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Go Skateboarding Day 2022 video inspiration from Sam Mason and more

Tuesday, June 21st, 2022

Happy Go Skateboarding Day 2022 everyone! Hope you’re all well and enjoying the strange burst of sun.
It’ll never last obviously but, whilst it does, here’s some GSD inspo.
First up is Black Sheep family member, ripper, musician and destroyer of plexiglass Sam Mason.
This one dropped on the Vague Skate Mag a few days back and it’s a belter!
Filmed by Michal Busko and edited by none other than Joe Gavin, this is 4 minutes worth of crust embrace from Sam Mason. Filmed all over the UK, (with a number of Scottish gems peppered throughout), you’ll be hyped on this one, believe me. Big up Simply Shredd. Whilst you’re appreciating this flame-haired wonder, why not go follow the Instagram of the music collective he’s involved in? Check out @eandi_collective for gig info.

Next up is the lastest Vans Europe video entitled ‘Much Quiet’. I’m assuming the title’s a Covid reference as judging on a lot of the footage, this 30 minute banger was filmed primarily during the various lockdowns of the last two years in London and Paris. There’s a huge cast list of heads you’ll want to see in this one. Everyone from Helena Long to Palace Skateboards OGs Danny Brady and Rory Milanes come through with parts.
As always with Vans, there’s a lot of variety in terms of styles and despite it being nearly all ‘street’, there will be something for everyone. The YouTube upload is also chaptered and Sirus Gahan who made the vid has seen fit to disregard the current trend for not including skater’s names thankfully.
This one’s very on trend: lots of gaps to kerb tricks, slappy variations and weird trousers but it’s a banger.
Big up Vans.

 Go Skateboarding Day 2022 video inspiration from Sam Mason and more

Final Go skateboarding Day 2022 video inspiration for this post comes via the always reliable Real Skateboards.
You all already knew that Jimmy Wilkins is probably the most exciting vert skater to ever live, right?
Well, if you didn’t know that, or you need a reminder, peep his welcome to Real Skateboards part below.
It’s absolutely insane. The line which ends on the kickflip frontside boardslide alone is mind-bending and don’t get me started on the flat bottom revert mid run. Insanity. Our very own Harry Lintell even makes an appearance.
Go watch.

Go Skateboarding Day 2022 video inspiration from Sam Mason


Beyond the 3rd Wave Palace turns Charlie Birch and Kyle Wilson pro

Friday, November 12th, 2021

It’s fucking here: Beyond the 3rd Wave Palace – the visual stimulus you’ve all been gasping for. Were you one of the people who shouted in disbelief at their phone a few weeks back? “Why the hell has Kyle Wilson just chucked a kickflip and switch ollie over the wedge at SB on his Insta?” Was that you too?
Well, get ready to find out exactly why those two (at the time) monumentally ground-breaking Southbank bangers got lobbed on Insta.
Whether you love or loathe the triangular lads, nobody can question Palace Skateboards ability to up the ante, whilst taking the piss, time and time again.

Beyond the 3rd Wave Palace turns Charlie Birch and Kyle Wilson pro

With Beyond the 3rd Wave Palace have absolutely done it again – I defy anyone not to feel this. You might not be down for 80 quid hoodies or pink combat pants but you sure as hell will like all of this. I mean, you could pretend that it’s not good but you’d be a knobhead.
Palace skateboards’ two newest professionals bookend Beyond the 3rd Wave with Kyle Wilson opening things up. Classically trained on a diet of Mile End and Southbank, Kyle takes his supernatural pop and fucks shit up. Remember how shocked you were that the kickflip and switch ollie were posted on Insta? Wait till you see the two tricks that weren’t. Absolutely bonkers.

Beyond the 3rd Wave Palace turns Charlie Birch and Kyle Wilson pro

Following Kyle’s mind blowing opening part is a long montage of sorts with full (ish) parts from the likes of Rory Milanes and Heitor Da Silva, plus banging shorter clips from Lucas Puig, Shawn Powers, Chewy Cannon, Jahmir Brown, Lucien Clarke, Jamal Smith, Danny Brady and more. Special mentions also have to go out to Palace Skateboards OG Karim Bakhtaoui who makes a welcome return to the fold in Beyond the 3rd Wave, along with their newest recruit and Bromley ripper Savannah Stacey Keenan.

Fittingly, the curtains go to the second of Palace’s latest pros – the one and only Charlie Birch. Remember Charlie’s welcome to Palace clip? Refresh your memory here after watching Beyond the 3rd Wave.
Put simply – Charlie’s part is fucking AMAZING. Huge rails, lines, steez, Scouse banter. What more do you want? (You even get a Dave Mackey cameo chucked in for good measure). Charlie Birch‘s rise to fame is a text book example of how doing everything the right way, travelling, attending events and just generally not being a bellend can lead to great things.
We’re proud of you Charlie. Big up Lev and co for doing what we all wanted!

Kyle Wilson and Charlie Birch pro boards are in stock now – you know what to do! All that remains to be said is to muse momentarily on the tile.
Does Beyond the 3rd Wave refer to Covid? Is it a reference to Charlie Birch and Kyle Wilson representing the third wave of Palace? Or is it just a load of words thrown together? Who knows.
Go watch Beyond the 3rd Wave Palace have done it again.

Beyond the 3rd Wave Palace turns Charlie Birch and Kyle Wilson pro


March roundup: Ace trucks and Krooked skateboards

Sunday, April 25th, 2021

Steady month for videos so far with Ace trucks and Krooked skateboards surfing the momentum of Quasi’s April opener. First up (there) is a belter of a montage from Ace trucks featuring their diverse team. Enjoi’s Danish superhuman Didrik ‘Deedz’ Galasso opens it open with a brace of insane looking spots and a cameo from fellow Dane and Polar skateboards rider Ville Wester. What follows is 8 minutes of short contributions from the likes of Leo Baker, Max Palmer, Raven Tershay, Ronnie Sandoval, Palace skateboardsCharlie Birch and our very own Black sheep family member Harry Lintell. If this one doesn’t get you interested in swapping your undercarriage up and trying out Ace trucks then your eyes are probably made of chewing gum.

Next up is another unbelievably fantastic release from DLXSF’s Mark Gonzales led vehicle Krooked skateboards. ‘Magic Art Supplies’ is nominally an introductory vehicle for Krooked skateboards new blood Eddie Cernicky and Caleb McNeely, both of whom come through hard. Cernicky opens this 18 minute banger up with a brace of insane wallride tricks and heavy OG San Francisco spot lurking, (think China Banks, EMB and the hills). Caleb McNeely’s part serves as his official welcome to the team and delivers, with everything from 360 flips over full sized bins to a new variation for the weary JKown gap. Good shit.
There are little Gonz clips in between each part, some of which looked to have been self-filmed on his laptop, plus the best frontside invert you’re likely to see a 50 year old do this decade.

With the above said, whilst this is presented as an intro to Krooked skateboards newest riders, it is Krooked skateboards OG Mike ‘Manderson’ Anderson who takes the last 5 minutes with a full part of epic proportions. Despite being incredible forever, Manderson is a somewhat underappreciated and under the radar figure we feel, but this part will more than do the shouting that he’s too modest to do for himself.
Basically – fucking hell! You’ll know when you see it. Insane.

Go peep our huge range of Krooked skateboards if this one’s got your toes itching.
Enjoy the sun!

Krooked skateboards


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.


Mariah Duran and Jenn Soto for adidas skateboarding

Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

One tiny glimmer of hope and joy amidst the otherwise truly grim beginning of 2020 has been the prevalence of banging female skate clips.

This week saw the latest she-shredder banger drop courtesy of Mariah Duran and Jenn Soto for adidas skateboarding. Following last month’s amazing Credits video from Vans, the pressure was most definitely on for whichever big brand stepped up to the female skateboarding Oche next, but this Mariah Duran and Jenn Soto for adidas skateboarding piece more than came through with the goods.

For those of you unaware of this duo prior to watching this and shouting ‘Damn’ at your phone screen when Mariah did that fakie hardflip – here’s a super brief overview of them both.
Mariah Duran is pro for OG female-owned brand Meow skateboards, has won two X-Games golds and is generally pretty gangster. Check out her 2016 YWBHFT below for some more background. She’s gangster, she rips and you wish you’d filmed that bench line in the adidas skateboarding video above.

 

 

 

 

Jenn Soto, like Mariah, is a big name on the female skate scene, took first in the 2018 Street League finals in London and is equally gangster. These two can run adi trackies and shell toes with zero cosplay issues.
Additionally Jenn joined the Primitive skateboarding team in 2019, announced in the Testing II video, which is also banging and is conveniently embedded right below this.

 

 

Mariah Duran and Jenn Soto for adidas skateboarding

 

 

Along for the ride with Mariah Duran and Jenn Soto in the latest adidas skateboarding clip is Floridian ripper and now NYC local Samantha Narvaez – she’s underground now but she won’t be for long. Along with the three she shredders is Palace skateboards wonderboy Heitor Da Silva who throws in a few bangers to this clip too and gets the job done.
As we’ve mentioned his name – it’d be churlish really not to use this as an excuse to repost the amazing Palace video ‘Deeper Understanding’ that officially announced Heitor and our very own Charlie Birch to the team.

 

 

Enjoy the clips above, stay safe and, if this has whet your appetite for adidas proddy – check out our huge range of adidas skateboarding shoes and apparel here.


December top 3 – Atlantic Drift, Skate Cafe and Blondey

Tuesday, December 17th, 2019

It’s been a great month so far for UK-related video releases so here’s Black Sheep’s December top 3 – Atlantic Drift, Skate Cafe and Blondey.

 

 

First up, the latest in the Atlantic Drift series: Jacob Harris continues to disprove the tired moan that ‘the Internet is ruining skateboard videos’ by dropping yet another sublimely re-watchable clip via Thrasher Magazine.
The tenth Atlantic Drift sees the extended crew over in Russia sampling post-Soviet marble and some of the roughest looking bank spots this side of Blackburn. If you’ve watched the previous episodes of Atlantic Drift then you’ll know what to expect: if you haven’t – dive into the Atlantic Drift back catalogue here.
Once you’ve watched this month’s Thrasher cover star Tom Knox destroying Moscow, you could do a lot worse than to check out our massive range of Thrasher clothing (including a huge sale section) and/or pick yourself up some New Balance Numeric kicks and help support the dudes behind this pinnacle of Internet skateboarding. Who knows? They might even release them all on DVD one day.
Also, if you appreciate Photoshop comedy – go check out this Tom Knox/Mike Arnold merriment here.

December top 3 – Atlantic Drift, Skate Cafe and Blondey

 

 

 

 

Following that banger is the latest VX1000 drop from UK brand Skateboard Cafe entitled ‘Sonata’.
Coming in at a steady 10 minutes, this is another bog break worthy pause for anyone who has missed it so far.
Featuring the likes of Sam Nobbs, Ollie Lock, Francis Peters, Dom Henry, Korahn Gayle, Josh Arnott, Harry Ogilvie, Shaun Currie, Savannah Stacey Keenan and the stair chomping Layth Sami – this is Skate Cafe at its best: Bristol and London heavy, jazz music and archaic camera aesthetics. Can’t go wrong really.
Sit down and take a sip.

 

 

If you’re still hungry for UK related Internet enjoyment then look no further than Blondey McCoy’s first post-Palace skateboards full-lengther (well, Internet ‘full lengther’ at least).
Now you’re fucked if watching this makes you thirsty for a pair of his see-through adidas Skateboarding Superstar 80’s, as we sold out of them in 5 hours but, the video clip is still more than worth a watch.
He’s an divisive character is Blondey – to some he’s an over-privileged kid whose skateboarding is over shadowed by his fashion persona but, to just as many, he’s a UK based ripper following a sponsorship path almost unthinkable five years ago. Either way, he’s got a mean ollie impossible on him.
Still not keen on the Kanye track though…

With that said – whilst you can’t purchase his transparent skate shoes from us any more (unless there’s a post-Christmas re-stock) – you can still get yourself knee deep in solid adidas Skateboarding footwear as we have absolutely shed loads of it in stock.
Peep these Metropolitan adidas Superstar 80’s below for a similar vibe, only without the potential for showing off your verrucas.

Atlantic Drift, Skate Cafe and Blondey

If you’re still not satisfied then we strongly recommend that you jump straight onto Instagram and follow @meetatbenjys for a glimpse into Dan Magee’s massive archive of Blueprint skateboards VX1000 gold right now.

Over and out…
December top 3 – Atlantic Drift, Skate Cafe and Blondey


Deeper Understanding – Charlie Birch rides for Palace

Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

 

 

Yes, it’s officially true: Charlie Birch rides for Palace.
Now nobody likes to be one of those ‘I knew last week’ bellends but in this instance, I’m claiming it.
You’re not wearing Palace skateboards garms on the number one transmission outlet of skateboarding culture unless you’re riding for them, (well assuming you’re a sponsored skater, rather than just a P-Bomb fan).
As of this week, with the release of Deeper Understanding, the latest in a long line of extremely fucking good Palace online videos, (this time primarily filmed in Japan alongside the opening of their Tokyo store), the squealing Scouse cat has finally been let out of the bag.

 

Charlie came up the old way – by being an omnipresent teeth-braced face at every event across the UK from the age of 13, generally accompanied by his legend of a dad and/or brother Oliver. Never any bullshit with little man, no kiddy points, no lowered expectations – just pure, simple talent and determination with that distinctive Scouse willingness to go for it at all times.
With his recent switch from the Swoosh to Mackey’s captained New Balance Numeric squad and short (ish) time on Yardsale skateboards – the all new deep voiced Charlie had moved to London, started studying for a Business degree and set forth on a handrail slaying voyage that has led him to exactly where he should be – on Palace.
Now there’s plenty more to talk about as far as Deeper Understanding goes so I’ll cut to the quick here as regards Mr Birch. All praise and props to Charlie for never straying off the path of righteousness and continuing to rip as hard, and be just as nice as he was as a tiny kid, and major cap doffs to Lev and co for giving this beast the support he most definitely deserves (and for using Frankie Goes to Hollywood).
For the geeks amongst you, especially the M62 corridor related ones, know this: Charlie’s entire section is filmed on the hallowed ground of his native Liverpool and includes various classic Scouse spots such as Lime St station’s ‘they look good but they’re awful’ plastic ledges, a kinked rail previously only ever attempted by Scouse 90’s nutters Jon Newby and Nicky Ryan, the Pierhead and of course, those fucking awful stairs that Charlie grew up flinging himself down, (you also get a no push Dave Mackey line so what is there to not like?) One love to Liverpool.

 

 

Deeper Understanding - Charlie Birch rides for Palace

With Charlie’s props out of the way – a few words regarding the rest of this excellent video offering from Palace. Number one – it begins with a banger of a joint part shared between P-Bomb OG’s Lucien Clarke and Rory Milanes, both of whom manage to fuck up heavily guarded Japanese skate spots without being dickheads to the overly polite security paid to protect Tokyo’s futuristic architecture. Knucks there as we’re bored of seeing people act like wankers. Following that you’re treated to a brace of dope Danny Brady footage who, as the Palace TM, still finds time to rack up more footage than anyone else other than Charlie. Chewy Cannon, Benny Fairfax, Jamal Smith and Juan Savedra bring up the rear with short but deece appearances in a montage and then, after Charlie – Palace’s newer faces (along with honorary guest and Palace bro Evan Mock – dude who does the back 3) bring Deeper Understanding to a close. Heitor and Kyle are on the road to the very top of the skateboard game and this little shared piece in Deeper Understanding further cements that trajectory.

One last little moment of musing before I go: does the use of the Kate Bush song indicate a homage to Nick Jensen? Or is it a deliberate mind confuser for all of Palace’s younger fans who’ll probably go out and download a bunch of the UK’s most eccentric singer/songwriter off the back of this vid? Or, is it rather a light hearted jab at the amount of shit talked about Palace online by haters and acolytes alike via the lyric, ‘Turn to my computer like a friend…’ Who knows? Deeper Understanding though – deffo banger.
And so, that’s enough – go watch the video – if you fancy linking yourself with some Palace Skateboards product, hit the link here and if Charlie’s addition has put you in mind to purchase some New Balance to support – go check out our extensive range of NB Numeric stuff here.

Peep below for a look into Charlie Birch’s antics when he was about 2 foot shorter and 8 years younger via the excellent independent UK skate video ‘Albion’. Who would’ve thunk back then that in 2019 I’d be typing Charlie Birch rides for Palace…


Krooked Skateboards Mermaid video – Bobby Worrest alert!

Saturday, August 10th, 2019

 

 

If there’s one thing that DLXSF’s Gonz led brand Krooked skateboards can be relied on to produce, it’s banging video content. With a long back catalogue of releases including the only-on-VHS 2007 classic ‘Gnar Gnar‘, (which predated the current vogue for low-fi VHS skate videos by at least a couple of years) and skateboarding’s only ever 3-D video ‘Krook3d‘ to name just two – Krooked’s unique take on skateboarding has seen them quietly but solidly dominate the over-saturated skateboard airwaves since their inception.
Their latest straight-to-web piece – Krooked Skateboards Mermaid video serves up 10 minutes of new footage of most of the squad, (the originator and skateboarding’s own gaffer Mark Gonzales is sadly absent from this one) with a grip of footage from Brad Cromer, Matt Gottwig, Simon Jensen, Eddie Cernicky, Ronnie Sandoval, Felipe Bartolome and Mike Anderson, plus a 3 minute ender of a Bobby Worrest section and a fair few cameos including none other than Ray Barbee, (who’s rumoured to be riding for Krooked in some capacity after parting ways with Element recently).

 

 

As with everything Krooked put out – Mermaid is a cornucopia of skateboarding with everything from ditches, Ronnie Sandoval backyard DIY tranny carnage, and lines at what’s left of the infamous Justin Herman Plaza in SF (AKA ‘EMB‘) getting a shoeing from the Krooked warriors. Add to that a warm and enjoyable vibe, a banger of a soundtrack (who knew that the Tom Tom Club or HUM’s ‘You’d prefer an Astronaut’ would go so well with skating?) and a brace of Brad Cromer majesty and you’re basically laughing.
Put your phone down for a second, boy off the slow mo/trap music late flip clips and enjoy some realness.

 

 

Krooked Skateboards Mermaid video - Bobby Worrest alert!

 

 

As we’ve mentioned our appreciation for Krooked Skateboard’s previous video output it seems churlish not to throw a classic in here too, just so you can continue to bask in the Gonz-iverse following watching Krooked Skateboards Mermaid video. Scroll below and remind yourself of just how far ahead of the curve Gonz was with Gnar Gnar – long before Palace skateboards repopularised the VHS aesthetic, (and by doing so launched a million Instagram copycats), Krooked were releasing full-length VHS videos complete with obscure (ish) tracks by New Order and The Smiths. Damn well makes you think eh?

 

 

If you’re still keen for more from Krooked Skateboards – take your fingers for a wander around our extensive Krooked range, including everything from adidas Skateboarding X Krooked collabo merch, to Krooked decks, Krooked soft goods, cruiser wheels and of course, the classic Krooked Zip Zingers.
Now go learn eggplants.


Palace Skateboards Danny Brady

Friday, March 1st, 2019

 

Palace Skateboards Danny Brady

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With the latest delivery from Palace Skateboards we’ve seen fit to relate what’s somewhat globally known as a London brand ting and show our love for the Northern Skateboarding connection that is the legendary Danny Brady.

 

For those unaware of Danny’s Blackpool roots and country boy done good in the big smoke, read on for a brief history of the original skate rat master himself T’Brady!

 

Personelly I met Danny when he first ventured out of his hometown of the English Paris and made his way through the door of the then heavily sessioned Bones Bolton Skate Park. Turning up with his older peers of a crew he was a tiny framed, flee type skater on a mission from open till close. It wasn’t long after his regular jaunts down to the Pheonix Nights of skateparks that Brady was receiving his packages to pick up courtesy of Blueprint flow.

 

Not only was Danny honing his non-stop skate rat style skills at our place he was getting coverage in locally produced scene videos like Nige Cowell’s “Northern Lights” and getting his first invites on team trips with the mighty Blueprint Skateboards team. Remembering back to the 2000’s when we were experiencing the fondly known “Tony Hawk boom” period and Blueprint being hands down the pinnacle of all things UK skateboarding. This early conception of a brand can be related to the hype you see nowadays for all things Palace Skateboards, just maybe without the re-sellers and crazy global dominance of the Triangle. So basically Danny has always been in the right place in terms of team influences and over the years has proved his worth for long term shoe sponsor Lakai, Royal Trucks and Spitfire Wheels.

 

 

 

So following on Danny’s rise from baggy panted, fat shoe wearing days Blueprint did the honourable thing and created Blackpool’s own very first professionally recognised skateboarder. In this period of filming for the very, very highly regarded Blueprint Lost And Found, both Danny Brady and fellow yoot on the come up Nick Jensen were turned pro after the DVD release. Between the two above mentioned names the future of UK skateboarding was dragged kicking and screaming into a new world. Consistency of technical smooth skateboarding along with skate rat mentality’s these guys set the bar for a whole new generation of UK skaters. The deservedly pro status seen Danny spending more time away from the trams of Blackpool and more scouring the London underground system with probably Dan Magee in hot pursuit. This part joins the dots to where Danny now resides in the Big Smoke and with the fall of Blueprint only someone like Lev (Palace owner and instigator) could recognise Danny’s youth like ability to keep producing undoubtedly the finest of English skateboarding chic.

 

 

 

Spending so much time skating, smoking and residing in the original PWBC residence no one could of predicted the next chapter for Danny and the newly formed Palace Skateboards.

 

Over the past few years since Palace Skateboards inception Brady has gone from strength to strength footage wise. He’s of the rare breed when less is more keeps you hungry for more. Along with that Northern charm and general good head on his shoulders Lev’s seen fit to pass team manager duties over To Danny. Can only imagine the ‘fun’ he must have dealing/organising the UK’s most misfits of skateboarding team members since the early Flip team days. Yeah Chewy is highly relatable to the young Tom Penny and the TM crown for holding down such a tight ill crew is highly commendable to Brady who also holds his own in amongst the pro ranks.

 

 

 

If you’ve read this far you may be wondering why the reason for a random Palace Danny Brady blog piece… To be fair it’s a pretty simple answer as I’d just re-read the mighty fine Free Skate Mag Brady interview and also seen Palace Skateboards announced this morning a very app-laudable £5o,000 plus donation to the Long Live South Bank campaign.

 

For a more up to date and in depth take on Brady happening’s click the below image for the mentioned Free Skate Magazine Interview.

 

 

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Amongst the tiny island skate mentality you hear Palace have sold out but those ‘adults’ amongst us will firmly take our flat caps off and see Palace for what it really is and what it’s always been. One straight up no bullshit skate company taking the proverbial piss out of this fashionista world and supporting home grown talent like no other brand in the UK can do. Serious props to the whole squad for just keeping it real in an industry that only dreams of being this successful without sucking the proverbial corporate slong.

 

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Palace Skateboards – Betamaximum Palace – Hawaii Skate Trip

Wednesday, July 4th, 2018

Betamaximum Palace

 

The full Palace Skateboards team are back to bring you Betamaximum Palace. A year on from Palasonic (a skate edit filmed entirely on the streets of London) the boys have hit Hawaii. It’s obviously a pretty dramatic change of scene (mind you, in this heatwave apparently Hawaii is getting more rain than Manchester…). But the skating is just as good. And the animations are just as wavy.

 

And take note of Danny Brady skating Wallows. Which is the iconic ditch spot known for its place in The Search for Animal Chin. So look out for that as well as a few more famous spots. The video features a heavy crew of Lucas Puig, Shawn Powers, Rory Milanes, Danny Brady, Benny Fairfax, Jamal Smith, Juan Saavedra, Lucien Clarke and Chewy Cannon. Not forgetting some surprise Hawaiian locals.

 

Shop Palace Skateboards decks here: https://www.blacksheepstore.co.uk/palace-skateboards.html

 

 

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Now watch the video:

 

 

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