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280_FLmooseHe skates gnarly gaps and rails, but Moose also has precision-tech moves—like the amazing line-ender seen here.

280_darkstar_roundupThere's a time to roll around just doing grinds, and a time to unleash everything you've got. Here's the incredibly deep bag of tricks from Lutzka, Dyet, Decenzo, Bowerbank, and the others.

280_1031_dr Team riders of a board company often share a similar skate vibe. The 1031 crew combines ripping and unique tricks from different eras. Here's Cyril, Fritz, Svitak, and Rossi.
280_FLtyson_bowerbank His wicked-quick feet and wild trick choices got Tyson onto the Darkstar team and into this Firing Line.

280_PhelperElbowPhelps dishes up on "keeping it going" long after the thrill is gone. Gravity's a bitch, but suffering is part of living...

280_FLforwardSlashryan_decenzoWe can't tell if he's stoked or frustrated, but Ryan links together an insanely tech two-ledge line.
280_HallOfMeatToad On terrain this massive, the speed and scale of the skating can be misleading. Toad shows how a brutal slam is an instant lesson in physics.

BrownBanks280P-Stone and the boys hit up the taco truck, and then the Brown Banks session got brutal. T-Mo, Raney, Gut, Bod, Major, Errol, Manfre, and Worrest all got their licks in.

280_omar_tree Omar Salazar is the best kind of crazy you can imagine. He's not only a ripping skater, but a bonafide stuntman in everyday life. Let's go behind the scenes...
280_Rowely_classics Ryan Decenzo introduces one of the gnarliest parts from one of the gnarliest videos. Geoff Rowley in Sorry.
280_FLgreg_lutzkaIt must have been a tough call on which line to put in the video and which line to use for the web. Lutzka gets three more tricks at the first spot from his part.
280_darkstar_centerSo sick! Two or three views are required to comprehend this ultra-gnarly, no-filler video. Lutzka, PLG, Dyet, Bowerbank, Chet, psycho ams, and an absolutely jaw-dropping ender part from Ryan Decenzo.
280_Magnifiedtim_zom The day after his dad passed away, Tim Zom took a heavy heart to this monster rail and emerged victorious, sparking off the most epic post-trick celebration of the modern era. Zom is short for Zombie!
280_plunket_fl Random people on the street are often part of filming a line. Dan has a close encounter, but gets the make.

StabaPoster280Starving childrens, a trip to the spank bank, and getting stared down in two dimensions. When Staba grabs the mag, nobody is safe. Not even Koston.

280_etnies_dr Amidst their busy tour schedule, the Etnies team found a few hours to come shred The Rock. There's even a Devine Calloway sighting in the mix.
280_LostTapeshell_ride Like it always was and will be. Spots come and go; stoke is forever. Barry Brown RIP.

280_MJ_classicsJose Rojo introduces one of his many all time favorite parts, It's MJ from Maple's 1996 video "Seven Steps To Heaven".

280_FLjose_rojo2 A new shoe on Etnies and a perfect plaza to piece together a line. Things are looking good for Joe Red.
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