Primitive’s Gold Pack available HERE.
Celebrating his announcement to the Primitive Skate team, Kyonosuke Yamashita is joined by Miles Silvas, Tre Williams, Carlos Ribeiro and Trent McClung for a session in the park.
“The first time that I skated with Kyonosuke was at the Fire Lab rail when I was working on my “What The Prod” part. He filmed a line with a big flip front board in a handful of tries, but even from that small amount I saw, I could already recognize a mature taste in his skating. Later on I got to watch him cruise the Primitive Park and get more of a sense of the tricks that he would do, and it struck me how much he has an old soul to his skating. I don’t know who mentored him or who his OG’s were that put him on to skating, but he skates as if he grew up watching the same people that I grew up watching. Although we’ve only known each other for a short time, he already fits in so naturally with the team that it feels like he’s been around way longer. It feels only right to make it official and welcome Kyonosuke Yamashita to the Primitive Skate team!” – Paul Rodriguez
Miles Silvas for Fall 21. Available Thursday 7/15.
We are proud to present “VANCOUVER”, a three chip Mk1 special from Spencer Hamilton, filmed entirely in Vancouver by Chance Swainson.
Primitive Skateboards hype for Monday…
Paul Rodrigues brings you the raw footage behind his latest part “What The P-Rod?”. Filmed by Spanish Mike.
The Nine Club discuss Primitive Skate’s What the P-Rod?, Pop Skateboards Promo, Jake Wooten’s “Santa Cruz” Part, Becker Dunn’s ‘Aftertime’ Part and much more!
The namesake of his video offering, Paul’s “What the P-Rod?” dunk represents his entire career in one shoe, and gives him cause to reflect on the passages of time in his career, from the 16 year gap between filming enders on the Sylmar 11, the rarity of rail tricks and an unexpected wave of momentum that he hasn’t felt in years.
Primitive is very proud to present Paul Rodriguez’s newest video offering: “What the P-Rod?”. Directed and Filmed by Spanish Mike.
Feeling rejuvenated and inspired after suffering a major injury, Paul Rodriguez explains the motivation behind building the Primitive Skatepark, his love for the San Fernando Valley and how much the team he has built at Primitive has changed his mindset and keeps him motivated to progress.
“Fourth Quarter: Behind the Missions” Episode two centers on Giovanni Vianna and Trent McClung. Suffering a major injury during the home straight of filming, Giovanni explains his late start to the video, getting sparked in Sacramento and the importance of truck locking techniques. With the pressure of Encore in the rear view, Fourth Quarter gave Trent McClung a fresh take on a filming a video part. Switching things up on some unique spots, the battles stayed the same in the search for an ender.