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No boring, one-word answers here. This team has personality and you can tell they're stoked to be in the game and representing DGK.

Whether a make or a slam, this unreal Raney transfer was going to be one for the ages regardless. Here's another look at a truly epic attempt.

Yonnie's reputation for fast, fun-to-watch skating continues here. He has a loose style and constantly pulls surprises out of his bag of tricks. Static sure knows how to pick 'em.

Not many people would have seen this opportunity. And if they did, even fewer would have tried this wild move.

A harsh contest environment with bowl competitors fighting for a win? Hell no. Everyone had a blast, pushed themselves, and cheered each other on. What a great comp. Thanks everyone!

A chilly night in the heart of downtown, perfect benches in a row. Of course Wade is gonna link a quick line.

Jimmy is a true skate rat and is down to hit the streets day or night as shown in this killer part.

Dylan Rieder's Huf part, Habitat moves to Tum Yeto, Chris Joslin, insane tail drop, and more in today's episode of Skateline.

A true blizzard of makes went down when the Nike Ams rolled through. Here's Rozenberg, Bramsmark, Verbruggen, and Donovon Piscopo. These guys are really good, man.

There's more emphasis on creative skating than ever before. It sometimes feels forced with others, but Jake has a truly unique approach to skating. His "Mind Field" part is regarded as a modern classic and he adds to his legacy here.

Here are some rad skate missions with Javier including clips where he gets agonizingly close to a make only to get cut short.

Boo has some ground-breaking tech moves, but he also can snap classic tricks and make them look damn good.

Great weather, beautiful women, amazing Canadian hospitality, insane skating, and one of the gnarliest slams of all-time. This one had it all, with Alex Sorgente taking home the prize. Chalk up another epic contest to Vans.

If you haven't heard of him, then he's "underground" to you. If you are familiar with Josh, then you know he's one of the most underrated skaters today. Either way, you have to watch this.

 

Marquise Henry and Boo Johnson each have their own approach to skating. This is going to be a kick-ass, well-produced DGK feature.

When you manhandle a couple of San Francisco's famous spots, people take notice. When you ravage the whole Bay Area, you get a feature video part for the whole world to see. Fardell is on a tear. 

Hell Ride had a baby and his name is Damian. He was born the same day the Widowmaker bit the dust, August 1st, 1994. Welcome to hell kid, it's all downhill from here. –Jake Phelps

Pat summons the spirit of San Diego and laces a couple flip-in ledge maneuvers.

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Louie Barletta scrapes some vert and Ben Raemers goes past the plane welcoming you to the December issue. The Oververt madness only escalates with a 26-page Enjoi video feature inside, including a Barletta interview, fun facts, new team-rider introductions and even a drinking game. Chug-a-lug. And that's just the tip of the blade: Bastien Salabanzi interviews Manny Santiago; LRG plunges into Cyprus; Hellride travels across the pond; and the Huf team explores Asia. And if the heavy hits leave you looking for some levity, Garrett Hill discusses his infamous two-tone pants and Beagle tells some tales of the Skate Tank. Done deal, dudes.
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