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240 FPS by Nigel Alexander

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While the world slows down for Labor Day, skateboarding does not. Then again, maybe it does. Today we have a 240 FPS video from Nigel K. Alexander, who directs and films skateboarding videos. The guy’s work is sickening,  having filmed skateboarders of all types, literally all over the place. Below is just a little compilation down at Santa Ana, with a nice mixture of boarders, and a great soundtrack thrown down on it. Hope it’s as relaxing to watch as your Labor Day should be. Happy Holidays everybody.

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