Slicks are back! Go ask your stepdad about them... or watch the enjoi boys try to explain it.
He’s from Spain, so you know he was born with incredible board control powers, but Fran packs plentiful pop and an effortless style into his arsenal for something altogether special. Almost welcomes Fran to the team with this banging intro part...
Part 2 of the summer Euro trip with Chris Haslam, Ryan Decenzo, TJ Rogers, Wieger van Wageningen, Zack Wallin, Tommy Sandoval, Flo Mirtain, and German riders Patrick Zentgraf and Matze Wieschermann.
Louie took the “anything goes” concept of In Transition and scaled it down, way down, to his own backyard. When your career is marked by decades of having fun, blasting your Bone Air for In Transition is the logical next step.
Daewon Song, Kareem Campbell, Shiloh Greathouse, Enrique Lorenzo, Sam Devlin, & Maurice Key. The World Industries section from "Trilogy." Originally released in 1996.
[Original Footage From The Master Tapes]
Billy Valdes, Fabian Alomar, Joey Suriel, and Steven Cales in the Menace section from "Trilogy." Originally released in 1996. [Original Footage From The Master Tapes]
Norwich, England’s Sam Beckett chose one of North America’s most unique skateparks for his In Transition part. Louisville Skatepark has a little bit of everything, giving Sam plenty of opportunities to bend it like Beckett.
Deep in the heart of Oceanside lies the seat of royalty. “Prince Park,” with its many curves and extensions, bears the brunt of a man with a surname that will leave splinters under your skin. Stretched out inverts and reverts out of everything? Trey Wood would.