Following Donnie and Daan’s Trust Fall Extras is London’s own Casper Brooker. Huge smiles, sketchy slams, broken boards, giant bubbles and a guest appearance from Sean Malto.
While the Gizmo crew was out in London for the global premiere, we got together with riders Elissa Steamer, Sarah Meurle and Nicole Hause – as well as the man behind the lens, Jason Hernandez. Over the course of our conversation, they told us about their experiences skating together for the video, doing things their own way and seeing the evolution of women’s skateboarding in real time. See more at NikeSB.com
Over the next few weeks we’ll be dropping rough cuts from Trust Fall. For the first video in this “Extras” series we’re serving up a couple hot slices from one of the gnarliest sections: Daan Van Der Linden and Donovon Piscopo. – Nike SB
As Nike brainstormed how to celebrate 10 Years of Janoski, they talked to Stefan about some of his favorite things, including his favorite band, The Violent Femmes. One thing led to another until Stefan was joining the Femmes in the studio re-recording a song. Then on stage singing along with the band. And now a shoe that’s out today in skate shops and Nike.com.
We all have the one that got away. For Eric Koston, it was a pair of powder-blue Jordans on the clearance rack when he was back-to-school shopping with his mom as a kid in San Bernardino. The Nike SB Air Jordan I Low by Eric Koston drops August 10 in skate shops and August 12 in SNKRS. Learn more HERE.
CCS has been trying to get Nyjah on the 100 Kickflip challenge forever, because they knew it would not be a challenge at all. Sure enough he banged out 100 in less than 20 minutes total, and only missed about 2 or 3. That’s not even the crazy part. The craziest part is that his shoe, the Nike SB Nyjah Free barely even broke a sweat let alone ripped a lace. See how this superhuman shoe held up to superhuman skating and then pick up a pair today at CCS.com!
With the new Parra Dunk Low OG and Blazer GT, Parra brings his signature style of hypersaturated colors and whimsical humor to Nike SB. Featuring Kevin Terpening, Guy Mariano, Ishod Wair, Eric Koston, Piet Parra and Sean Malto.
In the age of instant gratification, it’s almost hard to remember a time when skate videos were a physical, tangible thing and not just a YouTube link or an Instagram clip. With Disc, Nike SB Australia team members Ben Lawrie, Rowan Davis, Sam Sutton and Noah Nayef have been putting in the work, getting the tricks and crushing discs (Australian slang for cheap pizza) like they’ve been doing it for years.
Last January, European young-guns Lore Bruggeman, Keet Oldenbeuving and Charlotte Hym made their way to Brazil to compete in the SLS Rio contest. We followed the journey of these three up-and-comers as we discover an insight into their life, their beginnings on the board and their skateboarding dreams.
Nike covered both sides of the Atlantic in their latest video shot by Ant Travis and Jacob Harris that will get you sparked to skate the streets. Trust that. Featuring Blake Carpenter, Daan Van Der Linden, Donovon Piscopo, Kyron Davis, Caleb Barnett, Casper Brooker, Karsten Kleppan, Cyrus Bennett, Max Palmer, Sean Malto, Andrew Wilson, Nik Stain and Stefan Janoski.
The bigger you go, the harder you fall. Few go bigger than Nyjah Huston. The man himself recounts some of his gnarliest slams throughout the years.
Last month Nike SB flew in a bunch of skate shops to skate around Minneapolis, MN for 3 days and try out some of the new Nike Orange Label shoes. At the end of the trip they had stacked up enough footage for a 3 song edit! Featured skateshops – Premier, Familia, Subsect, Rukus, Humidity, Blacklist, Plus, Westside, Black Sheep, Uprise, Labor and Civil.