Grant Yansura did it again and put another instant classic via WKND. Full of funny skits, lots of different personalities, amazing filming, and even better skating. This time the focus lies on the younger talents of the brand. Definitely, a highly entertaining video to watch.
Taking “Skits” to another level. WKND Skateboards definitely know how to be entertaining.
One of WKND’s best offerings to date, congrats to Andrew Considine for going pro and never working again… Also, we love the Karsten Kleppan section but can we stop with this US-centered “Euro-Pro” thingy? Even if it is meant ironically it might be time to retire it completely.
WKND Skateboads are back with another cool video. This time they put Alex Schmidt, Nikolai Piombo, Max Wheeler, Elijah Simmons and Toby Bennett in the van and went all the way east from California.
Jordan Taylor & WKND Skateboards are here to entertain us, so let them do their thing and enjoy the show.
A pretty nice part by young Mr. Gracie, we hope to see more soon!
Alexis Sablone is known for pushing herself to the limits and in doing that she also pushes women to press themselves to new heights. WKND saw no way around Alexis and decided to roll with her on the journey that she is on.
TWS Magazine spent an afternoon at Austyn Gillette’s home in Los Angeles on talking about the HUF NYC trip, recovering from his double knee surgery, and why he rides for WKND Skateboards.
His section in WKND Skateboards new edit:
Austyn Gillette has what it takes to make these 60 seconds so enjoyable. Filmed by Riley Blakeway
It seems that many people know that WKND has a strong connection to the state of Florida before the board brand started a lot of the people that are now on WKND were responsible for the Weekendtage videos, some Ripndip stuff and more. As they started to establish themselves in the skateboarding world the Californian vibes increased but now with this clip, they are going back to their Floridian roots.
Expect some nice moves from the likes of Johan Stuckey, Alex Schmidt, Jordan Taylor, Christian Maalouf, Austyn Gillette and others.
WKND Skateboards definitely is on the rise! After engaging Eric Koston, now Austyn Gillette is the next big name who joins the team. Of course, the welcome clip is certainly different from what usual ones look like. But hey, it’s the frkn WKND baby!
WKND’s first Pro announcement got kind of weird but what else could one expect from the WKND boys who seem to have banned the word “seriousness” from their vocabulary.