Crailtap’s Giant Quaterpipes

From the filming of Pretty Sweet

The intro from 2012's Pretty Sweet featured a number of surreal scenarios, some obviously faked, and others apparently legit. Raven Tershy's monster wallride on the streets of LA was questioned by almost anyone who caught a glimpse of it, but this is all the confirmation we need. The Girl and Chocolate crew set up two giant quarterpipes in a rundown LA street, and kicked off one of the most surreal sessions in skateboarding history. 

According to Crailtap they had no permits, no permission, and simply chucked a couple of king-size quarters against the wall of a rundown warehouse and kicked things off. This behind-the-scenes video is guaranteed to blow you away. 

We're stocking stacks of new Girl and Chocolate products in the Boardworld store, so feel free to browse our latest arrivals. As always, we offer free shipping and member discounts on all orders. 

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