April, Venture, G Shock, Spitfire
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It’s no longer uncommon for a parent to introduce their child to skateboarding. When Yuto Horigome was first going to plazas and parks with his father, who is a street skater himself, in Tokyo, Japan, things weren’t intended to be more than father-son bonding. That dynamic changed quickly when Yuto started to not only progress rapidly the park, but also in the streets. At 20 years young, Yuto’s tech prowess, contest consistency, and ability to casually spin 540s on vert has everyone on board with the quiet face of skateboarding’s future and present.
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Oski, Hayley, Yuto, Sky and Nyjah talk with Anthony Pappalardo about the delayed journey to Tokyo.
Can't stop. Won't stop. Yuto Horigome for April Skateboards.