WHAT IT IS: The latest and greatest from the funky bunch at Circle F.
WHY YOU NEED IT: Foundation is in another great era, the team is stacked, and this video shows it. From The Nuge starting it off with his best footage ever to Duffel outdoing himself once again, the stunts and music are well matched. Don’t forget new recruits Abdias Rivera and Sierra Fellers, too. Or how about because Ethan Fowler has the last part!?
VOLUME 15, ISSUE 1
WHAT IT IS: This very first free version of 411.
WHY YOU NEED IT: Just ’cause it’s now available at skate shops for free doesn’t mean they’re getting cheap on the footage. Terell Robinson gets gnar, Jason Wakuzawa gets tech (nosegrind nollie lazer flip out), and Chad Bartie closes it out with the tranny destruction. And yes, the moment we’ve all been waiting for: Nate Sherwood’s debut video part.
WHAT IT IS: A Gonz inspired video featuring the Krooked team, Alex Olson, and Christian Hosoi.
WHY YOU NEED IT: Not only was this video filmed entirely on VHS cameras, it’s also being release only on VHS cassette tapes in a limited quantity. This may sound like something you’ll want to pick up just so you can throw it on eBay in ten years, but the skating, the filming, and editing is like nothing you’ve ever seen-and we mean that in a good way.
CRIME IN THE CITY
WHAT IT IS: City’s first video.
WHY YOU NEED IT: The pro team’s small and a little on the underground, but you can’t ignore the skating in Crime In The City. Dave Bachinsky throws down banger and banger; Alex Klein, Russ Milligan, and Tony Montgomery get super steezy with lines and mannys; and Jeremy Reeves gets the last part for obvious reasons.
ACID DROP MINI RAMP JAM
Recently added Consolidated am Kyle Berard won first place at Volcom’s Acid Drop Mini Ramp Jam in at January’s Surf Expo in Florida taking home $10,000. The crowd was in awe the entire contest-a ramp skaters it was the length of the mini ramp with extensions and a volcom stone shaped up-ledge