A pack of wild éS employees.
As you probably already know, éS team riders Rick McCrank, P.J. Ladd, Justin Eldridge, Javier Sarmiento, Nyjah Huston and flow riders Bobby Worrest and Mike Barker spent the last two weeks in Paris for the V7 Teenage Tour, which ended on June 5. The boys recently returned to the States and are now back to their semi-normal lives.
On behalf of éS, I would like to thank the guys at V7 for all the support and for showing us such a great time. On the rest of the trip, the éS team focused on doing what they do best…destroying any skate spot within eyeshot for the upcoming éS video.
Scubes sets up an art shot.
The éS sales meetings were going in Paris at the same time as our trip, so a lot of éS employees were in town and found some time to kick it with our crew. éS owner Pierre André decided it would be fun if everyone from éS rode their boards down to the Eiffel Tower for a group photo shoot. About 150 skaters took part in this epic event.
As for the rest of the éS team, Rodrigo Tx. could not make it over to Paris, as he was on the Feast Canada Tour.
Cale Nuske has been hanging out at home down in Adelaide, Australia, getting his car painted all black…even his rims. Hmmm…have you ever heard of a car turning goth? Neither had we, until now.
Rumor has it that Bobby Worrest is on a strict mashed potato diet. He's also supposedly moving into his own apartment in Washington DC and filming a part for Chris Hall's Get Familiar video. Sounds like fun.