You can tell Alexander “Zander” Mitchell likes his home because he has a globe as his profile picture on Instagram with an arrow pointing to a small patch of earth in Canada – a country that has already brought up many pros with a lot of finesse in their skating, one of the most insane contests ever, and a more interesting podcast than its North American brother. The red maple leaf has stood for quality in skateboarding since forever and you can see that virtue again in Zander’s skating – whether he does one of his insane ledge moves just for social media or goes on a mission to get clips for the upcoming Dime video. You should scroll through his Instagram and see that finesse for yourself; and that’s exactly what we did as well before sliding into his DMs for a quick chat.
I’m from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. It’s on the east coast of Canada. Good lobster.
Halifax is sick for skating. Pro Skates is the local shop there, been around since 1986!
Actually, we got a harder winter in Montreal – basically, five to six months. It’s colder and snows more over here.
Yeah, I’m trying to get back to Barcelona or maybe L.A. this winter.
The ledge is kinda overrated to me. It’s alright, just a bit round. The flat is good.
Parc La Fontaine in Montreal
Nosemanny nollie flip to nosemanny by Eric Riedl
Nollie tre 5-0
Yes! I’m trying to film HD for the new Dime video.
I’m pretty sure it’s going to be a full-length.
Backside nosegrinds like Wade DesArmo