QS Top 10 — October 19, 2018

If your favorite genre of skateboarding is massive kickflips set to Chief Keef, then this past week was particularly relevant to your interests.

It looked like it was bound to be a slow one, with everyone already knowing what the #1 would be, but lest it get lost in a no-context Thrasher video abyss, you should check out Hulkripps 3. Can’t tell much about it beyond a few recognizable Ohio spots, a lot of lllooonnnggg rails, and an abundance of Foundation boards with Nikes, but it manages to create a distinct ~mood~ for a 2018 midwest video without having to resort to artsy Super-8 cut-ins, or really anything that isn’t just a skate clip (e.g. it’s stark just how empty the background of much of the video is, like 85% of the clips were filmed at eight in the morning on a Saturday or some shit.)

Original Clips:

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Intro via Instagram [link] 10) Austin Pastura via Hulkripps 3 [link] 9) Brandon Westgate via “Element – Keith Haring” [link] 8) John Clemmons via Hulkripps 3 [link] 7) Louie Lopez via IG [link] 6) Nick Merlino via “Magnified” [link] 5) Cotie Robinson via Hulkripps 3 [link] 4) Shawn Butler via “Shawn Butler of The Bronx, New York” [link] 3) Devin Abner via Hulkripps 3 [link] 2) Billy Davenport via “Blue” part [link] 1) Corey Glick via Souvenir part [link]

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Previously: October 12, 2018

Quartersnacks Top 10 — October 12, 2018

***Yes, this got made before the Corey Glick wallride 270 heard around the world came out.

Pretty much lines of all varieties this week — save a kinky crooked grind and a not-neccesarily-QS-vibe #1 that is nevertheless impossible to deny. And don’t let the west coast skateboard industry complex fool you into believing that the actual heart and home of skateboarding didn’t move to Montreal years ago. Let’s skance.

Our webstore relaunches this Monday, October 15 at midnight A.K.A. technically Sunday night with new QS goods. We have a preview of this fall’s product here. Arriving at shops globally now. Available locally from Supreme Lafayette + Brooklyn, Labor, NJ Skateshop (which just moved to Jersey City), and Dover Street Market.

Original Clips:

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Intro via Alexis Lacroix on IG [link] 10) Pat Hoblin via “Paths” part [link] 9) Justin Henry via IG [link] 8) Heitor Da Silva via Adidas’ “Presenting /// Oh Là Là Paname” video [link] 7) Shin Sanbongi via IG [link] 6) Günes Özdogan via Adidas’ “Presenting /// Oh Là Là Paname” video [link] 5) Victor Campillo via “BMG” part [link] 4) Tyshawn Jones via “Jam” [link] 3) Lucas Puig via Adidas’ “Presenting /// Oh Là Là Paname” video [link] 2) Antonio Durao via IG [link] 1) Dakota Servold via “Souvenier” part [link]

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Previously: October 5, 2018

Quartersnacks Top 10 — October 5, 2018

Big week from the always-persistent smith grind kickflip (see also) — the semi-agreeable trick that keeps going, and going, and going. Long-gone are the days when it was a point of contention, as it is as common as a kickflip back tail these days. Preemptive apologies to the “eww, skatepark clips?!” crowd this week, but that #2 coulda/shoulda/maybe been #1.

Oh, and Kevin Taylor is the Vince Carter of skateboarding. Not sure if they’re doing Epicly Later’d anymore, but a K.T. one would be fire.

Original Clips:

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Intro via @bronze56k on Instagram 10) Kevin Taylor via “Scumco & Sons S.F. Edit” [link] 9) Thierry Gormit via “Titi” [link] 8) Philly Santosuosso via “Scumco & Sons S.F. Edit” [link] 7) Marcello Campanello via Canal New York’s Mode video [link] 6) Drake Johnson via Venture x FTC’s “For the City” video [link] 5) Kyle Nicholson via “Scumco & Sons S.F. Edit” [link] 4) Ryan Townley via IG [link] 3) Franky Villani via “Always On My Mind” part [link] 2) Cory Juneau via IG [link] 1) Grant Taylor via “Bruised Peach” part [link]

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Previously: September 28, 2018

Quartersnacks Top 10 — September 28, 2018

Yes, we’re well aware that Ishod posted that Muni line on his Instagram a few months ago. Whatever. We are heavy on Glory Challenge stuff this week obviously, but that’s it until next year! (Unless there was some crazy stuff going down at the Paris Glory Challenge yesterday.)

Slow news week this past week (it’s our first bad one since the redesign), basically due to two back-to-back Canadian weekends that really took their toll on office morale. We have a ton of fun stuff in the works, so we’ll be back in full swing with everything next week :) Have a good one, and enjoy the weather obvs.

Original Clips:

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Intro via Pyramid Country’s “What Comes After the Passing” video [link] 10) Oscar Candon via IG [link] 9) Heitor de Silva via IG [link] 8) Tyler Warren via “Art Gal” [link] 7) Ishod Wair via “003: Nate Pezzillo” [link] 6) Dane Vaughn via “D.A.N.E.” [link] 5) Hugo Balek via “Dime Street Challenge” [link] 4) Henry Gartland via “Dime Street Challenge” [link] 3) Nate Pezzilo via “003: Nate Pezzillo” [link] 2) Alexis Lacroix via “Dime Street Challenge” [link] 1) Wade Desarmo via “Dime Glory Challenge: Ishod v.s. Wade” [link]

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Previously: September 21, 2018

Quartersnacks Top 10 — September 21, 2018

Been a big past two weeks for guys named Pedro. Dime Glory Challenge recovery took longer than expected, so it has been somewhat of a slow week around the office. We were going to save any inclusions in the countdown from the contest until the official video made its way online. In the meantime, enjoy the final day of summer :)

Original Clips:

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Intro via @skategroundmag [link] 10) Juan Saavedra via “Futur Timeline 04” [link] 9) Andrew Considine via WKND’s “Sir Palmer” video [link] 8) Oscar Candon via “Futur Timeline 04” [link] 7) Lee Yankou via Baby Blue part [link] 6) Karl Salah via New Balance’s “My Road” video [link] 5) Trevor Thompsopn via WKND’s “Sir Palmer” video [link] 4) Alex Schmidt via WKND’s “Sir Palmer” video [link] 3) Cam Sedlick via “Damaged” part [link] 2) Jacopo Carozzi via IG [link] 1) Pedro Biagio via New Balance’s “My Road” video [link]

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Previously: September 14, 2018