Roof Culture Blackout is our first all black range, released to celebrate the following announcement.

Roof Culture - one of our most hyped videos of recent years, and arguably the most hyped of all time was an exploration into the darker and more renegade end of what Parkour is to us. The 6 min film was received exceptionally well, and spawned somewhat of a subculture within the community. The hashtag roof culture on Instagram has over 37k posts - and it's growing fast. Roof Culture is now something much bigger than the original film and represents so many different things to so many people.
So, this summer, we've decided to revisit our biggest project ever. This time on a scale not attempted before in a Parkour film. We're taking Roof Culture to the Asian mega cities of Hong Kong, Tokyo and Seoul to regain control of what was originally intended through the Roof Culture concept and in turn, push it further. 

In the simplest terms Roof Culture 2 - Asia is a explorative documentary taking Parkour to new heights. RCA is on a scale unprecedented and will be the most notable parkour video project we've ever undertaken. We want to explain how what we do is not stupid or dangerous, and in fact it's much simpler than that. It's years of dedication to a passion that makes the impossible, possible. RCA will draw inspiration from influential videos from the last 15 years but with a definite Storror twist. 
Consider this a press release. Roof Culture 2 - Asia is coming 2016.

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Roof Culture Blackout is an all black range, providing stealth for those who require subtlety when training. The collection has obvious Asian influences through native calligraphy and graphic placement. Each long length tee represents a different phase of Roof Culture, and respective Asian mega-city.

The Tokyo RCA tee aligns with traditional Japanese culture, to us this phase of Roof Culture is about the understanding that what we do is a result of discipline and training - we're not superhuman, just dedicated to a passion. 

The Hong Kong RCA tee stands for old school Roof Culture, it's about being loud and proud about what we do. It's sweaty palms and big drops and reflected by the city it represents. 

The Seoul RCA tee represents a passion to explore the unknown. It's risky, it's different but that's exciting. Seoul is the wildcard of RCA - and so is this tee. Rep if you can pull it off.

The RCA Mission Hoody ties together everything Roof Culture. It provides the dark anonymity required to fully explore the city.

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Exploring Iceland

Follow our visual diary of an unbelievable trip... 

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Parkour In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Parkour in Brazil

See the full photo story here - Drew Taylor - Parkour in Brazil

Was great to be introduced to the community here in Rio yesterday. It's in its early days for sure, but very effectively being guided in the right direction by the awesome Vance Poubel (aka Bacon Man) who runs sessions here to teach kids in a local martial arts centre. 

The whole ethos of the way they train here is very much centred around having fun, which is the way it should be! I guess that reflects wider Brazilian culture but is awesome to see such freedom in a 'coaching' environment.

What is interesting though - is how participation in Rio de Janeiro is limited not by weather (as it is in the UK during winter) but rather safety on the streets. Vance was telling me people don't like to be out on the streets because of the associated danger with muggings and murders - which means introducing kids to parkour, an activity which very much involves being on the streets is increasingly difficult to gain interest in. 

Parkour in Brazil

Nevertheless - the community here is thriving and there are some seriously talented young kids here with some world class spots to develop their skills with. Expect big things from this area of the world over the next few years!!

See the full photo story here - Drew Taylor - Parkour in Brazil

Drew Taylor - Brazil Parkour

Parkour in Brazil

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Storror - GLITCH for Spring/Summer 2016

We hope you enjoyed our latest release for spring/summer.

Glitch is our first conceptual range, inspired by our trademark editing style with nods to trends in wider streetwear culture. Featuring sharp, heavy graphic prints and oversized, longer length fits, this collection is solidified by distorted, digital and analog iconography. The collection is design by Drew with input from the whole team. 

'Glitch was so fun to create, everything from the graphics to the distorted video clips is Storror down to the tee. We're starting to get a much clearer idea of the aesthetic we're trying to create with out clothing and I think you can really see that through these pieces'. 

There is a second delivery from the GLITCH concept, due to be announced within the next few days. Stay tuned!

Shop the collection here...

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Stranded in the Acrodemy

We arrived in Istanbul, hoping to smash the streets and see as much as possible... The rain came, and we ended up seeking refuge in the ghetto little gem of Acro Academy, check it! -

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Sacha on the edit, we spent a few days exploring the diverse and busy city of Istanbul!

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Parkour on Mars?!

We recently dropped the first of our 4 part Turkey series, 'Storror in Turkey - Cappadocia'. Keep reading for a little diary of the few days we spent there and some more info based on a few questions that popped up in the YouTube comments.

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Parkour Trickshots with NERF

NERF contacted us a few weeks back and ended up sending over a few of their latest product, the ECS-10 Blaster... So we ran around Brighton and got creative! 

Some of these shots took hundreds of takes but there's no feeling quite like a successful cup shot. Check it out! #NerfModulus

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Supertramps Thailand Q&A

After the initial boom and overwhelming response to our first feature length documentary, we started receiving a load of questions regarding pretty much every aspect of the film, from the deadly snake to the fancy transitions so we're gonna give a go at answering em' all.

How much did the trip cost per person and what advice would you give to get your money's worth?

We actually flew out to Thailand with the naive plan of spending no more than £100 each for the entire month which was quickly forgotten when we realised we hadn't accounted for a loa...

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