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Nike SB Constant – new Nike SB video with heavy UK presence

Thursday, June 3rd, 2021

Nike SB Constant, what’s in a name eh? Constant as in ‘constantly releasing content’? Constant as in, ‘fuck Covid, Nike SB are still out filming?’ Maybe even, ‘Nike SB Constant, because there are mad rumours online’. I’m guessing it could be any/all of the above to be honest. If you pay attention to Instagram comment threads or the Slap forum then you might be aware of some of these Swoosh developments. Global brand leads moving on, ex Blueprint pros leaving, Olympians not wearing Nikes any more, etc.
Ultimately none of the above really means that much to the likes of you and I but it’s always interesting to speculate isn’t it?

Nike SB Constant

Nike SB would’ve been hard-pressed to drop a stronger two finger salute to the scurrilous rumours mentioned above than
with this video. This piece serves up 30 minutes of severe pisstake skateboarding. And when I say ‘pisstake’ I genuinely mean it.
This has to be hands down the most inclusive and diverse video Nike B have ever put out. From massive transition to manuals, a truly eclectic squad guarantees this a spot on the ‘web clips that qualify as actual videos’ list.
Grant Taylor kicks things off and shares the intro with Eric ‘I’m funny honestly’ Koston before Primitive ubermensch Carlos Ribeiro blows the doors off. This dude is supernaturally talented – so much innovative rail tech, crazy lines and the most composed style. Truly astounding. Sean Malto pops up during this barrage of Brazilian technicality, (weirdly set to a remix of Kenny Reed’s tune from New Deal’s ‘Seven Year Glitch’) but whatever: it’s cool to see Malto back again.
From there we are straight into an epic UK section featuring Atlantic Drift and Swoosh representatives Kyron Davies, Korahn Gayle, Casper Brooker, Kyle Wilson and Chris Jones. This is amazing to see – all five hold their own amidst probably the heaviest Nike SB video ever made so mad props to the lads. Buy Korahn a pint next time you see him.
Following the Uk contingent is Daan van der Linden who has been stuck on the injury bench a lot since joining Nike. As such, I’m unsure whether the footage on Nike SB Constant is old or new but either way, it’s a reminder why he’s just dropped his own fishing themed shoe. Ridiculous.
The bangers just keep on exploding with a solid Australian section featuring all manner of heads. Likewise, Nike SB’s female team get plenty of shine with Nicole Hause in particular dropping heavy street and transition footage alongside Elissa Steamer BGPs. Can’t ask for more can you?
Rightful holders of the Nike SB Constant curtains are Polar Skate Co pro and qualified Swedish Olympian Oski and the superhuman Grant Taylor. It’s pointless to even begin to try and express how off the charts this section of the video is. Jaw dropping, literally. Just go watch it – you’ll soil yourselves.

Nike SB Constant


New video from Polar Skate Co filmer Tor Ström

Friday, January 22nd, 2021

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.


Oski Rozenberg – Nike Sb Elite Squad Edit

Thursday, May 18th, 2017

 

Polar Skate Co rider Oski Rozenberg comes through with his first full length edit for Nike Sb and holy hot dogs it doesn’t disappoint!

Been a huge fan of his work from various sections he’s put out and some of his now infamous Instagram clips are embedded in our brains. So, so rad to see this absolute ruler from Sweden come out of nowhere a few years ago to putting out a banging part for shoe giants Nike Sb. Watch below and try figure out how he even attempts some of the stuff on some of the most ridiculous terrain possible. Sure they’ll be plenty more to come from Oski as you know Polar Skate Co have his back and with his Nike Sb travel budget I’m sure the non stop Global assault will continue.

 

 

 

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