“The Swarm” starring Kevin Little. To celebrate Sic’s 20th anniversary it’s founder Kevin Little drops his very own limited edition wheel which was heavily influenced by many of his favorite things-notably old school hiphop, cheesy 80s horror videos, iconic Senate packaging as well as tips his helmet to the skaters that inspired him such as Chris Farmer, Demetrios George and Champion Baumstimler.
“To create something unique for our twentieth anniversary I wanted to make a special project so I came up with the concept of “The Swarm”, it’s a fictional story that would tie together both the promotional profile and the packaging of the wheel. I designed the packaging for the wheels to resemble campy VHS horror covers from the 80’s.
Special thanks to Lana and Richard Premo who lent me some awesome beekeepers outfits and props to shoot for the promo. Also thank you to Chris and Melissa Waters who created the awesome killa beez wax. And huge thanks to my my incredible family especially my beautiful wife Brittany Little who stitches me up and helps me put on my pants when I am too beat up to move." - Kevin Little.
Main filmer: Matt Bright. Filming assistance: Josh Bright and Steven “Spanky” Spath.
Luke Naylor kicked off his promotion to the Sic Urethane pro team with a bang! Luke has been absolutely destroying everything put in front of him for a very long time.
I still remember the first time seeing him skate years ago and realizing he is the future of blading. His powerful skating has been forged in the harsh streets of Michigan among one of the strongest scenes in rollerblading.
This is only the beginning for Luke, we know he is on to great things. Congratulations, Luke! You have earned it, brother. Pick up a set of Luke’s new pro wheel available now! Edit by Kevin Lebeau.
Sic Urethane owner Kevin Little filmed this section in his hometown of San Angelo, TX for the last 8 months. Dedicated to our homies Ray Soto and Nate Landerholm.
Filmed by Matt Bright, edited by Kevin Little. Support these brands: Sic Urethane, Razors skates, Create Originals frames, Triple 8 helmets, S9 bearings, That Easy Life, Brigade Brand.
2017 clips filmed by Zac Savageee & Brian Weis.
Music: Jarjarjr - Saints & Scholars. Support: FID Shred Co, Modern Skate & Surf, Detroit Bearing Co.
When Adam Bazydlo was announced as a Pro for Sic Urethane, I knew I wanted to put the Pro wheel edit together and do it in a way that was far from any piece I had created.
I had just received my Atomos Ninja Flame I figured this would be an ideal edit to put my rig to the test! Most of the days we spent filming this was just skating the city from location to location and with all the gear I was carrying it was a lot at times but we got it done and couldn’t be more pleased with the final product. - Brandon Andersen.
The Sounds. Here is the little video I made of some of the blading that went down on the Colorado Road Trip. I was too busy skating to film much, but I was able to get some incredible shots of one of my heroes: Jon Julio. Also featuring Andrew Broom, Brandon Bobadilla, Michael Kraft, Foogie Bartels, Alex O’Brien, Josh Acosta, Kevin Little, Wes Phelan, Andrew Scherf, Jon Sullivan, Michael Garlinghouse and Tory Treseder. - Kevin Little.
The Sights. Here is our view of the 2017 Colorado Road Trip. This is just a portion of the beautiful sights that we encountered while on the C.O.R.T.
Philip Moore came to Amsterdam hungry, not just for cheese pizza but for clips. And lots of them. Phil and Cavin Brinkman put in serious work and came out with this gem of a promo for Philip’s newest pro wheel. Phil as always comes through with the mind boggling tricks and his dirty south style.
Matt Bright moved down to San Angelo, TX last year and we immediately became great friends. He is one of the most humble and inspiring skaters that I have been around. His bag of tricks is very deep and he is constantly learning some crazy trick I didn’t know he was capable of.
I am proud to be able to make Matt’s first profile. Welcome to the Texas family, Matt! We are glad to have you. - Kevin Little.