Petite vidéo qui résume mes cinq premiers mois passé sur l'île de Tahiti ! (Only street !!)
Merci à tous ceux qui ont filmer (Kalani, Brandon)
Merci à Pull-in Tahiti et au shop Mata Store pour leur soutient.
P.S:Désolé pour la qualité de certains clips et le filming , mais le plus important n'est pas là :)
Desillusion magazine, supported by Nike are proud to present their latest video “This is Eric Koston”, a video portrait that pays tribute to the Legendary street skateboarder, Eric Koston.
As one traces the evolution of modern street skating from its earliest foundation to the unbelievable heights to which it has risen, Eric Koston has served as a constant innovator each step of the way. Since turning pro in 1992, Eric Koston has remained unfadeable in a cut-throat contest capacity as well as on the raw street level that prides itself in taking no shorts, all while never seeming to take any of it all that seriously. The wheels are always in motion, even when off his board, as Koston has helped advance innovation in skateboarding through his dedicated approach to footwear design (his creativity has yielded several classic skate shoes already) and by co-founding The Berrics with long-time pal and former roommate, Steve Berra.
Garrett Reynolds, Chad Kerley, Dennis Enarson, Nigel Sylvester and Simone Barraco handled the streets of Baton Rouge for three days, and came back with some incredible footage. Is three days in a city long enough? With this crew it sure is! Filmed and edited by Ryan Navazio
After searching on Google Earth for a mystery place seen in a photo, Keena located a long grey snake-like shape wrapping through the woods. He did some research, found where it was and we headed off with a few skateboarders to see what we could do.
As a working title, we have called this project “The Feared & The Forgotten” because these are the places we gravitate towards. The concept is simple - find an interesting, forgotten, sketchy, or beautiful spot, respect it, and skate it. We are skaters and BMXers at heart, but we are truly explorers. We seek out the unknown and the potentially dangerous. We smile when we get there and are able to step back and see how we have left our mark on a place most people didn’t know existed.