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Scott Stevens 2014 Full Skate Part “No Country For Bad Burke“

This is the one we’ve all been waiting for! A full-length, NBD filled, skateboard part from the creative Sensei that is Scott Stevens. 

Scott Stevens literally can do no wrong. Aside from being one of the most influential and creatively un-restrained snowboarders on the planet, Scott is equally mesmerising to watch on two trucks and four wheels.

We were going to compare Scott’s skating to Rodney Mullen or Daewon Song, but he’s actually got a style and an eye for tricks that is entirely his own.

After dropping the teaser last week, Scott has released his full-length skate part for the fans, and predictably it’s full of mind-blowing stuff. From a million different no-comply and fastplant variations, to sex changes, hippy flips, manual combos and countless legit NBDs that we’ve never seen on a skateboard before, Scott really takes it to the next level here.

We were going to compare his skating to Rodney Mullen or Daewon Song, but Scott’s actually got a style and an eye for tricks that is totally his own. It’s like his skateboarding is pulled directly from his snowboard tricks, although it could just as easily be the other way round. Heck, we have no idea.

All we do know is that with cameos from Chris Grenier, Joe Sexton and Bode Merrill, plus some unseen Stevens snowboard footage and tramp skating, this is one five minute clip that will make your Sunday infinitely better.

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