• First Look: Simon Bannerot and Manchild

    First Look: Simon Bannerot and Manchild
    Flippin’ through the new mag is always exciting, but the August 2019 issue has a special surprise for Simon and Manchild... CONGRATS!!!
  • First Look: Na-Kel Smith and Jason Dill

    First Look: Na-Kel Smith and Jason Dill
    There’s nothing like the new issue, hot off the press, to get your stoke levels ramped up. Nak and Dill eagerly flip through the January 2019 edition.
  • First Look: Jeremy Leabres & Julian Davidson

    First Look: Jeremy Leabres & Julian Davidson
    Jaded bitterness is out. Being stoked for others is in. Jeremy and Julian still love this shit as they flip through the new mag.
  • First Look: Evan Smith and Madars Apse

    First Look: Evan Smith and Madars Apse
    KOTR Champs Evan Smith (Cover boy to boot!) and Madars Apse crack open the November 2018 issue and dig into all the King of the Road awesomeness contained within. The stoke is real. 
  • First Look: Ish Cepeda and Tyson Peterson

    First Look: Ish Cepeda and Tyson Peterson
    Ish Cepeda and Tyson Peterson crack open the October’18  issue and weigh in. These dudes are on one.
  • First Look: Mike Hoag and Josh Kalis

    First Look: Mike Hoag and Josh Kalis
    Some dudes get jaded with time. Kalis is three decades deep and yet loves skating more than ever. Here he checks out the new mag which features his first Thrasher cover. Hoag joins with the assist.
  • First Look: Mark Gonzales

    First Look: Mark Gonzales
    Gonz cracks open the July ‘18 issue and weighs in. Hard not to be stoked when you’re on the cover... 
  • First Look: Mason Silva and Louie Lopez

    First Look: Mason Silva and Louie Lopez
    Mason Silva and Louie Lopez tear through the new mag alongside a special guest who’s also named Louie.
  • First Look: Elissa Steamer

    First Look: Elissa Steamer
    What better way to wake up than with a hand-delivered cup 'o coffee and the newest issue of Thrasher? Elissa Steamer gets a comfy First Look at the May '18 issue with J-Jessee on the front. And just wait for the ending. Dreams really do come true!
  • First Look: Kyle Walker and Robbie Brockel

    First Look: Kyle Walker and Robbie Brockel
    K-Walks and Brockel flip through the SOTY ish, absorbing all the hammers through the eyes of Chima.
  • Out There: Mike Anderson

    Out There: Mike Anderson
    Mike does things his way and now he's living the dream, complete with a skatepark and goats in the backyard.
  • Slashers' "5 Mile Grind" Skate Art Video

    Slashers' "5 Mile Grind" Skate Art Video
    Many music videos have incorporated skating. No big deal. But the band Slashers and the artist Dylan Goldberger combined forces for a truly psycho skate trip. This blend is so complete that it's tough to spot any divisions between skating, music, and art.
  • Support Jamaica's Freedom Skatepark

    Support Jamaica's Freedom Skatepark
    Flipping Youth is raising money to build a skatepark and youth center in Kingston, Jamaica. Donate here.
  • Maurio McCoy's "True Grit" Video

    Maurio McCoy's "True Grit" Video
    From humble beginnings all the way to the world stage, this True Grit features Maurio McCoy.
  • Skatepark Round-Up: Dickies

    Skatepark Round-Up: Dickies
    Not a double overhead concrete wave in sight! The El Sereno park is nothing but low-key vibes, and the Dickies squad takes full advantage.
  • In The Mag
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    Does anyone smell patchouli? Jaacko Ojanen hops onto the cover of October ‘19 with a crusty hippie jump in Morocco. Far out, dude! Lincoln City skatepark celebrates it’s 20-year anniversary the best way it knows how—the Rip Ride Rally! Lincoln City is the “gnarliest skatepark in America,” a title given to the park by the Phelper himself. These guys really have built a Dreamland, a destination for only the heaviest of rippers. Speaking of heavy rippers—David Gonzalez is possessed to skate, once again. This former SOTY has no mercy for the future. Tyler Surrey sits down with Wes Kremer to talk about life in Barcelona—the good, the bad and the ugly (but mostly the good). Kevin Bækkel gives us his Viking oath that his upcoming Creature part will be nothing short of straight-up savagery. There’s zero BS when it comes to Zero team. Some new blood and some old blood come together to film an insane video. Get tricks or die trying. The Euro Spitfire team is coming in hot, burning down everything in their path. Demo time? Demolition is more like it—take a peek inside Mike Carroll’s pretty sweet LA crib before it gets gutted. Cobra man, Cherry Glazer, plus more in Zounds. Better watch your favorite stand-up comedian beforehand, because this issue is no joke.