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Add These VX1000-Inspired Sneakers to Your Holiday List

Berlin-based production company EASYdoesit has teamed up with Kangaroos on what is low-key one of the tightest footwear collabs of 2020. Nodding to the significance that it had during its formative years, EASYdoesit does the VX1000 justice with its homage to the iconic camcorder.

We at EASYdoesit grew up with the Sony VX1000 camera. Our design is a little ode to the camera of our wild youth.

The Sony VX1000 is a DV tape camcorder that was launched in 1995, and is still the camera with the greatest legendary status in the video scene. The VX is still used by some of the best skateboard filmmakers worldwide and has become one of the strongest symbols of skateboard culture. It has been around for over two decades now. Thanks to its compactness, robust construction, and fisheye lens attachment for the legendary Century Fisheye and the epic sound quality it is still a burner cam.

We keep our fingers crossed that she will survive the next two decades!

With this collaboration, we combine perfection in image and sound with our passion for the perfect sneaker.

The shoe should represent the Sony VX1000 camera on feet. The upper is a breathable mesh which is combined with a suede leather in black.


The 3M details on the shoe have been set in the right places. The mint color can also be found on the camera so it was decided to reproduce this subtly on the shoe.

The shoe will be delivered with two laces. One pair in mint to match the shoe, and one pair in black which will be with reflective details.

There will be a red dot on the bottom of the outsole to show also the record button.

Handmade in Germany by Hummel & Hummel, the attention to detail here is epic. These drop on Friday for $298.

Images Via EASYdoesit 


‘Good Work’ Episode 2 Now Playing on Redbull Skateboarding Channel

Alphonzo talks about how his past time of photoshopping images of celebrities skateboarding and sharing them on social media turned into a full-fledged business in this episode of “Good Work”.

Good Work episode 2 features Alphonzo Rawls and his #EVERYBODYSKATES and Savalé Footwear brands.

Alphonzo talks about how his past time of photoshopping images of celebrities skateboarding and sharing them on social media turned into a full-fledged business.

#EVERYBODYSKATES brand sells shirts, hoodies, hats, boards, and accessories.

He also had been involved in designing shoes for international footwear brands.

After 25 years of working with other companies, he decided to launch his own luxury footwear brand, Savalé.


Alf was also a pro-skater back in the day.

He started skating when he was 10 and turned pro when he was just 16 years old.

He thinks that skateboarding has somehow helped him be successful in business.

“Skateboarding, it’s for the most part, a really inconsistent sport, which means you definitely have to have some patience and some perseverance…It’s allowed me to think outside the box and apply that ‘out of the box’ thinking to run my business”

Redbull’s Good Work Series features skater-owned and skater-operated businesses.

You can watch the first episode here or on the Red Bull Skateboarding YouTube Channel.

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DC Shoes Drops Andy Warhol Collection

DC Shoes just released its WARHOL X DC: COLLISIONS in honor of Andy Warhol, one of the most iconic artists of the 20th century.

In collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation, DC created four themed capsules under the collection namely: Strength and Fragility, Life and Death, Saint & Sinners, and War & Peace.

You can browse the collection here.

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Independent Trucks Welcomes Leticia Bufoni to their Team

Leticia Bufoni is Independent Trucks’ newest team rider. The six-time X Games gold medalist from Sao Paulo, Brazil began competing at the age of 14 (2007 X Games) and moved to the United State since.

She turned pro in 2017 with Plan B Skateboards. She competed in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics representing Brazil.

She was named one of the Most Powerful Women in International Sports by Forbes Magazine in 2018. She also made it to Forbes Brazil’s “Under 30” list.

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