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Jeremie Daclin is one of Europe's true OGs. Instead of moving to California, he chose to create Cliché skateboards in France in 1997 to stoke and support the local scene.

Beers and babes on the beach in Italy. Throw Grant in the mix going full throttle and all is well in the world. Cheers Vans, keep ‘em coming.

Arizona is ditch territory, and Modica is more than familiar with the terrain. This part features some really rad wall crawls and wheel-screeching blunts.

Cole lets loose with a rarely seen ledge combo.

Welcome back to the OJ Show. Today's episode is jam-packed with action, so roll up a doobie, pour yourself some Cocoa Puffs, and enjoy. SOTY alert!!!

If you're here to be entertained, then you've come to the right place. Skateboarding is not a sport and winning is a state of mind.

From an early age, Kyle's skating was so undeniable that it was just a matter of time until he went pro. Here's a review of his journey including comments from the whole Real family.

This here is the first episode of a new segment starring Jimmy Wilkins, Zach Miller, Alex Perelson, and Sam Beckett, a posse of young vert skaters and their non-stop quest for stoke. Filmed, edited, and directed by themselves.

First he drops that face-melting Vans part, then he goes pro, and now his RAW FILES get Chopped and Screwed by the Oklahomie Scott Sullivan. 

If you didn't like the first Tired video, then you'll hate this one. But if you enjoyed it, well, get ready to fall in love all over again. 

This guy sure isn't afraid to take risks. A make, of course, would be incredible but these repeated, free-fall, psycho drops might be even gnarlier.

Chris Cole's NBDs, Jaws looks for spots, Clive Dixon's part, longest kickflip crook, and more in today's episode of Skateline.

Real threw a huge demo in LA's Lincoln Park and Kyle Walker got a nice surprise with his pizza.

This part has so many heavy moments it's hard to realize what just happened until the final curtain, when Clive stomps out one of the world's gnarliest Euro gaps. Oh, the horror!

Good times roll-on in Part 2 of Flip's retreat to the remote desert compound of Sir Geoff Rowley.

Dorian winds his way through this spot, stomping three makes in the process.

This episode is more than a face-melter. It's a straight up head-exploder, featuring loads of bonus footage you won't see anywhere else. Epic is an understatement.

The East Coast produces its own distinct type of raw talent and this long-running NYC event is more of a family reunion than a contest.

Clive puts it all on the line, as you'll see when his parts premieres this coming Monday.

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Jake Johnson will never comply, as evidenced by the October 2015 cover. More non-compliance inside: Santa Cruz subverts the East Coast, Jon Dickson and Taylor Kirby get a joint interview (get it?), Silas and friends explore Japan, Volcom sets sail for New Zealand in search of Lee Ralph and we celebrate 20 years of Jamie Thomas' reign of destruction. Need more? How about a free JT poster and a sticker sheet? Done deal, dude.
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