Part 1 about the history of Chocolate skateboards is now live on Vice’s Epicly Later’d series.
“Double Standard”, featuring Colin Findlater, Andrew Wenckstern, Byron Ready, Jon Cosentino, Dave Hnatiuk, Jesse Belrose, Ben Paterson, and many more. Coming Spring 2015.
Concrete Issue #132 has a feature interview on Cory Wilson, where he and Frank Daniello discuss the adversity he’s faced in recent years. Armed with a newfound clarity and focus, Cory came through with ripping skating in his interview and now in this video. Enjoy.
Filmed and edited by Brian Caissie
Additional filming by Tyler Holm, Ryan Smith and Dave Ehrenreich.
Bobby Dekeyzer just joined the Blue Tile Lounge team in Toronto and they dropped this rad part to make the announcement.
Check out this sick new part from Alexandre Hallé and ULC Skateboards.
The Powell-Peralta team invaded Western Canada on their “Nice Beaver Tour” for Issue #132. This is part 2 of their journey.
Filmed/Edited By: Kolby Harris
Additional Filming: Terry LaRue
Music: “Always Then” – The KVB
Music: Maestro Fresh Wes – “Drop the Needle”
Edited by: Brian Caissie
Filmed by Cory Wilson
Dustin Locke bangs out 5 rail moves at the Cloverdale park near Vancouver. Those BONES wheels seems to be coming in handy gripping the ground on the landings.
Here’s a quick little teaser from Cory Wilson’s video plus interview about to drop. Pick up our latest issue #132 and watch the whole part on Oct 22.
Chris Joslin, who from the sounds of it (or lack of) is the best kept secret in skateboarding, has just dropped this welcome part for ETNIES. Word is Chris is going to have another heavy part in the upcoming Plan B video, “True”, which makes it hard to even imagine what else he’s got given the level of skating going on here.
“Chris Joslin is one of the most talented, consistent skateboarders on the planet! His heart and his drive to skate are unmatched. Get ready world!” – Ryan Sheckler
20 years of Chocolate. It all started back in 1994 and they’ve on fire ever since!
Videos these days are forgotten fast and it’s nice to see Pro’s like Arto Saari and his footage standing the test of time. Enjoy this amazing 11 minutes of legendary skateboarding.