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280_fridayFights Last Friday was the gnarliest session in Double Rock history. Lots of dudes went buck, but all that really needs to be said is ANDY FUCKIN' ROY.

720_magnifiedINDEXA lot of people wondered who Alec Majerus was when he hit the contents page of our February issue. Check the footie of the Flip & Volcom hot am in our new feature, Magnified.

HunterPOSTERFRAMEindexThere isn't much "meat" involved, but when the board is floating under your feet like that, things can end ugly. Does Hunter possess feline-like reflexes, or was he just plain lucky?

280DigiMontage Koston, Keegan, Brock, Donnelly, Plunkett, Nugget, P-Rod, Wieger, and BA in a good-times street skating edit without time lapses and excessive art-faggery? Joey Digital delivers the goods.

720_livingston_classicsINDEX Chris was ahead of his time—just plain fun to watch skate, and he had some of the wildest disasters ever seen on vert. Raven Tershy is a true fan of skate history and introduces this 1992 H-Street classic.
280_luan Holy smokes. You gotta watch this one. Effortless snap, pure board control, wicked-tough tricks. Skating is looking good in 2012.

720_lrg_yardsaleINDEXThe LRG team handled Harvard Skate plaza with enough goods for a Yardsale including some sit down time with the Phelper and a special guest appearance from Theotis Beasley.

BrianConeINDEX Brian was hoping for the thrill of victory on this gnarly 50-50. Instead, he got the agony of defeat with a cranium crunch.
lrg_roundupINDEXA buttery-smooth plaza and a team like LRG meant the tricks came non-stop, all-day. Seriously, these guys know how to produce. Here's Tommy Sandoval, Felipe Gustavo, Tom Asta, Rodrigo Tx, Rob Gonzalez, Billy Marks, and many others.
SammyINDEX Here's young Sammy showing signs of becoming one of the most consistent switch skaters of all time. For the record, he's regular foot… We think. Tom Asta introduces this part from the 2002 Shorty's vid.

IndexHellrideWe hit Spain for 21 days.   No one around for miles.  Check Cards last line - tech street gap and then a dose of the gnar gnar.  It's out there, find it.

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Before anyone could tell Felipe that this line would be too difficult and take too many tries to film, he got the make and was ready for lunch.

280_lakai_LA Here's Lakai taking the win and a recap of all the insanity from one of the best KOTR's ever. Pure skateboarding, adventure, stoke, whatever you want to call it: a big thanks to Lakai, Vans, Nike SB, and Dekline for joining this strange ride.
ConsINDEX All the ingredients for an amazing tour vid are on display here: a ripping team of pros, talented filmers, and new spots you can't believe actually exist.  Here's Kenny Anderson, Tom Remillard, Sammy Baca, Julian Davidson, and more.
280HOMAngel Every skater clips their feet at some point. From that moment, it's a race between gravity and getting your hands out. Here's Angel taking the hit but dodging a faceplant.

280_rvcaMidwest New spots and wild demos help push skating forward. Here's Keegan Sauder, Julian Davidson, the amazing board control of Cory Kennedy, and many others. As seen in the Feb 2012 mag.

280_kotr12 After killing themselves (and the Challenges book), the Vans team enjoys the end of the road. Trujillo, Berle, Lutheran, Layton, Crockett, and Mystery Guest Arto Saari put on a hell of a show this year.
280_barbee_classics Kenny Anderson introduces Ray Barbee's part from Ban This.
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740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
Classic power meets innovation on the March front as AVE goes over the back to switch 5-0 in NYC. There's 14 more pages of Van Engelen inside, so don't sweat it; Cyril Jackson talks about skating the streets (and sleeping in them), the Naawwsty Crew rolls deep from ATL to FL; Krooked krushes Korea; the Deathwish team spreads some love on the East Coast and Shane O'Neill has a killer ten-page feature. You heard what he did at Wallenberg, right?
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