The VX1000 and the colors of the Netherlands are a perfect match and it’s even better if it’s filmed by the master lensmen Sneep and Ziggy. Lean back and enjoy some very fine skateboarding presented by Vans.
This one kinda feels like “The boys are back in town”, Place faves Pascal Moelaert, Rob Maatman, Yeelen Moens, and Tomas de Keulenaer all put it down. But most impressively to us is the way Jan Maarten Sneep put the whole thing together. From interesting zoom angles to the interesting use of effects and titles it is one of his best works this year.
Vans has been putting out multiple edits based on their local squads, from Spains “Iberico“, the German, Austrian, & Swiss “Going Nowhere” to the Polish “Three-City Tour” now we get the BeNeLux’s Delay!
Featuring the internationally known Sebastiaan Vijverberg and Rob Maatman at the helm they use their names to elevate a roster with some great talent! Standouts where Lex van der Does, Jip Koorevaar, and one of the best-balanced skaters we have seen in a while, Tjerk Oosting.
Our friends from Free Magazine have just released a new edit by Jan Maarten Sneep featuring all of your favorite skaters from the Netherlands such as Sebastiaan Vijverberg, Rob Maatman, Tim Zom, Pascal Moelaert, Robbin de Wit & Nassim Guammaz.
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
Is EU-SOTY still a thing we all care about? If it is than Rob Maatman is a very strong contender in 2020 because his output has been great this year.
At the same time, congrats on the switch to Vans, Rob, it felt like it was time for a change.
After Rob’s part from this video last week we now get the full thing, “the whole song and dance” as they say.
Props to all involved in creating something new something to cherish and build off in the future!
Rob Maatman on his own this time but not without a new sponsor Karaoke which is a new project by dutch entrepreneur Ziggy Schaap.
What does this 7-minute part bring us “the viewers”? Well, it is probably Rob’s most line heavy part ever! Which is something that we quite like because nothing shows style better than some good lines and Mr. Maatman gives us some great ones in this part. Enjoy!
Ziggy is blessing us with another episode of his Horizontal series, which is becoming a weekly thing it seems like.
Feat.: Pascal Moelaert, Rob Maatman, Justin Wagener, Robbin de Wit, Rens Verbruggen, Jan Maarten Sneep, Thomas van den Hoeven, Dana van der Geer, Sebastiaan Vijverberg & Alex van Zwietering.
If you know about POP you know how close to home this one hits. Also, a Carhartt collab is always a great opportunity to work with great people.
Also every time Sami El Hassani gets behind the lens we love the results.
Pop Trading Company is officially introducing Rob Maatman to their team. Rob has been killing it for over a century now while seemingly a lot of people were sleeping on him. Filmed and edited by Jan Maarten Sneep.
The annual Paris with the Pop squad is upon us once again but this time it seems they really went all out.
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!
Enjoy all the dutchies and their indoor hills!