Some pretty ladies to choose from this spring, which is rapidly arriving at the gates of your city.
Diemme hooked up with Vans Vault to produce these Era LX Montebellunas.
Good luck getting your feet in a pair. I say that because Diemme has a steep price and also because the world of Vans fans are all over them right now.
They’re flipping like hot cakes over at Bows & Arrows.
I’m 110% astonished by this production.
If you haven’t gone to see it yet I have no words for you.
If you haven’t seen this yet, and the 28:42 timestamp on this fantastic flick is causing you to consider not viewing it, then I suggest you consider this simple fact.
The radical messieurs in this film not only traveled to Iran, Georgia and Azerbaijan, but also successfully skated and helped push forward the tiny fraction of skate culture that exists in these places.
How unfortunate. This beautiful piece of equipment is currently only available in Japan. I’m certain though that if you’re sly enough you can get your greasy hands on it to shoot your homemade voyeur films with class.
The HD-1 features a retro die-cast body; the classic design integrates a large viewfinder, removable trigger handle and a D-mount for interchanging different modern and classic 8mm lenses. boasting a 2.1 megapixel sensor, the camera is capable of shooting in 30, 15, and 10 frames per second, with shutter speeds of up to 1/1000 per second and priced at $850.