September 2005

Inside This Mag: Damn Am at 3rd Lair, Volcom in NYC with Dustin Dollin, Shane Cross, Javier Sarmiento, Chima Ferguson and more, an interview with Jim Greco, Fourstar Japan, and the Zero and Mystery European tour 2005

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Cover: Rick Howard – Backside Ollie. Photo: Morf

Also In This Issue: Artist Lucian Moon, interviews with Og De Sauza and Rodney Jones

Music Articles:
Iggy Pop, LCD Soundsystem, Bear vs. Shark, Beauty Pill, Team Sleep, Miami
  • GX1000 Premiere Photos

    GX1000 Premiere Photos
    The world premiere of “The GX1000 Video” went off last night at The Chapel in San Francisco. Call us biased, but it’s one of the best videos you’ll ever see. Nothing but raw Skate and Destroy street shredding. Thank you to everyone that made it out for the celebration. 
  • Sneak Peek: May 2016

    Sneak Peek: May 2016
    Jerry Hsu returns to the cover of the mag with a tech-gnar masterpiece–nollie backside 180 to fakie 5-0. Welcome back, Jer!
  • Handrail Hell

    Handrail Hell
    Dudes have been jumpin' on them bars for over 25 years. Here's a look at some of the groundbreaking rail tricks from 1989 to 2016.
  • 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.