27.01.12 by Jeff

Leeside Skateboard Mayhem

Vancouver Halloween Leeside Skateboard Mayhem by Zenga Bros

When people ask me what Vancouver is like, this is the video I’ll show them. Watch the video in all its glory below.

Video by my talented friends, the Zenga Bros.













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



  • Love that death grips is takin off

  • LOVE!
    Gotta save some money to get there and join the fun.
    Thx Jeff for sharing.

  • TOASTRANDER

    AAAh want to be there!

  • This illustrates what skateboarding meant to me when I started it and what it can still be today, for me and anybody else, no matter if you are 30something or 12 years old. It’s more than ledge-flipinflipout. Beautiful. And hell, vancouver seems to be a pretty gnarly place!

  • Sebastian

    I love the aggressiveness of the video and the skate-stlyes.. but still it seems like there is so much love and fun fun fun around there :-) Great filming and postproduction as well.

  • This is one of the most amazing videos I’ve ever seen. Also, really happy to find this music. I really wish I lived somewhere this cool lol.

  • absolutely a-we-so-me

  • wow !

  • the artist is death grips but whats the song name?

    • lord of the game

  • Sarah

    wowww there’s a Swampy piece that gets a lot of fame in that video! wonder if Swampy was there partying with everybody…

  • wow, is anything cooler than someone reverting over a Swampy piece?

  • Everything about that vid is just bang on!!!

  • Like the manwolf and shewolf in the mix good stuff

  • SWAMPY Tag on the wall!
    Off to Sidney and Vancouver BC in a few months boooom!

  • jayzo

    kenny?

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