Is there a better way to kick off Epicly Later’d fifth year than doing a video on Arto Saari? I didn’t think so. Check out this trailer and keep your eye’s peeled for the first video. Shit’s going to be good!
Derek Fukuhara has been killing it for years. This video is a small taste of how good he really is. Check him out killing KAYO’s Da Playground.
NikeSB sales rep, Nick Halkias has one of the most insane collections of skateboards and other skate memoribilia that we’ve ever seen. Nick was kind enough to let us raid his condo which doubles as his skateboard museum. So, get ready to see every 80s and 90s board you ever dreamed of having from World Industries, Blind, SMA, Santa Cruz, G&S and more. Check out part 2 of 5.
Check out this really cool video about Oscar Loreto Jr. who was born with a congenital birth defect that hindered the development of his left foot and both hands. Oscar began skateboarding to prove to himself and others that he would persevere and rise above his challenge.
Heel Bruise has a rad little commercial of Billy Davenport. This dude is so good! Check out some bangers and tech lines.
Lurkville put out a little video from their trip to AZ for Phx AM. Video featuring shredding by Dolan Stearns, Brendan Keaveny, David Cobb, Chris Larue and Ben Gardner.
Cliché has their 2012 hard goods catalog video up which is narrated by Reda. Check out the cool new products and have a laugh with Reda talking shit.
Skateboarder Magazine’s Warm Up With Andrew Elliott. We had a little bbq the other day out back and our friend Andrew came out and got a sweet little line.
Say what you will about Lil Wayne but that dude just loves to skate! Check out this rad/funny little clip 5Boro filmed at his house. Good stuff.
Reign skate shop but together a cool little video of Tom Asta and Ishod Wair skating around Philly. They skate some pretty rad spots I’ve never seen before.
Stereo AM Tommy Fynn handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com
The Eswic team destroys the Active Park. Check out this video with Leo Romero, James Hardy, Cairo Foster, Donovon Piscopo and Ed Templeton.