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1947: The Lrg Video

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Jonas Bevacqua (1977-2011), co-founder of LRG, used 47 and 1947 since LRG's inception as a tribute to his mother, Helen. Jonas often said that without the support of his family, and in particular his mother, LRG would never have come into fruition. As LRG grew and time progressed, 1947 grew to become a symbol of family, of love, and of dedication to something greater than one's self. 1947 is our second full-length skate video, named in honor of Jonas and his family, and in recognition of the unity of our team and the importance of being part of something greater. From the skateboarders to the people behind the scenes ...

  • DirectorKyle Camarillo
  • Runtime: 44 min
  • StudioLifted Research Group
  • QualityHD

Reviews about 1947: The Lrg Video

1947: The Lrg Video
Furiousmonad
It's a skate vid, get it if you like to skate or watch others skate, or both.

The skating is phenomenal, you'd have to be a jerk to say otherwise. However, the soundtrack could have used a little bit more variation to make each track more memorable. Seriously though, you can't go wrong because the skating is sick as hell. Just keep watching it.

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