Bringing you the latest and greatest skateboard news from the last week, including Pop x Vans, Carhartt x Quartersnacks, and a new banger from always do what you should do.
Two certified powerhouses of the skateboarding world, Quartersnacks and Carhartt, have teamed up for a new clothing collab, which may not seem that exciting but it also means we've been treated to new Max Palmer footage which is much more important.
Pop Trading Co. and Vans have teamed up for a new collab which of course means a bangin' new edit from Jan Maarten Sneep and the boys, with a strong selection of stylish Dutchmen coming through with their signature blend of tech and creativity.
Treat your peepers to the latest video from always do what you should do, 'always was always will be', with a healthy serving of style from Bill Emmanouilidis, Simon Zuzic, Kyle Wilson, Calvin Ligono and mates.
Witness Kevin 'Spanky' Long, Colin Provost, Leo Romero, Matisse Banc and the rest of the Emerica crew on their tour round the UK, crushing countless iconic spots from Leeds to London.
Non-Dime-related good shit out of Montreal this week in the shape of Ian Tremblay-Murray's 'Number 3' video which stars a strong selection of talented homies.
After getting the pro nod for REAL the other week, Nicole Hause has just come through with a powerful new transition-heavy part to celebrate. Very well deserved.
'Turtle 3' is a bangin' new video out of Vienna that's well worth a watch, featuring a wide array of legends including Henry Gibbs, Jan Federer and more.
Get your fix of 90s nostalgia in the first 'After Hours' edit from Jess Wong, featuring Aleka Lang, Spencer Hamilton and Will Marshall bringing some serious sag to Vancouver.
Can't imagine anyone caring about Welcome in 2022 but their new 'Stuff in LA' edit's worth watching just for the Noah Mahieu footage. We love Noah Mahieu.
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