2022: it was a year where Vimeo became a refuge for all those using Prince in their skate edits (YouTube blocks Prince IP outside of the U.S.), new paths were forged at Mambo Bar + skaters defied the planters and angry Tribecaneers at that one plaza covered in eggs on Chambers Street. It was also a year where Jasper Stieve dropped four parts (ok that last one dropped December 21, 2021), the fourth of which is in Neema Joorabchi’s new three-part edit, “limp.”
This one opens with Tyler Vrckovnik hacking a new route at the aforementioned Tribeca stage, has a Noah Singleton part in the middle, and closes with Jasper touting an ender that echos a nascent Jake Johnson trick, from way back when the rails were still getting reinstalled on Blubba.
If the video is blocked in your country, go to Vimeo.
Previously: “what dreams are made of,” til it’s gone