• Eli William's "MALLGRABTOMONGO" Part

    Eli William's "MALLGRABTOMONGO" Part
    Homegrown vids like this provide a look at raw talent and never-seen spots. Here's a ripper coming out of Georgia and you gotta love these board slide enders.
  • Yura Renov's "Dances" Part

    Yura Renov's "Dances" Part
    Treacherous Russian terrain is not an issue for Yura Renov. He just barges. Skate and Destroy is a universal language.
  • Sean Conover's "Thin Lips and Ginger Snaps" Part

    Sean Conover's "Thin Lips and Ginger Snaps" Part
    Call it Creature-tech: he can flip in and he can flip out, but mostly Sean just charges forward, destroying every spot in his path.
  • Daniel Dubois' "19th Ave" Part

    Daniel Dubois' "19th Ave" Part
    Hailing from the eastern region of the Bay Area, in a zone affectionately known as Duffeland, comes an absolute maniac by the name of Daniel DuBois. Enjoy this barrage of hammers...
  • Alex Conn's "19th Ave" Part

    Alex Conn's "19th Ave" Part
    A laid-back style with a switch flip to die for, Alex Conn comes through with a killer first part in the "19th Avenue" video. 
  • John Shanahan's "J3T" part

    John Shanahan's "J3T" part
    John adds up style, spots, and trick selection in this ripping video part for Homebase Skateshop in Bethlehem, PA.
  • Trevor Morgan's "Diddle It" Part

    Trevor Morgan's "Diddle It" Part
    Trevor's style is so smooth and effortless. His part gives off the vibe of a casual cruise down the block, even while he lays down the hammer. 
  • Lest We Forget: Julian Davidson's Full Part

    Lest We Forget: Julian Davidson's Full Part
    On February 15th, 2012, Julian Davidson released this video part. It's really damn good, so let's enjoy it one more time.
  • Micky Papa's "Blinded" Part

    Micky Papa's "Blinded" Part
    This guy is so dialed-in he makes it look easy. His bag of tricks is beyond belief and the hammer section is straight up psychotic. Enjoy...
  • Josh Borden's "Born-N-Bred" Part

    Josh Borden's "Born-N-Bred" Part
    Some guys just have it like that. Josh skates everything here, but his speed and buttery smooth style are best showcased when he attacks transitions. Long live backyard ramps!