Harry Lintell’s Real Skateboards Part

Braid-powered rail slaying from Ashford's finest

After its premiere across various UK locations backed up with a mini tour featuring Zion Wright, Hermann Stene, Jack Olson and Tanner Van Vark(which you can read about over on Slam City Skates’ blog), Harry Lintell‘s Real Skateboards part celebrating his fresh am status is now online for you to enjoy.

After various appearances in the killer Spitfire Wheels Arson Department series, Real Skateboards’ brilliant By Any Means promo video at the tail end of last summer and various GX1000 Instagram clips it comes as no large surprise that Harry was going to start getting noticed by the US industry, but the sheer level of gnarliness in this clip is a welcome reminder of just how good he is. Currently powered by braids and black nail polish, Harry goes on an absolute rampage across the Bay Area with a couple of missions in Southern Cali and Spain chucked into the mix and back up from a couple of Real Skateboards team mates. From San Francisco hill bomb savagery to crusty bank spot savagery and with plenty of handrail business chucked in the mix, this is another solid addition to Lintell’s prodigious back catalogue of video parts. Press play immediately!

To coincide with the above video, Free Skate Mag have put their interview with Harry from Issue 17 online – which sees Will Harmon joined by Kev Parrott and Dan Magee, who are currently working on another project with Harry, to pretty much rinse him (and whoever else crops up in conversation) for the duration. Check that out for an insight into turning am with Hermann Stene, going out hill bombing with the GX1000 crew and Dan Magee’s outfit rules, then check out our recent Harry Sunday Service for a further dose of skate spot regulation…


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