Australian apparel company Afends wanted to do something edgy, so it brought out some skateboarders and action sports enthusiasts to do tricks in the middle of a hemp field.
The company took over the middle of Australia's largest hemp field, built a ramp and shot some video.
Afends positions the video as part of its hemp initiative—a dedication to the durable, eco-friendly plant used in making clothing, rope, oils, food and more!
From the description of the video
"Here at Afends we've jumped on the hemp bandwagon and are riding this proverbial train to more sustainable pastures. To celebrate our self proclaimed sustainable legends status, we headed out to the largest hemp field in Australia, threw together a half pipe (literally, we built it on the day - DIY till we die!), and skated the crap out of our mini ramp right in the centre of a damn hemp field.
Along with us we bought Australian skaters Boyd Young and Bibi Bradbury, videographers from Flamingo Amigo, photographer Sam Nolan and we threw in surfer Josh Sleep for good measure. Oh, and a few cartons of VB. Classic."