1/23/2018Lewis Marnell was much more than an amazing skateboarder. He was one of the nicest, most sincere people you could ever meet. In keeping his spirit alive, friends and family came together in OZ to share stories and shred in his honor.
1/23/2018Duffman footy is always a treat and this high-speed line is pure gold. GO FAST!
1/23/2018The Midwest has an unmistakeable grit to it, making skate footage look so raw and rad. The NB crew celebrated the crust with this Rust Belt belter. Looks more like the Great Land to us!
1/23/2018Despite what the title might suggest, there’s nothing small about Dylan’s approach to skating. Broadcasting live from Idaho to the four corners of the globe, here’s a killer video part from the Spud State.
1/23/2018A good skateshop like Prestige keeps the local skate scene thriving. Big ups to the boys in Boise.
1/23/2018Riley had one hell of a 2017, cranking out top-notch footage at a prolific clip. Here’s 20 minutes of madness from his Shep Dawgs part. Enjoy!
1/23/2018These Masher edits are about more than the skating in front of the lens, they’re also about the man holding the camera and blazing through the bowls at mach speed. Hell yeah, Gregson!
1/23/2018Atlantic Drift in SF, Mark Suciu, Gabriel Summers "My War" and more in today's episode of Skateline.
1/23/2018It's obvious where Anthony "ModernCholo" Cardenas finds his influences. He takes both well-known and obscure animated characters and collides them straight into the world of skateboard photography. The result he creates is a pretty cool place to visit.
1/23/2018Used to be that when people spoke of Hollywood High they were referring to the smaller rail. Geoff helped change that. This fs slider was groundbreaking stuff.
The Deluxe Artroom Artshow:San Francisco, CA - January 05, 2018
Flatbar Frenzy with Miles Silvas:Sacramento, CA - January 13, 2018
Hotshots Glendale Demo:Glendale, AZ - January 13, 2018
The Shrine/Mean Jeans/Dirty Fences:Los Angeles, CA - January 20, 2018
Mean Jeans/Dirty Fences/Andy Human:San Francisco, CA - January 24, 2018
In The Mag
Pedro Delfino came from Florida to ride this virgin SF wave, sliding himself onto the February 2018 cover. Crack it open and the sickness persists! Travel-wise, the Atlantic Drift crew sailed across the sea to the shores of SF. Hot off their recent full-length vid, Creature set out across the US for a 55-day mission and New Balance found themselves blessed (not stressed) in America's heartland. Antonio Durao, Flo Mirtain and Madars Apse all get the Heads interview treatment, China Banks takes some historical (and present-day) hits and Ol' Dirty Smolik talks Classic Graphics. Add to it a 20-page photo feature about rejecting and swerving authority (aka cops) and this one is so full of carnage it's bleeding at the seams. Add this one to your collection.