Farang Mixtape


MYRM is a Freerunning crew based out of Boulder Colorado and their style is definitely one of our favourites. As much as we appreciate the Skill it needs to add another twist to your cork or double a flip we believe that the essence of Freerunning is finding creative lines through your environment and when it comes to that MYRM is definitely up there!


Storror Supertramps
If you’re talking about Travel and Freerunning it’s likely that Storror will be mentioned in that sentence. This is a compilation of what their year was about and we love it!


Aaron Hakala – 2014
Aaron comes from the street and shows us what it looks like when you learn the hard way, before Freerunners got into gyms, in the first clips of his new reel and then continues with an amazing display of where dedication and repetition can take you. With one of the cleanest styles in Freerunning and an unique mix of circus tricks his yearly videos are a must.

We also did an Interview with Aaron, click here to read!


Stas – Wish
Freerunning means something else to all of us and I think a lot of us would agree with what it means to Stas, if not there’s still some insane tricks in this edit!

photo by Josh Hill

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Travel and exploring has always been at the very essence of what we do, hence our name. Farang stands for foreigner or outsider and that’s what we strive or, going to places we are alien to, learning and growing through adventure.


Shaun Wood shooting in Istanbul

Shaun Wood shooting in Istanbul


Because of our travel-videos we get a lot of questions, people want to know “Who pays for all your travels, how do you do it?” and the honest answer is “It’s really not as hard or expensive as you think, if you really want to”. There are all these myths people keep in their heads, Hollywood-Stories of George Clooney robbing a bank so he can retire on an island for the rest of his life. The reality is that you could spend most of your time doing just that, travelling and adventuring with a normal salary.


photo by Geh Chee Minh

in Malaysia, photo by Geh Chee Minh


You want to know how? There’s really no better person to explain it to you than Rolf Potts, the author of “Vagabond”, one of our biggest inspirations. Lucky for all of us Tim Ferris sat down and recorded an amazing Podcast about just that, click the photo below to listen to it for FREE.

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Whenever possible we love collaborating with artists from other fields, so when photographer Jaanus invited Jason out on a hike in Switzerland he just jumped in the car, no questions asked.

What looked like a harmless hike with a few snaps at first turned out to end up in jumps across hectic water-streams and flips next to hectic cliffs. Jaanus left the Grand Finale to the end, leading Jason up to a rope bridge spanning 170m across two cliffs and 100m above a glacier. Find the full series below and click here to visit Jaanus’ website.

If you want to see the beauty of this location for yourself – it’s worth it –  just head over to the “Triftbridge (Triftbruecke)“.

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Hey Farangs!

Our new winter pieces are almost ready for you!
Everything is hitting our online-store on Monday (December 1st). Below you will find the Lookbook featuring our new LogosAreForever-Tanktop, No555-Shirt, the most ninja Hoodie ever and a brand-new track-pant cut.

555 is inspired by our origins in Bangkok, travel and how discovering the little details of a culture is beautiful. The Thai word for number 5 is ha, which means 555 is used as  an expression of laughing. Our Tanktop and StealthAssassinNinja-Hoodie are meant to stand out for their cut and fit, how they make you feel once you put them on. Being one of the staples for every Freerunning-Brand we took extra care and time to design our new black Trackpants, giving you the right fit wether you like them tight or baggy.

We hope you enjoy the new garments as much as we enjoyed making them for you!
Team Farang


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Every few months there’s  at least one Freerunner who decides to take his skills back to the roots, literally to the roots, so he heads out and shoots a forrest video.  Jungle Kids really used all the steep hills and uneven surfaces to bring out the best in their styles and created this beastly edit:


Always topping the list of every Freerunner’s favourite shooting locations are abandoned buildings. Some of Australia’s finest, including Jesse Turner, rode their Kangaroos to this abandoned college and shot for 3 days straight and brought us “Damage Control”


To finish up today’s video roundup we want to share Waldi Müller’s new trailer, guess which part made us crack up!


What’s up Farang’s!

The holiday season is creeping up fast and we got some sweet new goodies coming in for the winter.

But before that can happen, shit’s gotta go! Which is why, for the next week, everything in the shop is massively discounted. Special consideration should be given for..

Crew neck – 40% off
Varsity jacket – 50% off
Farang denim hat – 60% off
Girls sky blue top – 70% off (that’s 11$! Seriously do none of you have girlfriends or what?)

We’re also sending out some early Insider-information to our mailing-list.

Click  here and subscribe so you don’t miss out in the future.

All the best and train hard,
Team Farang

We are honored to have this beautiful collaboration as guest-post on Farang-Mag.

Thanks for the beautiful action Tim Shieff and big respect for the beautiful article and of course the photography go to Johnny Budden aka Sticky. Enjoy!32.TimothyShieff_by_JohnnyBudden

“Once your grown up, you cant come back.” Peter Pan.

Having recently brought to life my infantile dream of locating to New York, my life has become one supreme scouting mission, absorbing new surroundings to capture, train, run through, and kick back and appreciate. It’s become an obsession, which has ultimately led to the continuous mental note making of all the visually arresting spots I encounter on my commutes to and from work. I kind of stroll amongst the morning crowds across Manhattan with my music in and teleport myself in to some sort of music video of the mind. I’m sure you know exactly what I mean, the type of melody that slows down everything in a way that feels each individual has a role to play and knows their part inside out, the bus driver is doing his job exactly how it was written, the smiles of Cheshire cats can be made out through the smog of pretzel stands as they serve passers by, and the traffic policemen morph into landing signal officers working on a Navy aircraft carriers, directing burrito delivery men down the correct lanes as if the entire country depending on it.


Tim (Timothy Shieff), a lean agile long-haired figure whose silhouette on the skyline almost resembles that of a Peter Pan character that mischievously flies without wings with a life of its own as it finds its way up high but pauses for a moment as if to patronize you and say ‘You’re not coming up? Come on, your going to miss out on all the fun!…’. From onlookers he has a nonchalant, devil-may-care attitude and is fearless when it comes to putting himself in danger, however you couldn’t be further from the truth. He’s just got unending youth and been doing what he has for as long as he can remember.


Tim had just been to the Woodstock festival to get his Vegan fix and hit me up to see if he could crash at mine for a day or two.

Having known Tim since the beginning of both of our Parkour days in which we spent years on the most unforgettable nomadic exploits around the world, I was pumped to be seeing his face once again. The fascinating thing about our amity is that every time we met, it’s for a collaboration or project that we are both equally enthused by, and naturally after each one we are eager about what the next may be.


“To live will be an awfully big adventure.”

Peter Pan

Tim arrived at mine late one night and after some hasty shits and giggles I told him I was down for heading out immediately to the Williamsburg bridge as I had some ideas for a shot, roughly an hour later Tim had both arms above his head, fingers clenching on to the edge of steel beam embedded with years of grit and dirt, eyes on his feet as he hung over the train tracks of Williamsburg bridge, not long before a couple of trains passed at a deadly speed right below him. He was as calm as a Hindu cow – in an almost meditative never-land state composed amongst the loud clamors of steel grinding upon more steel, the extra vibrations that made the metal almost hum, and the gasps of early morning onlookers trying to get any angle they could of for their instagram.

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“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.”
Peter Pan

After that first shot it dawned on us both that there was an entire metropolis for grabs for the next 48 hours. In the short time together we scaled rooftops that towered city streets, hid in places that only lonesome pigeons can retreat too, trained at calisthenics meccas like Tompkins Square Park, went through the motions in the oldest boxing gym in NY and scaled both Manhattan and Williamburg bridges, to name but a few.

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The best thing is I wasn’t concerned whether I got great shots or not, I had no client to supply any images to or any deadline, nor did Tim need them for anything – in that way we were free of any restraints. Tim could do exactly what he wanted and we could both just act on impulse.



We never once repeated anything, it was all instant reportage. This way I find looking back at them has a more honest representation of the situation. I’m already looking forward to the next time, so in true Peter Pan form I’ll say “Never say goodbye because goodbye means going away and going away means forgetting.”

Egyptian heritage, but born and raised in Germany Ihab Yassin is 19 years old as we speak. We’ve known him for a while know and seeing him grow in the last 3 years we got excited and sent Jason out to take his photo and ask about his story.




How did you start with Freerunning?
Damien Walters video was my first contact. A friend showed it to me back in 7th grade. I thought it looked interesting, but health issues stopped me from starting then.

3 years later I had it in my mind again, looked up a jam online and just went there to try it. Even if it might not be the best thing for my health I still wanted to find out if I like it. And as you can tell: I loved it!




Why out of all sports did you choose Freerunning for yourself?
It’s my thing because you can choose your own way, there’s no better or worse than anybody else. I didn’t like all the competition in football for example, I never wanted to be better than anybody.

And even if you challenge yourself with friends in Freerunning it’s on a playful note. I wanted to be a football-player and all that, but when I found Freerunning it just wasn’t interesting anymore.


Where do you get your inspiration from before you go out and train? Do you watch any videos?
No, not at all. I just go out and see what happens, sometimes that means repeating old tricks for improvement other days I really like finding something new and work on it until it’s easy.

I still watch videos sometimes and they might motivate me to go out the next day, but usually I just need to go outside and let it happen.





What’s your advice for people that haven’t started Freerunning, really want to, but don’t know how?
Don’t start in the gym! It will give you the feeling of learning faster, but most of the time you’ll be to scared to do the same tricks outside.

Starting outside really helped me learn how to fight my fears and it got me further in the long run. I also feel like you lose the creative aspect of Freerunning, instead of exploring a spot and finding different jumps you can just build whatever you want, your head gets lazy after a while.
Now after a few years I go to the gym in winter, but most of my training is outside.


Also don’t start with Flips. Use the your first years to understand what you’re body can do already and slowly progress from the basics. After you’ve mastered the basics you can play around and combine them do so many different lines. Once you’ve done that and have a good feeling for your abilities you can move on to flips.

Awesome, thanks for your time!
Of course, thank you!