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The only way to get any closer to Cody's skating than this angle is to learn the tricks yourself. Good luck.

Screech led the way to the pool, Shorty almost died, but Merlino, Lockwood, Gregson, and Kowalski tore the place to shreds. 

The music is sure to ruffle a few feathers, but these dudes are killing it and having a blast at the same time. Turn up...

Paris is a sprawling urban jungle and Michael Mackrodts leaves no stone unturned. The world is yours...

As the release of Exeter approaches, PC lets loose another ripping montage.

His board isn't there when he needs it most, and then as he's slamming it reappears when he needs it least.

They've been rolling deep for years, but the Shep Dawgs really set it off in 2014. Watch them burn it down in this Hell of a Year edit. 

Brad McClain storms onto the Cliché team like a damn Viking, pillaging and plundering any transition that dares to get in his way. This here is an absolute mini ramp massacre. 

Figgy gets a shoe, new LRG vid, Tom Karangelov slams, Nike's white out and more in today's episode of Skateline.

Even Mikey won't be able to smile his way through this lower back adjustment.

It appears Antonio can skate in either stance equally. On this day he felt like riding regular with just a touch of goofy.

Our Double Rock filmer "Redder" isn't always inside the park. Check out this montage of his travels around the Bay Area.

Rick has a unique bag of tricks as well as some unreal, never-seen spots at his disposal. That combination will always create an interesting part. The last three or four tricks here are pretty wild.

When shit hits the fan, P-Stone is there to capture the action with beer in hand. This is a heavy edit. Buckle up. 

Cold weather slams have an extra bite to them. Here's Furby, Neen, and Lizard fighting through some frigid Utah spots. This also includes a sick make by Greco while it's snowing.

D-Rock has good flow if you figure out the right lines and that's exactly what Sam does here. This also includes Steve Forstner, Jake Collins, and a sick ender on the big quarter-pipe.

Here's our new feature where we learn the stories behind the Thrasher cover. We start with an epic one: The Boss vs Wallenberg. There's a bunch of sick outtakes including one of the great roll-aways of all time.

He's known for attacking some big street spots but David has precision skills as well. 

This guy likes to launch himself. Here's a full part consisting of Bo's wicked snap and his tendency to jump up, over, and down everything in his path. Sick stuff.

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Sascha Daley scores the August front with a high-altitude kickflip into an ancient bank—more Daley heat inside with his Heads interview. Chris Gregson gets the Heads treatment as well and Nick Boserio and Ron Deily get fully grilled. Loud headphones coasts through Costa Rica; the FA Sk8 Fucks jump in the tour bus with Earl Sweatshirt; Cons streetstyles through the South and Lakai goes bananas in Puerto Rico. Done deal, dude.
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