• My War: Ryan Decenzo

    My War: Ryan Decenzo
    This double set has been sitting here in San Francisco for years, and besides a Diego Bucchieri Ollie back in 1999, nobody has rolled away from anything. Enter Ryan Decenzo...
  • My War: Justin "Figgy" Figueroa

    My War: Justin "Figgy" Figueroa
    Nobody puts up a fight like Figgy. He takes the big hits, refuses to give in and won’t stop 'til four wheels hit the ‘crete and he’s riding away. Nothing good comes easy...
  • My War: Black Dave

    My War: Black Dave
    After a slam this vicious, most would never want to skate the spot again. Dave wanted it in a major way though, and went back for the make. Warrior status!
  • My War: Nuge's Hill Bomb

    My War: Nuge's Hill Bomb
    SF is hill bomb Mecca, but LA has some serious slopes as well. Neckface brought Nuge to the steepest one he could find, and challenged him to conquer. Never bet against Nuge...
  • My War: Chris Joslin

    My War: Chris Joslin
    The Davis gap is one of those spots every skater should visit, because when you're standing on top of that mountain it's hard to imagine anybody making it to the bottom alive. Joslin turned the world upside down with his 360 flip. Here's a look at how it went down.
  • My War: Tommy Sandoval

    My War: Tommy Sandoval
    With the “Cold War” deadline looming, Tommy knew he needed an epic final trick to solidify last part. He targeted a 20 set in San Diego, and the rest is history.
  • My War: Jamie Thomas

    My War: Jamie Thomas
    Even though Jamie already had an untouchable skate legacy and was closing in on 40 years old, he still waged an epic battle for his Cold War ender - a trick that is gnarly by any standard.
  • My War: Arto Saari

    My War: Arto Saari
    It's one of the heaviest handrail stunts of all time, but getting to hear the eyewitness account from Terry Kennedy makes it that much more incredible. 
  • My War: Dave Bachinsky

    My War: Dave Bachinsky
    There are a handful of tricks in the history of street skating that were absolute game changers and helped push us to where we are today. Bachinsky's El Toro kickflip in 2006 was one of them.
  • My War: Dane Burman

    My War: Dane Burman
    Unquestionably, one of the gnarliest skateboarding stunts of all-time, here's a look at Dane waging war in order to get his last trick for the Zero video. As seen on the cover of our December 2013 mag.
  • Tiago Lemos' "Press Play" Part

    Tiago Lemos' "Press Play" Part
    We’ve categorized parts as face-melters before, but we’re upgrading this DC shoes part to face-vaporizer. Because there won’t be any face left. Tiago drops a doozy on the skate world. Consider yourself warned.
  • Rough Cut: Miles Silvas' "Numbers Edition 3" Part

    Rough Cut: Miles Silvas' "Numbers Edition 3" Part
    His recent Numbers part was an instant classic, so time to appreciate the raw clips in all their glory. There’s nothing like the sound of the streets and tricks getting STOMPED.
  • Deathwish Part One: Jamie Foy and Jake Hayes

    Deathwish Part One: Jamie Foy and Jake Hayes
    Jamie Foy’s reign of terror continues, while Jake Hayes rips down the curtains. Hide your family! These dudes are on the warpath!
  • Rough Cut: Jamie Foy's "Am Scramble" Footage

    Rough Cut: Jamie Foy's "Am Scramble" Footage
    He’s built like a linebacker and he’s blitzing skate spots on every down. Jamie went completely ballistic on the Am Scramble trip. Here’s a up-close look at the carnage.
  • Jamie Foy's "Welcome to Deathwish" Part

    Jamie Foy's "Welcome to Deathwish" Part
    If he isn’t one of your favorites yet, make room on the list. This guy is an absolute BEAST and no spot is safe when he rides into town. Give a big round of a applause for the newest member of the Deathwish family.
  • This is not the new Shane O'Neill Video

    This is not the new Shane O'Neill Video
    Shane spent nine days in Melbourne filming lines with a VX in the middle of summer. No single tricks, just mind-melting lines executed with the kind of precision only he commands. Hell YES. The Skate Gods must be pleased.
  • Louie Lopez's "Spitfire" Part

    Louie Lopez's "Spitfire" Part
    For most of us, skateboarding is a Rubik’s cube, but Louie unlocks the cheat codes and does the unimaginable with ease and total control. Time to appreciate the master at work.
  • The OJ Show: Episode 6

    The OJ Show: Episode 6
    The Season Finale! There’s too much good stuff in here to start dropping names. Just click, and let the OJ squad squeeze out every last drop of stoke. Thanks for tuning in...
  • Riley Hawk's "Shep Dawgs 5" Part

    Riley Hawk's "Shep Dawgs 5" Part
    Having already dropped a behemoth of a video part for Lakai, Riley left plenty in the tank for the Shep Dawgs encore. Raise your glass to another excellent blessing from the Hawk family.
  • Scram Trip 1: EARTHSKii tha Dolp Coast Video

    Scram Trip 1: EARTHSKii tha Dolp Coast Video
    Scram is the real deal. 100% skateboarding through and through. This edit rules. 
  • Tiago Lemos' "Indy" Part

    Tiago Lemos' "Indy" Part
    If you thought Tiago already handled enough biz this year, you were mistaken. He’s back to hit us over the head with more explosive, face-melting footage. This man is in a league of his own. 
  • In The Mag
    jan18
    Big Boy Foy blazes a front crooks down El Toro, landing front and center on the January 2018 cover. Huge Foy feature inside with plenty of head-scratching WTFs. Fellow Flat Earther Chase Webb expounds upon the virtues of handrail hammers with six pages of certified sickness. On the travel front, Wayward wheels drinks in the good times in Deutschland and Nike messes with the Midwest. Vagabond-wise, Volcom hits the highway in their '83 Wanderlodge, annihilating America one spot at a time. Concrete crusader Tom Scharr gets the Heads interview treatment along with awesome Aussie Gabriel Summers. In the Zounds department we've got full coverage of Sam Hitz' Larbfest 2017: metal, mayhem, zines and zorchage! Two-thousand-eighteen is gonna be brutal! Add this one to your collection.