• Hall Of Meat: Osiris Shoes Winners

    Hall Of Meat: Osiris Shoes Winners
    Eating pavement while skating has a high price, but comes at no charge. Osiris offered free shoes to the best of the worst, and…man did these guys earn them.
  • Hall Of Meat: Cory Kennedy

    Hall Of Meat: Cory Kennedy
    To err is human. To miss the rail entirely is a disaster. Even insanely talented skaters like Cory aren't all bolts all day.
  • Corey Duffel Hall of Meat Contest

    Corey Duffel Hall of Meat Contest
    This is your chance to share your worst slam with the world. Send us a clip of your hardest hit—the winner will be featured in a Hall of Meat on our site and get a pair of Corey Duffel's new shoe.
  • Hall Of Meat: Chad Bartie

    Hall Of Meat: Chad Bartie
    May not look like the gnarliest Hall of Meat but this slam of Chad Bartie put him on the shelf for a while.
  • Hall Of Meat: Ryan Spencer

    Hall Of Meat: Ryan Spencer
    We've seen teeth knocked out before, but pulverized into powder? That's a new one. This is one tough dude.
  • Hall Of Meat: Omar Salazar

    Hall Of Meat: Omar Salazar
    A ledge snags the board, which trips up the feet, which sends Omar straight to his back. All of that, plus an unhappy surprise ending.
  • Hall Of Meat: Bernardo Bernard

    Hall Of Meat: Bernardo Bernard
    You'd think a trick called a 50-50 would be right up the alley of someone named Bernardo Bernard. Here he keeps his chin up and prevents a skull bounce.
  • Hall Of Meat: David Reyes

    Hall Of Meat: David Reyes
    David Reyes looks back on one of his all-time worst slams: His concussion from King of the Road.
  • Hall Of Meat: Corey Duffel

    Hall Of Meat: Corey Duffel
    Say what you will about the Duff-Man, but don't ever doubt his lack of 'going for it'. Big ollie to stop sign shoulder check.  Always good times for Corey.
  • Hall Of Meat: Diego Bucchieri

    Hall Of Meat: Diego Bucchieri
    The splits of death, with one foot on and one foot off, is a slam that's always needed a name. Diego offers the "Van Damme." We'll see if it sticks.