Some new 2-years-in-the-making-Danny-MacAskill-ness for you to marvel at. Sometimes you just need to session a yoga ball.
I love that the Albion dudes dropped this video to coincide with the online version of issue 9, as the “Live Free or Die” article with Clint Reynolds (and crew) is one of my favorites. Clint is such a rad, inspiring dude and this article brought all that to life.
You can now read Albion issue 9 HERE.
We’ve written down 100 random questions and assorted topics, all of which are unbeknownst to our victims. We will be asking people to pick 20 random numbers from 1-100 and then supplying them with those questions/topics to answer. Who knows what might come up!?!?!
Up next is Chicago’s own Master Baker, Brian Kachinsky.
GOODfeelin crew tweaked up the site and dumped a bunch of pics in. Go HERE.
More ballistic for dat ass.
Vans OTW Collection Fall 2013: Ballistic Pack
The Vans OTW Collection presents revamped renderings of the Alomar, Ludlow and Prelow this fall in the Ballistic pack. Progressive streetwear styling meets technical materialization as each silhouette is built with ballistic mesh uppers for a fresh, five-piece assortment for the forthcoming season.
The Alomar resurfaces with a duo of tonal options in Dark Grey and Black/Black. The Prelow follows up its spring 2013 debut with contrasting Black/Mint and Orange/Navy offerings which set traditional hues against color-popped UltraCush Lite outsoles. The Ludlow rounds off the pack with a solo Black/White colorway. Additional material detailing includes metal eyelets, pig suede panels, mesh liners and cotton sport laces. The Ballistic pack arrives this month at select Vans OTW Collection retailers, or hit up Vans.
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We posted this Aaron Ross / Fox “Created To Destroy” episode. I loved it then, and still love it now.
Jet Bicycle? Sure, why not. This guy looks like he’s loving every minute of it.
Click below for the video.
“Setting out from Shanghai, John Watson and Mission Workshop began their cycling tour of China’s Yangtze River Delta. Using both film and digital formats, Watson photographed the surroundings and encounters with the local community. Led by their friends from Factory Five, they headed into a frenetic network of massive residential complexes, large industrial parks, and super highways. At first glance, the route seemed straightforward, however, the reality of the 1,000km trip was far more intense than anyone expected.”
If you’re in San Francisco this weekend, check out the show (flyer above, duh).