Tag: Chewy Cannon.

Heavy Hittaz, unhealthy diets, weed, big pop, and some Memphis rap. Why haven’t you pressed play yet?

Palace first went to Japan and then introduces a new guy on the team back in Britain. Good concept. Now, you might wanna see who it is, right!?

Feat.: Lucien Clarke,  Juan Saavedra, Rory Milanes, Dany Brady, Benny Fairfax, Chewy Cannon,  Jamal Smith, Heitor Da Silva & Evan Mock.

The wait is finally over we finally got a substantial amount of Chewy Cannon and Darius Trabalza footage. Grey does it the right way and shows us London the way we like to see it.

Featuring:
Dan Fisher Eustance, Cameron Gooden, Nelly Mayele, Benny Fairfax, Chewy Cannon, Taylor Lewis, Valentine Katz, Jin Shimizu, Darius Trabalza, Jake Royal and Glen Fox.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl5WGykWWUc

adidas’s big series of events in Paris also brought us a new video feat.: Lucas Puig, Heitor Da Silva, Magnus Bordewick, Kaio and a lot of others. Another video by Torsten Frank, who is really putting in work. Good Job!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-JABHgYjIw

You guys all know that we love Heitor but this video is about something else. Torsten Frank managed to get a couple of good MJ clips in Paris to our surprise and he’s looking pretty good on the board. There is still hope out there!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSb-SdBXMjA

adidas Skateboarding’s latest film introduces the team’s latest talent, Diego Najera. Directly inspired by “bloom of the Sakura;” the tones and hues of the film come courtesy of a special heat-sensing camera.

Feat.: Alec Majerus, Dennis Busenitz, Jack Fardell, Lucas Puig, Magnus Bordewick, Mark Suciu, Miles Silvas, Nestor Judkins, Nora Vasconcellos, Rodrigo Teixeira, Silas Baxter-Neal, Jake Donnelly, Chewy Cannon, Dennis Durrant, Gustav Tonnesen, Daewon Song, Klaus Bohms, Pete Eldridge, Tom Snape, Hiroki Muraoka, Brandon Nguyen, Shin Sanbongi and as mentioned above Diego Najera.

 

 

It’s here! “PALASONIC” is Palace Skateboards new full-length video, which they’ve been working on for the last seven years. Filmed entirely in London.

Featuring: Lucien Clarke, Lucas Puig, Chewy Cannon, Benny Fairfaix, Rory Milanes, Karim Bakhtaoui, Blondey McCoy, Charlie Young, Olly Todd and Torey Goodall.

https://youtu.be/z8dw9QHZ3fI

Adidas went all out for this one, almost the whole team came to the city of angels to skate and hang out. But even though all the heavy hitters were there it was the new addition to the team Magnus Bordewick who outshined everybody with his pop and non-conventional style. Norway keeps on giving us new and interesting skaters.

This is a office favorite! Chewy Cannon, Benny Fairfax & Blondey McCoy in “Away Days”. Not only the Lucien Clarke cameo is a highlight but also the three clearly different styles mixed together; maybe it’s a Palace thing:

https://youtu.be/SOsrt_TSIxA?t=34m8s

If you haven’t seen the video in whole, make yourself comfortable and skip back to the beginning:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOsrt_TSIxA

Ancient cameras, constant image flaws, kind of odd music, names in triangles and very exciting skateboarding. Yes, it is the new Palace full length! So hit the play button and find yourself in a modern world that is depicted like a throwback into the mid or late 90’s.

The time has come! Today Adidas Skateboarding’s biggest project Away Days has its online premiere and is available for the next 24 hours before you can buy it on itunes tomorrow. No more words needed. Enjoy!

While currently the premiers of Away Days are taken place all over the world the Far & Away episodes further on provide us with interesting insights. This time we can see how Dennis destroys his own backyard, Donnelly shows tremendous pop, and Nak runs the dice game.

This episode documents the stay of the Adidas team in London and shows some delicacies on rough English spots.

The fourth behind the scenes episode is about the mental and physical struggles the Adidas team riders had to face while filming a full part but it also shows some very nice appetizers for the Away Days video, as well.

The third installment leading up to the release of the new Adidas tomorrow in LA. This one is mostly about the international vibe of the team but since we already spoke on that lets just say that it is about Chewy Cannon. Chewy is one of the best! Why? Because he can do an ollie on flat ground in a line and still have it look better than your nollie tre flip, in addition to that he skates fast and on the nicest terrain. So yeah Chewy’s part is probably going to be one of the best in the video.

The second installment of the Far and Away series is here and it features one of life’s most important lessons, share your wealth and share your opportunities with other people so you can grow together.

If you by any chance missed the first episode click here to see it.

Adidas has joined the rubber toe cap bandwagon but somehow they managed to do it in their own inimitable way. The team is skating the shoe a lot, Puig’s insta feed has been full of clips of him skating this shoe and it is our opinion that if the team is skating a shoe it means that the shoe is good.

https://youtu.be/YDJU_pwbL3s

adidas Skateboarding just released their Superstar ADV model – an updated take on the classic design now with modern performance enhancements devised specifically for skateboarding. Take a look at this instant classic – the brandnew video lookbook features adidas teamriders Tyshawn Jones, Chewy Cannon, Benny Fairfax, Jake Donnelly, Dennis Busenitz, Raul Navarro, Nak-el Smith and Miles Silvas skating New York City as well as Miami:

https://youtu.be/bUdvmF4cRNM

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Since the early 90s, the adidas Superstar was the shoe of choice for street skaters. Recently honored skate legends Kareem Campbell, Joey Bast, Drake Jones and Richard Angelides were some of the first to skate in the iconic shoe that contributed to a trend that would last for nearly two decades.

While maintaining most of its outer aesthetic, the all new Superstar ADV was completely re-engineered for skateboarding. A closer look of the Superstar ADV reveals major performance upgrades beginning with a significant reduction of weight and bulk throughout the shoe’s leather upper. adidas also streamlined the traditional three stripes to lie flush along the shoe’s lateral and medial panels.

The Superstar ADV also features a combined sockliner and midsole into one ADIPRENE® drop-in piece for targeted impact protection in the heel and true board feel in the toe. The iconic rubber ShellToe protects and provides superior abrasion resistance, while the Vector Traction outsole lends durable grip for exceptional board control.

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The Superstar ADV will be available only through specialty retailers in the U.S. and the adidas Skateboarding website with an initial selection of classic color combinations starting September 1, 2015 and another set of collegiate color combinations on November 1, 2015.

Yeah, people don’t get us, they hate us sometimes cause some skateboarders still not uniform. Is that what skateboarding is about. Be free, do what you feel like. Being a street rat. If you’re a skateboarder, you can’t be afraid to have people hate on you.

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Skateboarders Lunch
Jeremy Reinhard, Michi Mackrodt and myself, Barcelona 2007

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Skateboarders Meeting
Lucas Puig and Crew, Toulouse 2012

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Cigarette Break
Dennis Busenitz and Benny Fairfax, Berlin 2014

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School’s out
Tyshawn Jones, London 2014

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Too windy to get the job done
Lem Villemin and Klaus Bohms, Copenhagen 2009

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Waking up after working hard
Gustav Tonneson, Berlin 2014

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Another hard day in the streets
Pete Eldridge, Barcelona 2009

“If my kids turn out like you guys, i’m gonna kill them straight!” – This is what a random person aid to us while we have been sitting on our boards eating.

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