When you name your crew "Dynamite", you best come out with a serious bang. But luckily they've got Chris Joslin on board... so you do the math. Holy shit... Might as well have just called themselves "Atom Bomb", 'cause that's the level these dudes are skating at. Not even joking - this is gnarly.
Madagascar is 11,032 miles from The Berrics. Like us, you probably don't know anything about the country besides what you've seen in the animated movies. And judging from those movies, you sure as hell wouldn't expect any skateboarders living anywhere remotely close to that island off the Eastern coast of Africa — especially not skaters who nosegrind handrails or hardflip stairs. And somehow, despite all odds, Akaska proves they know exactly what making skate videos is all about... while only having a GoPro to film with, "spots" that don't really qualify as "spots", and an overall skate scene of a dozen or so people. This right here is skateboarding. Get stoked.
CODY MCENTIRE ON STONE WHEELS
Stone Wheels is proud to announce that they done caught a catfish: Cody McEntire is their newest pro rider. Watch their welcome to the team clip.
MATIX DITCH DAYS
Denim Built For A Lifetime
Matix ambassadors Turkey and Chase Stopnik take Matix Denim through their daily routine of building and shreddin' a fresh ditch spot.
"It’s not like going in to hurt someone. You want to win the fight for yourself… But, you have to go through that person in the ring to get to where you wanna be, you understand?” There ain't many British kickboxing champions who can nollie inward heelflip nosegrind ledges or nollie front heel picnic tables on flat. Likewise, there ain't too many sponsored skaters who can honestly say they hold the British ICO K1 kickboxing title belt. Actually, there's probably only one. Paul Regan has one of the more interesting stories out there and proves that beating the living shit out of someone and brutally massacring a skate spot are kinda, sorta one in the same. Who wouldda thought?
Not too sure what a Tetra is, but they straight up kill it. Out of San Antonio, Texas, this crew nails it on everything from skating to video production. That last trick (doe)...
We are happy to announce that the sequel to The Motivation is in the works. Get a sneak peak of what's in store and find out how you can support the movie.
With skaters from South Carolina, Southern California, and all over, Below E is a rad crew documented with insane production value. You'll recognize Jordan Grace from Chris Ray's REDirect video... Yup, even after the worst slam caught on film, he's still out there gettin' it.
This weekend... The Dew Tour is coming to Brooklyn. Watch it live at dewtour.com.