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.
During the early '90s tech-skating explosion, Willy was right there in the mix helping push skating forward. Jamie Palmore introduces a classic part from the 1993 Birdhouse vid.
Bill has always been creative and gnarly and this part is a great reminder: Skate however the hell you want to skate. Svitak introduces a classic from the 1989 Alva vid.
How do you make one of the best skate videos of all time? Have every part be timeless and epic like this Sheffey rawness. Kevin Romar introduces a classic Plan B part from 1992.
This shared part captures slams, makes, outtakes, and random everyday stuff. Jason Jessee introduces a classic from the 1991 SMA video.
The Boss has never put out a bad part. Each video just adds to his legend. Kyle Walker introduces a classic from the 2003 Emerica video.
Harold blended together his huge personality, unique skate style, and an entire city. He was a true original. Here's a classic part from the 1998 Zoo York video.
Sierra Fellers had his first video premiere experience to this classic video from 1997—No one can doubt Daewon Song.
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