Primitive skateboards just got its new 46 minute long video out, straight to YouTube.
Most of the pro and amateurs have a full part, but the video also showcases new talents like Spencer Hamilton, who was recently added to the squad and Giovanni Vianna, with a full part to introduce him as the new Primitive rank.
The video ends on a high note with a part of the brazilian skater Tiago Lemos, who decided that he would pop higher and slide longer than anybody else right now.
The british filmer and traveller James “DJ” Davidson went to Paris for a couple of days earlier this year. With his mighty VX1000 in his hands, and a crew composed of parisians and british friends, he managed to put out 5 minutes of good skateboarding around the capital. Five minutes in five days, that is a good ratio if you ask me! So here is Boof (a reference to Boom?), a british vision of Paris.
Here is a list of a few spot shown in the video, available on the Krak map ( Available on our app ) :
Lost in the middle of the woods in the (quite far) southern Paris, Street Trash is well knowned DIY spot, which location is still kept (fairly) secret by its creators. We got the chance to skate it with them, and it is definetly a harsh spot: rad transition, crusty concrete and pool coping!
Here is a few photo of locals. Go out there and pour some concrete!
Like every year on Halloween, the Cosanostra opens its door for a night session. This year the skaters even got the chance to celebrate in the new pool built for the VPS a few month ago, thanks to rather cold but dry weather.
Enjoy the video report and join us to keep tuned about skate events in your town!