Skateboarders in Australia

Oak­ley has put togeth­er their ver­sion of the Dream Team in the form of skating’s finest: Eric Kos­ton, Rune Glif­berg, Ryan Sheck­ler, and future leg­end, Cur­ren Caples.

The skat­ing super­stars were called upon to film Fear and Loathing in Aus­tralia, one of the pre­mier skate projects of the year; a photo/video project to shred the streets of Aus­tralia stack­ing footage along the way.

The gang col­lect­ed some mon­ster shots and the fin­ished prod­uct is as impres­sive as the skat­ing. Check out the full piece here

Kirk Kracks shows us how to hold our breath underwater

Ever been pinned down through a dou­ble set? Tossed and sent over the falls only to come up fran­tic and gasp­ing for air? Hold your breath. Kirk Kracks’s got the solution.

The Oak­ley surf team recent­ly took a class from renowned breath hold­ing expert Kirk Krack to learn how to keep their cool and hold their breath for an extend­ed peri­od of time, par­tic­u­lar­ly in high stress, emer­gency situations.

Whether you surf, kayak, or just love the water, you’ll be sure to learn a thing or two from Kirk Krack and the Oak­ley team in this video.


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