Junk Drawer
  • Indy Team 'Zine

    Indy Team 'Zine
    Independent has an interview with Taylor Smith, accompanied by photos and a sick video part.
  • By The Sword Catalog

    By The Sword Catalog
    Check out the new products from Mike Vallely's company, By The Sword.
  • First Look: Dustin Dollin

    First Look: Dustin Dollin
    Dustin Dollin gives you the reason why Andrew Reynolds is the October 2010 cover boy with the footage from "Stay Gold".
  • Burnout: Over To Grind

    Burnout: Over To Grind
    Burnout checks out the new Stoner Park and goes street skating.
  • Skate Rock 2010: Wilmington

    Skate Rock 2010: Wilmington
    North Carolina again. Well at least it's outside and the barn was on fire. Next stop Baltimore, MD.
  • Skatepark Round-Up: Santa Cruz Giveaway

    Skatepark Round-Up: Santa Cruz Giveaway
    E-man bombed a gnarly hill in Prevent this Tragedy. Tell us what other pro bombed the same hill in an old Santa Cruz video for your chance to win a Guzman board.
  • KR3W Welcomes Back Boulala

    KR3W Welcomes Back Boulala
    Greco, Ellington, and Kennedy take a seat on some stairs and welcome back Ali Boulala to the KR3W family.
  • In the Park

    In the Park
    David Gravette, Tyler Bledsoe, and Devin Appelo get in the park over at Strangenotes.
  • Tave's Biggest and Best

    Tave's Biggest and Best
    Tony Tave sits down to talk about some of the “Biggest and Best” moments in his life.
  • Cliché Keystone Tour

     Cliché Keystone Tour
    Cliché took a high ollie bar on tour with them to different spots around France.
In The Mag
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Jesse Vieira kickflip 50-50s a legendary SF rail and grinds right onto the August 2018 cover. Up front, the Skate Witches cast a spell with their yearly Witch Hunt and padless 540 enthusiast Clay Kreiner talks with Burnett about modern-day vert. On the tropical front, Palace ditched their VHS rig, adopted a Betamax and sailed to Hawaii to test the proverbial waters of outdated video technology. Other tales of travel have Indy heading Down Under to taste some meat pies and slaughter some spots. Closer to home, Justin “Figgy” Figueroa discusses the heroes and heavies that have inspired him to be the maniac he is today. Santa Cruz has a fistful of new ams and we got the scoop on who these new Speed Freaks are. New Alien pro Frankie Spears gets the Thrasher interview treatment and Ishod “Trick Detective” Wair breaks down the mental and physical barriers to unlocking tricks. You can trust him. He knows how to do them all. Summer is in full swing and this issue is scorching. Add this one to your collection.