Kellen James found himself a new shoe sponsor after the shutdown of eS Footwear in 2011. Check out the introduction video Osiris put together for Kellen above.
The homie Anthony Shetler just dropped a full video part for his clothing company, “All I Need Apparel“, that is strictly raw skating with no fillers or trim. If this doesn’t wake you up to Anthony and his movement, then you should probably keep sleeping.
Anthony Shetler’s Shoe Release Video Part
Shetler drops off a second dope part this year. Go buy his shoe and check out his clothing line here!
by Brian Beagle
I met Ronson at PQ Skatepark on a recent sunny morning. We just hung out, talked about skating, and when he wasn’t paying attention I filmed some of his warm up tricks. Good times were had, jokes were told, and that’s what skateboarding is actually about, fun. BTW, he is in between sponsors right now, someone should hire this ripper, seriously.
Edit: Ronson is up for most underrated skater from CCS Skate Shop, get over there and vote!
If you were keeping up with the 2011 Winter X Games, you’d know that history was made Friday, January 28th by 23-year-old Norwegian snowboarder, Torstein Horgmo.
Horgmo already laid down the first Triple Cork in June and it went viral, but Torstein pulls it again. Time time in a contest; first ever in a contest. Specifically, the Snowboard Big Air Finals of Winter X Games.
The trick was spectacular, mesmerizing, crazy, amazing, fantastic, insane and any other adjective that means something around awesome.
Although the trick wasn’t as stylish as the first time he pulled it in June, it was still great (take into consideration that the X Games Big Air jump was smaller, and icy). Not to mention, Torstein had a slight concussion and broken ribs. Horgmo is a machine, who else can land a Triple Cork when their injured?
Horgmo wasn’t even expected to unleash the Triple Cork during the contest, but nonetheless the trick obviously scored a high score and sealed the deal for gold.
Yep, this is progression.