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This dude's pop and flick are solid as a rock. The picnic tables never had a chance...

Hella bugs, no room to roll-away, and a kink to the crotch. This was a lousy night for Jake.

Things don't always go smoothly with the Letters. Here's some random outtakes.

It's tough to pinpoint, but there's a bunch of unique elements to Davis' skating that make this part so fun to watch. Quick, explosive snap. Effortless makes. Trick choices that edit well together. Congrats, Davis. What a great part. 

We've seen loose boards get run over by cars before, but a Segway?

While the world watches Rio we were already there.  Skated it.  Hella miles blood.

Shop videos represent everything we love about skateboarding and this one from Orchard in Boston has it all. It's a true glimpse into the scene, complete with sick local street spots, young upstarts, surprise guests, legends like Jahmal Williams, and even some shredding from the owners. Enjoy!

Chad figured out how to squeeze a line from the top of Hollywood High, including a dangerous rail choice.

A bunch of riders from Real give their thoughts on Davis and congratulate him on going pro. His full part premieres here tomorrow.

When a local video is being made, the crew goes off and pushes each other. Broderick is a co-owner of Orchard and here's his leg saying it's had enough.

Trust us, you're gonna want to whip around on transitions and float some ollies after watching this. Greyson Fletcher, Grant Taylor, Ben Raybourn, and others. Greyson's line at 5:25 is unreal.

A core skateshop video from our friends at Orchard in Boston? We'd be honored to put that up. Premieres here tomorrow.
 

This ain't no half-assed two trick line, Eric Dasaro goes the distance and circles the whole damn spot. 

Here Davis talks about the Minneapolis homie vid that put him on the map and eventually got him on Real.

Sean Malto and Mike Mo are looking forward to Davis' upcoming part, and they have a message for Real as well.

Paul Rodriguez gets sacked, Nyjah Huston parties on, Bob Burnquist plays soccer, and more in todays episode of Skateline.

In a lead-up to his highly anticipated full-part (premiering here on Friday), Davis talks about how he started skating and shows some old clips.

If you don't have a clue what to expect in a part from this guy, well, neither did we. There's some kick-ass surprises in here. Great job, Vince.

Nyjah's "Fade to Black" video part was one of the heaviest of all time, but before the call was made to Metallica the soundtrack was quite different. Here's the original edit...

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