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Russell Day (31) - Happy 31st Birthday, Adapt Edit (2017)

Fri, Jun 2, 2017
Russell Day (31) - Happy 31st Birthday, Adapt Edit (2017)

Few clips of Russel Day for his 31st birthday.

Russell Day (31) - Happy 31st Birthday, Adapt Edit (2017)

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Russell Day & Derek Hall - Adapt Clips by Michel Prado (2017)

Wed, May 31, 2017

Russell Day & Derek Hall - Adapt Clips by Michel Prado (2017)
Russell Day & Derek Hall - Adapt Clips by Michel Prado (2017)

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Long Beach - Ghetto Park, Mini Ramp Contest + Rail Battle (2017), organized by Tim Franken, Winners: Jeff Stockwell & Russell Day

Thu, May 25, 2017
Long Beach - Ghetto Park, Mini Ramp Contest + Rail Battle (2017), organized by Tim Franken, Winners: Jeff Stockwell & Russell Day

Jeff Stockwell won the mini ramp contest and Russell Day took the rail battle. Huge thank you to Tim Franken for hosting the contest and for everybody. - Aaron Schultz.

Long Beach - Ghetto Park, Mini Ramp Contest + Rail Battle (2017), organized by Tim Franken, Winners: Jeff Stockwell & Russell Day

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Russell Day - 2017 Adapt Stealth Pro model, Promo Edit

Sun, Apr 16, 2017

The story of how Russell Day became an Adapt rider keeps reminding me of an old Chris Haffey interview in Daily Bread. Chris talked about buying his first skates from his now longtime sponsor.

Russell Day - 2017 Adapt Stealth Pro model, Promo Edit

For some reason, that felt right to me. The idea that one of the biggest superstars in blading once bought his skates from a small company just because he wanted to show his support strikes me.

Russell Day - 2017 Adapt Stealth Pro model, Promo Edit

There is nothing more flattering then a rider who buy's the product just because he loves the brand and wants to support it. Russell Day wrote me an e-mail when we just started out with Adapt. Telling me how he liked the brand and wanted to try it out.

Already afraid we had another rider asking for free skates, he just replied he wanted to buy them. 5 years later, that same person who wrote us that e-mail, just received his first Adapt pro skate and had been a member of the Adapt family since day one.

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