Theobalds Cap Co -presents 'Joel Banner: Reconstruction'

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Theobalds Cap Co – Joel Banner: Reconstruction

A banger of a remix while Joel resides on the injury bench

Theobalds Cap Co presents Joel Banner: Reconstruction, a collection of Joel’s 2017 footage for your eyes to enjoy while he goes in for various wrist surgeries. Joel was on one throughout 2017, cropping up in various Hold Tight London and Theobalds Cap Co edits alongside radio signals from the Kingston skate scene and always standing out as one to watch. As he’s now out of action until the weather picks up in mid spring, Theobalds and Henry Edwards-Wood have put together this dose of recovery hype which sees him smoothly destroying the most awkward spots that the streets of London town can throw at him.
Whether its charging tricks out of the Southbank quarterpipe to flat, making Wandsworth Roundabout’s ‘badgers arsehole’ rough banks look like a Catalan marble plaza (last trick is a straight up highway to the danger zone) or generally having it in some of South London’s most frustrating council estate spots, Joel the spots in his path look way more manageable than they actually are. Press play to watch this compilation of the previous year, then go out and skate a brick wall until your knee cartilage turns to bloody trouser jelly.

Today we bring you some Friday blessings in the form of Joel Banner: Reconstruction. 
 
Joel has been out injured for quite some time now needing multiple op’s on his wrist before he can properly skate again meaning he will be out of action until mid Spring at least… Because of this myself and Henry decided to surprise him and release Joel Banner: Reconstruction, a celebration of all his footage gained in 2017 to help keep his spirits up in a time when he cannot skate.
More London spot hype can be found via the rest of Theobalds Cap Co’s output as well as Hold Tight Henry’s regular seasonal supplements, both of which consistently offer up visual evidence of why London’s sprawl is very hard to play out when you’re willing to travel into the depths of the city’s suburbs and really explore its estates.

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