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Kyle Walker Goes Huge In His New Real Skateboards “Surveillance” Part

Watch K-Walks murk rails, sets and gaps again.

by Hadrien Turner

Kyle Walker, the recent recipient of a coveted Vans pro-model shoe, has yet another part out. To put it mildly, 2016 has been a heavy year for the Oklahoman skater. Living up to the hype in 2015’s Propeller, he followed it up this past summer with a standout part in Volcom’s Holy Stokes! in which he absolutely manhandled everything in front of him.

Today, Real Skateboards has released his Surveillance part (the second in the Surveillance series, Peter Ramondetta’s being the first) via Thrasher, and it does not disappoint in the least. Long rails get feebled, gaps get big flipped, and he ends the part with a monstrous frontside flip down a double set after evading security and moving a few  golf carts to carve out a landing strip. Real teammates Zion Wright, Robbie Brockel, Davis Torgerson and Ishod Wair all make cameos in a short edit that is definitely worth more than one watch.

Watch Kyle keep it real here.



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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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