One of the biggest hits of the new Basecamp lineup is the Pariah, a collaboration between SF YoYos and CLYW that combines elements of the Akita (CLYW signature model of Mark Mangarin) and Cadence (SF signature model of Kieran Cooper). So what better way to promote it than to smash Mark’s face onto Keiran and vice-versa and make everyone super uncomfortable?
First release of the Pariah was at the 2019 World YoYo Contest, but more will be available soon. Check out full specs below.
Basecamp Pariah (SF x CLYW) Specs:
Diameter: 55.3 mm
Width: 45.5 mm
Weight: 65 grams
Response: Snow Tires
Bearing: Centering Size C
A-RT dropped a new video for Michael Kurti and it’s everything you hoped for. Amazing play from Chef Kurti, non-sequiturs, Sunshine Jimmy, the vague sense that the temperature is unbearably low, a stylish garage, heavy sighs, and clogging.
Yoyo used is the Good Life Gully.
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Yoyo used is the SFYOYOs x A-RT Door Knob.
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Yoyo used is the SF YoYos Cadence.
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Yoyo used is the CLYW Orca.
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Featuring Andrew Bergen, Andrew Maider, Colin Beckford, Keiran Cooper, Patrick Canny, and Mark Mangarin.
Audio version can be listened to here.
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