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The Making of "cherry"

Words & photos: Jonathan Mehring

I was fortunate enough to spend most of last summer shooting and skating with Bill Strobeck and the Supreme crew. The "Supreme Kids" as they became known were a crew of friends from LA and NYC who all skate together. Their clique is reminiscent of the Supreme crew of the early '90s where you had a bunch of friends skating and pushing each other. All hanging out together, not because some Team Manager decided they all should get in the van together, but because they all grew up together skating or met and got along well. Not to mention, style is key. They are the new generation of style skaters. Truly, it's not what you do but how you do it. All relatively unknown in the the skate world there is a lot of anticipation about this video. Soon everyone will see, they do not disappoint.

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Bill and Tino








Gonz


Alex Olson, ollie


Alex Olson, front feeble


Andrew Allen, 180 nosegrind


Sage Elsesser




Dill


Jerry Hsu and Dill


Sage Elsesser


Tyshawn Jones, noseblunt slide


Dylan Rieder and Bill Strobeck


Tyshawn Jones


Tyshawn Jones, hurricane






Sean Pablo and Sage


Tino and Dill


Dylan Rieder, 360 flip


Jake Johnson, handstand


Jerry Hsu, crooks


Alex Olson


Kevin Bradley, back tail


Kevin Bradley, back Smith


Nakel Smith, back lip


Nakel Smith, crooks


Nakel Smith, ollie over to back lip


Sage Elsesser, tailslide


Tino Razo, hurricane


Ty and crew


Tyshawn Jones


Tyshawn Jones, 180 nosegrind


Tyshawn Jones, back Smith


Tyshawn Jones, switch backside flip


Zered Bassett, backside flip

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