Instead of the usual five, we animated the 10 sequences that graced our Contents pages in 2011.
Marquis Henry, switch back tail biggie? No wonder we’re still in print. Sequence: Blabac
Flat bar 50-50 kickflip drop? Gotta be The Sheckler. Sequence: McGuire
At the end of Skate Rock, I seen Justin take on five dudes in a bar—so you know he don’t fuck around. Three-flip three-set. Figgy forever. Sequence: Burnett
Lowell, Mass is a long way from SF’s Clipper, allowing Manny Santiago to man-up this nollie heel 50-50 on a sunny winter afternoon. Sequence: Zaslavsky
Poker-face Nick Merlino got $500 bucks for his switch heel down Wallenberg. This switch back three is worth at least $350. Sequence: Burnett
Weird shit? This gap to wallride is all Fritz Mead needs to get off. Sequence: Xeno
Following the trippy-hubba-trick trend started recently by James Hardy, Taylor Bingaman swings a frontside 180 to fakie 5-0 at Rincon Sequence: Rhino
Photos of Dennis Busenitz are like photos of Sasquatch. Even when you see one, you can barely believe your eyes. Step-up kickflip tailslide revert in Copenhagen. Sequence: Burnett
Heath Kirchart changed skating forever. No hands backside 360 in Nowhere, Colorado. Sequence: Hammeke
Grant Taylor knows there’s no such thing as too much grind. Backside 50-50, rail to curb. Sequence: Burnett
6/18/2018To celebrate the release of Figgy’s new Emerica shoe, the Dose, the whole team was invited over to Collin Provost’s backyard to hang out and session his concrete skatepark.
6/08/2018After the Hell of a Paradise ramp contest on Waikiki, the adidas squad scoured Oahu in search of stoke, including a mandatory visit to the infamous Wallows ditch.
6/08/2018Follow the adidas crew around Oahu as seen in the July 2018 issue.
6/04/2018Louie Lopez, GT, Pedro Barros, Provost and Milton Martinez dipped below the border to meet up with the Volcom South American team and spots were laid to waste! That BMX track is next level… Book your tickets now.
6/04/2018Volcom in South American as viewed through the mind filter of Jake Phelps and the camera lens of Remy Stratton—from the July 2018 issue of the mag. Don’t forget your sunscreen, kids!