Converse’s Wall of Death

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Going for broke on a 22ft vertical wall

Converse recently presented a skateboarding shindig known as the "Empire Games", the second instalment of which involved a 22-foot vertical wallride obstacle, quite rightly dubbed the "Wall of Death". A bunch of skaters battled it out to see who could transfer the highest from ramp to ramp via the vert wall, and it was Phil Dulude who came out on top with a monster 15ft transfer. This is pretty exhilarating stuff. 

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