Published on March 13, 2019 by
  • jenkemmag

People always say that if you lose one sense your others get heightened. After losing his sight, Dan Mancina apparently can see skateparks like he’s mf-ing Neo in “The Matrix,” green Courier New font and all.

Check out Dan’s park edit then peep our interview with him on the site:

Filmed/Edited by: Steve Regish

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