New video from Polar Skate Co filmer Tor Ström

Prepare yourselves for an absolute belter from Polar Skate Co filmer Tor Ström.
‘Until Then’ is ten minutes in length which, by 2021 standards at least, qualifies it as a full lengther.
Filmed in various destinations closely related to the Polar Skate Co crew including Copenhagen, Malmö & Portland – this is too sick. No throw away straight-to-web crap here.
Featuring the Polar Skate Co heads like Ville Wester and Oski, Palace’s Heitor Da Silva and loads more – this is a tour de force of 2021 heads. Great filming, great editing, great music…are you getting the picture yet?

Polar Skate Co filmer Tor Ström

If Tor’s Polar themed banger above has whet your appetite for more things Polar – take your fingers for a wander. We’re fully stocked up with Pontus Alv goodies, so dive in.
Whilst we’re on the topic, it seems like a good excuse to reup a few of Pontus Alv’s pre-Polar cinematic releases as, let’s be honest, you’ve got nothing else to do.
I was going to say something facetious along the lines of ‘pornography being bad for your soul’ and how you should watch the below instead. Unfortunately, I just remembered that the opening sequence sees Pontus’ penis get a fair amount of coverage so hey ho. Consider that your trigger warning.

Strongest of the Strange was Pontus’ first solo project post his break up with sponsors Cliche.
It established the aesthetic that he took to his brand Polar Skate Co and thus, stands as a very important moment in global skate culture. If you’ve never seen it before, get comfy.
Once you’ve watched that, check out the second Pontus Alv film In Search of the Miraculous.
Again, I suppose this ought to come with a warning – you will see a dead body more than once.
There I said it, now go and watch this equally brilliant masterpiece from the Swede.
Big up Klez.

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