R.A.D. Crew: Jacko on the Feather

Back home and back skating on the left side of the road, Jacko, lays down some lines on his local jam.

“Team rider, Jackson Shapiera, is back home in Australia skating his local runs. He set up his board with some 82a Feather to do some skids. The 63mm Feather gives you everything you need to maximize ease of sliding. The smaller, versatile shape is ready for anything from city crushing to downhill freeriding. The wheel is designed to have fun and maximize your ride on any terrain you may encounter. The Feather comes with a stone ground finish ready to slide right out of the box. With a proprietary urethane formula, the Feather is ready to paste urethane up and down your local slide spot.” – Rider Approved Designs

Raw Run: Skatesgiving Throwback

Once upon a time we had an annual tradition, all the east coast cats would meet up at Soldiers of Downhill and we’d hit the road in the Comet van until November. The trips was called Skatesgiving and it was fun for all. The last year that we fully documented the trip we even invited some of the west coasters. Check out this clip of Sector 9, Gullwing, & RAD rider Louis Pilloni giving the glidecam filming method a whirl.

R.A.D. Crew: Jacko on the Feather

Back home and back skating on the left side of the road, Jacko, lays down some lines on his local jam.

“Team rider, Jackson Shapiera, is back home in Australia skating his local runs. He set up his board with some 82a Feather to do some skids. The 63mm Feather gives you everything you need to maximize ease of sliding. The smaller, versatile shape is ready for anything from city crushing to downhill freeriding. The wheel is designed to have fun and maximize your ride on any terrain you may encounter. The Feather comes with a stone ground finish ready to slide right out of the box. With a proprietary urethane formula, the Feather is ready to paste urethane up and down your local slide spot.” – Rider Approved Designs

Raw Run: Skatesgiving Throwback

Once upon a time we had an annual tradition, all the east coast cats would meet up at Soldiers of Downhill and we’d hit the road in the Comet van until November. The trips was called Skatesgiving and it was fun for all. The last year that we fully documented the trip we even invited some of the west coasters. Check out this clip of Sector 9, Gullwing, & RAD rider Louis Pilloni giving the glidecam filming method a whirl.

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