Category: Firing Line

View Video
We don't know if Shaun worked on this for a bit or if it came together quickly, but it's a fast, sharp-looking three-ledge line for sure.
20097 Views
Category: Firing Line
View Video
With all of the ledge insanity going down these days sometimes it's good to just see a pair of trucks chugging away on a backside 50-50.
23948 Views
Category: Firing Line
View Video
You'd think his legs would be tired after 12 walls, but Raven has a surprise move. People are tripping out on this guy.
36098 Views
Category: Firing Line
View Video
Even a rough spot can yield a nice-sounding grind and a good-looking transfer.
24523 Views
Category: Firing Line
View Video
Most people associate warehouse loading docks with grunt work and hard labor. That's because they never worked on a fun line that includes a switch wallride.
20838 Views
Category: Firing Line
View Video
A long corridor gives Kevin plenty of time to think about the fat stack at the end of this line.
23633 Views
Category: Firing Line
View Video
Now and then, some old bowl trog will complain that these "street guys" don't skate fast enough. This ought to shut 'em up.
24102 Views
Category: Firing Line
View Video
There's no doubt that Max felt relief when he rolled away from the last trick on this one.
20252 Views
Category: Firing Line
View Video
Trick choices and spots, with some pushes in between—piecing together your own line is one of the best parts of skating. Which Firing Line was your favorite in 2010?
27579 Views
Category: Firing Line
View Video
Kenny tosses four tricks on flat and gets up on two ledges. Now that's what you call a line.
21826 Views
Category: Firing Line
DJ Skatemaster Tate San Diego, CA Aug 29
The Shrine Japan Tour Japan Aug 29
Etnies Scout It Out Tour East Coast Aug 29
Beautiful Moment Premiere San Francisco, CA Aug 30
Battle at Hastings V Vancouver BC Aug 30
Johnny Rad Show Long Beach, CA Aug 31
Noise For The Needy Long Beach, CA Aug 31
Hightower SF, CA Aug 31
740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
Dustin Dollin graces the cover of the September issue, screeching a hellacious 180 nosegrind at the Hollywood Bowl. The hits keep coming inside: Matt Bennett, Jake Donnelly and Wes Kremer get grilled; Element traverses Taiwain; Vol 4 hits the road (and the spliffs) for SXSW; a 16-page photo feature blows some stoke in your eyes; EMB OG James Kelch talks Classic Graphics and Cory Kennedy talks some shit. Yeah, that'll do it. Add this one to your collection.