It’s not often that we’re able to see the most classic styles in skateboarding featured on screen for more than one or two 3 second clips these days. Although we’re force-fed a new online video piece every time a skater brushes his teeth, it seems like the only time we get to see the skaters with the most iconic, classic street styles it’s only with a quick guest clip here or there in a random montage. I think it’s often forgotten how powerful it is just to see some of these guys just skate, without analyzing the technicality of the tricks being done, or the number of stairs at the spot. The beauty of the Ride Channel “SKATE” show we’ve been doing is that we get to pick the skaters we want to feature and the pressure to focus on the level of tricks we film doesn’t exist. Jeremy Elkin helped us make it possible to get someone with one of the most classically dope street styles his own Ride Channel episode. And I couldn’t be more stoked.