Bringing you the latest and greatest skateboard news from the last week, including Jack Steele in Kiitos, Jordan Trahan in New Orleans and Ishod in Europe.
Jordan Trahan takes his New York-honed style to a load of rugged spots in his hometown of New Orleans with a strong selection of cellar door-esque spots that Puleo would be proud of. The part even features a guest appearance from fellow New Orleans local, Philly Santosuosso, who, until now, I had no idea was from New Orleans. You learn something new every day.
Austyn Gillette continues his quest to single-handedly make Globe cool with his new 'Know You My Own Way' part which features countless impeccably executed stunts, including the footage of his ludicrous switch tre over the now infamous fire hydrant from his recent Thrasher cover.
Yet another bangin' new edit from the Limosine crew to coincide with their latest collection, '6drop' features the whole squad in action before Noah Mahieu brings it home with a mind-blowing last part. Don't forget to check out the latest Limosine goodies which are available now over on the store!
Whole load of UK legends in Alan Glass' new 'Kiitos' edit, including parts from Aaron Jago, Amy Ram, Seb Batty and CSC's very own Jack Steele who takes his pristine tekkers to a load of spots around the UK and EU. Good shit!
Always a treat seeing what the Hongo bros have been up to and Masaki Hongo's new part in Rob Taro's upcoming 'Timescan 2' has everything you could hope for, from knee-shattering drops to quick-footed ledge tech. Hyped to see more from this!
The stylish Spaniard, Javi De Pedro, has absolutely smashed it with his new part in 'Black Lodge', coming through with an eclectic mix of well thought-out bangers and some absolutely bonkers enders at Valencia's iconic MUVIM spot.
Not wanting to upstage the newly-crowned Skater of the Year on his celebratory trip, Ishod has patiently waited several years to release his own standalone edit with all the footage he stacked on Mason Silva's SOTY trip. What a nice guy.
More goodness from the George family this week, 'Good Luck' is a new Merseyside-based edit courtesy of Luke George. These guys are seriously in the running for UK's most productive family.
Typical green-tinged gnarliness from the whole Emerica squad in their new clip welcoming Aussie rail chomper, Rob Pace, to the squad with a thumpin' pre-Taco Bell Turnstile soundtrack