Five times WINNER of the Freestyler’s Freestyler award Chet Chelmsford doesn’t just think outside the BOX, he SEMI-REGULARLY smashes right through its walls before setting alight the cardboard remains by means of a certified scorchio un-turndown!
“Freestyle. It’s freedom, with a side order of style. Personally, I view myself as a creative SPONGE, soaking inspiration from anywhere and everywhere and anywhere. It could be a particularly BONED kick-out from one of my friends on the freestyle circuit, it could be the way the SUNLIGHT catches the door of the team VAN one morning, or, in this case, the NASA Space Program. I see what those GUYS are doing over in Houston and I can’t help but want to throw down. Take this move for example; it doesn’t take a space shuttle engineer to work out that this bow-legged, unclicked X-up is a tip of the HAT to the trajectory used by Apollo 17’s voyage to the MOON. Commander Eugene A. Cernan — this one’s for you!”