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William Strobeck delivers once again in “King Puppy.”

Supreme and Nike SB get the Strobeck treatment to celebrate the collaborative GT collection.

by Hadrien Turner

William Strobeck, the one time Philly filmer for the Sovereign Sect, has been on fire in recent years. Strobeck resurfaced in the limelight with force through the first full length Supreme video Cherry, which was so well received that it singlehandedly put some of NYC’s then up and comers on the map. Sean Pablo, Sage Elssesser and Tyshawn Jones are just a few of these young guns.

Stellar edits have followed including  “Joyride,” “Pussy Gangster,” “Sickness,” and “Swoosh.” “King Puppy” is the latest addition to the collection, and it is filmed in support of the new Supreme x Nike SB Blazer GT (Grant Taylor’s pro model) collection.

The edit is split into two distinctive parts. The first is all street, featuring Grant Taylor (and his dog Jericho,) Kevin Bradley, France's Vincent Touzery, skate God Eric Koston, as well as Sage Elssesser and “The Swan” Sean Pablo (who both ride for the Nike owned CONS.) Gang Starr’s “Tons Of Guns” scores the street heavy skating to perfection.

The second section exclusively shows Grant Taylor aggressively shredding the Supreme LA shop bowl to the appropriately electrifying sounds of Van Halen’s “Intruder.” His transition skills are on another level, especially considering how he can slay ledges and rails as well.

Watch “King Puppy” here, and if you cop the shoes, don’t let your pup tear them up like Jericho does.


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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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William Strobeck delivers once again in “King Puppy.”

Supreme and Nike SB get the Strobeck treatment to celebrate the collaborative GT collection.

by Hadrien Turner

William Strobeck, the one time Philly filmer for the Sovereign Sect, has been on fire in recent years. Strobeck resurfaced in the limelight with force through the first full length Supreme video Cherry, which was so well received that it singlehandedly put some of NYC’s then up and comers on the map. Sean Pablo, Sage Elssesser and Tyshawn Jones are just a few of these young guns.

Stellar edits have followed including  “Joyride,” “Pussy Gangster,” “Sickness,” and “Swoosh.” “King Puppy” is the latest addition to the collection, and it is filmed in support of the new Supreme x Nike SB Blazer GT (Grant Taylor’s pro model) collection.

The edit is split into two distinctive parts. The first is all street, featuring Grant Taylor (and his dog Jericho,) Kevin Bradley, France's Vincent Touzery, skate God Eric Koston, as well as Sage Elssesser and “The Swan” Sean Pablo (who both ride for the Nike owned CONS.) Gang Starr’s “Tons Of Guns” scores the street heavy skating to perfection.

The second section exclusively shows Grant Taylor aggressively shredding the Supreme LA shop bowl to the appropriately electrifying sounds of Van Halen’s “Intruder.” His transition skills are on another level, especially considering how he can slay ledges and rails as well.

Watch “King Puppy” here, and if you cop the shoes, don’t let your pup tear them up like Jericho does.


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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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