Everyday closer to Summer means there will be more East Coast skating to feast on. Nothing against the West Coast, but the more footage from the North East states recovering from the colder temperatures, the better. With that being said, all of the following videos showcase what we miss out on by not heading to the warmer side of the country.
It seems like March is the opening month of the skate season, when everyone skates their home spots and travels out to the ones they've waited all winter to get. With that being said, the end of March video collection features skating in NYC, SF, Austin, England/Spain, and China. Feed that need:
Starting on the West Coast - →
The Tweek blog has had a short hiatus but is back for the middle of March updates. Looking back over the past few weeks, these are the videos that stood out. Starting first with the relatively unknown company Polar Skate Co. headed by the one and only Pontus Alv of In Search of the Miraculous fame. Up →
This week is a little light, but the some solid video clips makes up for it. This is rolling around the internet with some attention but deserves a lot more. Independent releases Clint Walker's Raw Ams Edit. This is how Clint chills from 93' till:
Regardless of what you think of Jordan Hoffart (Im eyeing David Gravette on this →
With the release of Slap Magazine's 6th San Francisco Treat video (among many of our other posts) we thought it was time to compile them all and bring everyone who hasn't seen them up to speed. Here is 1-6. The media crew behind these are on top of their game. Enjoy:
The only →
The following videos were compiled over the first two weeks of February and they absolutely killed it. For the beginning of the year, I think we have the some of the best videos so far. First up has to be the Thrasher Magazine's Joey Digital Montage featuring Koston, Keegan, Brock, Donnelly, Plunkett, Nugget, P-Rod, Wieger, and BA, →
This week, we'll be keeping it short since everyone is going to Jamal's mom's wedding. Congratulations Jaunitsia! Let's start off with the latest video to premier this week. Quartersnacks Remix of Ishod Wair's Since Day One (presented by Real). Just watch the flow and check the technique - hangtime at 2:53 is ridiculous.
Thrasher brought this vid →
This week has a short list. Coming down first is Fatback Productions Habitat East Coast Tour. Mixed with B.A. skating from Silas Baxter Neal, Guru Khalsa, Jason Dill, Brian Delatorre, and Mark Suciu with special looks at the Poopfuck graffiti at 2:25, Milliones Middle school bank and the suburban pool spot from Pittsburgh, along with all around debauchery →
Jeremy Klein's long awaited interview is up at the Chrome Ball Incident featuring questions relative to leaving World Industries and Steve Rocco for Tony Hawk and Birdhouse, Klein's shared part with Heath Kirchart in The End, and his thoughts on the current state of skateboarding; further blowing minds with phrases like these :
Chrome Ball : How was it →
Forties Industry Clothing - hands down one of the best companies in skateboard history period. Founded by Tommy Guerrero in the 1990s, the brand's team roster was legendary and featured - Karma Tsocheff, John Cardiel, Ray Barbee, Frank Gerwer, Julien Stranger, Tommy Guerrero, Ethan Fowler, Jackson Taylor, Reese Forbes, and Mr. →