You already know what you are in for! Take a seat and enjoy this masterpiece of a beta blocker.
Filmed by Austin Bristow.
The godfather of the “Tornado Spin” is back. Jamal Smith is probably the only pro in skateboarding who can film his last trick at the skatepark quarter he grew up skating. Props to adidas skateboarding for supporting a legend!
Heitor just got it like that. He floats through the spots like a wave and leaves us behind with disbelief at how someone can look so in sync with his board. The non-skating shots in between made us smile, and we know he´s living his best life.
Austin Bristow did a great job with filming and editing.
We just love what Lucien brings to the table!
Last night, overnight, Heitor turned into the biggest pro in Scandinavia and had his former teacher waking up with a headache this morning. Allegedly the party had him sippin’ on something brown and smoking on something Cuban. With teachers like that Palace couldn’t deny Da Silva any longer.
To celebrate Heitors first Pro Shoe he does what he does best.
A video by Austin Bristow.
You know what skateboarding’s very own Jean Reno can do on a board. So go watch this and enjoy it!
We really have to put some respect on Bronze’s name for choosing such a strong concept for a company both visually and spiritually is taking a big risk.
But even with a million people biting their shit, they always seem to keep their output fresh!
Blondey and Shawn Powers really put forward their best and we are hyped to go skating right after the last second, which is really the only true measurement of a good skate video.
Another one of these pieces on one of skateboarding’s most polarizing figures. Truth be told though, knitwear is truly a must-have during the coming months.
What do you do when your last video marked the end of a VHS era? You run straight to the competition Betamax! When both VHS and Betamax were launched it was obvious that the latter had the better quality system. Unfortunately for that system VHS had better marketing and thus Betamax died a slow death until Palace managed to revive it.
Enjoy the whole man dem including Arto skating Hawaii.
It has been a while since we have seen Shawn skate but this is actually quite nice and the collab with Fila and Majestic is cool as well. Pop shove-it 5-0 fs shove-it is a highlight for us but you can find your own, there is something for everyone.
After releasing one of the best videos in a very long time, Palace Skateboards continue to spread their love for fine details. Just take a look at their new skatepark’s sticker jobs. It is that good. Also, the length of that video is 4:11 – get it! ?
Feat.: Javier, Lucas, Hugo Boserup (absolutely going for it), Zered and a lot more.
It’s here! “PALASONIC” is Palace Skateboards new full-length video, which they’ve been working on for the last seven years. Filmed entirely in London.
Featuring: Lucien Clarke, Lucas Puig, Chewy Cannon, Benny Fairfaix, Rory Milanes, Karim Bakhtaoui, Blondey McCoy, Charlie Young, Olly Todd and Torey Goodall.
A new Palace Skateboards video featuring the whole team skating the east coast of the United States. What a perfect thing to watch on a Friday! Oh, and wait for it. Lucas Puig has got a little something for you.
Reebok seems to be teasing the skate scene at the moment. There was the failed entry via DGK which we felt was cool but as Stevie Williams put it maybe a bit too early.
Afterwards, the brand left skateboarding for a bit, skateboarders weren’t really wearing the shoes, that all changed when they did their first collab with Palace, which made us want to try some shoes on and it made people think that Reebok might move back into skating. For a moment there Blondey McCoy was ripping in them but after his move to the three stripes, things died down again.
The third coming started with Shawn Powers and continues with collabos like these and to be honest we hope it stays the way it is now because sometimes things don’t need to be crystal clear they can remain in the mist and still work.
Filmed by Thom and Fuzz
Edit by Mike Collins
One of our favorite skaters with a style that you wished you had on top of that he is a true London head with Jamaican roots and a solid backing by some of the best sponsors.
This is a office favorite! Chewy Cannon, Benny Fairfax & Blondey McCoy in “Away Days”. Not only the Lucien Clarke cameo is a highlight but also the three clearly different styles mixed together; maybe it’s a Palace thing:
If you haven’t seen the video in whole, make yourself comfortable and skip back to the beginning: