Rest In Peace Keith Hufnagel
Keith Hufnagel was the embodiment of raw fucking power on a skateboard, and that power turned into unmatchable natural style. The perfect approach for the gritty streets of New York and San Francisco. Keith “Huf” Hufnagel will never be forgotten for a multitude of reasons, but in this post we want to remember him for his raw power and style on a skateboard.
Rest In Peace Keith Hufnagel.
This Non-Fiction part is true SF 90’s video part, he grinds the Kezar rail and nollie front heelflips a bench in Union Square.
Huf’s part in Real to Reel is a must watch, even if you’ve seen it. Watch it again.
411 Stussy London Trip - Huf killed it on this trip, and kickflipped the famous bank to bank gap Mark Gonzales ollied years prior.
Huf in 2005’s Roll Forever shows that he was not slowing down, many classic, iconic tricks in this part.
This part has Huf in his natural habitat, New York City, with massive ollies over barriers at the Brooklyn Banks and fast lines.
Keith Hufnagel, Pro Spotlight, Transworld Skateboarding 1998, Photo: Atiba
Keith Hufnagel, Photo: Atiba