Rollerblading is fun. We all know that, if you didn't think so you wouldn't be reading this right now...
In case you missed it Shop-Task is once again carrying the new jeans from Vibralux Denim. In the past Vibralux had always made the best slim fit jeans, known for being extremely easy to skate in with a cut that you could wear when you go out. Long time fans of the brand exist and its a relief to know that each line is an improvement in overall quality and stylish as ever.
Shop Task Toronto is having our first info night. Anyone is welcome to come that has an interest in learning more about inline skating.
For the past few weeks Brian Long and Danny Beer have been working on a little something something to promote Seba's new line of aggressive skates. Being the talented skaters they are, Danny and Brian decided to make a true street edit for the brand filled with creative tricks, awesome spots and on point rap music. Anyone who has ever tried to make a street section of their own knows just how difficult a task this can be especially when the person you are collaborating with lives in a different country!
Its hard to believe that rollerblading is alive and well when brushing the snow off your car becomes an integral part of your daily routine. For those looking for some sort of early relief next winter I highly suggesting attending the Pandhandle Pow Wow for a weekend of around the clock skating, camping, live music and most importantly friends.
As most of you already know Tommy Chung gets nice on the aggressive inline's and Danny Beer gets freaky behind the lens.
Brian Long is Shop Task Seattle's store manager / most stylish skater we know.
Ryan Roux is one of the best bladers we know!
Ryan has been blading for a real long time and has always been one of the top names coming out of Canada.
If you ever get a chance to blade with him, please do. You are in for a treat. This is a promo edit for Ryan helping to promote Shop-Task, Razors and RPT
The wait is over.
Fish 'n' Clips is finally available online and it does not disappoint. This video is for the boy's. It is a special piece that looks at rollerblading as a bonding ritual rather than something super serious used to separate the boys from the men. Everyone in this video is clearly having a blast. It reminds me of when I first started skating and every kid on my street would either use a skateboard or rollerblades as their main way of interacting with the outside world.
The wait is over, your favourite group of East Coast Canadian By's have put together an amazing collection of skating that is not only diverse in style but also beautiful in its cinematography.