A young Gilbert Crockett absolutely crushes it in this part from Fallen's 2008 Ride the Sky video. Have a look...
JB gives an extra push before each trick and precision tech skating at a fast rate of speed will always look good. Andrew Brophy introduces a classic part from the 2004 Cliché vid.
This part will withstand the test of time. From transition to mondo-rails, it's straight up gnarly from start to finish. Hard to believe it's over five years old now. Time flies...
The whole point of Classics is to revisit sick parts as well as introduce them to skaters who never saw them the first time. Ryan's footage has aged well and he's even gnarlier than we remember. Here's his part from the 2002 Zero vid.
No matter where in the world he takes his board, Donny always represents raw East Coast skating. T-Funk introduces a classic from the 1996 Toy Machine video.
Here's an underground part that has gained truly legendary status. Tech madness, raw East skating, and of course some of the best switch skating ever. Brandon Westgate introduces a classic from 2005.
When Reynolds picked this for his Classics, it was so obscure we thought he was messing with us. But when you watch this rare jewel it becomes clear: Don't ever question The Boss.
It's hard to describe the impact that this part had in 2002. PJ's board control and style were epic and he helped elevate ledge skating to a true art form. Manny Santiago introduces a classic part from the Coliseum vid.
He's a true pioneer in taking full advantage of existing street terrain and here's just one chapter in Natas' epic legacy. Keith Hufnagel introduces a classic part from the 1989 Santa Cruz video.
Filmers and photographers who have hit the streets with Caswell always come back with the same story: "This guy lands everything." Blue Turner introduces a classic part from the 2006 Enjoi vid.
Can a legendary skater still be underrated? A true flip-trick magician, the way Billy's board returns to his feet never ceases to amaze and this part has some shocking hammers. Jeremy Leabres introduces a classic edit from 2004.
Kareem had one of the great, effortless snaps of all time and is a godfather of smooth street style. Here's a classic part from the 1996 Trilogy vid picked by none other than Tom Penny.
The part is short, but you'll notice some really heavy stunts in the streets of SF. James Hardy introduces a Cairo classic.
Here is Danny's precision ledge magician skills. He didn't invent the nollie heelflip but he sure adapted it in ground-breaking new ways. Jordan Sanchez introduces a classic part from 2002.
He does his best to remind everyone to lighten up and have fun skating, but he's also clocked in some hardcore street skating. Jack Fardell introduces a classic part from the 2003 Antihero video.
Evan was light on his feet, had nice style, and looked like he was having fun skating. No wonder Austyn Gillette picked this 2005 Blind part for Classics.
It seems he can do anything on a skateboard at any time, but this really spotlights Chris' ledge-work madness. Plus it wouldn't be a Cole part without a bunch of NBDs. Nyjah Huston introduces a classic from the 2008 Fallen video.
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