Boo Johnson’s New “Life & Times” Part Goes Hard AF

No rail is safe from the DGK ripper.

California native Boo Johnson makes incredibly dangerous skateboarding look way too easy. The DGK rider’s new “Life & Times” part focuses primarily on his insane rail abilities, among other skills. It’s a three-minute plus part is chock-full of nothing but dead serious flips, grinds, and flight over some pretty hefty architecture, which he seems to all do rather whimsically.

Filmer, editor, and DGK team manager, Brad Rosado, also makes sure to keep things sharp and form-fitted to Boo’s style of things, syncing hard music with b-roll of smoke, fashion, pets, and local grom fandom.

Aesthetics aside, the skateboarding speaks for itself. There’s no way anyone gets this good by merely “looking” the part. Boo Johnson undoubtedly more than just holds his own on the board.

Watch Boo’s “Life & Times” part here

Written on January 10, 2017 by

Rainey Cruz

Rainey Cruz is a Caribbean-born spirit based in New York City with interests in art, music, skateboarding, mysticism, street, and world culture.