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N.Y.’s Underground Is Alive & Well in ‘It’s All Love’

New York’s skate scene is a driving a force behind popular culture. But there’s plenty going on within it that gets overlooked. Stefano Kerster does a fantastic job of scratching the surface with his new full-length. It’s All Love put us on to a few names that we were previously unfamiliar with, but are now firmly planted on our radar. The film’s key players are Julio Peralta, Fah Bless, Mike Powley, Elijah Cole, Alberto Olivero, Gio Ricardo, and Andre Beverley. It also includes some lengthy montages, which are filled with familiar faces, and remind us of RB’s old E.S.T. videos. And anything that’s supported by Hopps is obviously worth checking out. Peep it for yourself above.

TEAM CHANGES

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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Santa Cruz Skateboards Releases Teaser for their New Video

Watch the teaser of “Misprints”, the latest video by Santa Cruz Skateboards set to premiere on YouTube on June 28, 2022.

Directed by Joe Perrin, “Misprints” features Tom Asta, Maurio McCoy, Kevin Braun, and Devin Flynn.  The crew traveled between Philadelphia, New York, Nashville, and more over the last year to film for the video.

The 4th episode of Saints and Sinners also recently premiered. You can watch it here.

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Watch How Old Decks Transformed into Custom Benches in this Video

Watch Welcome Skate Shop staff and their friends turn old decks into custom benches in this video released by Vans as part of their efforts to promote artists and creativity. Welcome Skate Shop is based in Leeds, UK.

What’s great about this bench is that you can remove the top (the one made with old decks) and now you have a skateable bench. It has storage too so you have a place for your new skateboards or whatever needs storing.

A skateboarder may need to replace their decks in a few months to a year, depending on how hard they grind and how often they ride. Probably millions of skateboards are discarded each year and most of them end up in landfills.

This is just one of the ways worn-out decks can be repurposed. There are also initiatives to recycle and repurpose old wheels to keep them out of landfills.

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