Posts Tagged ‘hydrants’

5. Jordan Sanchez – ‘Some Things’

December 27, 2014


Year by year it seems steadily more difficult to figure out ways to push out the boundaries of what is possible on a skateboard, particularly after x-ing out the incremental stair count addition as innovation. Jordan Sanchez blew minds last summer and since by seeming to tap some sort of collective glaze-eyed consciousness gurgling away when so-called spots like the corner railings or taut steel cables or invitingly low loading dock bannisters are passed by amid the drudgery of daily life, and proceeds to crooked grind rather than boardslide, stall rather than tap, no-comply onto the handrail rather than kickflip. Lots of flip tricks have been tossed down lots of gaps in the past couple decades but not so many people have elevated the Natas hydrant spin, or thought to try.

Here Are Three Great Ollie Pics From The June Skateboard Mag Dudes

May 24, 2013

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Brandon Westgate is a master practitioner and Collin Provost’s is a current affair but the favorite here is rural warrior and sometime horseman Josh Bentz’s, for the late ’80s photo composition and general gas face points. Evan Smith, Steve Nesser and Elijah Berle all have notable frontside variations in the issue also.