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Tommy Sandoval is the toughest person I know. Mentally, physically and mustache-wise, he's the closest thing skateboarding has to a real-live superhero. There's a lot of heavy shit in this Cold War video, but nobody handle the big drops and death defying rails with such power and style as Tommy Guns. Congrats, Tommy! Micheladas on me!


Mustache rides ... ah forget it, you couldn't afford 'em.



Blazing street ollie in 2011. He's been working on this thing for a long time.



Frontside 180 float through JT's hole. Not weird at all.



The crooks pop over is a great graphics showcase. Thanks everybody!



The fish of this trick was one of my favorites of the video. East County nosegrind.



Checking the clip with the Lan Man. These two make quite a team.



Though Lannie's mustache could definitely use some work.


Cranking on his beloved Krux.


Bar blast in El Cajon.



Hit after hit.

Maybe it will be easier backside?




Return to Silvergate!



Fakie flip. Nice.


Skipping the kink on the feeble lift out. Precise work over here.



Hard to believe nobody got a crook so fuck it.



So many crazy slams on this bluntslide.



Wow! Still can't believe it.



Hecka long hold on this thing.





Hit his face on the rail or the ground or maybe both.

Phelper's favorite sequence - tippy toe nollie cab control.



This was the last week of filming. Nollie 180 at a heavy Rincon sesh.



There was so much he wanted to bust. Can't do it all.



Lannie was there the whole time, to cheer him on when he made it and insult him when he wouldn't try it (because this is what Tommy demands.) Nice work, you bros.



Oh yeah. Whatever happened to that feeble????

Last modified on Tuesday, February 18 2014
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