Clay Kreiner Claims the Vert Throne In His "Madness" Part

This 21-year-old will be a household name very soon.

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Nike SB and Independent Trucks rider Clay Kreiner recently delivered an insane video part — aptly titled “Madness” — in conjunction with perennial skate imprint Thrasher Magazine. Poised to lead the next generation of X Games skaters, the South Carolina native has become one of the brightest young names in transition skating, earning a Bronze medal in 2017’s Big Air competition. As always, Thrasher‘s accompanying synopsis for “Madness” details the video perfectly: “This part is flawless, face-melting madness from start to finish. The Concrete Gods smile upon thy son, Clay Kreiner.”

Enjoy the “face-melting” part above, then check out Clay’s fellow Nike SB teammates, and Lance Mountain, on a trip Southwest. You can also learn more about Clay in his exclusive Thrasher interview.

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