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With a squad this insane, anywhere P-Stone pointed his camera he was stacking clips with some of the best concrete destroyers in the world. Here they lay siege to Spain terrain.

A round rail with a kink-drop is a "spot" to only a handful of people, including Manny. Note the quick hand adjustment to prevent this from being even worse.

A bunch of buttery marble on a slight downhill? It's like a playground for Kevin as he links together this line.

With friends like these, who needs enemies? Copenhagen gets hit hard. Steady rollin' son.

He's developed a reputation for fearlessly flipping onto those bars, and here is no exception for Manny.

It's hard to describe the impact that this part had in 2002. PJ's board control and style were epic and he helped elevate ledge skating to a true art form. Manny Santiago introduces a classic part from the Coliseum vid.

Madars Apse goes pro, Happy Medium 3, Zack Wallin goes to the 'Berg, Cody Mac rides Silver trucks, nosegrind nollieflip nosegrind and more in today's episode of Skateline.

Everyone has their own dream vacation. We took a heavy crew to England to hit parks older than Stonehenge. Grant, Raven, Ronnie, and more. You know the rest... Thanks to Monster for helping make this happen.

Watch this. Repeat. Skip school/work. Go Skate.

He has the classic tricks wired and can snap them far and wide, but KOTR is a good reminder that The Boss can actually do anything he wants on a skateboard. He's that good.

He's one of the hardest working dudes in the game, so you know he's gonna come correct. Full part drops this Friday.

Killer skating, epic spots, and a beautifully made video. Grab some popcorn and a beer for this one. 

It's been an epic year for skateboarding, and it's about to get even bigger on Monday, when Wes and Tyler drop a shared part for the Mafia. 

Pat Burke and Nick Merlino are madmen on and off the board, but they get even more hyped when they check out the new mag.

Asia encompasses a huge area and here's HUF riders skating parks in pretty much every corner of it. The crowds ruled on this one. Featuring Josh Matthews, Peter Ramondetta, Brad Cromer, Kevin Terpening, Dan Plunkett, and Sammy Winter.

This one is short, but goddamn it's sweet. 

This spot is so unique it was begging to be skated. No regrets: Madars couldn't live with himself if he didn't at least try it.

It's not just what you do, it's how you do it. This guy has the footwork dialed in...

Check out this Wes offering. It's a preview of what's to come next week, when we release his shared part with Tyler Surrey.  

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