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Russell Day is San Diego born and raised. This is his 2016 profile for ONEblademag. Interview & Photos on Oneblademag.com.
Cover photo by Macgowan.
Wednesday afternoon skate at our local skatepark. Featuring: Sem Croft, Russell Day, Jaro Frijn, Erik Droogh, Adam Szymanski and a young new upcoming talent: Poema Kitseroo.
After being injured for most of the summer and fall, Russell Day is getting back in the game with these recovery clips.
Filmed by Jaren Day, Max Manning, Oscar Sosa, Jeremiah Dougherty, Dustin Thompson and Danny Lopez. Edited by Cavin Brinkman. Thumbnail photo by Sean Macgowan.
Update: added full edit.
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.
Previously: Russell Day & Anthony Luna: 5 Hours In Taft.
The ole lady and I decided to bail on Michigan winter and go visit my long time blader homie, Chris (Cootchi Mane) Couture and his gal in San Diego to soak in some much needed rays.
We snuck in 3 days of blading, riding Dumb and Dumber style on his moped around town in search of the California dream. We may have found it, but forgot after a couple of bong rips, or like thirty bong rips.
Either way, my bro and I managed to whip up this rad lil edit. Check her out. And Fuck Winter.
Filmed by Chris Couture, Matt Oz and Russel Day, chopped and screwed by Brad and Matt Oz. Filmed on a shitty ass Iphone 4, GoPro 2 and one clip from Russel Day’s Canon DSLR.
Update: Part 2 (Street) added.
Russell Day is as humble as he is determined, both showing in his very selective style of skating. If it’s not enough that he works all week and coordinates traveling all weekend to skate new things, he does it all with a smile and an unmistakable laugh.
Whether it’s hammer time, impossible switch ups, or flawless lines, he brings his own clear vision to the table and will for years to come. – Jeremiah Dougherty.
Part 1: Parks & Plazas
Part 2: Street