Tag: Jair Gravenberch

Pop is back with a vengeance, from Rob to Jair, Chima, Pascal, and more this video bring back happy memories to our 2017 Funbox release!

And let’s be fair with Sneep aka Memoryscreen behind the lens you can expect quality!

A new one by our good friends from POP Trading Company who teamed up with the record label Safe-Trip to create a whole collection.

Video by Jan Maarten Sneep featuring Bastiaan van Zadelhoff, Jair Gravenberch, Chima Chibueze, Pascal Moelaert, Hugo Snelooper, Logan Da Silva Ortiz, Tomas De Keulenaar, Billy Hoogendijk, Jeff van der Veken, Alex Raeymaekers, Yeelen Moens, Ali Belhadj & Rob Maatman.

Film and Edit by Jan Maarten Sneep

Ooh Oh Den Haag… is the first thing we thought when we saw this part by local The Hague skaters Billy Hoogendijk and Jair Gravenberch.

Truth be told this is a nice part, showing the consistency and level of Billy’s skating while simultaneously showing the growth that Jair has been going through since the last time we saw him.

As skateboarders, we mostly pay attention to the actual skating (which is quite good in this video) but what about the people documenting it? We have been heard saying before:

“Average skating filmed really well is more enjoyable than good skating documented terribly.”

So with that being said, we want to give Sami El Hassani his flowers when he can smell ’em because his lens work truly elevated this video to the next plateau. Good work guys!

It is always good to keep your eye out for upcoming talent, Dylan is working hard at making videos and his friends are definitely not unskilled. Don’t be surprised if you start to see some of the lesse known names more often.

Alex van Zwietering never fails to deliver. Great filming, editing and song selection.

Featuring: Sebastiaan Vijverberg, Jayden de Lange, Dwight Hoogendijk, Jip Koorevaar, Jaïr Gravenberch, Pascal Moelaert, Ziggy Schaap, Bram Schlangen, Justin Wagener, Jan-willem den Haan, Robbin de Wit, Rintje Jansen, Marko Maricic, Wouter Molenaar, Maurice Abath.

I just came home after a long day to sit down and watch this beautiful best-of-edit of the Pop Trading Co. guys. Definitely a smooth way to end a day with!

Featuring Alex Raeymaekers, Bob Groot, Willem van Dijk, Jeremy vd Eijk, Alexander Belhadj, Hugo Snelooper, Marc Haan, Noah Bunink, Bastiaan van Zadelhoff, Othmar van Rijswijk, Billy Hoogendijk, Simon de Boer, Mats Edel, Jair Gravenberch.

Filmed by  Jan Maarten Sneep

Introducing Yeelen Moens, here is Pop Clip #32. This time with music (and a hidden message for the Dutch viewers). Also featuring Alex Raeymaekers, Mats Edel, Billy Hoogendijk, Jair Gravenberch, Hugo Snelooper, Noah Bunink, Ali Belhadj & Buddy Swinkels.

Alex van Zwietering is not sitting still, here’s another train-themed clip featuring Evandro Martins, Bjorn Barendse, Lucas Jankoschek, Izzy Mccoy, Justin Wagener, Pascal Moelaert, Jesse Voerman, Jamy van Holstein, Bram Schlangen, Thom Geraeds, Jair Gravenberch, Fabio Witkamp, Gijs Visser, Simon te G, Dwight Hoogendijk, Billy Hoogendijk & Jip Koorevaar. Keep ’em coming, Alex!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWcFtHpeYyk

Switching from an NTSC- to a PAL-VX1000 forced Alex van Zwietering to release this footage earlier than was planned. But why do we care, we can enjoy a new Intercity clip!

“Wisselstoring”
features Remco Stolze, Jair Gravenberch, Justin Wagener, Gijs Visser, Bram Schlangen, Woody Hoogendijk and more.

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.

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.

Already well-known in Europe it was only a question of time until our Dutch friends from Pop Trading Company get their deserved attention also from the other side of the big pond. Their Thrasher debute could be described as sort of a best of compilation from their clips of the past year, which is still kept black in white but this time they spiced it with some hot tunes!

Featuring Bastiaan Zadelhoff, Noah Bunink, Alex Raeymaekers, Hugo Snelooper, Ali Belhadj, Willem van Dijk, Jeff van der Veken, Jair Gravenberch, Willem Dirks, Marc Haan, Othmar van Rijswijk, Niklas Hallman, Billy Hoogendijk and Mats Edel.

Photo by Danny Sommerfeld

I think at this point we don’t need to mention the skating in these POP clips.
Of course, there are some nice things in here like the two lines by young Jair Gravenberch who is a new addition to the squad or that great last line by PLACE cover boy Alex Raeymaekers! But the thing that immediately caught our eye where some Evisu jeans! If Quartersnacks ever brings back their 30 phattest outfit list Noah will be a strong contender.

Want to find out more about Pop Trading Company check out our article and our documentary about our stay with them last summer.

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