We got another video from one of the most singular and creative voices in the history of yoyoing, Jensen Kimmitt. It is unique and lovely, with tricks that are alternately smooth and startling…much like Jensen, really. Incredible work, as always.
Harrison Lee is back with his first full-length video in a while, and while he was gone he definitely leveled up. Tremendous style and trick construction from Harrison here…watch this video like 30 times and thank us later.
Shot and cut by Jeffrey Pang.
Yoyo used is the CLYW Pickaxe.
Big congrats to Remy Baskin on joining the SF YoYos team! PNWR was his first official outing for the company, and it was great to see him on stage being awesome with a new sponsor. Congrats to SF on a great pickup, and to Remy on a sweet new sponsor!
Double the Toru, double the fun! Check out two quick new videos from YoYoRecreation featuring Toru Miyazaki!
Dylan Ostrowski shows us the latest plastic release from Duncan Toys, an oversized yoyo called Big Fun! Big, floaty, and ready for finger spins, the Big Fun looks like…uh…big…um…fun? Crap, they named it so good I don’t have anything else to say.
Yoyo used is the Duncan Toys Big Fun. It’s big fun.
Congrats to Yuya Sato on picking up a sponsorship from SF YoYos, and congrats to SF on adding another amazing up-and-comer to their roster.
Yuya Sato entered the #sfcombocontest this summer and no one on the team even had any idea who he was. As of December, Keiran now refers to him as “our president”, Tony sends me #yuyatotheteam almost every day, and the teamchat is named “Sato Fanclub”. I guess things change pretty fast when you post things like this all the time.
He’s pretty new to yoyoing, his progress is unwavering, he has big goals, and everyone involved with SF has post notifications set to “on” for his Instagram account. You should too.
Join the Sato Fanclub with us.
Yoyo used is the Ti Cadence.
Shot and Edited by Hikaru Yokota
Keiran Cooper gives us the goods in this video…two and a half minutes of pure, perfect tricks and some Sleigh Bells for good measure. Put it on repeat for the rest of the year.
Yoyo used is the SF YoYos Cadence, maybe? There’s a quick flash at the end that says “Cadence Transmission Coming 2019” so he’s probably throwing a proto of that.
We’re super excited to announce that Nick De Valpine has picked up a sponsorship from UNPRLD! Nick has long been one of our favorite players, and it’s great to see him getting some support for his play and stepping up into a new role with UNPRLD. Congrats Nick and UNPRLD!
Yoyo used is the a-rt x UNPRLD Sucction.
You know you’ve arrived when the college you’re attending is shooting videos of you to help recruit new students. But any excuse to watch Takeshi Matsuura throw a yoyo is a good one, right?
It’s rare that someone drops a 10 minute yoyo video, and even rarer still that it actually needed to be 10 minutes long. This video could have been twice as long.
Featuring, like, everyone.
2-time World YoYo Champion Shion Araya shows off the skill that made him a champion and the personality that made us love him in this new video from C3yoyodesign. Such a good dude and such an amazing yoyo player!
Yoyo used is the C3yoyodesign Radius Nexus.
Tyler Vienneau has some moves.
Here: look at them.
Yoyo used is the SF x A-RT Dour Knoob.
Owen Ekblad has been putting in some work with the newest budget metal throw from Duncan, and this video is chock full of all the good stuff from one of our favorite players.
Yoyo used is the Duncan Toys Roadrunner.
Yuki Nishisako has the signature yoyo that everyone loves, and now you get to see what happens when he goes HAM with it.
One throw. Amazing.
Yoyo used is the UNPRLD Flashback.