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    Quote Originally Posted by frome_skater View Post
    I always thought it was called sidewalk becuase when you skate you walk sideways
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    I checked it and I chilled

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    "There are people in skateboarding whose views and backgrounds differ from mine, but I appreciate that they’re a part of it because that’s what keeps skating so diverse and not just some homogenized bullshit. More opinions, more girls, more homosexuality, more global representation." Ryan Lay

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    just went to quote
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    and saw it had =youtube;75yWhud9QH4 as the video code.
    am now double amused.


    Gilbert Crockett the human rocket whuds up

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    couldn't manage much of that 411 for some reason.
    unlike Danny Gonzales, it just failed to grab

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    That song in that Crockett clip gave it an early 90s/H-Streetesque feel.
    The ledge lipslide was awesome too. Don't see that very often.
    "There are people in skateboarding whose views and backgrounds differ from mine, but I appreciate that they’re a part of it because that’s what keeps skating so diverse and not just some homogenized bullshit. More opinions, more girls, more homosexuality, more global representation." Ryan Lay

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    Crockett hasn't put a single bad clip out. I love all of his footage back home in Virginia with the Bust Crew guys - like that clip, Franc. It's always got such a nice and quaint feel to it, it looks like it's constantly autumn in Richmond. Bonus points for the phase were he almost exclusively rocked navy blue jeans and plain white t-shirts too. His 'Old Dominion' part definitely deserves being in here and it's rad he still rides for the shop he grew up with.



    Ty Beall has a great opening section in that video too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Farran Golding View Post
    Crockett hasn't put a single bad clip out. I love all of his footage back home in Virginia with the Bust Crew guys - like that clip, Franc. It's always got such a nice and quaint feel to it, it looks like it's constantly autumn in Richmond. Bonus points for the phase were he almost exclusively rocked navy blue jeans and plain white t-shirts too. His 'Old Dominion' part definitely deserves being in here and it's rad he still rides for the shop he grew up with.
    Yes, yes, YES, yes and yes.

    * orders 2 G&Ts *
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farran Golding View Post
    Crockett hasn't put a single bad clip out. I love all of his footage back home in Virginia with the Bust Crew guys - like that clip, Franc. It's always got such a nice and quaint feel to it, it looks like it's constantly autumn in Richmond. Bonus points for the phase were he almost exclusively rocked navy blue jeans and plain white t-shirts too. His 'Old Dominion' part definitely deserves being in here and it's rad he still rides for the shop he grew up with.
    Agreed on his footage output and I liked his jeans and t-shirt phase too but what on earth inspired the gear change up that followed?! He's toned it down a bit more recently however, maybe it's something for the Gok Wan thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ihatethegeneralpublic View Post
    Agreed on his footage output and I liked his jeans and t-shirt phase too but what on earth inspired the gear change up that followed?! He's toned it down a bit more recently however, maybe it's something for the Gok Wan thread.
    Yeah, clean-cut Gilbert was best Gilbert.

    He kind of went through this sort of Northern Soul/heroin dealer hybrid look for a while, but thankfully it seems he's coming out of it.

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