Coleman Weimer and Harrison Lee are best friends forever, and they’ve got the video to prove it. Since their first video together in 2013, Coleman and Harrison have been dropping new “We Got This” videos every so often to celebrate their friendship and mutual love of yoyoing. And because context is everything, here are the other three videos so that you can see the difference that five years makes.
Good friends, good tricks, good times! Coleman Weimer and Harrison Lee bring us the third video in their “We Got This” series, and it’s the best one yet. Check out two stellar players at the top of their game, tooling around Vancouver and having a blast.
Yoyo used is the CLYW Orca.
Coleman Weimer always puts out consistently good material, and this new video is another great bit of work from a great yoyo player.
Yoyo used is the Chief by CLYW.
Coleman Weimer just put out the best looking video of the year so far, filmed in Koh Kut, Thailand during Spring Break.
Here’s a real gem of a video from Coleman Weimer, filmed in his father’s coffee shop. I’m not sure what I like more; the look of that coffee shop, or the look of Coleman’s tricks.
Yoyo used is the One Drop x CLYW Summit.
Coleman Weimer just dropped an absolutely impeccable new video. Beautifully shot and edited, and filled with perfectly built and executed tricks…”Step” is an inspiring video that sets Coleman out front of the pack as a player to watch for 2014.
Coleman Weimer just dropped his 2013 World YoYo Contest clip video, and it’s got a solid roundup of all the usual suspects….Petr Kavka, Eric Koloski, Ann Connolly, Michael Ferdico, Zach Gormley, Palli, Darnell Hairston, Ayumu Harada, Ky Zizan, and plenty more. Dig in and enjoy!
Filmed at the 2013 World YoYo Contest, Harrison Lee, Ayumu Harada, and Coleman Weimer rock out a great video with more talent than we know what to do with. Ayumu is the newest member of the CLYW team, and we’re expecting some great things from him.
Coleman Weimer and Harrison Lee hung out, got some Five Guys, and had a good time banging out some beautiful yoyo tricks and hucking kendamas around. Looks like a really good day.
Coleman Weimer gets laaaazy in this beautifully shot new video. He’s got such a minimal, laid-back style that you can’t help but think that he just woke up, or maybe he’s been drinking a lot of NyQuil. Either way, he’s a pleasure to watch…and hey look at that, more yoyo/kendama crossover. Neat.
Innovation Movement does it again with this stellar new video from Coleman Weimer. I feel like the slow motion kills the flow of the tricks, but at the same time it is really nice to be able to clearly see everything that’s happening.
But regardless of your opinion on film-speed, Coleman has some great tricks in this video. Great work!