The Suéde crew from Sweden is definitely on the radar in terms of street skiing, their 2021 film “Rip in Pieces” was a hell of a ride and it put the boys on the map. “What’s for Breakfast?” is a follow-up, and even though its runtime is just under 7 minutes, it’s an absolute banger. Suéde excels at combining a fresh approach to features and tricks, and classic technical skills performed on gnarly long rails. Featuring Benjamin Carlund, Jonathan Eklund, Joel Magnusson, Vilmer Ivarsson, Oliver Karlberg, and Hugo Burvall. Overall, it’s a great short flick that you definitely shouldn’t miss.
From YouTube: A street video made by Suéde. Filmed in Sundsvall, Stockholm and Helsinki.
In the making of this video, we’ve met a lot of people who helped us in one way or another, therefore Suéde would like to give a big thank you to: Leo Bergstöm and family, Per and Carina, Hampen, Martin Axell, NC Jour AB, Emil Larsson, Fabian Kristoffersson, Joakim Nerén, Arvid Kronstrand, Albin Nilsson, Måns Bertz Wågström, Julia Pelosio, Harald Hellström and the clubhouse, Child Labor, Jetskis, Armada skis, Lead Fabrics, Movement skis, Capeesh supply.
Skiers: Benjamin Carlund, Jonathan Eklund, Joel Magnusson, Vilmer Ivarsson, Oliver Karlberg, Hugo Burvall
Producers: Benjamin Carlund, Jonathan Eklund and Joel Magnusson
Edit: Jonathan Eklund
Color grade: Emil Larsson
Sound design: Hugo Burvall