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Nothing wrong with an unusual trick when you make them look this good.

Andrew Lutheran is going to bro you over tomorrow with a full part.

Gary reflects on his desire for Leticia, insole omelettes, sad music, the transformation of Chris Cole, and a loneliness that only freestylers can understand.

Hesitation creates a cancelled flight and Scott gets bounced.

Every few years a homie video drops which has a skater in it as gnarly as the best pros of the time. This was an example. Davis Torgerson introduces an epic part from a 2007 Atlanta video.

Simply put, this makes you want to skate. It's pleasing to the eyes (and ears), you'll see. A lot of enders are gnarly, this one's a beauty.

Front loaded four gnar Brazilians, Greyson, Weird Al, Raney, the Thrasher crew and mega miles. Well, it's not for the meek. Road dogs rule the wasteland bro. See ya next year, RTMF.

For most skaters this ender would stand alone and probably require a brutal battle (if it could be landed at all). Nyjah decided to make a line out of it.

Ryan has that rare "problem" where he stacks such a firestorm of utterly insane clips that even a skate rat's brain has a hard time comprehending it all. You just have to watch this.

Chase takes a full-body tumble, but since he avoided a faceplant this is actually a success.

Of course skating comes first, but the care put into filming these past few years is remarkable. We have another visual feast, premieres here Monday.

June 13th was Lance Mountain's 50th birthday. Throughout all the eras of skateboarding no one has brought the fun, creativity and progression quite like Lance Mountain. Happy birthday Lance! Here's to 50 more!

The Belmont ledges are back and David provides us with a rarely seen ledge combo.

Deep in the jungle no one knows your name. Greyson Fletcher can care less about spiders and beaches on this gnarly ride over the onion.

Yeah, he's got that crazy natural talent and consistency but, trust us, Ryan pushed himself hardcore for this part. Get ready. Full part premieres here on Friday.

Beagle films a canine part, Barker Barrett has finesse with his skating, Gary reacts to P-Rod's new shoe, and here's an analysis of dolphin flip. 

When you enter Bob's world (and few do), sometimes it's the slams more than the makes that show how insane this terrain really is.

Paul has an aggressive, possessed approach to skating where he just crushes spots. Here's basically two full parts with a ripping Friends section in the middle. Ryan Decenzo introduces a classic Globe part from 2007.

The streets are Raymond's kingdom in this stylized, conceptual edit that combines skating in the dead of night, public transit, and classic live hip-hop. Brought to you by WKND skateboards.

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Dustin Dollin graces the cover of the September issue, screeching a hellacious 180 nosegrind at the Hollywood Bowl. The hits keep coming inside: Matt Bennett, Jake Donnelly and Wes Kremer get grilled; Element traverses Taiwain; Vol 4 hits the road (and the spliffs) for SXSW; a 16-page photo feature blows some stoke in your eyes; EMB OG James Kelch talks Classic Graphics and Cory Kennedy talks some shit. Yeah, that'll do it. Add this one to your collection.