Archive for the ‘Photos’ Category
Thanks to Razor_Dave we got a new pic of the all new Razors skate.
Razors Shima 6
- Ground Control Bullet HiLo
- Reign Neoprene white liners
More about the Razors Brian Shima 6 :
Photos from this Summer,
this is the spot where Eric Perkett were hurt if i’m not wrong
check the photo gallery thanks Sqareface!
Rat Tail Distribution, Inc. is the exclusive distributor of 4×4 Urethane, Ground Control Apparel, Vicious Bearings and Rat Tail Films in the United States. Rat Tail is a 100% skater owned corporation headed by Jan Welch, Jon Elliott and Brian Shima
Here are some archives of their artwork, ads, photos :
^ nothing can stop Cameron Card, and surely not the snow !
Check this clip, Froggy only manage to take it before the battery was dead…
After some try Andy falled in the void (no media, sorry), rolled on the floor like a cat and decided to give-up … for a moment…
Andy de l’ATM Crew (Mulhouse) sur cet enorme rail rouge…
Jetez un coup d’oeil a ce clip, Froggy a reussi a le filmer avant que sa batterie ne lache…
After est ensuite tombe du cote vide, a roule sur le sol comme un chat (pas de video desole) !
merci Froggy !
^ Martina Sbodova makes a graceful exit off the street course
1. Chris Haffey
3. Brian Shima
4. Jeff Stockwell
5. Stephano Alfano
6. Bruno Lowe
7. Richie Valesquez
8. Randy Juarez
9. Sven Boekhorst
10. Wilfried Rossignol
1. Fallon Heffernan
2. Katie Ketchum
3. Jenna Downing
4. Fabiola da Silva
5. Martina Svobodova
6. Kaya Turski
Vert : And the New World Champion Is . . . Still A Yasutoko!
It felt like a family reunion. Skaters who hadn’t seen each other in months hugged and chatted on the deck before the comp started.
Marco de Santi took a break from Cirque du Soleil rehearsal. Ayumi Kawasaki made the long haul from Osaka, Japan and Marc Englehart put his skates on for the first time since twisting his knee nearly a month ago.
^ Micah Yeager – photo : Dan Busta
quoting Dan Busta :
Rollerblade photography is a division of photography not often explored by many photographers.
Most of the popular inline shooters, including myself, skate and have a solid passion for this often disrespected sport.
Within my eight years of shooting inline, I have seen the most famous and the most undiscovered skaters at their top level, pushing the human body to its most extreme limits.
This photography mends studio, location, architecture, sport and fashion. This combination makes a distinguished style image showing each skaters actions in its best form.