The rebirth of the Chubby Unicorn into the Blood Slayer sparked the flames of creativity in the Loaded crew like never before. Rather than going with a traditional skate video, we took this release as an opportunity to delve into a new realm of media; heavy metal music videos. [caption id="attachment_22154" align="alignnone" width="625" caption="The Loaded Crew warms up for band practice"][/caption]
- Yeah boy. Stoked to finally get this video shot. 1 year ago I had a video idea called Light up the Road. It would involve shooting at Tuna at night with big spotlights. I envisioned big slider movements, Jon putting star timelapses in the sky. A year later the idea evolved to Hazmat suits (good idea by Brian D.) and a fog machine.
The lowdown:Using the Chubby Unicorn and its moniker as inspiration, create your very own illustrated haiku masterpiece.
The nitty gritty:
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- "The Chubby Unicorn is a topmount, double kick, symmetrical freeride and downhill board. Despite the seemingly simple shape the Chubby Unicorn, lovingly called the Chubby by many, is a board unlike anything currently on the market. However, before I get into how this thing handles on the road, lets talk tech. The Chubby Unicorn spent an insane amount of time in development to make what Loaded thought to be the best downhill freeride board on the market. In doing so Loaded added some serious
- "Whoa Nelly, its finally here! The Loaded downhill freeride board; the fabled steez steed that was once just a myth and a far off dream. At long last, the Chubby Unicorn has made its entry to the longboarding world. After years of construction testing and manipulation, countless prototypes and tweaks, innumerable amounts of roadrash and oodles of myth and magic, all the factors have finally come together to give you the next level of boards. I remember first hearing about the fabled Loaded
- "As we said in the first post as well as the video review, the Chubby Unicorn is SUPER comfortable. The fat W concave mixed with integrated wheel wells create comfortable well formed pockets to lock your feet in during slides, and encourage good form while tucking. The thing I really like about the concave on the Chubby Unicorn is that I dont need to move my back foot at all. At 9.75? wide Im able to keep my toes on the front rail and heels hanging off the back, making both the W accessibl
[nggallery id = 4]From the land of marshmallow clouds and rainbow brittle, the Chubby Unicorn gallops out of fantasy and into reality as a