Thanks Michael Garlinghouse for making an old dog feel special on his birthday. - Kenji Kai Yee.
Gil Silva Cunha skating at the Peitruss skatepark in Luxembourg City (april 2017). Filmed & edited by Jim Lorang. Music: Monophonics - Bang bang.
At Rollerblade, we only work with the best people in the sport. Either they have an outstanding background knowledge of the industry or they are professionals with a history in the sport.
Some, like Tom Hyser, have both. Tom is an OG from the early 1990s, and, together with a handful of skaters, brought street skating where it is today. Tom visited Winterclash in Eindhoven in February and we had a chat about his role with Rollerblade.
Please enjoy: Inside the Brand with Tom Hyser: Product Marketing Manager – USA.
It was Jon Julio’s 40th Bday. This man has done so much in his life. Rollerblading would not be what it is today without him. Love this guy. been a fan since '97. – Shoes With Wheels.
Originally hailing from the SNF Minnesota blade scene, and a veteran of the sport for 23 years, Nic Brenden shows us his unique moves and smooth lines at our local street spots and skateparks in Sunny Los Angeles, KTG style! – Killing the Game.
This dirty 33 year old blader is showing no signs of slowing down. – Gabriel Gok.
Music: Black Sabbath – N.I.B.
NEW Cork Blade edit featuring Patrick O’Sullivan serving up some hammers. An Irish veteran twenty years deep with the last section dropping over a decade ago under John McEvoy's Play. Beastin! Enjoy! - Morgan Lynch (FB).
I never would have thought putting on my first pair of skates when I was 12 that I’d still have a set on when I was 31. This sport has completely changed my life ; given me a set of close friends that I can count on for life, brought me on countless trips around the world that have so many fun memories and shaped a large part of who I am today.
Someday when my kids make the mistake to call me uncool I look forward to pushing play on these videos and saying ‘oh yeah, can you do this?’ Enjoy! – Patrick O’Sullivan (FB).
PS: big thanks to Morgan for convincing me to dust off my skates and give it one more go as well as filming and editing this for me, and Gary and Brian for chipping in with some filming as well, much love my brothers!