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HUF Introduces Justin Drysen & Announces New Video

Justin Drysen has been rolling with the DBC for a long time. You may remember his clips from HUF 001, which released earlier this year. Today, the brand cemented its relationship with Drysen by introducing him as the latest addition to the team. Keith Hufnagel had this to say: “Justin’s one of those rare examples in skateboarding, way ahead of his years. He skates super fast, is always improvising with quick feet, and somehow does it all with style and control—that’s exactly what HUF’s all about.” Drysen will have a full part in HUF 002, which will be releasing in November. This is the first we’re hearing of HUF’s upcoming video. We’re definitely marking our calendars, and suggest that you do the same.

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REAL Welcomes Jimmy Wilkins

REAL officially welcomes Jimmy Wilkins in this video part featuring other members of the REAL crew namely Max, Mason, Nicole, and more.

REAL Skateboard announced that Wilkins was joining the team last May. The five-time X Games Vert gold medalist got a surprise from Tony Hawk who helped with the reveal and Chris Miller who did the art for his first pro boards.

Wilkins has the most consecutive wins (tied with Bucky Lasek) in the X Games Vert category.

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Dylan Jaeb Joins Primitive Skate

Photo from @Primitiveskate Instagram Account

Dylan Jaeb is Primitive Skate’s newest rider. This was announced last week by pro skater and Primitive Skate founder/owner Paul Rodriguez.

Here’s what P-Rod says about Dylan in his official announcement:

For me, it’s pretty simple with Dylan: he skates amazing, looks super good on a board, does cool tricks and is an awesome kid who loves to skate, so when I found out there was an opportunity to get him on the team, I knew I had to take a shot. Thankfully everything worked out, and I feel like Dylan is at his home now.

Dylan also dropped his video part entitled “Hi” on the Thrasher Magazine channel last June 1st. Watch it below.

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Rayssa Leal is Now a Pro

Rayssa Leal during the skate street competition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
By Rede do Esporte, CC BY 3.0 br, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=107925143

Rayssa Leal is now a pro with April Skateboards. She has come a long way since the video of her landing on a heelflip while wearing a fairy costume went viral in 2015 when she was just seven years old.

Leal won silver in the Tokyo Olympics women’s street skateboarding competition last year. This year, she got her first X Games gold medal in the women’s street competition. Oh, did we mention that she is just 14 years old?

Watch her viral video below.

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