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280_matt_beachClassicsIt's easy to call a skater "underrated," but there's not many overlooked guys who've put out a part like this one. Silas introduces a classic from The Firm's 2003 vid.

280_silas_baxter_nealYou know it's raw street when a line involves railroad tracks and the click-clack of a sidewalk.

280_beagleSkating has lots of characters, but Beagle is one-of-a-kind. He documents the gnarliest skaters ever, hypes up himself and everyone around him, swerves HD, and has a blast the whole time.
280_KyleFrederickPosterThis spot's been skated for over two decades, but Kyle was the first to go up and over… for a price.
280_Omit_drHere's Ramondetta (a resident D-Rock king), Moose and his surprisingly smooth tech-gnar, Carlin going crazy, and extra-special guest Chris Cole.
280_omar_train The Levi's x Nike commercial had some difficult shots, and the moving train was one of the toughest. Omar explains.
280_torres_classicsThis 2005 Real vid had a super-heavy squad, and every part stood on its own. Ernie's section was a fan favorite for sure. Ramondetta introduces a classic.

280PosterRavenGut launched into the kitchen, McLain slid into a picture frame, Curtis got broke, Raven flew up onto the wall, and the house was rocking all day long. Good times, cold beer!

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.
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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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