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Shane O'Neill vs Sewa, Mark Suciu for Habitat, Supreme's Sickness, Steve-O skates a car and more in today's episode of Skateline.

A final edit can capture a skater's style but the raw edits really show their personality. Here's Kevin having a blast on some rad missions.

When the right soundtrack aligns with the right clips, it all makes perfect stereophonic sense. Street skating in San Francisco is beautiful. 

Jonathan is a bonafide Barbarian. This collection of outtakes, second angles, and raw clips is rad.

Part 2 continues with more ripping from the French fountain of youth, Mr Jeremie Daclin. 

The pool is empty, but Blake opts to take a lap around the perimeter. Hello, summer. 

Top notch skating from the Habitat team, mixed with a Mr Dibbs soundtrack and a GX twist. You gotta love it...

Trey and Eli light up dirty southern skate spots like a bowl of hot grits. It's one hell of a slobber-knocker.

Dee and Shane put Nashville on their back and come out swinging. Them Tennessee boys don’t fool around...

Back in 2011, the boys packed into the van and made the sojourn to the Land of Lizard, aka Salt Lake City. Ripping ensued.

Your ribs are there to protect vital organs. But what protects your ribs on slams like this?

The man from Michigan delivers a short, but oh-so-sweet video part for the PC crew.

Two skate crews from the South joined forces to make a video together, wheeling back and forth from Atlanta to Nashville, and everywhere in between. We've got a couple parts from the vid premiering on the site this weekend.

Bobby narrowly escapes a dog attack and makes it to the bottom of the hill unharmed.

There are so many different ways to get completely annihilated on this spot, but Kyle makes the perilous look easy.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5, Mason Silva on Element, Dolan Stearns' Real Street, and more in today's episode of Skateline.

If Cyril isn't already one of your favorite skaters then let this truly awesome edit of raw footage try to sway your opinion. You can't be taught skate style like this. You've got it or you don't.

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.

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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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