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  • ERIK BRAGG - SAS-EXPORT 01

    You could say that exporting is just a way for a filmer to take his raw vision and adapt for others to view. With that in mind, our version of exporting goes far deeper than just bits, bytes, and aspect ratios. We've invited five videographers to take part in a new series showcasing their creativity. Throughout the year, SAS-Export will bring you the visions of some of today's most exciting filmers, with no file size limitations and, most importantly, optimized to fit your eyes. 

     

    ERIK BRAGG - SAS-EXPORT 01

    You could say that exporting is just a way for a filmer to take his raw vision and adapt for others to view. With that in mind, our version of exporting goes far deeper than just bits, bytes, and aspect ratios. We've invited five videographers to take part in a new series showcasing their creativity. Throughout the year, SAS-Export will bring you the visions of some of today's most exciting filmers, with no file size limitations and, most importantly, optimized to fit your eyes. 

     

  • ELEMENT - WATERPROOF - Phil Zwijsen

    Belgium’s Phil Zwijsen (pronounced [/z'widʒ's(ə)n/]—does that help? Rhymes with "ridge sin") has a thing for rain. The Element pro’s latest part is a one-hundred percent wet and wild adventure of slippery proportions, taking our biggest barrier to fun and making it our ally instead. We always knew that Phil [\’fil\] had his head in the clouds.

    The first seeds for “Waterproof” were planted after Phil filmed an edit for us at Element’s Make It Count in Norway in 2013 (“Hydroplane!”). He shared his idea for an all-rain skate part with Element and it was a done deal. And it just doesn’t get any more perfect than that: “Skateboarding in the water, brought to you by Element.” The company is known for promoting creative approaches to skating, inspiring the community with unique projects. But with “Waterproof,” Element and Phil Zwijsen attempted to tame skateboarding’s once invincible nemesis—weather—and they rode away clean. A little soggy, but clean.

    Check out the Phil Zwijsen Waterproof deck (part of his first-ever signature collection) in The Canteen.

    ELEMENT - WATERPROOF - Phil Zwijsen

    Belgium’s Phil Zwijsen (pronounced [/z'widʒ's(ə)n/]—does that help? Rhymes with "ridge sin") has a thing for rain. The Element pro’s latest part is a one-hundred percent wet and wild adventure of slippery proportions, taking our biggest barrier to fun and making it our ally instead. We always knew that Phil [\’fil\] had his head in the clouds.

    The first seeds for “Waterproof” were planted after Phil filmed an edit for us at Element’s Make It Count in Norway in 2013 (“Hydroplane!”). He shared his idea for an all-rain skate part with Element and it was a done deal. And it just doesn’t get any more perfect than that: “Skateboarding in the water, brought to you by Element.” The company is known for promoting creative approaches to skating, inspiring the community with unique projects. But with “Waterproof,” Element and Phil Zwijsen attempted to tame skateboarding’s once invincible nemesis—weather—and they rode away clean. A little soggy, but clean.

    Check out the Phil Zwijsen Waterproof deck (part of his first-ever signature collection) in The Canteen.

  • DOUBLE TAPPED - September 23, 2016

    So much good skating gets posted everyday on Insta. Some clips are so insanely good that a few years ago, they could've been legitimate video part enders. But the nature of Instagram is to be of the moment—to be instant. As a result, these clips get forever lost in the black hole of Insta's infinite scroll. "Liked" once and forgotten. Double Tapped is our way of slowing down the ever-growing feed to reflect. These are the clips that stood the test of time over the past 7 days and deserve a rewatch. Tag @berrics and hashtag #BerricsDoubleTapped on your Instavids for a chance to get in next week's Double Tapped.

    DOUBLE TAPPED - September 23, 2016

    So much good skating gets posted everyday on Insta. Some clips are so insanely good that a few years ago, they could've been legitimate video part enders. But the nature of Instagram is to be of the moment—to be instant. As a result, these clips get forever lost in the black hole of Insta's infinite scroll. "Liked" once and forgotten. Double Tapped is our way of slowing down the ever-growing feed to reflect. These are the clips that stood the test of time over the past 7 days and deserve a rewatch. Tag @berrics and hashtag #BerricsDoubleTapped on your Instavids for a chance to get in next week's Double Tapped.

  • ZUMIEZ BEST FOOT FORWARD - Episode 13

    The last three Zumiez Best Foot Forward contests went down last month in the Pacific Northwest and Canada, and riders from Dwindle joined in the fun! Zero’s Jamie Thomas and Tommy Sandoval, Almost’s Cooper Wilt, and enjoi’s Caswell Berry, Cairo Foster, and Zack Wallin, were all ripping alongside the contestants in Portland, Vancouver, and Seattle. They capped off the whole trip with a bang at the Zumiez HQ in Seattle.

    There are only two more days until the Zumiez Best Foot Forward Finals in Seattle on Saturday the 24th (click here to RSVP). The Finals will feature all of the local winners from the 37 BFF contests this year. Best foot forward, indeed!

    ZUMIEZ BEST FOOT FORWARD - Episode 13

    The last three Zumiez Best Foot Forward contests went down last month in the Pacific Northwest and Canada, and riders from Dwindle joined in the fun! Zero’s Jamie Thomas and Tommy Sandoval, Almost’s Cooper Wilt, and enjoi’s Caswell Berry, Cairo Foster, and Zack Wallin, were all ripping alongside the contestants in Portland, Vancouver, and Seattle. They capped off the whole trip with a bang at the Zumiez HQ in Seattle.

    There are only two more days until the Zumiez Best Foot Forward Finals in Seattle on Saturday the 24th (click here to RSVP). The Finals will feature all of the local winners from the 37 BFF contests this year. Best foot forward, indeed!

  • MALTO - Ancleow

    Several years ago a serious ankle injury sidelined Sean Malto, turning his world upside down. His path to rehabilitation has been long and arduous—and it’s ongoing. In this third chapter of “MALTO,” Sean opens up about the challenges he’s faced since the injury. Relearning tricks and being forced to limit his time working the damaged ankle has been a frustrating exercise for Sean, but the process has helped him see skateboarding—and its mental and emotional benefits—in a whole new light.

    MALTO - Ancleow

    Several years ago a serious ankle injury sidelined Sean Malto, turning his world upside down. His path to rehabilitation has been long and arduous—and it’s ongoing. In this third chapter of “MALTO,” Sean opens up about the challenges he’s faced since the injury. Relearning tricks and being forced to limit his time working the damaged ankle has been a frustrating exercise for Sean, but the process has helped him see skateboarding—and its mental and emotional benefits—in a whole new light.

  • HEADCOUNT - 09.22.2016

    Every day your favorite skateboarders enter our revolving doors like clockwork, learning new tricks, shootin’ the shit, partaking in impromptu battles, and anything you could expect from a skateboard hub. Seriously, there's so much to be captured, whether it's skateboarders from opposite ends of the Earth exchanging trick tips, to marveling over the styles from coast to coast, anything and everything, we don't want a single perspective slipping through the cracks. So, you know what? We're shining some light on the everyday moments to give you a glimpse into our revolving doors, so you can see who's walking through them! HEADCOUNT!

    HEADCOUNT - 09.22.2016

    Every day your favorite skateboarders enter our revolving doors like clockwork, learning new tricks, shootin’ the shit, partaking in impromptu battles, and anything you could expect from a skateboard hub. Seriously, there's so much to be captured, whether it's skateboarders from opposite ends of the Earth exchanging trick tips, to marveling over the styles from coast to coast, anything and everything, we don't want a single perspective slipping through the cracks. So, you know what? We're shining some light on the everyday moments to give you a glimpse into our revolving doors, so you can see who's walking through them! HEADCOUNT!


  • The latest REAL artist series is a truly zen experience with Temple of Skate's Mister Tucks.

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