Dime dropped a new not-quite-a-full-length sized edit last Friday after deadline to celebrate their latest collaboration with Vans.
Some of 2021’s best skateboard “journalism” is coming from random guys with blogs.
- Heckride spoke with Jacob Harris about jellyfish, hucking, football, and calling it quits before stoking our appetite for a new Tom Knox part.
- 4ply broke down Jordan Taylor’s filmography by spots, tricks, dumpsters, cars, and pants color.
WKND’s newest am, Shintaro Hongo, has a wild part full of oververt wallrides, steep drop-in grinds, and impeccably-filmed lines through narrow alleyways. This one will definitely be on repeat for a while.
The ever-enigmatic Max Palmer walked us through the intricacies of the fountain spot near the Holland Tunnel.
Leo Gutman put out some of the best parts of the 2010s, including Spirit Quest and The Brodies, so we’re delighted to see he’s wrapped up another project for Vague Mag. Watch the full part and read the accompanying interview here.
Two things stood out to me after watching Super Kruto, Romain Batard’s new edit featuring the Rassvet and Vans’ teams: there’s still room to be surprised and enticed by skateboarders you know nothing about, and you can now instantly recognize spots anywhere around the world—even in Russia.