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280_kotr_lakaiLakai packed their van with legends and some young guns, then went for it 110-percent. The assault began in Seattle.

280ColinLambert Keeping it going through the Canadian winter isn't easy, but Colin Lambert and his brother Cain handled the cold no problem.

Classics_INDEX If some vids are "underground," then 2003's "This Axe Was Made to Grind" is the center of the Earth. Navarrette sinks his teeth into all transitions and Hitz shows his wide and wild pool lines.

PStone1INDEXThrow in some rippers, pools, & random shit, and you'll get good ol' beer bath.

SOTYindexA picture might be worth a thousand words, but some things can only truly be captured on video. Unless, of course, you were lucky enough to be there in real life...

280shuriken_shannon A nice day and a no-bust schoolyard gives Shuriken time and space to stitch together a good line.
280_vans_kotr The Vans team's approach was to handle mega-tech moves early and then demolish the Denver park. Trujillo, Layton, Crockett, Lutheran, Berle—maybe the most diversely talented squad this year?
280_fat_back Raemers, McCrank, Rattray, Anderson, Worrest, and other éS dudes rip up the Northwest in Fatback's edition of the Tri-X trip.
280BrendanJonesHOM A board-bounce like this is probably what it feels like to get hit by lightning—from behind.
280_antihero_doublerock Strategic filming schedule with pre-planned trick lists? Hell no. Anti-Hero skated like they do every day: Full attack. Trujillo, Pfanner, Gerwer, Miorana, and Peabody go wall to wall.
280_kotr_ep2_nikeThe KOTR recipe involves straight-up gnarly skating and full-on weirdness. Insanely brutal challenges and fun dork tricks collide as Nike SB has a blast in Albuquerque.
hellride_animated Hell Riding started in 1990, and by 1993 we were going mental. Cardiel hit Marseille like Katrina. He was 19 years old and down to rip. When he hit it, people just watched in awe—check that lien. Happy birthday, John. Skateboarding wouldn't be the same with out you. —Jake Phelps
720_wrayINDEX Skate history will be kind to Jeremy Wray. His flip-trick snap, bolts landings, and spot annihilation legacy are on display in this 1995 Plan B part. Chris Pfanner introduces a classic.
280Brisbane_DIY_Sesh_Still The Indian summer was here for a hot second. Tony Trujillo, Pat McLain, and Sean Gutierrez took advantage of the heat for their feet.
280pfannerFL With plenty of room to push and perfect marble ledges scattered about, Chris will always create a fast and fun line.
280_final_teaser To say that Dekline entered King of the Road as underdogs would be the understatement of the year, but when you've got the Dick Burrito anything is possible.
280_phelp_wieger Phelper sits down with Wieger during Nike's stop at the 'Rock. You try saying Wageningen...

JakeKeenanTHUMB3Some spots just beg for a plunge. Jake took the tail drop and got served like a holiday dinner.

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740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
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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