Published on July 2, 2019 by
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etnies is proud present “TRANSITOIRE”, the brand new team promo video, that brings with it the introduction of Nassim Lachhab, to the official etnies global team.

Keeping the momentum from 2018’s release of the full length etnies video, “Album”, Chris Joslin’s pro shoe video part “Unstoppable”, and ending the year with a 15 minute China Tour edit, “Ride the Tao”, the etnies team has not taken a break.

“TRANSITOIRE” captures the etnies team traveling over the past six months throughout the southern U.S., Mexico, Canada, France, Morocco and Spain, with a banging last part from the newest etnies family member, Nassim Lachhab.

Nassim Lachhab has navigated his way from Rabat, Morocco through Perpignan, France, now residing in, Barcelona, Spain. Nassim made his way to the global stage through his own means of being the endless content provider.

Whether it’s his constant Instagram stories, tossing his board around under his feet in whatever way he decides or his tales of life on the road, there’s always entertainment to be had.

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