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23 Responses to “Kizer Powerblading w. Dustin Werbeski & Mathias von Gostomski (VHS)”
Better Tricks make lame edit watchable. So put better tricks in instead of a fucking fakie wallride around in a skate park. OMFG HE WENT BACKWARDS AROUND A BEND SO MUCH SKILL!. nope just lazy high on drugs film making. faggits.
I hate to hate, but this is not a good example of what I thought owerblading was, it’s just doing aggressive tricks but twice as hard because the frames aren’t made for it. back royale, makio, wall rides on the vert? the style of the VHS/8mm was overdone, mixing the two styles didn’t work for me. I really like both of these skaters and they can skate circles around me, but this is a video for Kizer? lazy.
these guys are claiming to be so bohemian – so chill – but it all comes off so forced and cliched. whatever, who cares what I think, but this fell flat imo.
Mitch, this isn’t a video of some guys mucking about it’s a promotional video for Kizer frames. It’s an ad, they are trying to sell you something and I’m just saying I’m not loving their sales pitch. If they just wanted to much around they’d keep the video on their home computers and never post it anywhere – they certainly wouldn’t have a logo off the top. You’re use of the word fag on this site is what’s wrong with Rollernews. I wish this site had some sort of real moderation where REAL hate speech wasn’t allowed.
hahahahaha. i knew that haters gonna hate….. thats the sign of fresh!! the more haters the better the edit is. is the new way to messure good shit on rollernews i guess…. powerblading is only pure blading with tricks.
none of u can match those tricks on pb´s . and that , thats the truth u punk ass littel bitches outthere..
some good tricks in here for sure, but in my opinion it was way overdone. skate edits used to be about the tricks, not the style of editing or what camera was used for it.
what’s ironic is that it’s filmed with cameras from a time in rollerblading where skaters had balls and did massive tricks to deserve their sponsors. these guys make it look like “looking cool” is more important that skating your ass off.
don’t get me wrong, both skaters are talented. but before making this thing all cinematic, focus on getting some really impressive clips. we don’t watch powerblading to see the same stuff we can do on normal skates. utilize the speed to do massive grinds… get huge air off jumps… use the advantages powerblades give you to make a truly awesome edit