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The Rookies: Sean Malto
"A one-man demo who never falls"

Posted: May 5, 2010

Sean Malto’s improvement over the last year has been fucking ridiculous. He’s a one-man demo who never falls, he’s super humble, and he lets his skating speak for itself. There’s not too much wind-up with him; he has a cleanliness in his approach. No crazy style—Malto’s straight-up the definition of proper. —John Cardiel


Nosegrind 180 Sequence: Colen


Backside nosegrind shove-it Sequence: Colen


Sean Malto as seen in the DLX Catalog

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