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First Look: Justin Brock

The Dirty South’s four-wheeled barbarian soaks up the latest issue. Coming in hot!

 

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  • First Look: Ish Cepeda and Tyson Peterson

    First Look: Ish Cepeda and Tyson Peterson
    Ish Cepeda and Tyson Peterson crack open the October’18  issue and weigh in. These dudes are on one.
  • First Look: Mike Hoag and Josh Kalis

    First Look: Mike Hoag and Josh Kalis
    Some dudes get jaded with time. Kalis is three decades deep and yet loves skating more than ever. Here he checks out the new mag which features his first Thrasher cover. Hoag joins with the assist.
  • Actions REALized Tour: Roll For Rob

    Actions REALized Tour: Roll For Rob
    The REAL van reached the end of the line on the Actions REALized Tour at the 5th Annual Roll For Rob, to support East Coast skate community pillar Rob Pontes through his fight with ALS. This year the crews at Theory and Civil skateshops hosted the event at Skaters Edge Indoor Park. The support for Rob Pontes and his family was amazing to see and everyone had a good time. We love you, Rob!
  • Actions REALized Tour: Detroit with Dan Mancina

    Actions REALized Tour: Detroit with Dan Mancina
    The REAL crew kept the Actions REALized Tour rolling into Detroit, starting the day off with the Plus skateshop campers, followed by a limited Tommy Guerrero Board release at Refuge to stand up to cancer and ending with a skate jam at The Wig DIY where Dan Mancina was surprised with his new Braille board. Thank you, Motor City!
  • Actions REALized Tour: Premier/Grand Rapids

    Actions REALized Tour: Premier/Grand Rapids
    The REAL Team continues their Actions REALized Tour, pulling up to Clemente DIY in Grand Rapids for the Josh Higginson Memorial Skate Jam. Josh co-founded Premier Skateshop in 2001 and was an integral part of the Grand Rapids skate scene. His influence will live on for a long time to come.