Look past the strange man on the cover of this video and take our word for it: Heavy Mayo is top shelf.
But you might be surprised to hear the standout of the video isn’t one specific banger or part, it’s actually the filming. Videographer Jonathan Fitzgerald and crew dodge, duck, dip, and dive through the streets of Australia capturing the action tastefully. Seeing how they swerve into various lines at the precise moment is as impressive and exhilarating as some of the tricks themselves. And since everyone just tries to film like Bill Strobeck these days, the fluid line style feels even more memorable.
Among the surge of brands that started in the mid ’10s, Pass~Port continues to surprise us with attention to detail in all their projects and their extended family Hoddle is right there with them. Skateboarding, balls out!
PLOTTING THE LIFECYCLE OF A TRENDY TRICK
"Pressure flips are cool again. Actually, their second act has lasted longer than their first did."
HODDLE’S “HEAVY MAYO” IS GOOD. REAL GOOD.
You might be surprised to hear the standout of the video isn’t one specific banger or part, it’s actually the filming.
HERE’S A BRANDON WESTGATE INTERVIEW NOT ONLY ABOUT CRANBERRIES
Yes, cranberries did pop up, but only because Brandon mentioned them.
A FIRST LOOK AT OPERA AND SKATEBOARDING’S NEWEST GROUP OF BRANDS
Bill Weiss and a few of his close friends are picking up the pieces from the Dwindle rubble and starting fresh with a new slew of brands.
IS TOO MUCH SKATE CONTENT BAD FOR YOU?
I spent a day torturing myself watching nothing but McClung brothers footage to find out.