Filmed and edited by Joe Navran (Future Prospect Productions).
With profiles on Franky Morales, Jimmy Shuda, Abdiel Colberg and Rachard Johnson. Featuring people such as Brian Shima, Dustin Latimer, Josh Petty, Dominic Sagona, Tat Nasu, Shayne Skowers and many others.
Artwork by Arlo Eisenberger.
“Skating has to mature and grow, which it hasn’t. It has regressed.” — Beau Cottington.
Joe Navran’s 1998 video: “Future of Rollerblading” featuring Erik Burke, Robert Lievanos, Dustin Latimer, Josh Clarke, Jason Marshall, John Starr, Brian Shima, Pat Lennen, Matt Andrews, and “Future Prospects”: John Glynn, Kevin Gillan, Billy Prislin, Pat Milbery, and more… This video inspired A LOT of people to make their own blade flicks.
Youtube Mirror. Cover & video courtesy of Oneblademag.com.
Straight Jackit was a term thought up by Jeromy Morris, Alex Broskow, Brandon Mateer, and Adam Johnson as they journeyed from Kansas to California for the first of many trips. A video featuring Brian Aragon, Chris Haffey, Chris Farmer, Alex Broskow & more!
Brian Aragon |
Aesop montage |
The KFC montage |
Metallica montage |
Chris Haffey |
Chris Farmer |
Alex Broskow |
Vibralux Team part |
We were able to film with Montre Livingston in Charlotte, KCMO, Lawrence, Dallas, Albuquerque, and Los Angeles. Montre joined the Vibralux family last summer at the Motor Town Classic and we were excited to get to work on his new profile, The Vibralux Trail of Beers. Check out the profile and travel with Tre as he wrecks spots across the country. – Adam Johnson.
Support the people who make great content – Paypal.me/montre666
We were able to film with Chris Farmer in Los Angeles, Kansas City, Lawrence, Phoenix, Tucson, Atlanta, and Minneapolis to bring you this full profile while he was in-between injuries.
Starting the profile by ripping off the skin on his ass Chris was able to outdo himself his first day back with a substantial gash to the shin bone resulting in the end of his Atlanta trip.
Followed up with the struggle of Southern California skating and a short trip to the desert the project spanned into the winter months. A cold, unforgiving winter in Kansas City yielded few tricks and the filming continued into the Spring months with a final trip to Minneapolis. - Vibraluxdenimusa.com (Sellfy).
We were able to film with Chris Haffey in Los Angeles, Kansas City, Phoenix, Atlanta, Tucson, and Lawrence to bring you this full profile, his first since Regardless. – Vibraluxdenimusa.com.
B-Roll Remix - by Amaury Dupas
On June 2015, Adam Johnson released 17 minutes of B-Roll of the Chris Haffey Vibralux VOD. Amaury Dupas edited this footage and released it as a 3.26 min edit. Enjoy! Video on Vimeo.