Posted: December 6, 2011 11:20 am 17155 Views

Classics: Daniel Shimizu, "That's Life"

Everyone rips these days; it's hard to stand out. Daniel does his own thing and it's worked for him. His skate vibe is displayed in the fun-looking line at 1:05. Chet Childress introduces this Foundation part from 2004.

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