The guys from Cafe Creme Blog put together a mixtape of some of Keith Hufnagel’s classic footage compiled from some of your favorite videos from yesteryear.
Features footage from:
Transworld – Interface
FTC – Penal Code
Zoo York – Peep This
Real – Kisk Out of Everywhere
TWS – Transmission 7
Deluxe – Ride On
411 VM – Stussy London Road Trip
Thrasher – Donut Duty
Real – Non Fiction
In the final part of Keith Hufnagel’s Epicly Later’d episode, Keith juggles the responsibilities of pro skating and starting HUF, the brand that began as a backup plan, but took on a life of its own. He also looks back on some of the people who helped him most over the course of his career, and begins to do the same for the next generation of skaters. After you watch this episode it’s easy to understand that we need more skaters involved in running the core business of skateboarding. Cheers HUF!
In part two of Keith Hufnagel’s Epicly Later’d, Keith brings his East Coast style to the West. His combination of technical style and a unique ability to ollie big shit leads to a pro spot on Real Skateboards and eventually earns Keith a place on the DC Super Tour, where he sets out to conquer Europe.
To coincide with the latest issue of the Route One Magazine, the crew there have an exclusive interview with Keith Hufnagel where he discusses his formative years in New York City right up through the formation of his name sake shoe brand.
Want to know the score with Austyn’s debut pro shoe? Maybe also hear what’s happening next in terms of taking the brand forward? Watch the interview then pick up the latest issue of the mag to find out all the details.