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Few have ridden the wave of the skate industry like Chad Fernandez.

Crusty, homegrown spots aren't new, and yet they're one of the most interesting and vibrant things going on in skating today. This essay and photofeature looks at the appeal of DIY skating. Long live 'crete!

Grant Taylor, Greyson Fletcher, Ben Raybourn, and other Nike rippers went to work down under. Video coming tomorrow.

Bryce Kanights came by to talk about old times at Thrasher and play some rad tunes.

The skateboarding world took a huge hit to its soul yesterday, with the loss of ‘70s skate maestro, Shogo Kubo.

Elissa talks about her skating career, jumping down Wallenberg, and being a witness to the leap of faith.

Volcom and Toy Machine collaborated on a line of shirts. In celebration, Volcom hosted a party at their private skatepark complete with an Ed Templeton photo show, live music, plus plenty of pizza and beer to get everyone through the night.

 

From butt boarding to DGK. Jack clues us into his story of stoke.

The second half of the trip Durban to Cape Town got heated. More road miles, skate camps, pools, and handrails. Cory gets a trick in Birkenstocks? And it ts a wrap.

From the gritty streets of Liverpool, England to the gangs of Long Beach, CA. Geoff Rowley has seen it all, not to mention he was SOTY 2000 and a Wilshire survivor. Rowley tells it like it is.

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Common Side Effects Huntington Beach, CA Sep 12
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Jake Johnson will never comply, as evidenced by the October 2015 cover. More non-compliance inside: Santa Cruz subverts the East Coast, Jon Dickson and Taylor Kirby get a joint interview (get it?), Silas and friends explore Japan, Volcom sets sail for New Zealand in search of Lee Ralph and we celebrate 20 years of Jamie Thomas' reign of destruction. Need more? How about a free JT poster and a sticker sheet? Done deal, dude.
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