Huf's Canadian skate team recently took a trip to the sunny streets of Los Angeles as part of their latest work alongside Concrete Skateboarding magazine. During their travels this short video was put together to showcase the talents of each rider including Zander Mitchell, Brett Gifford, Bryan Wherry and Mike Vince, as they tear up some dope spots across the city including huge banks and ledges, while each rider is kitted out head to toe in some of the brands freshest gear.
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HUF have introduced a new shoe for Spring '13, the first signature model for professional skateboarder Joey Pepper dubbed the Pepper Pro. It comes with a vulcanized construction, an extra toe wrap, reinforced ollie panels and nylon webbing along the upper’s side for durability. The perforated toecap and inner mesh lining add breathability, whilst a deer logo sits on the tongue and insole as a personal touch from Pepper, who loves the outdoors.
HUF are a brand very much close to our hearts here at FH and they have just dropped their latest lookbook for the holiday season. Once again the collection is rife with relaxed vibes and an eclectic mix of products whilst showcasing the San Francisco based skate and lifestyle company's footwear.
While HUF continue to share their appreciation for marijuana, the brand have now revealed an interesting collaboration alongside the popular weed smokers magazine High Times. Inspired by both brands' love for smoking ganja, this special edition pack features eleven newly crafted pieces with a range of dope graphics and suited colour choices.
The Huf skateboard team recently took a trip to Florida to tear it up in the sun, the result is this dope skateboard edit that documents their visit, featuring team riders Dan Plunkett, Josh Mathews, Brad Cromer with a special appearance from Ryan Lay and Keith Hufnagel. The video feature some impressive footage that is cleverly edited in a classic skate movie style. You can get your hands on the full feature with the latest October issue of Thrasher magazine.
The last time HUF and Haroshi collaborated together, the result was pretty spectacular: awesome sculptures constructed out of old skate deck ply alongside a capsule collection of garments. This time around however, the final product is both an absolutely delicious deck and a work of art. To skate or not to skate?
Based around Keith Hufnagel‘s personal icon, the fire hydrant takes centre stage on a very natural and simple deck.
EDIT: They sold out in about 3 hours.
You may be hating it by now, but there appears to be no slowing down the camo trend that has dominated countless collections this past year.
The sheer popularity of the print has forced brands to explore the depths of camouflage, and there are a number of variations that, up until recently, were untouched.
One of those is German Condura camouflage, seen here in this tidy accessories collection from HUF for AW '12.