ryan Sheckler was competing at a pro level by the time he was 13, followed by his own reality television show, scores of pro accolades and the trappings of fame at a young age. Rather than burn out, Sheckler adjusted his focus and returned to his true love of skating. Now with the gift of perspective, he’s enjoying a new life of Ryan.