This legendary part has been watched and studied for 22 years and yet you notice something different each time. Tim O'Connor introduces a classic Plan B part from 1992.
EE3: Underachievers is still one of the best, most raw representations of East Coast skating ever. Dylan Rieder introduces a classic from 1996.
Skate videos had been growing crazier by the year for some time, but Zero's pure-hammer, no-filler skating (like this JT part) were utterly shocking. Tony Cervantes introduces a classic from 1999.
Cole's legendary ability to stomp down and ride away from almost any trick he wanted became clear with this part. Jamie Thomas introduces a classic Zero part from 2002.
Here's loose trucks, hill-bombing, and as always, Julien throws in some surprise moves. Mike Carroll introduces a classic from the 1990 Santa Cruz/SMA video.
Tech skating can create frustration and madness, but Smolik shows how it's really a blast. And that boardslide ender! So rad. Ernie Torres introduces a classic from the 1998 Shorty's vid.
The tricks, style, and filming techniques in this 1988 Powell Peralta video were hugely influential. No one had seen street skating portrayed quite like this. When Mark Gonzales picks a Classic you know it's for real.
Greco's reputation for gnarly hammers had been building and he cemented his legacy with this part and others to come. Pat Rumney introduces a classic from 2000.
Leo Romero goes back to 2003 and digs out his favorite skater, Heath Kircharts part from the Emerica video, This Is Skateboarding.
Blake Carpenter looks back at this classic part from Stefan Janoski in 2003 from the Habitat video, Mosaic.
With word on the street circulating about the upcoming Brandon Westgate part, Collin Provost reminds us all of his instant classic from Stay Gold in 2010—he ollied a house!
The early '90s were a blizzard of tech progression and Henry was at the forefront. Stevie Williams introduces one of his favorite skaters in a classic part from the 1992 Blind vid.
A short part with slams, style, and a narrow, indoor vert ramp? It's gotta be Jason. This classic from the 1995 Consolidated video gets introduced by Tony Miorana.
It's tough to describe exactly what he does differently, but Gino is simply one of those "fun-to-watch" pro skaters. Raven Tershy introduces this 2003 Girl part.
Guy's legendary bag of tricks is on full display in this one-man tech onslaught. Wieger introduces a classic from the 1996 Girl video.
Marcus has always been rad and this is one of his better parts, including his crazy, unexpected Hubba Hideout ender. Beagle One-ism intoduces a classic part from 1996.
Backyard ramp sessions are often epic but this is one for the ages. Here's Lance, Hawk, Cab, McGill, Grosso, Blender, and others. Josh Borden introduces a classic from the 1985 Powell-Peralta video.
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