RIP Phil Shao



12 years ago, skateboarding lost one of its greats. You'll never grind the top bar at Fort Miley.


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Think – Dedication

  • Remembering Phil Shao

    Remembering Phil Shao
    Phil Shao, 1973-1998. 18 years dead? Well when he was here, he was doin' it. Blind School pool in Berkeley had three covers. His Smith over the box was top shelf. They only take the good ones. Miss you daily. Always with style, Phil MF Shao. —Jake Phelps
  • Rip In Peace: Doug Pensinger

    Rip In Peace: Doug Pensinger
    Skateboarder and photographer Doug Pensinger unexpectedly passed away on Friday. Here's some iconic images from his archives to remember him by. 
  • Gerry "Skatemaster Tate" Hurtado - RIP In Peace

    Gerry "Skatemaster Tate" Hurtado - RIP In Peace
    Skater, Indy TM, musician, TV host and friend to all, we mark the sad passing of Taters.
  • RIP in peace - Matt Reason

    RIP in peace - Matt Reason
    We're saddened to report the passing of East-Coast ruler Matt Reason. Matt charged into the mid-90s on 60+mm wheels, helping to erase the slow-push, tech-obsessed era that had previously engulfed skateboarding. His positive energy was contagious and he left a mark on every person he came in contact with. Rip in peace, Matt. Gone but never forgotten. 
  • Marc "Shockus" Delellis - RIP in Peace

    Marc "Shockus" Delellis - RIP in Peace
    Shockus was a true skater to the end, but most importantly, he was our friend. We will miss him dearly and our thoughts go out to his friends and family.