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Deep in the jungle no one knows your name. Greyson Fletcher can care less about spiders and beaches on this gnarly ride over the onion.

Yeah, he's got that crazy natural talent and consistency but, trust us, Ryan pushed himself hardcore for this part. Get ready. Full part premieres here on Friday.

Beagle films a canine part, Barker Barrett has finesse with his skating, Gary reacts to P-Rod's new shoe, and here's an analysis of dolphin flip. 

When you enter Bob's world (and few do), sometimes it's the slams more than the makes that show how insane this terrain really is.

Paul has an aggressive, possessed approach to skating where he just crushes spots. Here's basically two full parts with a ripping Friends section in the middle. Ryan Decenzo introduces a classic Globe part from 2007.

The streets are Raymond's kingdom in this stylized, conceptual edit that combines skating in the dead of night, public transit, and classic live hip-hop. Brought to you by WKND skateboards.

Ryan's so consistent that sometimes it seems the hardest part for him is deciding which tricks to do. Here's a nice trio.

Wow, he's always been good but something really set a fire under Bobby lately and he's been a true skate demon. Here's more of that smooth tech he's known for plus some straight-up hammers.

Here's the Deathwish and Baker guys on their home turf. This includes Greco, Neen, Herman, Moose, Lizard, Heyl, and some rare Antwuan clips.

Every new board company claims to be different than the rest, but WKND skateboards really is a cool, mysterious new company. Raymond's full part premieres here Monday.

Lance has been pro longer than all the skaters in our Interview Issue have been alive. Here's Lance having fun with the July 2014 mag.

A smooth tune goes with the effortless skating of these two talented rippers, including a great ending line by Auby.

Louie gets pitched like a fastball straight into a wall of cement and, big surprise, it doesn't budge an inch.

You don't see this combo too often. 

His Pulaski part is a fan-favorite and Bobby is still killing it with this edit of West Coast spots. It's going to just be a 30-second web-edit, right? No way. Full part premieres here Friday.

Gary explains how you shouldn't cheer before a make, he sees the future with Manolo Robles, there's also a Blind observation, and Shane O'Neill meets his match on flatground.

Here's some vintage 90's East Coast skating including the legendary Pepe (RIP) skating in Timberlands. Bobby Worrest introduces a classic part from the 1997 True Mathematics video.

Taylor avoids getting tangled in the rail and takes the plunge instead.

This past year Bobby has really added to his legacy of sick lines with trick choices that go well together.

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