Oakley is giving away Frogskins for the next month. All you have to do to enter is go to Curren's Facebook page.
Posted: May 6, 2014
Oakley is giving away Frogskins for the next month. All you have to do to enter is go to Curren's Facebook page.
Posted: May 6, 2014
Grant blasts big and Frost gets frigid when the Naawwsty Crew shreds America's Wang.
Koston has a new clip from Oakley showing his obsession with Lockwood School. #liveyours
There is so much ripping in here from so many heavy hitters. Screw this text and just watch. Cheers!
Grant, Frost, Donovon and the boys attack a treacherous backyard pit!
Grant, Koston and the boys get Snake Naawwsty at America's oldest skatepark.
The Naawwsty crew blows doors at a late-night indoor spot.
Koston slays curbs and Grant surfs Kona; Naawwsty Crew still at large.
The Maka's drove on down to Tampa with a big crew of rippers. Koston, Ishod, GT, CK1, Brock and a whole slew of others. -P-Stone
Frost goes over a Naawwsty rainbow then the gang battles it out in a tight backyard pit.
Some of us had it, then lost it. Most of us never had it, but still love it. This video is for you... and you too. Welcome to the team.
The waffles can wait - Frost, Ishod and Cory got shreddin' to do!
Grant is the best. In celebration of his signature shoe, we packed all the homies in a van and hit the road from ATL to Tampa. All terrain, all good.
Crusty, homegrown spots aren't new, and yet they're one of the most interesting and vibrant things going on in skating today. This essay and photofeature looks at the appeal of DIY skating. Long live 'crete!
Here's Fourstar’s Tour of Australia 2014, featuring Eric Koston, Cory Kennedy, Tony Trujillo, Ishod Wair, Shane O’Neill, Tyler Bledsoe,Brian Anderson, Mike Carroll, Andrew Brophy, Sean Malto, Max Schaaf and Rick Howard.
"Chomp" remains one of the all-time great vids to mix up sheer fun and dork tricks with gnarly, hardcore skating. Trevor Colden introduces a classic part from 2002.
No patience for webisodes? Well quit your bitchin' and watch the entire SOTY Nawwssty trip video right here, right now. Kinda like your family vacation except with way more skating and way less grandmas.
A rainy day takes the Ishod skate party over to Lil' Wayne's private park, plus there's a crazy Jersey barrier session here. Thanks for an epic trip everyone.
The Ishod Skater of the Year party continues with more hot Miami moves before the whole crew goes to the Cayman Islands. And lastly, Ishod ends it with a pure street hammer.
Cory and Grant reveal their cross-training secrets, Frost walks on walls and the SOTY gets shut down in his final hour.
To celebrate his Skater of the Year award, Ishod hit the road with Eric Koston, Cory Kennedy, Grant Taylor, and many others. This is gonna be rad. First part premieres here on Monday.
Piscopo gets busy living while Brockel and Cory almost get dead. SOTY Nawwssty tour marches on.
Frost, Brock and the SOTY Nawwssty crew do it all for the nookie, the nookie.
Koston, Cromer and CK1 sample some natty trannies on the streets of Miami.
Parking lots are jammed, wheels bonked and Frost unveils another NBD.
Koston, Ishod and Grant batter barriers and get new tattoo ideas on the big SOTY Miami trip.
Ishod's SOTY trip starts off with some night moves in Miami.
When you see this epic squad all together you realize how heavy the SOTY title really is.
Jimmy stirs things up at Nike's SB Chronicles 2 premiere.
You can watch it on your phone, but Burnout went to the old-school, people version of Nike's Chronicles 2 premier.
Demo destruction in Minneapolis and Kansas City before the boys hit the streets and CK1 closes things out with a hairball ender.
A guest appearance from GT in ATL before the crew makes their way to Texas for one of the heaviest stair/rail sessions you'll ever witness.
Perfect spots, a no-bust paradise, and two insanely-talented skaters. Here's Koston and McCrank stacking clips at an unbelievable pace.
The Girl and Choco fam attack LA, Vegas, and Denver in the first leg of their nationwide tour. Malto's last trick is oh so sweet.
Watch as the Girl team answers some questions while on the Pretty Sweet tour featured in our November issue.
It's fitting that Indy would throw a party at this San Jose park which has some of the gnarliest terrain around. Here's Cab, Koston, Raybourn, Gravette, Haslam, Grosso, Red, and many other legends.
NHS opened their museum to a select group of family, friends, and rippers. From Steve Olson to Eric Koston, we all gathered to revisit history and share skateboarding stories in all its glory. Great job Novak and congrats on 40 plus years!
If you've been keeping up, then you know these KOTR edits are super gnarly. If you're not up to speed, then start with this one.
An all-star cast plus Jereme Rogers when Girl took the KOTR challenge. Coast to coast - no shirt, no pants - no problem!
French Fred takes us back in time to this famous red hubba with appearances from Arto, Rodrigo Tx, Boulala, Rowley, Machnau, Bastien, Appleyard, and many others.
We know about McCrank's skills on the stuntwood, but on this particular day with Koston, Rowley, Arto, and Sumner, he decided to grab the camera and do Fred's job.
Not a lot of skate companies last 20 years, much less keep it consistently awesome. The stars came out to celebrate two decades of the best skaters, graphics and videos in the biz.
This is one of the best things you'll see all year. Not only are Koston's goofing abilities otherworldly, but they probably help him deal with the pressure of filming major video parts. Let's take a journey to the Menikmati days. We love you Eric!
Dan Z checks back in from last weekend's CPH Pro. Check out the photos here.
Piece Of Cake. The finals went off and Shane O'Neill took the top honors. Best trick got a little wild with a stripper, Dustin, Axel, Reynolds, Koston, Gravette, and Gillette. Good times here—Cheers CPH!
Rhino checks in from the Gonz photo show featuring work from Joe Brook, Gabe Morford, Benjamin Deberdt, and more.
Cover: Carl Shipman – Front Blunt
Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 13th Anniversary Issue featuring the Blue and Grey Tour and an interview with Simon Woodstock
Also In This Issue: Hot ams Fred Gall, Pancho Moller, Matt Pailes and John Minor and an interview with the artist behind Pitt, Dale Keown
Music Articles: NOFX, KRS-1, Morbid Angel, Cadillac Tramps and the Phantom Surfers
Eric Koston talks about why Brad Staba is such an asshole and the upcoming CPH Pro.
Eric Koston answers five questions about Tampa and rips the course in this clip from Independent.
There are so many classic Koston parts that instead of picking just one, we assembled a collection of 10 for your viewing pleasure. Grab a snack, you're gonna be glued to the screen for a while.
The next 60 seconds might be a stretch, but when it comes to Koston, it's hard to doubt the possibilities. The legend grows...
Check out some of Koston's extra footage from filming for Pretty Sweet.
Joey Digital is back. This time it's Koston, Malto, and Daryl, mixing it up for Nike's Piso 28 in Mexico City. Disfruta!
Koston talks about filming recent video parts and leaving Lakai in this episode of his Epicly Later'd series.
Koston talks about filming for several videos including his Chomp on This part in this episode of his Epicly Later'd series.
Koston talks about the early days of Girl and filming for the videos in part 4 of his Epicly Later'd series.
Like, check out Austyn Gillette—gnar zone. Next stop Hamburg.
Rhino sent in some photos from the Copenhagen Pro street contest where Chris Cole nailed the win. Look for some video action coming soon...
Eric Koston talks about leaving H-Street and joining Natas on 101 in this episode of his Epicly Later'd series.
Eric Koston talks about his H-Street days in the second part of his Epicly Later'd series.
From skating in his driveway with Eddie Elguera to becoming a camp counselor, the first episode of Koston's Epicly Later'd series covers his early days.
Oakley had a party for the release of Koston's new sunglasses. Check out some photos from the event here.
The first edit of new and unseen skate footage from Skate Every Damn Day has just been unlocked. Watch it here.
Eric Koston returns to an old hometown spot where he first gained the fundamentals of control and planted the roots of his progression.
Eric Koston is the next skater to be featured in an Epicly Later'd series.
Eric Koston challenges you to do some warm-up tricks in this clip from Nike.
Eric Koston brings Justin Brock and Sean Malto to his secret testing facility to try out his new shoe.
Koston, Keegan, Brock, Donnelly, Plunkett, Nugget, P-Rod, Wieger, and BA in a good-times street skating edit without time lapses and excessive art-faggery? Joey Digital delivers the goods.
Here's the full KOTR 2011 video (all webisodes, back-to-back) plus an hour of bonus footage. Enjoy the wild ride one more time.
Nike SB goes full mental at the Los Angeles finish line. Ishod rips a bowl barefoot, Koston keeps his cool in a prank call, and Cory Kennedy continues his tech wizardry.
All four KOTR teams together makes this the best one yet. Also: Mystery Guests revealed, Juggalette make-out, crazy hill bomb, Crockett's now-legendary switch flip, and more.
With Cory Kennedy and Shane O'Neill on board, Nike SB had flatground tech handled. And as the road rage and odors add up, a gorgeous Vegas model lightens the mood.
The KOTR recipe involves straight-up gnarly skating and full-on weirdness. Insanely brutal challenges and fun dork tricks collide as Nike SB has a blast in Albuquerque.
With Koston, Cory Kennedy, and Grant Taylor on their squad, Nike SB has some of the most naturally-talented skaters out there. We're building the hype for a reason. You'll see why on December 10.
Love and Guts is where skateboarding and art collide. Thanks to Oakley, our 30th anniversary photo show was seen around the world. Here's what the legends had to say during the last stop in Costa Mesa.
Check out the article from our October issue celebrating 15 years of Fourstar, where Eric Koston and Guy Mariano are interviewed about the brand.
Congrats, Lakai. KOTR Champs 2011.
Met up at Highspeed and got our Mystery Guest. We got Leo Romero, SOTY 2010, to turn the volume up to 11! 48 hours left, full steam ahead.
It's like the 19th hole at a golf course with Koston in the car. Nike's got the biggest van out. Which means it holds more beer. X-Box, wifi, leather seats. Is this Skate Rock or KOTR?
Get to know all of the people that are on the road.
Paul Rodriguez, Eric Koston, and Omar Salazar rip an indoor park in China.
Koston's amazing board control and effortless snap (especially on those nollies) is on full display in Girl's vid from '96. Lutzka introduces one of the greats.
Nike SB has a cool tour video that introduces Eric Koston's first pro shoe on their team.
Spitfire just made 200 sets of these new Koston wheels. Check them out here and enter to win a set.
Here's P-Stone's edit from the finals, including Dennis Busenitz' winning run.
Eric Koston, Rick Howard, TNT, Jason Jessee and a slew of others predict the outcome of the Tampa Pro 2011 contest while Kyle Berard takes one to the dome from Jereme Rogers.
Grant grinds it out, Koston fills in the blanks and Cory Kennedy shuts it down with his technical wizardry in the fantastic final episode of the 2010 King of the Road. Free full-length video coming soon.
King of the Road hits Albuquerque, New Mexico for the midway stop.
The Nike crew found their spirit animals in Colorado Springs and apparently Grant Taylor's is a concrete killing monster.
In their first episode, we find the Nike SB team in Salt Lake City with Lizard King and... Corey Duffel?
King of the Road takes teamwork. Today's Classics shows you the previous years' challenges that involved multiple skaters.
His skating has never disappointed, but this part made it a written-in-stone, fact of life: Koston's an all-time best. And this was years before Yeah, Right! and Fully Flared. Daryl Angel describes a classic.
Daryl Angel, Ishod Wair, and Eric Koston get their shoes examined at airport security in this new commercial from Nike.
Even though the Nike team was on a demo tour, they did plenty of street skating. Check out this sick edit of them ripping through Europe. Be sure to hit the bonus videos also.
Eric Koston and Justin Brock took a break from King of the Road to look at the new mag.
Live via satellite from the North Shore, Hawaii: It's Eric Koston, confirming who's jumping in with the Nike SB team.
Good looking babes, Koston, Alvarez, Hewitt, Olson, Anderson, and Reda equal a good ol' time in Malmo.
P-Rod and Koston got no shame, but the art department over at Deluxe fought back. Via Crailtap.
Anderson won his way to SOTY. Sheffey did it switch. Colin, vert dog—contests were never the same. Germany lost the World Cup, haha.
Did the big dog get caught sleep walking on Beauty and the Beast? Check out Meza's pics over at Crailtap.
Qualifying was gnar. T-Pud, Malto, BA, Vincent Alvarez, Sarmiento, Koston and TNT. Somebody call a paramedic. Finals today. Keep posted.
Friends, well-wishers, Bad Shit, and Andre Nickatina all came out to celebrate with two of skating's favorites.
Here it is in all its glory: The Yardsale from Maloof Money Cup 2010. Get in the ring!
You may cringe or cheer, but Phelps narrates some footage that all-too-accurately captures a long-gone skate era. Koston, McKay, Kareem, Duffy, and others deal with clueless crowds.
Long before there was a Girl, there was a 101. Here's Koston's part from Falling Down in 1993.
We took time out during the Chocolate & Girl Skatepark Round-Up for a special beerthday surprise on our old pal, P-Stone.
Vincent Alvarez, Kenny Anderson, Chris Roberts, Rudy Johnson, Eric Koston, Chico Brenes, and Rick Howard sit in with the Phelper during the Girl & Chocolate Skatepark Round-Up.
Nike threw a big-ass party in SF for the release of Omar Salazar's shoe. Here's some photos, along with a video from their demo in Sac.
Here's part 2 of our Skatepark Round-Up with the Girl and Chocolate family. Look for a Yardsale next week.
All your favorite dudes together in our most epic round-up yet
Girl and Chocolate showed up at the Hollenbeck park with a full crew for this here Skatepark Round-Up.
Cover: Eric Koston – Backside Lipslide
Inside This Mag: An interview with Fabrizio Santos, the New Deal team embarks on a filming tour, skating in Toronto and a trip to Japan with Aaron Harrison, Luis Martinez and more
Also In This Issue: Interviews with Chad Knight, Brandon Biebel and Stephen Bailey
Music Articles: King Diamond, Shadows Fail and Foreign Legion
Cover: Chico Brenes – Gap To Back Tail
Inside This Mag: Tampa Pro Contest and an interview with Carl Shipman
Also In This Issue: Santa Rosa Skatepark and skating in Atlanta
Music Articles: The Descendents, Shudder to Think, the Promise Ring and Helmet
Cover: Eric Koston – Frontside Noseblunt Slide
Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 1996 Skater of the Year Eric Koston and a twenty year retrospective of Thrasher's SOTYs
Also In This Issue: Crazy Chicago skating and a trip to Ecuador
Music Articles: Sick of it All, Reel Big Fish, Brutal and Blue Tip
Cover: Jonathan Bohannon
Artwork By: Gomez Bueno
Inside This Mag: Interviews with Neil Heddings, Pigpen and Jim Gagne
Also In This Issue: 15 best Thrasher covers and skating the Bowl of Dreams in Alberta, Canada
Music Articles: Lagwagon, Goldfinger and the Loudmouths
Cover: Karma Tsocheff – Backside Shifty
Inside This Mag: A road trip with Scott Amore, Lou Cox, Nos, Todd Luciere, Oz, Jim Greco, Mother and Sean Cronan, an interview with Matt Pailes and a contest at the Skatepark of Tampa
Also In This Issue: Damsels of skating Jamie Reyes, Alison Lee and Cindy Gorset, 15 pool punishers and West Coast shredding
Music Articles: White Zombie, a concert for the people of Tibet and Slagheap
Cover: Mike Bouchard – Frontside Nosegrind
Inside This Mag: Skating in Montreal and Vermont, an interview with Mike Crum and the PSL Pro Street Finals in Carson, CA
Also In This Issue: Rad ams Mark Cardona, Vinny Ponte and Jeff Logan
Music Articles: Teengenerate, CIV, Earth Crisis and Southern Culture on the Skids
Cover: Chad Muska – 5-0
Inside This Mag: ESPN Extreme Games, Foundation/Toy Machine Tour, Tony Alva and the CSSU Zuma Beach Bash
Also In This Issue: Awesome ams Donny Barley, Andy Bohna and Mike Pragnell and the life and times of Todd Swank
Music Articles: Ol' Dirty Bastard, Jello Biafra, Truly and the Twinz
Cover Artwork By: Sean McKnight, Age 7
Inside This Mag: An interview with Matt Beach and skating in San Jose
Also In This Issue: Skating in Zimbabwe, rad ams Steve Roetter, Jamie Fortune and Satva Leung and the life and times of Ben Schroeder
Music Articles: Slayer, Kurt Cobain from the grave, Hurrivane, Nine Pound Hammer and notes from the road on the JFA tour
Cover: Wade Speyer – Method
Inside This Mag: A trip to Europe with Wade and crew and the Venice Street Contest
Also In This Issue: Rad ams Richard Paez, Drake Jones, AJ Massu and Hideo Sakuragi
Music Articles: Bootsy Collins, Gas Huffer, The Roots, Suicidal Tendencies, Tad, Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Guided By Voices
Cover: Eric Koston – Frontside Flip
Inside This Mag: Happyland skate sesh with Matt Moffet, Reese Simpson, Peter Hewitt, Weasel, Danny Way and more, the City 5 Contest and a trip to Europe with Neal Hendrix, Danny Way and more
Also In This Issue: Awesome ams Joe Sierro, Chris Keefe, Brian Chung and Mike Kirchoff
Music Articles: Behind the scenes with Gwar, New Kingdom, Above The Law, Season To Risk and Portland's Punk Fest featuring the Exploited, DOA, MDC, Dr. Know, JFA, The Adicts, CH3 and more
Cover: Rick Howard – Switch 360 Flip
Inside This Mag: Interviews with Karma Tsocheff and Rick Howard
Also In This Issue: Sick ams Peter Bici and Mike Schwartz, NSA Am Slam Finals and the abridged Thrasher dictionary
Music Articles: The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, the Muffs, Cosmic Psychos and the Freestyle Fellowship
Cover: Left: Joe Sierro – Ollie
Middle: Jason Adams – Nosegrind
Right: Justin Ortiz – Fakie 360 Flip
Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 150th Anniversary issue featuring an interview with Andy Roy, the East Coast "Wake Up The Neighbors" tour and more
Also In This Issue: Rad ams Bill Pepper, Keenan Milton, Billy Valdez and Greg Hunt
Music Articles: The Coup, Rage Against the Machine, the Faith Healers, Onyx, King Diamond and Green Day
Cover: John Cardiel – Hoop Of Fire
Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 1992 Skater of the Year John Cardiel
Also In This Issue: An interview with Eric Ricks and how to get laid
Music Articles: Paris, Skatenigs, the Mermen meet the Voodoo Chile, Lords of the Underground and Steel Pole Bathtub
Cover: Alphonso Rawls – Back Smith
Inside This Mag: Interviews with Rob Dyrdek and Rob Boyce and three days of skating in Chicago
Also In This Issue: PSL Pro contest at the San Jose Skatepark
Music Articles: Thud, Wool, Beat Happening, Flop meets the Supersuckers and Therapy?
Cover: Jonah Guzzi – One-Footed Ollie
Inside This Mag: Raw meat David Griffin, Jaya Bonderov, Eric Koston, Fausto "Kory" Lopez Casamayo, Marc Shigenaka and Paul De Jesus and killer ramps
Also In This Issue: Step by step tricks, an article by Aaron Cometbus about life on the road, skate fashion, an update on the latest am jams and an interview with Pushead
Music Articles: Fluid and TSOL
Here's some island vibes for an On The Download with Alex Horn, and another blog post from down in Grand Cayman.
A ring of fire, pig roast, a great course, and lots of cold ones made the Copenhagen Pro pretty epic. Torey Pudwill and Eric Koston put down some good shit in the finals and the electric box heated up during best trick. Torey Pudwill ran away with the win followed in second by Koston. Cheers.
Burnout was at Alien Workshop's Mind Field premiere last night, were you?
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