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48 Responses to “Jeff Stockwell: Heat Park Edit (2006)”
heat made the only silk screen chlothing in recent rollerblading years. i sktaed the origonal stockwells for a year and a half before even rotating them. and the designs were way fuckin cooler than most other brands, and actualy origonal, unlike some companies we know. (b-unique) not to mention they still do produce shit. and its still realy fuckin cool. you all just live in different areas were certain brands are more popular than others. i dont even remeber the last time i saw someone wtih usds. demographics i guess.
i think iv watched this edit about 100 times since it first came out and it still blows me away. stockwells fluid and steezy and has some difficult tricks in there handled effortlessly. hope he has recovered from his injury i need some more footage!
I remember Jeff and Dre Powell collided at bittercold and dre took jeff the fuck out. I dont know if hes still injured from that but it looked like dre basically kicked stockwells shins about as fast as you could go on skates. I havent seen jeff in a single edit since then. I also heard he doesnt get to skate as much now because he had to get a full time job because obviously skating does not pay bills.
Oh yea, and this edit is one of my favorite things in rollerblading ever. It always makes the cut when I clean out my harddrives, although I actually kinda tend to keep myself from watching it, because when I do, I usually watch it over and over and then like an hour has gone by, haha.
best section ever!
one of the best skaters ever!
every section he has done over the years (3 come to mind) are amazing, the lines, tricks that other skaters dont think of doing, id rather see one good trick done solid that some skab tap dance sketchy down a rail