All posts tagged with Greg Flag

I’ve been curious about this for a minute and the details finally dropped. Some often-featured dudes made the list and I’m stoked. Congratulations to Greg Henry, Jaumell Campbell, Corey Dewey, Greg Flag and Taylor Elvy. Check out Almond for some more details, and if one of the amazing shops in our sidebar don’t have any Almond’s in stock get them to contact Tenpack right away.

EMBASSY comin’ through with another bangin’ ass edit. Montreal is rad, minus the police (fuck you!). The spots / party definitely make up for that though. The line-up in this video helps, too. Watch Greg Flag, Eric Trepanier, Jonathan Chhun, Mike Fiset, Sean Cooke, Spencer Birt, Harley Haskett, Pierre Gauthier, Albert Krolikowski, Mike Cardin, and Corey Dewey destroy tons of good setups. Standouts for me included Sean Cooke’s moves, and Harley Haskett’s clips (the first of him I’ve ever seen, I think?). Corey Dewey holds down the last segment too, and definitely deserves it. Get into it.

Dillon Lloyd, Greg Flag, Corey Dewey, and Max Vincent are four dudes that will undoubtedly kill it when put together in a facility like The Taz in Montreal with a camera.

If you’ve never been to or heard of The Taz, go check it out and get familiar. If you’re an owner of an indoor park, take note. The Taz is the best skatepark I’ve ever been to and Canada needs more of them. It seems crazy that the indoor scene in Canada is so small when we’re buried in snow half the year.

This footage is all from ’09 and early ’10, but if I didn’t mention that you’d probably assume it was current. That’s how pimp Greg Flag is. This is another Embassy production by Sean Cooke. History buffs may be glad to notice some riding at the now defunct UAB warehouse. Watch out for guest clips from Cory Clarke, Corey Dewey and temporary Winnipeg local Kean Fougere.

This is dope. Macneil took a bunch of the homies out on the West Coast and killed everything. They decided to take their time and do a pretty long edit here and it came out amazing. Really well done. Features Dillon Lloyd, Greg Flag, Jaumell Campbell, Chris Martinda, Chris Silva, Travis Collier, Harrison Boyce and Dom fucking Mach. If that last one doesn’t convince you to watch this, I don’t know what will.