July 10, 2013
When Gino daps you up, you’re probably doing it right – and although Tony Durao isn’t exactly a household name in skateboarding, he’s sure to be soon. Durao has made a convincing case for his own popularity with a new video part, launched on New York City skate blog Quartersnacks. The Long Island native was recently inducted into Waters & Army‘s roster of skaters, bursting onto the scene with tricks down notable city spots and crusty suburban findings alike. The tone of the piece is easily sensed when the first chords of Cam’ron’s “Down & Out” play in the background, underlined by Durao’s uncanny ability to take hardflips and 360 flips the distance in the opening seconds of the clip. Enjoy the video above, and for more footage of Tony, be sure to head over to Waters & Army’s website.