• 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.
  • First Look: Miles Silvas

    First Look: Miles Silvas
    The newest issue is a heavy one, literally and figuratively. Miles flips through 200 pages of madness, featuring Nyjah, Suciu, Villani, Reynolds, and many, many more.
  • First Look: Jamie Foy

    First Look: Jamie Foy
    Freshly crowned as SOTY, Jamie flips through a copy of the new issue, soaking up all the bangers. Skateboarding is on another level right now, no joke.  
  • First Look: Kader Sylla

    First Look: Kader Sylla
    Kader flips through Big Brute Jamie’s El Toro cover issue, soaking up the hammers on every page. Skateboarding is more BUCK than ever!
  • First Look: Lizard King

    First Look: Lizard King
    The one and only Lizard King flips through the new issue, from Louie’s cover to the MOB ad on the back. It’s a heavy one!
  • First Look: Sam Hitz and Willis Kimbel

    First Look: Sam Hitz and Willis Kimbel
    Hitz and Kimbel crack open the King of the Road issue (and a few cold ones) and relive the highs and lows of the most epic road trip known to man. Explosions! Fireworks! Lazers coming out of their eyes!
  • First Look: Danny Way

    First Look: Danny Way
    The legend himself sits down with the new issue, confronting big rails and dishing out Eggplant knowledge.  
  • First Look: Yuri Facchini

    First Look: Yuri Facchini
    Yuri Facchini digs into the August 2017 issue—doing his best to digest the gnarliness—only to come across an ad that is literally life changing. Watch it to the end to share in the stoke.
  • First Look: Biebel and Braydon

    First Look: Biebel and Braydon
    Biebel and Braydon take a look through the July 2017 issue and weigh in. "That's that Hawk blood." Too good.
  • First Look: Jeff Grosso

    First Look: Jeff Grosso
    If you want to laugh for about 15 minutes straight, check out Grosso flipping through the May 2017 issue. It's good to have opinions.