What do you know about skateboarding in St. Louis, Missouri? If you’ve been following our site over the last few years, you might know about the St. Losers, an impressive crew of blue-collar rippers that have been unapologetic in repping their hometown despite its rusty crust. We wrote about the premiere of their last video a few years ago, and, now, we’re proud to show off sections of their newest offering, “Comb,” which digs even deeper into that Midwest patina.

Spoiler alert: the whole video is basically colored brown. Whether it’s the old, brick buildings, crud encrusted sidewalks, or rusted metal railings, “Comb” may be the most shit-colored skate video ever (which is not to say it’s shitty, quite the contrary, actually). For a place once nicknamed “Brick City,” St. Louis was bound to become a literal brown town, and “Comb” shows it off in glorious fashion.

Without further ado, we’re happy to show y’all this most excellent section featuring the Send Help skaters from “Comb.” Props to these guys for skating over shit so smoothly and making dilapidated buildings look so fun. Paint the town brown, baby!

Featuring

Randy Ploesser
Pat “P Franks” Franklin
Marty Murawski
Ryan Sublette
Alex Kehoe

Alex Kehoe isn’t above curse words

Ryan Sublette switch fifties to dab

“Nah, put more on it.”

Comments

  1. A concerned Citizen

    January 20, 2018 9:26 am

    St. Louis was never really referred to as the “Brick City”

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    • Stan the Man

      January 20, 2018 12:15 pm

      with access to immense amounts of red clay, St. Louis became one of the most concentrated areas of brick use in the world in the 19th century. Brick commerce thrived for a century and St. Louis was definitely “really” referred to by many as the Brick City. of course long before most cities proclaimed to be Brick City for obvious other reasons.

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  2. I miss Imo's Pizza

    January 22, 2018 3:26 pm

    I think its so fucked that the rest of the country doesn’t have access to provel cheese, but we do have access to Nelly. STL you need to revise your exports.

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  3. uncrustable

    January 22, 2018 7:14 pm

    highly enjoyable

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  4. Concerned person

    January 23, 2018 6:45 am

    As you all know stl skateboarding has grown. There for Alex and the rest of their “group” are very clicky. Not welcoming. Stuck up people.

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