CONCRETE Skateboarding Issue 113 Online

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 ⋅ by Mike ⋅ Current Issue, Features, Videos

Concrete #113 was released in finer skateshops across Canada on June 10th. If you didn’t get a chance to grab the print version, it’s available right here for the same price – FREE. Click the image below and use the simple navigation tools to check it out. While you’re at it, take a look at how far the mag has come since 1990 by visiting the digital archive we’ve been building.

There’s an 8-page feature called The Portugal Recollection, and this exclusive video supplement (brought to you by Think and éS) features Russ Milligan, Kevin Lowry and Josh Matthews // Filmed and edited by Justin Carlson // Post-production elements by David Ehrenreich // Music: “Too Many Rules” (1961/Portuguese version) by Connie Francis.

As part of the Slub Bucks: A Suburban Exploitation feature in the mag, Jordan Moss and Wade Power released the second Slub Bucks promo. It includes Brandon “Beaster” Bandula, Bobby De Keyzer, Jesse Mullins, Charles Deschamps, TJ Rogers, Will Marshall, Mitch Donovan, Brandon Del Bianco, Matt Berger and Will Cristofaro. // Filmed and edited by Jordan Moss and Wade Power // Post-production elements by David Ehrenreich // Music: “Numéro 10″ (featuring Booba & Kurupt) from the album The Passion Of Tupac (a DJ Critikal mixtape, 2005).

While Concrete Photo Editor Brian Caissie was rolling 15-deep in the Far East earlier this year, he provided The China Report photo updates (and 14-page feature in Issue 113), as well as this bro-cam montage from the trip featuring Will Blakley, Nick Moore, AJ McCallister, Mike Campbell, Justin Allain, Evan Bourque, Corey Klim, Stacy Gabriel, Derek Swaim and Cory Wilson // Music: “Automatic Stop” by The Strokes from the album Room On Fire (2003).

Check out all of our commercials and exclusive videos by visiting:

www.vimeo.com/concreteskate // www.youtube.com/concreteskatemag

Eric Wollam has been steadily providing art direction for Almost Skateboards since 2004, and he was featured in this issue’s Art Blender spread.

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12 Responses to “CONCRETE Skateboarding Issue 113 Online”

  1. […] of Justin in The China Report mega-feature and B-Roll video from, which you’ll find in the online version of Issue 113. Share […]

  2. […] out Shake Junter Erik Ellington’s Identity page in Issue 113, and Junt Master Beagle One-Ism in The Five Spot, which you’ll find in our 2011 Photo Annual. […]

  3. […] (@QuikCanada). Check out Cory Wilson on the cover, commercial and in The China Report feature in Issue 113, Torey Goodall in the Both Ends Of The Lens feature and Kyle MacDonald in the It’s About Damn […]

  4. […] Will in The China Report feature and bro-cam montage from that trip in this Issue 113 post. Share […]

  5. […] Matthews and Milligan in The Portugal Recollection article and video in this Issue 113 post, and get a hefty dose of McEntire on Canadian ‘crete by hitting the Pros & Bros Tour […]

  6. […] to L.A. for a 5-day roll-around with etnies Canada’s Cory Wilson (find him on the cover of Concrete #113) for the Timebomb Files Ep: […]

  7. […] to L.A. for a 5-day roll-around with etnies Canada’s Cory Wilson (find him on the cover of Concrete #113) for the Timebomb Files Ep: […]

  8. […] out Ellington’s Identity page by clicking to the online version of Issue 113, and stay tuned for more from Herman in Concrete #117, coming Feb.20. Thunder is available in […]

  9. […] Check out more from Will in our Issue 113 China Report feature and bro-cam edit (find it all right here), and check out his Supra Dist. […]

  10. […] a look back at our Black Out interview with Paul in Issue 113 (online here), and stay tuned for more from him in Issue 117, coming Feb.20. […]

  11. […] This isn’t too much of an oldie, but since the Think team was recently in Vancouver (check out our Instagram recap) we decided it fitting to look back at a video we posted nearly a year ago to the date. Think TM Justin Carlson assembled some clips featuring Russ Milligan, Josh Matthews and special guest Kevin Lowry to supplement an article we did called The Portugal Recollection in Issue 113 (flip through it on your cpu or mobile device right here). […]

  12. […] part from late 2011′s Bric-a-Brac by Vancouver’s Kitsch Skateboards. Included is his Issue 113 cover banger, which was the first time the now-famous Red Ribbon in Guangzhou, China was skated by North […]

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