Neil Ingall: Lunchtime Session

Most of us probably know the feeling, sitting at work, waiting for it to finish and thinking about blading almost all day. Lucky are the ones with a skatepark close by, so the lunch break can be used for a...

DRC: The Queen’s Speech Edit

The great DRC crew strikes again with yet another great edit, featuring the lads' recent trip to London. Needless to say, it is just as entertaining to watch as they have fun blading, and while we put up the...

Nick Lomax: December 2014 Edit

So you thought the secret of Nick Lomax's productivity resided in the sunny Barcelona weather and the city's endless spots? Well, put the USD Pro skater in the UK's shitty December weather, and he will still...

James Bower: Dirt Box Promo Edit

Sam Currie's infamous English brand Dirt Box released yet another piece, this time a tracksuit named “Holsten Sweats”: two things that fit James Bower perfectly, so he decided to go out in the streets and...

Sam Crofts: London City Part II

USD's british team rider and overall nutcase Sam Crofts is back at it with the follow-up to his first London section. Brought to you by talented videomaker Tom Sharman, it goes without saying that it's a good...

Razors Tapes: Weekend in London

The latest release in the Razors Tapes series is once again brought to you by Alex Burston. He spent a weekend in London, along with James Bower and other skilled cats, and came up with yet another...

Top 5: Leon Humphries

I've been here for an hour already, trying to write this intro but everything so far doesn’t seem good enough. I don’t want it to sound like a love letter, too stereotypical, but how do I express my...

DIRT BOX // LONDON by Jon Lee

London’s Jon Lee gave an interesting Interview to the guys from Dirt Box, coming along with a 23 minute long edit. Its worth the read and worth the watch, so take a few minutes and get on it if you...

Interlude by Tom Sharman

This is our interval from daily life, our interlude. This dream-like short film attempts to depict a specific personal escapism. Part of a potential conceptual series based on abstract visions of...

One Minute, One Spot: Sam Crofts vs. St. Paul’s Cathedral

It's not really hard to forget the first time that I met Sam, it must have been over ten years ago now at Chi park. I remember watching this little guy, barely pushing 4' 9", tearing up the park almost fearlessly in what I can only assume were his dad's clothes, with more enthusiasm than I had ever seen at that forsaken place.

Interview: Elliot Stevens

Elliot Stevens (portrait by Adam Kola) Elliot Stevens’ name has become synonymous with everything that you want blading to be. His skating is balanced and proportioned, he goes big, but isn’t a clown,...