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people talk so much shit on these im pretty sick of it, so what if u dont like the company. the dude got a sponser, congrats. least someone recognized it. half of yall probably dont have any room to talk. i take that back…90% of yall. dont like a compay? dont buy it. thats why im not runnin around in hollister jeans but im not out cuttin somone down who does
it blading. who gives a fuck if the company is around for a week or 10 years or what they make or who skates for what or how cool a trick is. fuck that. have fun and go blade with ya homies.
wait wait….must be a joke….i really dont understand how this dude makes skating look “cool”…..isnt that the point?….or shit prolly omars pick judgin by his later “career”….i know alot of quotations…go fuck yourself
kevin is well deserving of any support companies give him. in the few times i’ve had the pleasure of skating with him he was one of the nicest people ever on a first impression and proved to be just an overall cool person in general.
I give Yee credit for his innovative lines. He has a unique way of selecting tricks that sticks out. Unfortunately only about 5 percent of the tricks he puts in his edits look decent. The rest is sloppy blading that makes me grind my teeth. That’s just my opinion though. There are obviously people that dig his style otherwise he wouldn’t be advancing in comps and gaining sponsors.
Props to Yee, his commitment to the industry seems to be paying off.