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Jamie Foy Is Back At It Again with Another Part

Watch Foy in "Moving Forward", his fourth part in 8 months.

by Hadrien Turner

By any standards, a part a year would be considered quite the feat for even most high profile pros. 20 year old Deathwish and Diamond Footwear am Jamie Foy is turning out to be a high quality footage machine,as he just dropped his FOURTH part is the past 8 months.

With this many parts, one would think that the caliber of skating would be all over the place; think again. With a part for the Berrics, Thrasher’s “Twoche” (he frontside crooks a rail some of you may know very well)  and his The Skateboard Mag’s “Next New Wave” part under his belt already, the latest comes in the form of his contribution to Tyler Bamdas’ independent Florida skate scene video Moving Forward.
 


Jamie’s skating is to par (overall he is definitely consistently hitting a birdie) with all his previous parts, and is overall a delight to watch with his ability to hit massive kinked rails as well as get techy on ledges.

We’ll keep our eyes peeled for a fifth part in the next two months. Watch Foy’s Moving Forward   part below and start getting stoked for the next one.



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Hadrien Turner is a music and skate junkie based in Athens, GA who has written for publications like Mass Appeal and The Ride Channel.



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Jamie Foy Is Back At It Again with Another Part

Watch Foy in "Moving Forward", his fourth part in 8 months.

by Hadrien Turner

By any standards, a part a year would be considered quite the feat for even most high profile pros. 20 year old Deathwish and Diamond Footwear am Jamie Foy is turning out to be a high quality footage machine,as he just dropped his FOURTH part is the past 8 months.

With this many parts, one would think that the caliber of skating would be all over the place; think again. With a part for the Berrics, Thrasher’s “Twoche” (he frontside crooks a rail some of you may know very well)  and his The Skateboard Mag’s “Next New Wave” part under his belt already, the latest comes in the form of his contribution to Tyler Bamdas’ independent Florida skate scene video Moving Forward.
 


Jamie’s skating is to par (overall he is definitely consistently hitting a birdie) with all his previous parts, and is overall a delight to watch with his ability to hit massive kinked rails as well as get techy on ledges.

We’ll keep our eyes peeled for a fifth part in the next two months. Watch Foy’s Moving Forward   part below and start getting stoked for the next one.



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Hadrien Turner is a music and skate junkie based in Athens, GA who has written for publications like Mass Appeal and The Ride Channel.



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