John Shanahan drops a new one for his DC Reserve Collection. Dope as always!
The wizard puts out another part showing of his magic tricks.
Overall, DC did a nice job on selecting the people to show in this project and we hope to see a nice and diverse crew again for future projects.
A very strong performance by T-Funk & John Gardner in this team montage!
You know he’s the good homie and that is why we are so proud right now. Congratulations, Thaynan.
DC & Bronze 56K present some real skate nerd shit thrown in a pot together with some real G skating and an eclectic soundtrack the result is LUKODA.
The title says it all, this is THE Greg Hunt interview! It starts with his skating and ends with his new book about Jason Dill.
It is a slightly longer read but if you are interested in what Greg has to offer you will be delighted!
Photo by Ryan Allan.
DC Shoe’s Choppy D once again shows that their team is stacked and arguably has one of the best line-ups in skateboarding at the moment.
Feat.: Evan Smith, Jaakko Ojanen, Madars Apse, Matt Miller, Thaynan Costa, Tiago Lemos, Wes Kremer & many more.
We always love when skaters have parts that are edited to music that comes from their country, it makes sense that Tiago is skating to a Kamau song. furthermore, if this is what is blasting through Mr. Lemos’ earplugs most of the time it certainly would explain a part of why his skating is so pumped up.
When I first met Thaynan Costa, we were both being shipped to a ghost city in Inner Mongolia / China. One of his sponsors sent us there to skate this random place for 10 days. I had heard of him before, but I didn’t really know who he was. I think at the time he was around 17 years old, maybe 18. It took us about four years to meet again, but this time we decided to meet on more common ground. Recently Enjoi surprised him with his pro-board and even though people say it all the time, it’s true – he really is a professional. When Louie Barletta himself turns you pro, you did something right. Here are our five days of Thaynan Costa.
One of our office favorite’s John Shanahan with the LurkNYC Treatment. Sit back and enjoy the latest DC Shoes amateur skating the boroughs.
Thaynan Costa is now pro for Enjoi. To celebrate the fact of being a professional he worked overtime. Seems like Enjoi is doing something right!
If you are still thirsty for more Brazilian skateboarding after watching Carlos Ribeiro‘s part today, there is plenty more of it! Tiago Lemos celebrates his new colorway on DC Shoes with this one.
Featuring Tiago Lemos, Carlos Iqui, Alex Carolino, JP Dantas and Bruno Aguero.
Davis Torgerson is back smooth as ever with a full part to get completely lost in.
Tiago’s skating is above and beyond at times even when you follow him on a daily basis he somehow manages to shock us. We say all that to say this, the guy who made this part finally found a song that shocks as much as Tiago’s skating. Enjoy the madness.
Edit by Matt Lenehan
Photo by Mike Blabac
How the hell do you become so good and is it okay to drink the tap water in brazil? There has got to be a reason.. rice and beans, maybe? Tiago Lemos is someone who you could call “The Best”.
Gloomy weather in England, but the DC Shoes crew including flagship Wes Kremer shines anyway!
Featuring: Wes Kremer, Thaynan Costa, Antony Lopez, Jorge Simoes, Sam Pulley, James Bush, Dave Snaddon, Dylan Hughes, Nikki Howells, Sam Murgatroyd, John Bell.
When I saw Davis Torgerson at the SLS event in Munich, although he might not really be a contest guy, I once again fell in love with his super smooth skating. Now, a couple weeks later, DC dropped a new clip in which Davis is introducing the “New Jack S”, a classic and therefor nice looking skateshoe that comes along with the IMPACT-I sole technology to keep your feet safe from bruises. Davis looks more than confident with it out there in the streets. Definitely worth to give it a checkout!
I have always been a big fan of Josef Scott’s way of skating. Some people just have this style that looks so chilled like they do not give a damn about anything. It is that kind of style when someone even can land a trick sketchy and still the trick was “perfect”. Certainly, Josef Scott rolls away clean most of the time, but whenever the trick gets a little sketchy you will know exactly what I am talking about. However, this is a very solid part!
Japan is having a moment right now! Everybody seems to want to travel to the land of the rising sun for the spots, the culture and the overall vibe. The people over at DC recognized this momentum and sent some heavy hitters over. Making this a must watch, you can’t really argue against Wes Kremer’s or Evan Smith’s skating can you?
photo by DC Shoes
Evan Smith is known for doing the heaviest tricks always with a smile on his face. This is his newest part of a full length called “No Hotels”. A very fitting name for a guy like Even who is traveling the world and does not need anything but his skateboard and a guitar.