Posted: November 1, 2011
If you're ever in a long-winded, skate nerd debate about "good style" and BA's name doesn't come up, that means you're talking to kooks. Corey Duffel introduces a true classic from 2003.
Foundation WTF! Bonus Flow
Just when the credits finished and you thought the video was done, Foundation comes through with a bonus five-minutes of footage from their flow team.
Hall Of Meat: Dakota Servold
Dakota went out of his way to attack some wild rails in WTF!, but this classic Jamie Thomas spot had his number.
Foundation WTF! Interviews
WTF premiered exclusively on our site and it's as pure as it gets. Here are a few words from the riders, and some moments stopped in time to complement the video.
Classics: Brian Anderson "Yeah, Right!"
If you're ever in a long-winded, skate nerd debate about "good style" and BA's name doesn't come up, that means you're talking to kooks.
Corey Duffel introduces a true classic from 2003.
Firing Line: Nick Merlino
"Scraps" is a relative term. The only way lines like this won't make your final edit is if you put out a part like Nick's WTF! mind-melter.
You watched it on your computer, but the skate royalty came out in Long Beach last Friday to see Foundation's WTF on the silver screen.
Foundation WTF! World Premiere
Some of the craziest handrails ever tackled, full-bore Duffel assault, Dan Murphy is back (big time), Fellers flips out, ripping New Jacks like Dakota, Spencer, and Taylor… plus Nick Merlino, with one of the gnarliest parts of all time. Watch it here.
Ask The Phelper: Corey Duffel
The Duffman sits down with the Phelper to talk about Foundation's new video that'll be premiering right here, on thrashermagazine.com, at 9 pm PST.
Hall Of Meat: Dan Murphy
A big double-kink 50-50 tosses Dan, but he explains how flapping like a bird helped avoid a faceplant.
Double Rock: Foundation
Not only did Foundation shred the park, but they dropped a major NBD in the process, turning Nick Merlino pro right here at The Rock. Fuckin' rad. Congrats homie!
Foundation WTF! Trailer
Duffel, Fellers, Merlino, and a super-heavy squad have big things in store this Friday, only at Thrashermagazine.com.
Classics: Adrian Lopez "Misled Youth"
Abdias Rivera introduces his favorite part from Zero's 1999 fast-edit, no-filler epic. Watch as Adrian rips and locks into some of the gnarliest backside tailslides ever.
Firing Line: Dakota Servold
Dakota's strategy for this gnarly "across and down" boardslide was to go really fast, ride it out, and roll away. No problem.
Duffel Extra Footage
Corey Duffel got bored, so he edited some of his extra footage from the new Foundation video.