12.10.08 by Jeff

Gou Miyagi

If you came here hoping to see some skateboarding taken to a completely different level, today is your lucky day. This is some of the craziest footage I have ever seen. Highlights include Gou boardsliding a chain hanging between two posts?! Thanks to Jolin for posting this one to the Booooooom Facebook Group.


The video clip is from Gou Miyagi’s part from Overground Broadcasting, a film by The Far East Skate Network:

http://fareastskatenetwork.com/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • YEYE!! i cant get tired of it!

  • haha whoops forgot to finish my post but you were loosing your mind the other day in the store when he boardslid the chain haha

  • jbomb

    amazing….

    There were some crazy moves on that quarter pipe!

  • i remember watching this awhile back and was crazy stunned watching them just slide on random things.

    this kinda stuff is the reason why i think street skating is the best

  • this video is too much ahha i love it

  • Carolyn

    bonkers : )

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  • yo if you think thats good, this may just blow your mind!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmsAPAgTGSo
    from the recent transworld video

  • wow that Richie Jackson part is unreal. which transworld video is that?

  • wow the tree split move that richie jackson did was awesome

  • this is awesome…i watched it 3 times last night

  • hmmm the recent transworld Vid Jeff is ” AND NOW “… yea richie is dope as well, still feeling Gou haha – but so similar.

  • dammm .. i mean… BOOOOOOOM that kid has style…





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