With the deadline of his Push video part looming, Ishod Wair hits the schoolyards of LA to film some lines with the crew.
Welcome Skateshop in Leeds has just reached its 5th year hooking up the Leeds scene, celebrating in the time-honored tradition of a session in the Hyde Park vortex. Witness the likes of Tom Brown, Tom Harrison, Dale Starkie, Cainan McEwan, Jake Mitchell, Tom Zealand and more destroy the much loved skatepark hip, here’s to the next 5!
Brixton and Independent Trucks have teamed up on a special project for Fall 2015. The Brixton & Independent “Friendly Union” collection includes a vintage workwear inspired denim jacket and a hooded knit top that was inspired by an original Independent team jersey from the early ’80s. A premium hooded sweatshirt, pocket tee, key clip, wallet, snapback and beanie are also offered. Each product features custom Brixton & Independent artwork and details. Have a look and order up!
Under the blazing sun and 90 degree temperatures in downtown Los Angeles, many of the world’s best professional skateboarders took to the Dew Tour’s street and streetstyle courses over the weekend. On Saturday, Brazil’s Kelvin Hoefler nailed down impressive tricks in each of the sections of the street course to take home his second straight Dew Tour win. On Sunday morning Kelvin signed in as an alternate (Ishod Wair pulled out) and continued his momentum up the hill on Broadway Street, where he took the win over Trevor Colden who skillfully landed in second and Ryan Decenzo killed it to take third place earnings.
For complete results, photos and video recaps of all the action, drop by the Dew Tour site.
Skateboard Street Final Results
1. Kelvin Hoefler
2. Louie Lopez
3. Shane O’Neill
4. Tom Asta
5. Chris Joslin
6. Trevor Colden
Skateboard Streetstyle Final Results
1. Kelvin Hoefler
2. Trevor Colden
3. Ryan Decenzo
4. Louie Lopez
5. Milton Martinez
6. Ryan Sheckler
Dew Tour Los Angeles kicked off yesterday at the Ace Hotel in Downtown LA with the Vert Finals competition. In his first of three runs, Jimmy Wilkins nailed down the highest points out of the gate and held onto first place through the duration of the event.
“I love LA, this city has a great skate scene so it’s perfect to have the Dew Tour here. I’m way stoked to have won, I like to just have a good time and let the skating progress itself,” said Wilkins of his first-ever Dew Tour win. “These are all my friends, so it’s awesome to travel and skate with them.”
The competition continues today with Street Final and the Streetstyle Final tomorrow. Check the Dew Tour LA schedule for event times and Live Stream info.
Skateboard Vert Final Results
1. Jimmy Wilkins
2. Pierre-Luc Gagnon
3. Elliot Sloan
4. Mitchie Brusco
5. Paul-Luc Ronchetti
6. Sandro Dias