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610-Ten-Sequences

2011 Contents Page Sequences

Instead of the usual five, we animated the 10 sequences that graced our Contents pages in 2011.

Posted: December 30, 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
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