Jethro Coldwell hits the ground running with this clip for Grey. Jethro is a Manchester local who combines technical tricks with rough, crusty spots. This is a return to their “Grey” video part formula: short, raw, no music and shot on VX.
13-year old all-terrain ripper Jagger Eaton nailed down the heaviest of trick-to-trick-to-trick runs at Tampa Am 2014 to take home the win. Have a look into the action with the Semi Finals, Finals, & Best Trick contests. Congrats Jagger!
1. Jagger Eaton
2. Micky Papa
3. Hermann Stene
4. Jereme Knibbs
5. Dashawn Jordan
6. Carlos Iqui
7. Jack Olson
8. Brodie Penrod
9. Axel Crysberghs
10. Zion Wright
11. Yoshi Tanenbaum
12. Oscar Meza
1. Jamie Foy – Gap to Backside Tailslide Shuv
2. Percy Alvorado – Switch Hardflip Backside Lipslide
3. Ivan Monteiro – 360 Flip noseslide Nollie Heelflip
4. Jack Olson – Switch Kickflip Feeble
5. Dashawn Jordan – Backside 360 Biggerspin Flip
But maybe Taylor McClung, Ryan Reyes, Shawn Hale, David Loy, Clive Dixon, Trevor McClung, and a few others can help translate it in this new Chalk Talk edit from their voyage to Colombia.
Get your hands on Issue #129 of The Skateboard Mag for the article that ties into this edit that was filmed and by Adam Mills.
The Zumiez Best Foot Forward crew grabbed three top ams and took the long road to Tampa Am 2014. Nate Greenwood, Franky Villani and Tyson Bowerbank met up in NYC and traveled down the East Coast making stops in NYC, Philly, Durham, Savannah and Jacksonville.
The crew met up with Zumiez Best Foot Forward 2014 3rd place finisher Jamie Foy in Florida. Filmed by John Note and joined by Steve Miller and Shawn Turner the crew ripped spots all the way down the coast.