This dude is just gnarly. Put a board in his hand, point him in any direction, and he'll attack whatever it is in front of him. All terrain, all insane. It's Jake.
That laid back flick and style from Trapasso makes the tough stuff look easy. Nick kicks off LE week with a killer part set to a tripped out track. Solid.
Here's a mission to Melbourne and Sydney for the making of the Sorry video with Arto, Rowley, and Salabanzi. This also has a gnarly guest appearance by Dustin Dollin.
End of the world... and there's a 10 stair in Portugal! Been there, skated it. Check out this 5-0 shove it out down a round rail. Shit! Thanx kids.
DGK has again earned their reputation for progression and classic moves with a twist. This video rips. Marquise is a board control wizard with one of the great modern styles. And as for Boo? You have to see it to believe it. The entire DGK crew is also represented in this major feature.
This part dropped into our inbox and we're stoked. The rad line at 1:50 really seems to capture Tony's overall vibe. This also has a strange, dangerous-looking ender.
No boring, one-word answers here. This team has personality and you can tell they're stoked to be in the game and representing DGK.
Whether a make or a slam, this unreal Raney transfer was going to be one for the ages regardless. Here's another look at a truly epic attempt.
Yonnie's reputation for fast, fun-to-watch skating continues here. He has a loose style and constantly pulls surprises out of his bag of tricks. Static sure knows how to pick 'em.
A harsh contest environment with bowl competitors fighting for a win? Hell no. Everyone had a blast, pushed themselves, and cheered each other on. What a great comp. Thanks everyone!
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