The evolution of Life Extension
Life Extension's new direction
It has been a big few weeks for Life Extension skateboards. Not only did they release their much anticipated "Theatrix" video, but have also landed themselves a new home at Element Skateboards' new distribution house, The Branch. After parting ways with Blitz Distribution, which Life Extension started under in early 2012, LE now joins forces alongside Element, Plan B and Loud Headphones. Here's an inside look at their booth at the Agenda Tradeshow.
Tony Tave and Pat Pasquale
Tony Tave and Pat Pasquale introduce "Theatrix" to the masses last month in Long Beach, California.
Nick's style may look effortless but rest assured he has been putting in a ton of work on both his "Theatrix" part and all things Life Extension. Here's Trapasso with a crooked grind pop over.
This is Blue's first major video part and he came out of the Arizona heat with guns blazing. Frontside noseslide from Blue.
While most of the team chose to skate to electronic music, Jaime Tancowny kept it rock and roll and had one of the standout parts in the video. Backside heelflip.
Co-owner Pat Pasquale took one of the craziest slams I have ever seen in the video. Lucky for us, he got up and still had enough juice left to film a shocking three-song part. Switch frontside heelflip.
While better known as a professional surfer, Kalani David is also a terror on a skateboard and proudly reps Life Extension.
It's been too long since we have seen a full-length Tony Tave part, but that's just how supply and demand works in the world of skate videos. Tony shocked everyone with one of the best parts in the video. Switch heelflip.
Jake closed out the video with a heavy all-terrain part filmed all over the globe. Kickflip fakie in a tight fullpipe.