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Davis, McClain, and Coillard's "Gyspy Life" Montage

We’ll be releasing chapters from the "Gypsy Life" video starting Monday, but you can pick up the whole enchilada right now at your local skateshop. Click here to pre-order on iTunes.


Davis, McClain, and Coillard's "Gyspy Life" Montage

This is not your average team montage. Kyron, Brad, and Adrien all come correct. The part's only up for 24 hours, so stop reading and start watching.

The 24-hour viewing period for this part has expired. Download the part along with tons of other rad skating in the “Gypsy Life” video from the iTunes store here.

 

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