A few of the Berrics staff recently went to Barcelona with the DC crew to skate in the streets and at the DC Embassy. Thanks to Ruben and everyone at DC for being such gracious hosts. Here is the story behind the Embassy. SPOILER ALERT: there's a ton of great skating in this edit. Enjoy.
360 hippie jump over Mikey, eyes closed switch tre, filmer steez... Nuf said.
It was Tommy's first time entering the DC Embassy and was he given a chance to warm up and feel it out? Absolutely not. He was put to the test to hit the biggest rail there with a tall order...
Ryan Sheckler has been riding for Etnies for 15 years which means he started riding for them when he was in the single digits. To every single one of you, including you old, bitter pros, who talked a lot of smack just a few years ago, not one single thing you said or did or tried to persuade people of made a single difference. In 50 years from now, Ryan Sheckler will be remembered for being one of the toughest, one of the gnarliest, one of the nicest guys you could ever meet. Congratulations Etnies. Congratulations, Ryan. Here's to another 15. - sb
Don't you just love it when good people do good things for good people? Levi's and Board Rescue got together and made some magic happen.
DC riders Davis Torgerson, Wes Kremer, Josh Kalis, and Cyril Jackson honor the release of the new DC X Familia collab shoe by heading to Minneapolis to shred the streets and the Familia training facility. Hell yeah.
There's been countless games of skate at the Berrics throughout the years but this very well could be the first ever 'pro with flow renegade tag team battle'. It's confusing, I know... but that's what makes it awesome.
There are few guys out there who have more control over a skateboard than Ronnie Creager. He'll flip in/flip out, jump down huge gaps, dance on ledges, manual forever, you name it... he's got it. And you know what, he's had it for 20+ years!!!