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When a pro's been ripping for years but hasn't had a video part since '99, does the tree make a sound? Wait, what? Brad addresses his history with the video camera.
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New 1031 team rider Jason Adams sits down and talks about one of his all-time favorites: Jason Jessee, from the 1988 Santa Cruz video Streets of Fire.
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Earlier this year Leo Romero quit Baker to be on Toy Machine. Their videos are classics. Here's the slam section from 1996's Welcome to Hell. Not for the weak-kneed.
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His skating has never disappointed, but this part made it a written-in-stone, fact of life: Koston's an all-time best. And this was years before Yeah, Right! and Fully Flared. Daryl Angel describes a classic.
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Ledge skating has always been part of the game, but Photosynthesis from 2000 helped show how limitless and creative it could be. Catfish describes Brian Wenning's part.
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Whether it's street, transition, or a combination of both, Dan's always had a unique approach to skating. Here's his part from the 1996 Think video.
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It doesn't get much more classic than Photosynthesis from 2000, this was the original edit of the Habitat section that was used for only a handful of premieres.
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In 2004, Girl had an all-star roster of skaters on King of the Road. Although they weren't able to take home the crown, they did put together a classic part for the video.
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Everyone has a favorite video part. Vincent Alvarez shares his.
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If you're looking for respect on the "industry" side of skating, it helps when you have a track record like Remy's. Here's his part from a 1994 ACME vid.
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Dekline's "True Blue" Premiere Encinitas, CA Dec 04
Etnies Holiday Festival Lake Forest, CA Dec 12
740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
Four collector covers on the Jan. 15 issue: Blake Carpenter, Torey Pudwill, Ishod Wair and Brandon Westgate all grace the front ensuring the new year starts off gnar. Inside: Ishod is gunning for a second SOTY term; Plan B's (not so) secret weapon, Chris Joslin, falls from the skies; Ryan Sheckler talks True; T-Puds strolls down memory lane; We peek behind the scenes of Dekline's True Blue video and Brandon Westgate has a 16-page interview. Heavy.
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