Zero filmer Lannie Rhoades has a bunch of great outtakes, extra angles, and cool stories from the Cold War video.
Cold War is the gift that keeps giving. One of the most underrated skaters out there, Ben is so good on so many different levels it's insane.
On a super-heavy squad like Zero, Tony is the wild card. He's got gnarly stunts, for sure, but he also has wild grabs, wall crawls, and creative spot attacks.
It's beyond belief one person can put out a part like this. After this Cold War week, we've run out of words to describe how completely and utterly gnarly this skating is. Thanks for the ride, Zero.
Unbelievable. This part has some of the craziest skating to ever go down. You have to watch this. Dane, you are a true skate psycho.
There were rumors that Cole only had a trick or two in the vid. No way. Cole's one of the best ever, he's never put out a bad part, and he can stack clips like no one else. Also featuring Ed Duff.
It's been so fun watching Jamie give everything he has to skating for 20 years, that by the time you see this full part and epic ender you might just let out a cheer.
Behind the scenes with Zero's most mysterious skater. Still a few more hours to check James Brockman's Cold War part for free.
James goes fast, commits to everything, and has a great razor's-edge style between total control and chaos. Wow, here we go.
Here's a quick barrage of some of the slams and makes that went into this epic project. Full parts start Monday.
Even near the end of an intense, hard-hitting video deadline, the Zero guys cranked out an edit of them destroying the Black Box park. Thanks, guys.
Time for a trip down memory lane. 2005 was a good year for KOTR, featuring high level trickery and top shelf hijinx.
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