Friday, September 28, 2012


Ant Verdi is one hell of a guy, with one hell of a mustache, rockin' the hell out of some Cruizees Garments in this edit made by Soft Hoagie Rolls. He's a good Crewboy and fantastic skater with a whole lot of ambition. He's working on a new line of pocket tees and other weirdo things called Ant Holes (you know cause his name's Ant and a pocket on a tee shirt's like a hole... Ant Hole...?!) The name will probably change about 8 more times before he gets everything going so don't be surprised if it's different. Anyways it's going to be pretty pristine, I'll tell you that much. Ant's a great dude, can kill beer (no matter how shitty it is) and we're glad he's a part of the crew. We'll support you no matter how many times you want to change the line of your product or the name of it, Ant!

Filmed by Bryan Reynolds and Jack Turner

Wednesday, September 19, 2012


Its funny when I think back skating with Colin for the first time and filming with his little HD handcam just messin' around. And to realize he always had time to skate/film all while in the process of becoming valedictorian of his class at UF. How? Now he's a Professor at NYU and works for Tony Fucking Hawk at Ride Channel. I still don't get it, but he somehow has time for all that and then some. This is easily my favorite MCVX he's made, mainly cause these Crewdudes and associates are murdering this edit: Piro Sierra, Dylan Perry, Dante Debose, Kevrick Evans, Ryan Barlow, and Spike Lamy. 

Monday, September 17, 2012


...And BOOM! Just when you thought there was nothing going on with the Crewmen they hit you all at once - of course with the dopest edits of the month. First video features all Florida boi's Piro Sierra, Jimmy Mastrocolo, Jereme Knibbs and associate Paul Sakoff for Paradise Wheel Co. And as everyone knows by now, all GX1000 edits get posted which happens to be the second video. By God I'll just keep my mouth shut about what I think of Ryan G's filming, editing, and choice of skaters... you've all heard enough ranting about them from here. I think everytime James Coleman lands a trick a drive by happens, he's the gnarliest gangster ripper. It's impossible to watch either of these only once.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012


For those of you who check Cruizees regularly, you know lately I've been slackin' more and more.... and more. Honestly, it's a mix of things. Due to foreseen lack of interest in my excuses, I'll just blame it on the fact that not many siked-me-up videos have came out recently enough to make a post. But anyways, forgetting about my deficiency and onlooking something actually pertaining to skateboarding - Van Wastell is one you can never forget. His style, innovation, board control etc. are those no one can impersonate. If for some reason you've never watched too much of him I'll start off by saying you're blowing it, and that this video will explain everything. This has been one of my favorite edits of Van for a number of years, which was actually a part of the Podcast contest edit Krooked had a few years back of Van's raw footage. I'm not sure if this is the video that won, but it's incredible either way. Whether it's the generation now or those to come way on down the line, Van will always be known as a legend in skateboarding. Remember the greats!