The Skateboarders Journal have just dropped an interview with one of our Advocates Jake Darwen, "The Jake Darwen Perspective". Darwen expresses how his recently released signature collection came about, how we've helped him with his journey to become a recognised skate photographer, where his travelled with the company and if he had to pick who is his favourite dude is on the Element team. Read more...
Element is proud to introduce Jake Darwen's first five piece collection! Jake Darwen has a remarkable gift, the Kiwi kid is breaking new ground on what is possible in skateboard photography. Each snap of his shutter comes after a meticulously planned picture is carefully composed in his mind’s eye. Full collection and clip here.
Jarne Verbruggen's "Never Skatebored" Part is hands-down, one of the video parts of the year. With amazing skating accompanied by The Growlers on the track, it's hard to not love this part. Take a seat and enjoy the ride! Watch video part here.
After three months, over two hundred skaters, six competitions, four states and two countries; the Element Make It Count contest has come to an end and Noah Nayef has been crowned the regional winner. He's on his way to the global finals on the 1st of September! Full recap, video and gallery here.
The good fellas from Stoke Skateboarding teamed up with Varsity Winterfest on Saturday the 13th of August and put on all ages beginners skate day at Mattock skatepark in Varsity. We hooked Stoke up with 30 Element completes so the crew that came down to learn had some fresh boards under their feet. Read more.
Born and living in the Spanish basque country, artist Fernando Elvira works on any medium available, from photography...More
Element Europes Jarne Verbruggen in "Never Skatebored"Enjoy!More
Jarne Verbruggen's "Never Skatebored" Part is hands-down, one of the video parts of the year. With amazing skating ac...More
Element is proud to introduce Jake Darwen's first five piece collection!Jake Darwen has a remarkable gift, the Kiwi k...More
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The Sydney leg of Make It Count unfortunately didn't run due to the rain washing out the contest on Saturday. The New...More