Junk Drawer
  • 10 Questions With James Hardy

    10 Questions With James Hardy
    Find out why James Hardy shaves his eyebrows in his 10 Questions interview over at Black Box.
  • Fresh Meat: Chris Luhring

    Fresh Meat: Chris Luhring
    Santa Cruz has a new Fresh Meat clip up of Chris Luhring.
  • Classics: SF Streets

    Classics: SF Streets
    The Cardiel ledge, the Safeway curb, and the SF State rails with Drehobl, Speyer, McBride, and Pastras.
  • Bethlehem Skatepark Needs Your Help

    Bethlehem Skatepark Needs Your Help
    Bethlehem Skatepark needs your votes. Your votes will help the town win $250,000 to build a new skatepark. There's only 3 more days to vote.
  • Jim & Juice

    Jim & Juice
    Lindsey Robertson returns to his hometown of Jacksonville, FL, to show you where he grew up skating in DC 7zine's newest feature.
  • Putting Them To The Test

    Putting Them To The Test
    Theeve welcomes Andrew Cannon to their team, the second addition this week.
  • Volcom At Mammoth

    Volcom At Mammoth
    A montage of calming nature shots gives way to some serious ripping. The Mammoth park has some of the biggest walls in the country and Grant Taylor, Alex Perelson and others face them head on.
  • Grip It And Rip It With Billy Marks

    Grip It And Rip It With Billy Marks
    Toy Machine has a new installment of Grip It and Rip it with Billy Marks.
  • Sponsor Me: Austin Gardner

    Sponsor Me: Austin Gardner
    Austin Gardner from Redlands, CA comes through with his Sponsor Me.
  • Lost Days And Throwaways Are Back

    Lost Days And Throwaways Are Back
    Real skateboards is back with new-and-improved episodes of Lost Days and Throwaways. This time the crew checks in from AZ.
In The Mag
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Jamie F'n Foy back Smiths (and gaps out) straight onto his SOTY issue cover. Hellacious Skater of the Year article inside as Jamie and his boys terrorize Melbourne and lay its spots to waste. Travel-wise, the Hellride Crew hike it to Quito, Ecuador to shred (and repair) some sacred 'crete, and a little closer to home, the top ladies of 'boarding hit the highway and attack Arizona. Elsewhere in the mag, Arto Saari talks about the year he got SOTY (2001), K-Walks discusses passing the torch to Foy Boy, Mark Suciu pontificates on tasteful trick combos and the T-Eddy Awards once again crown (and clown) everybody in their path. This issue is thick and sick like your favorite uncle's goiter. Add this one to your collection.