The DVS squad invades Costa Rica, Panama, and Peru, slaying demos while still handling lots of business in the streets. Torey caps things off with that massive nollie flip from our March cover. Boom!
Wow, here's the closing chapter to an epic homie adventure. It must have been hard to pick an ending part with a crew this gnarly, but AJ's all-hammer attack has some real shockers. Thanks Shep Dawgs!
A full week of edits from one trip? With this crew, you're damn right: Cory Kennedy, Grant Taylor, Raven Tershy, Raney Beres, Ronnie Sandoval and Pat McClain. Even we can't wait to see the final edit on these.
The clip-stacking king, Riley produces so much footage you just have to pick the edit you want. This one showcases his big snaps, smooth style, and gnarly spot attacks.
Part skate rat, part stuntman: Taylor finds and destroys massive street terrain, especially near the end of his part. But he also has a nice touch with some tech madness.
These parts are really heating up now. You'll see: Rowan has a huge bag of tricks, can skate either stance equally, and does some sick, long lines here.
DVS rolled through Central and South America with Torey Pudwill, Luis Tolentino, Daewon Song, Zack Wallin, Chico Brenes and others. Premieres here Saturday. This will be one of those good ones.
Tanner Cribbs aims for fun and feel-good tricks, and Stephen Lawyer puts out a tech-heavy, truly ripping part by any standard. His last minute of footage is so sick.
Slams, close calls, epic makes, and a lot of laughs with the homies. These parts capture the reality of what Shep Dawg skate missions are really like.
Vans has a collab with Star Wars, Nyjah gets some new sponsors, AJ Zavala does a slappy crooks on Clipper, Jaws redefines roof gaps, and Jani Laitiala needs a nickname.
This overlooked and underrated part fell though the cracks, but skate history will be kind to Ragdoll and his wild style and truly unpredictable bag of tricks. Rowan Zorilla introduces a classic from the 2005 Pig video.
We've got a whole week of Shep Dawgs video parts for you, starting right now with a hell of an opener from Taylor Smith aka T-Spliff.
Some days are diamonds, some days are stones but you got to do your best to make the most of each one. See what Erik Ellington has to go through when he’s put behind the eight ball to get his new Supra ad.
Every type of terrain gets skated here and with a squad like this, something heavy goes down at every spot. Sick trip. Lizard King, Chris Gregson, Ryan Reyes, Taylor Kirby, Windsor Jams, and many others.
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