First Look: Emmanuel Guzman

Posted: March 3rd, 2010

First Look: Emmanuel Guzman
Without a doubt Chris Cole ripped harder than anyone else in 2009. With this issue you get a free poster and a 24-page article on the road with the 2nd time SOTY.

First Look: Emmanuel Guzman
A bunch of skaters stepped it up this year and had a hell of year. Some of the skaters featured in this issue are Sean Malto, Leo Romero, Dennis Busenitz, Grant Taylor, and more..

First Look: Emmanuel Guzman
The infamous T-Eddy Awards, where even losers are winners, is always good for a laugh.

First Look: Emmanuel Guzman
Of Where Do You Remember Me From? Reader submitted art that was inspiried from photos in the mag.

Emmanuel Guzman flips through the April 2010 mag.

First Look: Emmanuel Guzman

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