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Ishod Wair the GOAT, Baglady supplies and Grey Area Polish enders

Sunday, March 27th, 2022

Any month that sees a new video part dropping from Ishod Wair the GOAT is welcome, right?
Fans of Real skateboard‘s finest are not going to be disappointed here. Prepare your souls for ten minutes of new footage from a man who absolutely deserves the oft-overused appellation of Ishod Wair the GOAT.
It’s almost inconceivable to think that Ishod won Thrasher magazine’s coveted SOTY 9 years ago (back in 2013) and yet is still going in this hard. Pure natural ability and work ethic combined: it’s that simple.
So much incredible skating here and loads of extremely cruisey lines too, well, ‘cruisey’ for Ishod, not for everyone else obviously. Tech, rail gnar, style – what more do you want?
Extra lelz available in this one too with Ishod running various pairs of Nike SB Dunks that’ll make the StockX reseller heads cry. “Ben & Jerry Chunkys? Yeah just kickflipped the shit out of them mate – go resell them if you like, they’re in the bin.”

Ishod Wair the GOAT

Next up on the ‘videos that have jumped out at us this month’ list is the premier release from UK-based Baglady Supplies. According to their website, Baglady is a ‘brand from South East London’ who appear to be making boards and a huge range of clothing and accessories. I’m hoping that Daryl Dominguez has a hand in it business-wise as he has been dangerously overlooked by the skate industry (outside of Vans) for far too long.
Anyhow, peep below for more from Double D, Davide Holzknecht, Luka Pinto, Aref Koushesh, Tom Delion, Henry Gibbs, Ranga and Joel Banner. This is a banger.

Finally, or as they say in Poland, Wreszcie, we come to the latest release from the ever productive Polish skate crew behind the Grey Area videos. The rather aptly titled ‘Push Button to Destroy the World’ is the latest from Poland’s premiere lensman Kuba Kaczmarczyk and features a heavy cast including The National Skateboard Co pro Michał Juras, Finland’s Eniz Fazliov and various others. Whilst the whole piece is great, special attention must be directed towards Agata Halikowska’s last section which bangs. Big up Poland!

Ishod Wair the GOAT