Bangin!

  • Bangin!: Enzo Cautela

    Bangin!: Enzo Cautela

    Enzo takes it to the end zone in our latest Bangin. And wait 'til you see his 10-stair enzer!

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  • Bangin!: Aurelien Giraud

    Bangin!: Aurelien Giraud

    Is there anything that Aurelien Giraud can't do? We caught the world's fastest ghetto bird flipper at Red Bull Bowl Rippers in Marseille last weekend for this Bangin. Oh, and…

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  • Bangin!: Dlamini Dlamini

    Bangin!: Dlamini Dlamini

    Say hello to South Africa's Dlamini Dlamini: the skater so nice they named him twice.

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  • Bangin!: Henry Gartland

    Bangin!: Henry Gartland

    Guys from the Berrics first met Henry Gartland in 2017, after he nabbed 3rd place at Zumiez Best Foot Forward. He promptly filmed a Bangin, now he's back for an…

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  • Bangin!: Filipe Mota

    Bangin!: Filipe Mota

    Brazil's Filipe Mota has been racking up contest credentials for the past 2 years, recently placing third in Zumiez Best Foot Forward. Considering that he isn't even a teenager yet,…

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  • Bangin!: Santana Saldana

    Bangin!: Santana Saldana

    Santana Saldana has one of the most rhythmic names in skateboarding, and his clips are poetry in motion.

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  • Bangin!: Spencer Semien

    Bangin!: Spencer Semien

    Los Angeles's Spencer Semien filmed his Bangin' in record time, getting creative as always. And that pop? Spencer for higher.

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  • Bangin! Rayssa Leal

    Bangin!: Rayssa Leal

    Rayssa Leal had 2015's viral skate moment when she heelflipped in a fairy costume. These days, the 11-year-old is flying higher than ever (wings optional).

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  • Bangin!: Shaun Hover

    Bangin!: Shaun Hover

    With a name like "Hover" you kinda already know what to expect. Or do you? Shaun Hover defies everybody's expectations in this latest Bangin.

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  • Bangin!: Chris Pierre

    Bangin!: Chris Pierre

    New York's Chris Pierre Jacquez is pro for Fortune Skateboards, but we consider ourselves the fortunate ones after seeing him skate in person. Seriously, this could've easily been a 5-minute…

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