Traffic blessed the internet with Look Left to keep ya’ll occupied in quarantine. Hopefully you get to see the new video sooner rather than later.
Theories also blessed the internet with the New Jersey Minute section from Static III. Is this up there in the greatest minute-long parts? Gotta be, right?
Joe Hiddleson has been digging into his archives for footage of the Fairman’s team from the Sub Zero era. Check it out on his YouTube account and hit the subscribe button for more.
Ready to marathon some videos? This past week, Geoff Campbell uploaded Secky Presh, Cunnie’s Box, $21.50, Duncans @ Three, and Pass~Port’s Kitsch. Wash a decade’s worth of videos down with Geoff’s Free Skate Mag interview.
Chops dropped another amazing interview, this time with legendary photographer Gabe Morford. By the way, that feeble grind is in Atlanta, not Washington.
Luka Pinto, the unsung hero Eleventh Hour, has a new part full of hairball spots and fast, downhill lines.
More hairball spots in Jarne Verbruggen’s Professional Life part, if that’s your thing.
Muni lines abound in Jahmir Brown’s Venture clip.
Romain Batard took a bunch of straight-to-Instagram footage of the Carhartt team and remixed it into a mini video of sorts. Features Max Palmer, Sylvain Tognelli, Remy Taveira, Josh Pall, and more.
Pete from Bronze answered a few questions about 2020, a video absolutely worth revisiting.
Speaking of Instagram, it’s easy to scroll past some good videos hosted on Instagram TV. Strobeck posted some raw footage from the early aughts, including some gold of Pappalardo and AVE at Love Park, and someone posted the raw Jake Johnson footage from a cell phone video, of all things.