Etnies and Vague Skate Mag team up to bring you 'Turkey', a production from Josh Hallett featuring the long serving shoe company's entire UK team taking to some of the most quintessentially British terrain you'll see this side of a farmer's boot kicking you off of the fullpipes you've broken into his land to skate.

Myles Rushforth navigates Barnsley crust, Jiri Bulin takes his quick feet for outings across the North of England and Chris Mann swans his way through plenty of less than perfect 'spots'. It's always good to see West Yorkshire skatepark staples Hyde Park (Leeds) and Thornes (Wakefield) popping up and both do during Rikk Fields all terrain assault, which closes with his mental ender at the 'Welcome to Leeds' spot - if you've seen the cover of issue 2 of Vague then you'll know! Short cameos from Leo Turner and Lucien Costello add to the hype, which is always improved by people skating grim spots which could realistically be found in the park round the corner from your gran's house.

Dale Starkie tries to focus his own face to kick off his round of Northern gnar and skates to the enjoyment of passing police to end it, before things are bought to a close with a full Ben Rowles section. For those of you who've witnessed any of Ben's country wide spot destruction mission recently, these words will have you immediately pressing play - if you haven't, strap in...