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For Sure – Devon Reece

New Seismic Skate Video from Team Rider Devon Reece. Check it out!!

Grizzly Conditions with Dre Nubine

Ever complained about the snow harshing your gnar? Snow doesn’t phase Dre “Grizzly” Nubine one bit as he tears down a Colorado mountain pass at speeds in excess of 50mph — with a little help from Seismic’s top-secret new speed/freeride urethane formula. Bright white to match the weather conditions!

Mischo Erban “Tooth and Nail: Smiling!” 2011

Mischo Erban has been pioneering longboarding since man of you were in grade school! This guy is a true racer and has shown it with countless podiums on the world circuit and even a few titles worthy of boasting. This is a flashback to his 2011 season where he won the IGSA World Championship Title in Brazil.

From MIscho…

“Still hanging in by tooth and nail the, 2011 season was another to remember! I was becoming more tuned into my skateboard setup and confidence and perseverance paid off with the World Champion Title being seized on my most favorite track in Teutonia, Brazil!
Big Thanks to Fred Baumann, Ronin Trucks, GMR Skateboards, Dan Gesmer at Seismic, Xtreme Board Shop Glendora, Knucklenuts and Crocan for the video edit!”

mischo.com

Edit By: Marek “Crocan” Vanourek

Velefique Freeride 2012

Check out Javier Tato’s sick edit from the Velefique Freeride 2012!
Seismic team rider Javier Tato recently attended a downhill gathering in Velefique, a small town in the southern Spanish province of Almeria. Six kilometers (3.7 miles) of smooth asphalt, technical corners, and fast straights made for an amazing course!

Full raw run: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwMxX7hWiow

Artist/Song: Kind Dub – Atlanta braves VS Waka Flocka VS Ludacris Remix

Gear:
73mm Speedvents (elixir formula) and 69mm Hotspot 78a (blackops formula)
Tekton Bearings ABEC7

Javier Tato: Seismic Flow RIder Video

Seismic is stoked to release the first YouTube clip starring our new flow rider / videographer extraordinaire, Javier Tato of Madrid, Spain!

“The blue Bootlegs are the best freeride wheels I’ve ever ridden.  They have a great slide, and they’re REALLY resistant to flat-spotting.

The red Bootlegs are a bit more grippy.  But since they’re softer, they leave AWESOME red ‘thane lines on the asphalt.” – Javier Tato