Like after the last Sour Solution II when we got “sick but suck” we get “SUCKSESS” after Sour Solution III. And what we get is quite nice, some more Huhta, Isaksson, Berggren & Candon. Do we need more to start this autumn season off right? We don’t think so.
This is what you want, this is what you get. We are sure you are going to have a good time watching Sour’s all new video by Gustav Tønnesen – world’s best skateboarding video editor.
After last week’s “RICOCHET MED BERGGREN” featuring Axel Berggren, Love Öhling dropped another video but this time he brought a whole bunch of people together.
Axel Berggren is not only one of our favorite skaters but he is also one hell of a nice guy. Congratulations on this video part filmed by Love Öhling, this is absolutely amazing!
You don’t want to miss this one and you also might want to read the article on FREE and learn about “Jante”.
Filmed and edited by Fritte Söderström.
Photo by Filip Erlind.
David Jakinda, Vincent Huhta, Josef Scott Jatta & Axel Berggren skating Sweden’s Capital city. Jakinda can’t do no wrong!
A Swedish masterpiece by Fritte Soderstrom presented by our friends over at FREE.
Featuring Martin Sandberg, Nisse Ingemarsson, Hampus Jansson, Sebastian Ström, Konrad Annerud, Simon Karlsson, Josef Skott Jatta, Daniel Grönwall, Vilbur Fritzon, Viktor Castro, Mario Eriksson, Axel Lindquist, Simon Hallberg, Vincent Huhta & Axel Berggren.
Baeonci is back with a whole new thing Eva Skateboards! Featuring the people you want to be featured in Henry’s work. It is exciting to see the kids do their own stuff. Let’s see where they go with it.
Axel Berggren, Louis Wood, Sebbe Dianof, Elias Mensi, Vincent Huhta, Adde Kamlid, Gabriel Viking, Ice Surat Sriphadungm,
Axel Källmén, Eric Hedberg, Mateo Bergil, Alex “Plankton Andersson, David Lindahl, Moshe Beskow, Eliott Toiminen, Axel Berggren and Jonathan Sjöberg.
Remember when Chad Muska said:
“Yeah, the radio… the Ghettoblaster just is a must on the session, man!”Chad Muska, 1999, Feedback.
Well, it seems like this new generation is edging in closer to that feeling Chad had when he said that. Because Oscar Säfström basically told us the same thing:
“It was all filmed at a schoolyard in Stockholm, Sweden, me and Axel Berggren filmed, we put the speaker on full volume, cracked some beers on the spot and made this video.”Oscar Säfström, 2020.
Now, in the end, Vincent Huhta’s noseslides may not be as big and he still hasn’t landed a Nollie Flip to Wheelie but the spirit is there and it is nice to see the future taking skateboarding to a very fun level.
Shoutout to these youngsters for giving us all that let’s go skate feeling:
Oscar Säfström, Axel Berggren, Gabriel Viking, Vincent Huhta & Sebastian Lundström.
Of course, some of his homeys have now become household names but the video shows that the bond is strong between these people and Stockholm as a whole seems like a pretty tight scene.
One last thing, it is not easy to change your style from video to video but with this one, we do see Sean attempting to engage in new styles to grow and that is lovely to see.
Baeonci is back with a new edit featuring all of our favorite skaters. We will be back in CPH/Malmö soon, hit our line.
Feat.: Heitor Da Silva, Ville Wester, Axel Berggren, Vincent Huhta & many more.
A new Baeonci production straight from the mean streets of Malmö featuring some of our favorites.
The third and final installment of a series of collaborative moves that can only be described as bringing the best of both worlds.
Fashion and product design from a company that brings together runway and youth culture combined with the swagger of Portland’s finest, combined with a legend like Eric Koston and you get FRI.day.
Before you press play take a trip down memory lane and check out the first FRI.day 001 video:
Shot in Soulland’s home town of Copenhagen, Denmark. Featuring a strong crew consisting of Eric Koston, Hjalte, Karsten, Hugo, Ville, Jugga & Oski.
Then after we got the sequel with the 002 episode traveling all the way to Eric’s hometown of Los Angeles to show and prove that the first one was not a fluke. Check out our little talk with one of PLACE’s favorites Ville Wester here.
And now we are at the third and final stop, a stop that unlike the first two doesn’t visit a person but visits Soulland’s own Silas Adler’s home of inspiration, Tokyo. We like you are excited so press play and let the FRI.day venom spike into your veins 🐍