Here’s our exclusive interview with Stereo Sound Agent, Alex Schmidt, covering his move to LA, living in a sex dungeon, becoming Internet famous, and joining Jason Lee’s science club. Check it out!
This week Aaron Smith brings you photos of Stefan Janoski from his Nike Chronicles video part.
Skateline lays into Gino Iannucci, Elissa Steamer, Forrest Edwards and a whole lot more. Who doesn’t look forward to these every week!?
The Swoosh is loose with some new Gino footage of him getting a couple clips around NYC then bumping into none other than tennis champ and wild child John McEnroe to collab on a redesigned classic tennis shoe for skating.
Nike just released a new website where you can design and build your own SBs. Go check it out and start designing. All the skate shoes are under the “Action Spots” tab.
Colin Kennedy, Leo Romero, Danny Brady grace this week’s Film Blog
The finished edit experience of what it was like for Eric Koston, Sean Malto, Omar Salazar, Stefan Janoski, Alex Olson and Paul Rodriguez to skate together every damn day as a crew in China, doing what they do best at some of the best spots in the world while experiencing the city and culture of Shenzhen.
Last night Nike opened their doors to their new Sixth and Mill private skatepark as well as launched Paul Rodriguez’s new shoe “P-Rod VI”. The party was put together fantastically by Nike and it’s affiliates with a maze, Nike history, photos, video, free food and drinks and a show by Killer Mike. Check out the photos from the event.
Nike has some bonus footage of Paul Rodriguez, Alex Olson and Eric Koston from their China trip. Be sure to check back on Monday for the release of their new commercial.
Quartersnacks was a little bro cam video of the Nike guys while they were in China. Check out the skating from Jon Humphries, Kaspar van Lierop, Eric Koston, Didi Liu, Daryl Angel, Alex Olson, Jeremy Hu, Theotis Beasley, Paul Rodriguez and Justin Brock.
Paul Rodriguez’s skate footage from China is now unlocked. Check out the shredding Paul did while over seas. Good stuff!
Paul Rodriguez has his full Roots In Impact interview as well as a his Lookbook over on the Nike site. Be sure to tweet #skateeverydamnday to unlock his China footage.