Tag: Shin Sanbongi

You know what you are getting when Chris Mulhern is behind the lens but what Shin Sanbongi brings to the table was still a slight mystery.

A mystery that through this part is slowly unraveling now, please press play and enjoy.

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.

A very nice video featuring a very surprisingly fun line by a SOTY that doesn’t always get the credit he deserves. We also have lot of Paul Shier footage but no tricks!?

Anyway, some great work by the people over at Monster Children.

Featuring:

Alec Majerus, Silas Baxter Neal, Dan Mancina, Diego Najera, Dennis Durrant, Jake Donnelly, Frankie Spears, Brad Saunders, Shin Sanbongi and Kento Yoshioka.

Silas Baxter Neal might be the most overlooked SOTY and that is such a shame! Watch the oceanic /// team skate through their homes.

Do you need a text to accompany this post? Are you even reading this? Press play and see if Pontus finally blew it this time or if he, in fact, came through again!

Photo by Matt Price.

As you all know we were in Malmö for the Skate Malmö Street 2018. Instead of standing on the sidelines like we normally do our editor in chief Daniel Pannemann had the idea that we should compete!
And so we gathered a crew and documented things from the inside. We did not know that this would actually mean that we would get documented by one of our favourites Nils Svensson.

Nils was actually the one who invited us to document and take part so in a sense he rounded out the (vicious) circle by shooting us in action.

So instead of rehashing our own Insta-videos, we present to you Nils’ SMS ’18 Photo-recap

Day 1: Källan Open by Polar Skateboards

Day 2: Some highlights of the SMS 18′ in action.

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Day 3: Even Nils was too tired to really shoot so instead you get a single highlight by Shin Sanbongi!

If you want to see more or look at what our SOTY’S did at the SMS ’18 click here.

All photos by Nils Svensson.

Text by Roland Hoogwater.

One of our favorite filmers, Tao Ström took some of his boys to one of France’s most dangerous cities. But in the end, Romain Gonzalez, Shin Sanbongi, Andrew Wilson, David Stenström, Nils Svensson and Tao himself escaped with good times and some great footage.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSb-SdBXMjA

adidas Skateboarding’s latest film introduces the team’s latest talent, Diego Najera. Directly inspired by “bloom of the Sakura;” the tones and hues of the film come courtesy of a special heat-sensing camera.

Feat.: Alec Majerus, Dennis Busenitz, Jack Fardell, Lucas Puig, Magnus Bordewick, Mark Suciu, Miles Silvas, Nestor Judkins, Nora Vasconcellos, Rodrigo Teixeira, Silas Baxter-Neal, Jake Donnelly, Chewy Cannon, Dennis Durrant, Gustav Tonnesen, Daewon Song, Klaus Bohms, Pete Eldridge, Tom Snape, Hiroki Muraoka, Brandon Nguyen, Shin Sanbongi and as mentioned above Diego Najera.

 

 

If you have Patrik Wallner involved in a project you can be sure that the picture will be interesting and definitely not like any other, “The Splits” is showing Patrik’s way of seeing things.

This film features: Shin Sanbongi, Kota Ikeda, Laurence Keefe, Yoshiaki Toeda, Issei Kumatani, Seimi Miyahara, and Hiroki Muraoka.

The DirtBagCrew went on a trip to Japan. Check out HUF team riders Josh Matthews, Brad Cromer, Matt Gottwig, Dick Rizzo, Jake Anderson and as it seems, a fully recovered Austyn Gillette, shred through Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo. Also featuring special guest Shin Sanbongi.

Patrick Wallner, seines Zeichens Weltenbummler und passionierter Filmemacher hat sich mit dem japanischen Vans Team um Haruka Katagata, Yuki Shigeto, Hiroyuki Matsuo und Shin Sanbongi auf eine Reise nach Taipeh in Taiwan begeben um diesen Clip zu produzieren. Die vier Jungs machen sich mit viel Style und guter Trickauswahl über teils doch ziemlich skurrile Spots her – so sieht modernes Streetskating im Jahre 2014 aus.

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