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What can we say except, that we have been waiting for something like this for a long time. Christmas isn’t far of but still, this is an early gift. So thank you, Johnny.

Starring:

Nik Stain, Cyrus Bennett, Max Palmer, & Andrew Wilson.

Nike SB put our friend and really good skater Didrik Galasso on a plane and shipped him over to New York City.

The big apple seemed to surely stoke out an already very hyped Deedz. We guess surfing with Alex Olson will do that to you.

Romain Batard made it onto what we consider one of skateboarding best platform with his remix of the Carhartt WIP socials videos. Chapeau to all parties involved.

After the success of 1one1 & 2two2, we now have Sean Dahlberg’s third installment 3three3 to watch.

Check out all the 917 crew + some bonus people by pressing play.

Power, that is the word the comes to mind when we talk about the video but specifically when we think about Caleb Barnett. Quirky and in the margins are the words we chose for Max Palmer & reckless for Cyrus’ performance.

All in all our favorite part of the Trust Fall project so far.

Alex Olson’s Nine One Seven just released its second full length video and it is full of gems. Do yourself a favor and click play. We already did it a few times by now.

Nike SB just dropped one of their newest and most important projects of the year “Trust Fall” featuring some of the best and one of the most legendary people in skating.

Watch:

Blake Carpenter, Daan Van Der Linden, Donovon Piscopo, Kyron Davis, Caleb Barnett, Casper Brooker, Karsten Kleppan, Cyrus Bennett, Max Palmer, Sean Malto, Andrew Wilson, Nik Stain, and Stefan Janoski.

Johnny’s first skate clip in a while and it is a good one!

The best thing about the internet skate video revolution is that it brings us, skaters, that might not be “pro-level” but that do make you want to go out and skate.

Genesis Evans is one of those skaters, a little Alex Olson cameo doesn’t hurt either.

As the drifter keep on drifting further away from the shores they started at, we ask ourselves where to next?

This most recent Hawaiian edit might suggest that Jacob Harris will start to steer the ship east. Now that could be interesting!

Big companies like Nike is that they have a lot of stuff crammed in a year, from the Australian “Medley”, a 58 Blazer to the Hockey collab and now a southwest trip for the new styles of the Blazer. All these projects have different people involved in front of and behind the lens. Which means that everybody gets to like their version of the SB division.

This newest edit was filmed and edited by Tor Ström, who is from CPH and went to Malmö’s Bryggeriet school. So putting him with Hjalte, Oski, Hugo and Ville makes a lot of sense to us because we feel that touring with your friends brings out the best! Thus allowed this to become one of our favourite SB videos of 2018. Now please press play!

Nike SB and Quartersnacks collaborate again and the third time’s a charm. We all know winters in New York can be tough but Antonio makes it seem like light work.

Most of you saw the 917 video and as with almost any “big” video nowadays multiple filmers where involved in making that project become a reality. 2two2 provides us with the perspective of Sean Dahlberg the person who actually filmed those tricks. Enjoy!

NYC’s Genesis Evans went to L.A. and brought home some clips he put together to this film feat.: Max Palmer, Sean Pablo, Hjalte Halberg, Jesse Alba, Vincent Touzery & more.

Frog Skateboards & Hjalte Halberg 😍 a match made in heaven.

Also featuring: Hjalte Halberg, Jesse Alba, Chris Milic, Aaron Loreth, Andrew Wilson, Max Palmer, Genesis Evans, John Francomacaro, Daniel Kim, Conor Prunty, Frankie Decker & John Gardner.

Finally, something we have been waiting on for a long time: the first full-length video presentation from Alex Olson’s Call Me 917. Now we are not going to give you a full video description but we will give you at least a few of our highlights.

First off, Alex Olson skates to a Rap Song by Nakel Smith, Secondly, the video consists of the team and their friends and last but not least, the soundtrack feels like a cross between an Anti-Hero video and Tony Hawks Pro Skater 2’s score.

Honestly, go watch the video. It is not what we expected, it is better: