Hermès has just released this: bright blue calfskin basketball priced at a whopping $12,900. Robert Chavez, Hermes U.S. CEO says, “It represents the sky, the ocean and all the beautiful pools that are a way of life in L.A. and Southern California.” The exceptional quality of the leather as well as the artisanal craftsmanship account for the ball’s price.
“Among the most influential skateboarders the industry has ever seen, Bob Burnquist is still innovating. In his new webisode series, Burnquist grants his fans exclusive access to the private domain in which so many of his contributions to skateboarding were born, his backyard in Southern California, better known as “Dreamland.” Hence, “The Dreamland Series.”
To lead off the series, we see something from Burnquist that hasn’t been seen since 2010: a full-length video part filled with never-before-seen footage. And, the Hip. Yes, he added a Hip feature onto his personal MegaRamp. A Hip that starts up on a hill and sends him across a 15-foot gap into the 25-foot quarterpipe. You know, something mellow.”
14-year-old Seventh Woods, the freshman baller – listed at 6-foot-1 and 170 pounds – averaged 19.3 points, 4.3 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 2.7 steals per game this past season. Next Lebron??
Some crazy guys flying through a couple of buildings in Rio de Janeiro.
If parkour couldn’t be dangerous enough try to do it in wintery conditions.
Sean MacCormac (Skydiver), Joey Brezinski (Skateboarder), Rickie Fowler (Golfer), Danny MacAskill (Trials Biker), Ryan Sheckler (Skateboarder), Drew Bezanson (BMX Rider), Bryce Menzies (Off-Road Truck Racer), Rhys Millen (Drifter), Robbie Maddison (Freestyle Motocross Rider), Lolo Jones (Hurdler), Pat Moore (Snowboarder)