Bringing you the latest and greatest skateboard news from the last week, including Thrasher Vacation in South America, a new GX1000 video and Jordan Quiejo's mind-blowing manuals.
After much deliberation the results of our CSC Real Street Easter Edit comp are now live! Big up everyone who entered, we really enjoyed seeing everyone getting creative with their tricks and editing, and of course congrats to the winners! You can check out the full results as well as all the edits over on the Blog.
Seriously big-brain skating from Aaron Yant in his new part filmed by fellow free-thinker, Shane Farber, with a load of absolutely bonkers stunts that you've definitely never seen before. A joint part from these two would absolutely slap.
While rail skating seems to have stagnated and got a lot less popular in recent years, there's still a fair few people out there who are able to keep things interesting by adding a bit of spice into the mix. One such chap is Joscha Aicher (don't worry we'd never heard of him either) who's come through with some 5D rail skating in his new 'Curveball' part to help expand your mind.
Oh lawdy. Treat your eyeholes to a two-wheeled masterclass from Swiss sensation Jordan Quiejo in his new part celebrating going pro for Studio, packed with a load of genuinely mind-boggling mannies executed with the utmost steeze. Some very rare ones in this.
Get your weekly dose of adrenaline with the new video from GX1000 featuring a solid assortment of downhill bangers from Chris Athans, Sean Greene, Jeff Carlyle and the rest of the gang.
Whole lotta legends in Argentina and Uruguay for the latest Thrasher Vacation with all-time greats like Ishod and GT laying down bangers on some dreamy South American spots.
Kyle Geldert's newest video for Tantrum Co, 'what are we', ticks a load of boxes with plenty of tasteful skateboarding from Tristan Rowean, Randy Navarro and the rest of the boys alongside a banger-filled soundtrack.
Good shit coming out of Atlanta in Worldformation's 'BACKPAIN' featuring a heavy squad of local homies laying it down at home in Atlanta and away on a trip to NYC. Justin Hearn absolutely kills it.
Charlie Munro delivers the goods in his new part for Primitive with five and a half minutes of powerfully executed tech captured beautifully by Quentin Guthrie.
Rowan Davis showcases his many talents in his new part, 'That One Riff', featuring his usual brand of spine-twisting stunts backed up by his new band, Come Sundown.
More Quasi goodness this week, this time taking the shape of a new Justin Henry part featuring his typically crispy skating and a very unconventional way to snap a deck. Geezer's style is absolutely clinical.
Nico Marti's videos are always a treat and his new Alan Bell part definitely passes the vibe check. Some excellent spot/trick selection in this one.
That's enough chit-chat though. Head to the shop to buy the latest skateboard decks, clothing, shoes and more from CSC. Or, check out more of the latest news, videos, and product reviews on the CSC Blog. Safe.