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Ask and you shall receive. After repeated requests for parts from the Think Damage video, we've decided to bend the rules and release this Classic in its entirety. Shao, Speyer, Drehobl, the list goes on...
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After a dose of Tommy's overlooked transition skills, we cut to what he's known around the world for: Bombing hills. Ben Hatchell introduces this classic 1989 Powell Peralta part.
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People may talk about his tats and wild stories, but Antwuan's skating will live forever. Pat McLain introduces this classic Baker 3 part and asks Antwuan to keep producing amazing footage.
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Danny came out of nowhere and made a big impact with his stylish skating in the 2003 Habitat video. Raymond Molinar introduces a classic.
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1996's Trilogy had a huge line-up of amazing skaters, but Lavar's part was one of the best. Here's his limitless bag of tricks, distinct style, and hilarious opening skit. Shuriken Shannon introduces a classic.
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The world lost Shane five years ago, but his legacy will never fade. Combining rare footage and a ripping full part, this Volcom vid was a great dedication to an amazing skater and person.
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Here's some rare footage of Mike at SF's Pier 7. Even when he's just dorking around, MC's skating is always a blast to watch.
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Brandon's had board control forever—even as a kid, when the board was almost bigger than he was. Joe Tookmanian introduces this 2007 5Boro part.
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Muska had some ads and interviews, but it was only after this 1998 Shorty's part that a star was born and a legend was made. Peabody introduces a true classic.
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This isn't merely one of the gnarliest all-terrain parts ever—it's the absolute benchmark. Over 20 years later, it's still beyond belief that one person could accomplish everything done here. Colin McKay introduces Plan B's 1992 classic.
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Miles Silvas kickflip back tails his way onto the October cover and continues his campaign of carnage with a 14-page interview inside. Asphalt Yacht Club goes full-on conspiracy theory in Denver; Supra crushes the cobblestone in the UK and Cory Kennedy and company hit the dirt on a Hellride through the Pacific Northwest. Turn on, tune out, drop in. Add this one to your collection.