Concrete Wave Magazine to Feature Posts from Unsponsored Skaters with Free New Skate Clip Submissions Page

GET FEATURED ON CW FOR FREE!  This is pretty cool for anyone out there stacking clips that wants more exposure, or anyone who likes to create skateboarding and longboarding content.

Concrete Wave Mag Featuring Skate Clip and Article Submissions from the Public

Concrete Wave Magazine has recently announced in an article on their site that they will feature skate clips from unsponsored skaters if anyone wants to submit their skate clips thru a new page they just released called their Clip Submit page.

Unsponsored Skaters Welcome

Don’t worry Sponsored skaters, they are not excluding Sponsored skaters from submitting, but they did make it clear they are opening up to unsponsored skater submissions (as much, if not more-so than the usual pro level stuff you see on most mags).  This has always been the Concrete Wave vibe though, always in touch with skaters of all levels, and all forms, and never really focusing in on just one style or level of the skate world, something that we’ve always liked about the mag.

Instagram, YouTube, or Blog

You can submit Instagram posts, YouTube Videos, or Articles, and they’ll review and re-post them on IG or feature them on their website!  I’m sure they can’t feature every single clip that’s submitted, but then again, who knows!

Free Features  = Free Exposure / Followers

It’s worth a shot for any up and coming skaters that want to get some exposure, get some new followers, and boost their skate game thru Concrete Wave, a long standing skateboard magazine who we’ve partnered with in the past and can verify is made by skaters, for skaters, and has been for a long time (15-20 years, something like that).

Submit your posts to be re-posted / featured here:

https://concretewavemagazine.com/submit-skate-content/

If you’ve got stacks on stacks of clips, head over to CW and submit your best ones!

Richie Jackson – One of Our All Time Favorite Skaters

We met Richie in Long Beach last year and he’s truly a cool and interesting guy to hang out with. Check out one of Richie Jackson’s more famous video parts. We’ll let the video and steez do the talking, as Richie’s style is so unique, nothing else need be said. and here’s some of our favorite Richie Jackson Instagram clips (must follow):

Alternate 🌀 angle, filmed by @gay_andy.

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Shoutout to #philippepetit. 🎥@princegilchrist & @joshstoops.

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🌈 🎥@bobthefilmer

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🎥@iwilliamspencer

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OH. MY. GAWD. Nyjah’s Nike SB Part (‘Til Death) is FIRE

Seriously so many face melting rails in Nyjah latest Nike SB part it’s unreal. He also gets smoked super hard – no spoilers – but oof!! Maybe nobody is surprised, since it’s Nyjah Huston, and we already know he’s insanely talented. But this is next level skateboarding no matter how you look at it, and he’s clearly pushing himself to the limits to take it up a notch. What’s your fav clip in this part?

10 Tricks Your Dad Can Do by Michael Brooke of Concrete Wave Magazine

We love videos like this. With this video even beginners can pick up a new trick or two to go have some fun without it being too difficult or frustrating or dangerous. Nailing a new trick in an hour or two is the best feeling. Sometimes, it’s a trick you’ll continue to do for the rest of your life and get a lot of props for! But, not every trick has to have air-time and rails whether it’s skateboarding OR longboarding or otherwise! The original roots of skateboard tricks were flatland and surf style tricks more like what we consider longboard freestyle and today, not what most people consider “tricks” on a skateboard, but these tricks paved the way for steez and style to be forefront in what soon blossomed from a surfer hobby sport to a world-wide phenomenon capturing the hearts and minds of the youth like something nobody had expected before, with pioneers like Jay Adams and the Dogtown Z Boys are still famous to this day for. Along these lines, Michael Brooke of Concrete Wave Magazine demonstrates as he shows off 10 of his favorite tricks in a video he calls:

10 Tricks Your Dad Can Do

Nice job Michael!