On November 1st, 2012, Austyn released, without a doubt, one of the best video parts of the last five years. Let's watch it again!
Jamie Thomas sits down with the Zero Army's latest recruit to discuss his hard-charging "No Cash Value" Part.
It could be considered skating's first real "make" and to this day the ancient art of hill-bombing is a timeless tradition. Take a spin with us: straight down.
There's more emphasis on creative skating than ever before. It sometimes feels forced with others, but Jake has a truly unique approach to skating. His "Mind Field" part is regarded as a modern classic and he adds to his legacy here.
Great weather, beautiful women, amazing Canadian hospitality, insane skating, and one of the gnarliest slams of all-time. This one had it all, with Alex Sorgente taking home the prize. Chalk up another epic contest to Vans.
It's tough to pinpoint, but there's a bunch of unique elements to Davis' skating that make this part so fun to watch. Quick, explosive snap. Effortless makes. Trick choices that edit well together. Congrats, Davis. What a great part.
Shop videos represent everything we love about skateboarding and this one from Orchard in Boston has it all. It's a true glimpse into the scene, complete with sick local street spots, young upstarts, surprise guests, legends like Jahmal Williams, and even some shredding from the owners. Enjoy!
Trust us, you're gonna want to whip around on transitions and float some ollies after watching this. Greyson Fletcher, Grant Taylor, Ben Raybourn, and others. Greyson's line at 5:25 is unreal.
If you don't have a clue what to expect in a part from this guy, well, neither did we. There's some kick-ass surprises in here. Great job, Vince.
Ryan has that rare "problem" where he stacks such a firestorm of utterly insane clips that even a skate rat's brain has a hard time comprehending it all. You just have to watch this.
June 13th was Lance Mountain's 50th birthday. Throughout all the eras of skateboarding no one has brought the fun, creativity and progression quite like Lance Mountain. Happy birthday Lance! Here's to 50 more!
The streets are Raymond's kingdom in this stylized, conceptual edit that combines skating in the dead of night, public transit, and classic live hip-hop. Brought to you by WKND skateboards.
Wow, he's always been good but something really set a fire under Bobby lately and he's been a true skate demon. Here's more of that smooth tech he's known for plus some straight-up hammers.
The term "ATV" gets thrown around pretty loosely, but Frecks is the real embodiment of All Terrain. There are some hairballl ditch stunts in this part, as well as revenge for the ghosts of Hall of Meats past...
Laughs, slams, makes, nature shots, and some unique editing. This one is a trip. Special mention for Dave Mull's ripping and creative part starting at 4:52.
This well-filmed video has a rad adventure vibe and has some of the biggest ditch terrain the US has to offer. Featuring Manderson, Louie Lopez, Sammy Baca, Kenny Anderson, and Nuge. Special mention for Raemers' gap to 50-50.
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