QS Top 10 — November 16, 2018

Could have been an all GX1000 video edition, but we’ve been running the one-video editions a bit too heavy in 2018. (Probably a compliment to this year’s remarkable pile of full-length skate video releases, more than anything.) But yeah, it’s basically a GX edition, with a sprinkle of Lucas looking cool, and an utterly fucked Pedro Delfino trick. Oh, and that Tampa filmer that got re-posted a zillion times last week :)

*Fingers crossed that we got the names of all the GX skaters right*

Good luck with the slush out there.

Original Clips:

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Intro via Instagram [link] 10) Lucas Puig via Adidas’ “Shen City Peaks” video [link] 9) Tyler Pacheco via GX1000’s Roll Up video [link] 8) Pedro Delfino via Independent’s “Gotta Pray to Play” video [link] 7) Matt Finley via GX1000’s Roll Up video [link] 6) Jeff Carlyle via GX1000’s Roll Up video [link] 5) Eddie Cernicky via GX1000’s Roll Up video [link] 4) via GX1000’s Roll Up video [link] 3) Yonnie Cruz via GX1000’s Roll Up video [link] 2) Jesse Vieira via GX1000’s Roll Up video [link] 1) Ender via GX1000’s Roll Up video [link]

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Previously: November 9, 2018

QS Top 10 — November 9, 2018

Apologies for a slow news week — the office with ravaged with chronic jet lag, and we promise we will be better as we accompany you on the journey of closing out 2018.

It was somewhat of a ~scattershot~ week in the footage universe — and is that Gustav clip new, old, or just inducing déjà vu of some other Swedish skullduggery?

Original Clips:

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Intro via @mikeheikkila on IG [link] 10) John Gardner via “Slam Section” part [link] 9) Alex Schmidt via Butter Goods’ “Spoons” video [link] 8) Gustav Tonneson via IG [link] 7) Ryo Sejiri via Element Japan’s “Far East Flow” video [link] 6) Jahmal Williams via “Cons x Hopps” video [link] 5) Jordan Queijo via “242” part [link] 4) Tiago Lemos via Primitive Welcome video [link] 3) Evan Smith via Peace part [link] 2) John Dilorenzo via “Awake” part [link] 1) Karsten Kleppan via “Just Karsten’s” part [link]

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Previously: November 2, 2018

QS Top 10 — November 2, 2018

Some no push lines, insane wallride innovation, and no, the Westgate part didn’t qualify this week because it only came out on the #darkweb. Have a good weekend, and would appreciate any help identifying #9. Thanks ♥

Original Clips:

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Intro via @boymarohn on IG [link] 10) Matisse Blanc via Blaze Supply’s “French Diplomacy” video [link] 9) ??? via “Burden Northeast Tour 2018” video [link] 8) Evan Smith via IG [link] 7) Hjalte Halberg via Ben Chadourne’s “Glory Push” video [link] 6) Alex Lawton via IG link] 5)Shin Sanbongi via IG [link] 4) Stephen Lawyer via “FAMO” part [link] 3) Nik Stain via Ben Chadourne’s “Glory Push” video [link] 2) Dave Caddo via “NYC” part [link] 1) Mason Silva via Element’s Peace video [link]

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Previously: October 26, 2018

QS Top 56K — October 26, 2018: It’s Time Special Edition

As much as we would’ve loved to acknowledge all sorts of wizardry in the new Girl video, Tao’s wonderful Copenhagen mini-vid / Ville part, and that slappy back smith in the Tanner Van Vark part (which you might miss if you blink), after a repeated viewing of It’s Time with the intention of making selections for this week’s Top 10, it became obvious we could not reduce the video to under ten choices.

Now, slicing up a Bronze video into snippets somewhat defeats the purpose of a Bronze video — but we’re a New York-based media empire, and we wear our biases on our sleeve ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Sorry for the wait ;)

P.S. If you happen to be in Tokyo this week like 50% of New York right now, stop by the Domicile shop in Shibuya where we are doing a small pop-up with our friends Hardbody, Humble, LQQK, and others. We did a tiny run of Halloween Snackman tees for it. Flyer + address + other info here.

Original Clips:

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10) Shawn Powers 9) Jordan Trahan 8) Adrian Vega 7) Josh Wilson 6) Nick Ferro 5) Mark Humienik 4) Grady Smith 3) Jacopo Carrozzi 2) Dick Rizzo 1) John Shanahan — all via the Bronze 56k video, It’s Time

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Previously: October 19, 2018

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