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Repu Gets Stoned

After a long process of design, planning and production, Volcom worked with Sterling Projects to replace the skateboard obstacles in the Place de La Republique in the heart of Paris last week.

The new setup has been designed specially to fit the plaza and will stay for a certain amount of time, while the “old” Stone granite spot has found a temporary new home in Place De La Bastille (where it was originally set during the summer of 2015).

A good number of skaters from the Volcom team gathered last weekend to celebrate with the locals and share the good vibes: Ben Raemers, Rune Glifberg, Daan Van Der Linden, Alec Majerus, Harry Lintell, Eniz Fazliov, Jorge Simoes, Vincent Matheron, Alexander Risvad, Dustin Dollin,  Jonathan Vlerick, Tom Bellot, Noah Mailleux and Bart Buikman

After a “tribute” happening on Friday 15th June consisting of a session in Bastille followed by some refreshments and music at the Volcom Store, the inauguration of the new setup took place on Saturday 16 June, Place de La Republique:

Before the mayhem begun, some free skate lessons were given to newbees

….. Cash prizes for tricks on the new Stone feature was given out and then the action moved to the 2 new benches line… the session got heated and went wild, in the end Alex Risvad from Denmark, Nolan Zangas (USA), Adrien Chabiron (Fr), Cesar Dubroca (Fr) and Ryo Sejiri (Japan) all got rewarded 400€ each.

Oh and the whole event was Eco friendly too!

The party ended at the Fluctuat café with beers, good times and some live music from Leopard Ale and Tversky who both will surely be in your next party playlist!

A million thanks to all that helped us make this happen!

The Paris city council and the DJS, Jerome Girard, Sterling Projects, Mathias Thomer, Tonton Reda from Dayoff, Tura, Santiago, Paris skate Culture for the skate lessons, White Lobster records for DJing in the plaza, PJY for DJing at the party, Valentin for DJing at the Volcom store, Leopard Ale, Tversky, Carlo, Zeb, Thibault Lenours, Yann Garin, the Volcom Store Paris staff, Blend Burgers, Camel & Pizzu and the Fluctuat café, also everyone that came along and showed their support. 

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Daan Van Der Linden floats over Bastille plaza setup during the Friday tribute session – Photo Lenours

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Daan and Eniz Fazliov in Bastille - Photo Lenours

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The Volcom crew chilling in Bastille – Photo Remy Stratton

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Noah Mailleux bs ollie - Photo Lenours

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Vincent Matheron and friend at the Volcom Store Paris party on the Friday night- Photo Lenours

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Taking over the streets - Photo Lenours

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Alec Majerus and Jonathan Vlerick at the store- Photo Lenours

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@StoopidSkater - Photo Lenours

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Harry Lintell truck dropping - Photo Lenours

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Dustin Dollin, Daan, Alec and friends - Photo Remy Stratton

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Then on the Saturday, we inaugurated this beast in Place De La Republique - Photo Lenours

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The place got packed quickly and the session was on – Photo Remy Stratton

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Hydration for the troops- Photo Lenours

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Kids go first- Photo Lenours

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Starting with a best trick on the slappy- Photo Lenours

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Then on the long ledge – Bart Buikman - Photo Lenours

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Gaetan Ducellier with his nice hair- Photo Lenours

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Tom Bellot on the banks for the Third Best trick- Photo Lenours

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Then we moved to the new benches on the other side of the plaza also installed by Volcom, for a best line contest – Adrien Chabiron took 400€ home- Photo Lenours

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Your hosts Tonton Reda from DAyOff Paris and Mathias Thomer from Cosanostra- Photo Lenours

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Cesar Dubroca also won some € - Photo Lenours

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Hangout before the party at Blend Burgers- Photo Remy Stratton

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LEOPARD ALE heating the Fluctuat Café at the afterparty - Photo Remy Stratton

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