Freerunning is such an individual sport with a vast broadness of skill and talent, who is to tell if anybody is better or worse, yet the best?
The perception of difficulty changes from person to person, dependent on their background, body-shape and mindset.
Five people, experts and veterans in Freerunning, are confronted with this problem every year at the Red Bull Art of Motion. This Flow-Documentary is about their perception of the event and opinion on judging.
Out of the blue Tempest just released their Holiday-Lookbook along with a whole new line of clothing.
Inspired by their travels around the world they released 3 different drop-crotch designs, but also look back at their origins with their gold-fish prints. I don’t know how much of common knowledge this is, but as initiation into the Tempest Family you need to swallow a living goldfish, the symbol of peace and fortune. Yeah, all of Farang had to do it, as well.
In addition to that there are a nice collection of other designs, including some sweaters and beanies for the cold season. You can really see how much love and though has gone into the cut and the print of the garments. Click here to view the full collection!
Boenzi used to be a photographer for the New York Times and spent most of his time roaming the streets of NY, reporting on what was going on or simply shooting the beauty of everyday life.
Retiring in 1991 he took a massive archive of photos with him, which was left sitting in his garage until some of his former colleagues convinced him to release the images.
Here is an excerpt of the images, but we recommend heading over to the New York Times article for some background info: Click here
One of Snowboardings biggest characters right now is Halldor Helgason, who caught our attention with his massive Snowboard Roofgap.
Long story short, this guy manages to go hard and party all night just to hit the streets the day after and do some of the most impressive moves we’ve seen so far.
Watch his new video-part!
“Esprit es-tu là? – Is the spirit still there?” is the title of this beautiful documentary from France, which raises some important questions and speaks a lot of truth. A lot of us grew up translating French TV-reports and articles, or even traveling to Lisses – the birthplace of Parkour – to learn about the spirit of this discipline.
This doesn’t happen as much today, are we losing the spirit? Do you have to lose yourself to find yourself?
Based in Germany, but up and around the world shooting for various projects, including the last Bond-Movie and Cloud Atlas, TeamBay is making a name for themselves. Specializing on Tricking, Stunts and Fights they bring some amazing skill to the table and unite it with their ability of capturing it beautifully.
Team Bay just released the Lookbook for their next project: Clothing. We are excited to see when everything gets released!
Taking the first step towards your goals is one of the hardest things to do and there are many ways to get you going, this video is definitely one.
This piece portrays the beginning of a journey, the progress and the pinnacle of feelings – it’s about that brilliant moment.
Adding to their already existing line Storror just released 4 more pieces, starting off their Roof Culture Capsule.
All pieces tie together beautifully and the minimalistic design is a nice contrast to other Freerunning brands out there. Less is definitely more and relying on monochromatic designs goes back to all the gritty rooftop-climbs and night-missions the team has been on the news for lately.
Our favorite pieces are the RC Jumper and the printed sleeves on the Longsleeve:
For their other designs, they hooked up with a local Graffiti-Artist. To read more about the back-story you can click here. And if you feel like your wardrobe is missing some Storror you should click here to head to their store.