March 1999

Inside This Mag: Frankie Hill's story, skating in Miami and an interview with Jon West

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Cover: Rick Howard – Crooked Grind. Photo: Ogden

Also In This Issue: Plywood Paradise II in Ventura

Music Articles:
Meshuggah, Prince Paul and Archers of Loaf
  • Reintroducing: The Lakai Staple

    Reintroducing: The Lakai Staple
    The Lakai Staple has been updated to today's standards, and given colorways inspired by three of Lakai's riders who made the originals look so good: Rick Howard, Marc Johnson, and Mike Carroll.
  • Evan Smith Interview

    Evan Smith Interview
    You seen that part yet? Unreal. Evan is a one of a kind skate wizard. He’s a bit of a mystery, so here you get to know the guy behind the magic.
  • Fourstar's "Obtuse Moments" Video

    Fourstar's "Obtuse Moments" Video
    Big guns and bigger fun when Ishod, Carroll, Brophy, Puig, Gerwer, TNT and the boys barnstorm the Olde World. Sixteen-plus minutes of wünderbar!
  • Burnout: Blockhead at 30

    Burnout: Blockhead at 30
    Good Sam, Howard, Rick J and the boys came together to remember the good times from their years at Blockhead – the homegrown company from skateboarding's DIY Golden Age. 
  • Stay Flared: Roomies Part 3

    Stay Flared: Roomies Part 3
    Lakai and Emerica hitting the road together was an amazing idea and no one can complain...except the hotels that had to deal with these savages. Here's the final Roomie installment.