Quartersnacks Top 10 — January 26, 2018

Given the well-established biases of the QS office, Gustav or Plunkett should probably have top billing this week and not the most recognizable stair set in skateboard history, but a massive fakie flip is a massive fakie flip, so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Both nollie half cab ;) flips are fucked this week, so we just gave higher billing to the one that was filmed better. Gustav Tonnesen is getting E.S.O.T.Y this year, right?

54 degrees tomorrow ♥ have a good one.

Correction: #9 is Alex Lawton, not Matt Miller.

Original Clips:

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Intro via Instagram [link] 10) Matt Gottwig via IG [link] 9) Matt Miller Alex Lawton via DC Shoes’ “Choppy D” video [link] 8) Jo Biais via “ÖCTAGON / VANS – CODEBASE” [link] 7) Jake Anderson via Skate Mental’s “Aunt Tammy: Volume 1” video [link] 6) Will Marshall via IG [link] 5) Tyshawn Jones via IG [link] 4) Bobby Worrest via Stop Fakin’ 3‘s “Pulaski Montage” [link] 3) Dan Plunkett via Skate Mental’s “Aunt Tammy: Volume 1” video [link] 2) Gustav Tonnesen via “Between the Parts” [link] 1) Kenny Stanley via “DOG” [link]

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Previously: January 19, 2018

10 Comments

  1. I agree with Mike. Fakie flips are sacred and that one did indeed not have any soul.

  2. Agreed. Fake flips demand a higher pop/huck quotient, this may as well have been a nollie flip

  3. I will be annexing the phrase Pop/Huck Quotient for use in my daily life. Just need a situation to use it in. Thank you regardless.

  4. “John Brenkus nutted himself when measuring the pop/huck quotient on TJ’s fakie can ollie”


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