You‘ve probably seen some bits of this video spread over the internet but Magenta Skateboards now uploaded the whole thing. It’s nicer to watch it in full right? Dive in and enjoy!
If you frequently read our posts, you probably heard about our love for the Balkan. This video is filmed in cities like Belgrade, Sarajevo, Fazana & Banja Luka and it was edited by Belgrade’s David Soda.
Featuring Glen Fox, Alex Hallford, Nebojša Resanović, Danilo Pisanjuk, David Soda, Žarko Obradović, Konrad Waldmann, Nikola Bićanin, Romain Scordino, Nikola Bićanin, Tom Delion & Tomaž Šantl.
Yoan Taillandier is back with a third episode of the series. Great start into a new week!
Featuring Glen Fox, Olivier “Boucle” Durou, PJ Chapuis, Mika Germon, Oscar Candon, Arnaud Henriot, Benji Russel, Hugo Corbin, JT Saldou, Alex Raeymaekers, Francois “Pako” Pion, Pierre Leze, Amelien Foures, Futoshi Tokuyama, Gauthier Rouger & more.
A little digging into the crates has formed into a full-fledged Minuit – EXP 2 edit. Even today it is worth noting that the style that Yoan Taillandier brought to the table when the Minuit series first dropped is still as vibrant as ever.
Valuta is a Dutch brand with deep roots in skating. The name Valuta means currency and their video piece together with the Booticelli boys is definitely good money!
The wait is finally over we finally got a substantial amount of Chewy Cannon and Darius Trabalza footage. Grey does it the right way and shows us London the way we like to see it.
Dan Fisher Eustance, Cameron Gooden, Nelly Mayele, Benny Fairfax, Chewy Cannon, Taylor Lewis, Valentine Katz, Jin Shimizu, Darius Trabalza, Jake Royal and Glen Fox.
Finally, some of the new guys grab the spotlight we hope to see more and more Joffrey Morel, Gunes Ozdogan, Glen Fox and Thomas Vigne in the next couple of edits. A fresh new Magenta could be on the rise.
“The Sound of Succes” is a full-length video brought to you by “Your Favorite Boys” a.k.a. The Booticelliboys, straight out of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Filmed and edited by Sjoerd Vlemmings and Koen Mulder.
Featuring: Glen Fox, Jamie van Haastere, Max van Broekhuizen, Erik de Jong, Marc Haan, Olympia Guido, Finn Visser ‘t Hooft, Nosa Ketting, Hugo Snelooper, Mitchel Linger, Tjerk Oosting, Bastiaan van Zadelhoff, Florian Dalhuijsen, Allard van der Veen, Tycho Henskes, Rihards Bondars, Quinten Montroos, Simon de Boer, Federico da Fies, Yung Kipnugget, Joep Withagen, Dax Vismale, Levi Verspeek, Mees van Rijckevoorsel, Paolo Banfi, Sjoerd Vlemmings, Daniel Kim, Jason Sinawi, Lokesh Rawat, Willem van Dijk, Othmar van Rijswijk & Koen Mulder.
Glen Fox gets typecasted a lot, people say his footage is sped up, he only has fast feet, or he has no “real” tricks.
Well, you are going to have to take those words back because Glen is all of the above and more and this remix is a just little “ting” to keep us over until the real stuff is dropping!
Another one from our Dutch friends. This time you will get Amsterdam, Rotterdam & The Hague footage from Alex Raeymaekers, Billy Hoogendijk, Jair Gravenberch, Bastiaan van Zadelhoff, Othmar van Rijswijk, Willem van Dijk, Hugo Snelooper, Mats Edel, Ali Belhadj, Joffrey Morell and the fastest feet in the game, Mister Glen Fox.
George Toland just put out this edit of him and his homies skating the Dutch harbor city of Rotterdam. Some Brits, some Dutchies skating together, doing some good tricks. With some definitive highlights by our friend Glen Fox! You should go check it out.
Featuring: Greg Conroy, Wouter Molenaar, Martijn van Velden, Glen Fox, Tom Delion, Louis Woodhead, Harry Turner, Leo Briggs and that one dutch dude.
Sprinter is a clip filmed in the Hague and Rotterdam, the Netherlands. It features a lot of young dutch rippers, like Jair Gravenberch and Jip koorevaar, as well as some guys that have been around for a while. All captured with the VX of Alex van Zwietering who put it together really well.
Featuring Bram Schlangen, Gijs Visser, Billy Hoogendijk, Daniel Doran, Simon te G, Glen Fox, Mike van Anrooy, Jip Koorevaar, Justin Wagener, Maurice Abath, Izzy McCoy, Tom Delion, Pascal Moelaert, Jair Gravenberch and Sebastiaan Vijverberg.
Glenn Fox spent some time living in Bordeaux before he recently moved to Amsterdam. As far as I can tell this edit, however, is entirely filmed in Bordeaux and shows Glen’s typical talent to spontaneously skate whatever crosses his way.
Oh, yes! Magenta Skateboard‘s exceptional lightfooted crew flows over beautiful Parisian pavements again!
Featuring Jimmy Lannon, Vivien Feil, Leo Valls, Santiago Sasson, Glen Fox, Willem Van Dijk, Victor Demonte, Say Panday, Paul Langsley and more.
A little while ago we saw the release of “Lost in the Dam” a collaborative effort between Pop and Magenta. Today we begin to see things even clearer because pop released their footage from their time with the Magenta guys. Now we can focus on friendship and the importance of working together but instead, we are just going to make a point and say that Noah Bunink did the best line we have seen all year! Ollie up, crooks bonk down, drop the board, pick it up and fs flip the stairs, great! Now it is not only Noah who should get his props, it is also the work of the filmer. Most people would have stopped recording but this guy kept it going and helped create something really nice!
“We like to skate, we are having fun.” – This is all what Romain Batard has put as video describtion for his newest full length. And after watching it, I feel like I don’t dare to add anything more to that because sometimes saying less is saying more. However, you definitely should get your own impression!
Featuring: Joffrey Morel, Glen Fox, Santiago Sasson, Marc-Alexandre Barbier, Victor Demonte, Joseph Biais, Juan Saavedra, Oscar Candon, Steve Malet, Alexis Jamet and Hugo Maillard.
Let us start out by complimenting Josh Roberts on making Amsterdam look like it isn’t a strong part of Babylon #babylonwillfall. Secondly, it is nice to see some of the homies use those famous 15 minutes to shine as hard as they should! Enjoy this little gem.
Photo by Hugo Snelooper
Magenta has upped its output lately and that means some good Glen Fox footy. Some of you might be under assumption that Glen only has fast feet but the man is definitely capable of more and his tricks in this edit show that.
Featuring Glen Fox, Leo Valls, Morgan Campbell, Masaki Ui, Vivien Feil, Yoan Taillandier, Gaetan Salvignol, Charles Badi, Seb Daurel & more