Skateboard Videos

Fat Banger or is there still something to come? Top5: The best Skateboard Videos 2016

Last year, we enjoyed numerous clips, in which the skate pros in the world have shown us what they are able to do. Some of them have been particularly memorable. We introduce you to five of them.

Jarne Verbruggen's
Presented by Trasher, Jarne Verbruggen's "Never Skateboard" part has knocked our socks off. We will certainly hear further things from the young Belgians over the next few years. He has many sponsors in his pocket, including major names like Nike SB Footwear, Element, RVCA, Independent Truck Co, Muckefuck Wheels, Area 51 and the Lockwood Skateshop from Antwerp.

Aaron „Jaws” Homoki
Aaron has already proved to us that he is one of the best in his profession. He defeated the "Holy Grail" of skateboarding - the 25 steps of Lyon. With his latest clip "Criddler on the Roof 2", he continues his obsession for house roofs impressively. The video is almost inevitably made out of NBDs. No one else dares to dive down the roof tiles this way.

Denny Pham
The Berlin resident by choice more and more climbs up the stairs in the international scene. Last year he showed in the "Next New Wave" edition of the Skateboard Mag that he could definitely compete with the American skaters. Meanwhile he is beeing pushed by brands such as Nike SB, Jart Skateboards, Red Bull and Flip Skateboards.

Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg
Oskar has already established his international reputation at a young age. At the age of 17, the Swede from the skating town of Malmö was sent to the USA by his sponsors to give his career a fine-tuning. Last year, his part was particularly prominent in the "I Like It Here Inside My Mind, Do not Wake Me This Time" clip from Polar Skate Co.

Tiago Lemos
Sponsored by DC Shoes, the Brazilian really does not lack perfection. In the "Press Play" video Tiago convinces with an impressive cleanliness and phat tricks. Already in the middle of last year the worth seeing film about him with the title "Guerreiro: The Tiago Lemos Story" was published. Meanwhile, the skate artist left his home in Brazil and now lives in California.