Don’t Call Skateboarder Hjalte Halberg “Baby” - Culture | MERRY JANE
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Don’t Call Skateboarder Hjalte Halberg “Baby”

A fun, house music-driven remix of the Danish rider’s best clips.

by Rainey Cruz

New York City skateboarding collective and conglomerate Quartersnacks has a reputation for keeping things cheeky, sports-referenced, and entertaining—essentially the intellectual, hooligan-slash-jock personality archetype of skateboarding. They keep their mind on their money and the funny on their mind. Along with this brand of skate coverage comes strategic partnerships, business alliances, and organic relationships with crews, companies, and riders from all over the globe.

Danish powerhouse and QS favorite, Hjalte Halberg of the Sweden’s Polar Skate Co. happens to be the latest focus of the site’s newest visual content and homage, “Don’t Call Me Hjalte”.

The edit is a creatively remixed compilation of the rider’s 2016 clips and bits laced with some DJ Roctakon-approved sounds that include “Don’t Call Me Baby” by Madison Avenue.

Watch Hjalte bounce, roll, and skate through American and European soil as he shows off his fast and superior ledge, rail, and technical street skateboarding abilities.

The man rips and dips! Watch “Don’t Call Me Hjalte” here

 


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Rainey Cruz is a Caribbean-born spirit based in New York City with interests in art, music, skateboarding, mysticism, street, and world culture.



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