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Here's gnarly, raw footage of Julien at his all-terrain best, including that surprise Burnside switchflip. Jim Greco is a fan of skating and introduces this classic from 1993.
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Micky Papa rewinds back to 2002, introducing Mike Hastie's epic techno part from RDS' FSU.
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Three switch NBDs on Hubba Hideout, some unlit night skating, a near-death hill bomb moment, and a fat guy slamming into the camera. Nestor Judkins introduces a classic part from the 1997 Alien vid.
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Some young rippers show future promise. But when Herm arrived he was as crazy good as almost any pro. Jamie Tancowny introduces a classic part from Emerica's 2003 vid.
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Mike Carroll and Andre Nickatina. Does it get any better? Cory Kennedy introduces this classic part from The Chocolate Tour. Let's take it back to 1999.
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Sean Gutierrez digs deep and pulls out Neil Blender's G&S footage from '90 for this Classics.
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In an unusual but definitely worthy Classics first, Shane Heyl picks the friends section from Plan B's 1993 epic vid. Here's Jeron Wilson, Brian Lotti, Henry Sanchez, Guy Mariano, and others.
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Frank Gerwer introduces Gino's true classic part from 101's Snuff. Let the skating do the rest.
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Ed's been a part of skating in pretty much every capacity: Pro skater, filmer, photographer, artist, company owner, and driving the damn van. Here's to three decades. Matt BennettĀ introduces a 1996 Toy Machine classic.
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Hosoi's skating is tough to describe; it's best to just watch and enjoy. David Gonzalez is a true fan of skateboarding, and here he introduces a 1989 classic.
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Common Side Effects Huntington Beach, CA Sep 12
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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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