Russell Day was one of the first riders on our team to choose an Unlimited skate from us. Going with the gold and silver he made sure his skates would not go unseen in this sick edit by Max Manning. – Adaptbrand.com.
Earlier this year Russell Day proposed that we check out the NorthWest Shred Tour.
We ended up embarking on this tour with some of the radest dudes we know and had an amazing time shredding the streets and parks of the northwest while also sharing some of the best times with so many of our skater friends from all over the country.
This was with out a doubt one of the funnest tours I have had the pleasure of going on! Over 10 running mins of Northwest gnarly for you dudes, hope you enjoy! – Max Manning.
Skaters (In Order Of Appearance): Winston Wardwell, Russell Day, Dre Powell, Kennan Scott, Allen Clark, Korey Waikiki, Carter Leblanc, Jon Copeland, Aaron Feinberg, Sean Keane, Cameron Talbot.
Over the last 2 years I have had the pleasure of filming with hundreds of talented dudes in the blading spectrum.
I initially had the idea to make a collaborative skate flick with all the different people I have gotten to film and shred with. The project was botched late last year and the footage has been on layaway since.
I felt like it was time to kinda get it all out there, even if its not current or on point with the revolving trends of blading I wanted to put it together for all the dudes that threw down for me!
Part 1 of 3 this piece offers a standard blade style intro with some rad tricks to keep it flowin. Hope ya’ll dig it. – Max Manning.
Filmed & Edited by Max Manning. Additional Filming: Lonnie Gallegos, Russell Day, Bill Hedrick. Bladers (In Order Of Appearance): Tad Tregeagle, Ryan Stevens, Tony Rivituso, Ian Freunscht, Tim Franken, Jake Chok, Brian Arnold, Dre Powell, Brian Aragon, Russell Day, Lyle Shivak, Jeremy Gallegos, Alex Wick, Korey Waikiki, Eric Balle, Andrew Diapolo, Nick Wood, Casey Wilson, Howie Bennet, Russell Day & Garret Mitschelen.
I’ve known Dre Powell for a long time now and have probably been filming together for the past 3 years now. While dudes been through a steady challenge of injuries and age, he still seems to never stop moving forward.
Always skating always finding new things to skate.He has a keen eye for doing odd things at sick skate spots and still holds some of the most casual and smooth styles out there. He still throw’s huge gaps and still does some of the illest mistrial tricks out there! – Max Manning.
Alex Wick is beast! This kid is always down to shred and always trying new things on his skates. Had alot of fun making this edit with him. Sorry we didn’t get it out sooner though! Hopefully it gets the hype it deserves, there is some serious stunts in this section!
Just last year we tried to release a skate video under the title “Those Left”. Needless to say it didn’t work out. I will be uploading 2 sections every 2 weeks for the next 2 months!
Hope everyone enjoys the shreddin! Look out for more tricks from Alex in the Intro coming later this week as well as the montages releasing shortly! – Max Manning.
Filmed & Edited by Max Manning. Featuring Andrew Dipaolo, Chris Calkins, Gene Galang, Russell Day, Winston Wardwell. Orion Staff: Louie Zamora, Jason Kasid, Gus Mendoza, Ryan Nafsu.
Quoting Max Manning:
A quick insight to the typical weekend with Orion Live Skate Contests. This month Orion Live has teamed up with non other than Santee’s finest.
Damien Wilson and the rest of the Fester household provided us with a hell of an obstacle and a kick ass time.
We started the day off with a couple games of shoes and beers and before you know it the place was packed and the show had begun. Andrew Dipaolo actually ended up taking the throne on this one though you would never know from watching this edit.
Footage was takin in more of a fun Broll like manner rather than actually focusing on the skating itself. Wanted to kinda portray the good times we’ve been having over here at Orion while provided you all with a free online HD streamed competition.
Couple Focus Pulls were definitely a bit off as I was having some serious issues with my Zoom’s Aperture Diaphragm (It wouldn’t come out of 3.5 or 2.8) I literally had to drop my native iso back to 100 and then give it extra shutter to maintain a solid dynamic range..