Ever wonder how much bullshit goes on compared to actual ripping while on a skate trip? Well Pocket Cam #30 gives you a small glimpse of what it's like.
D-Rock has good flow if you figure out the right lines and that's exactly what Sam does here. This also includes Steve Forstner, Jake Collins, and a sick ender on the big quarter-pipe.
Here's our new feature where we learn the stories behind the Thrasher cover. We start with an epic one: The Boss vs Wallenberg. There's a bunch of sick outtakes including one of the great roll-aways of all time.
DC just dropped the video for their latest model the Trase, featuring Cyril Jackson and Charles Deschamps. Check it out.
This guy likes to launch himself. Here's a full part consisting of Bo's wicked snap and his tendency to jump up, over, and down everything in his path. Sick stuff.
Taking photos and filming clips isn't all we do. We tried our hand at skate journalism and had mixed results. There have been questions regarding our fact-checking and accuracy, but we stand by our work.
Super friendly Daniel Lutheran stopped by the mag at the end of filming for the Vans video to chat about Toy, Vans, and the kids.
Bryce Kanights displayed a collection of his photography from the last 30 years of shooting skateboarding for the Eswic "Decades Deep" photo show.
Surrounded by 3s Converse Cons skate ambassador Kenny Anderson can't seem to shake the magic number and finds himself with his third signature sneaker, the KA3.
Corey Duffel acts, Jeremy Leabres goes pro, Boo Johnson gets a trick, Fancy Lad and more in today's episode of Skateline.
Jamie was on King of the Road with Zero three times and they won it three times. It takes a KOTR legend to comment properly on our February issue.
Not a knock-out, but close. Tom pays a high price as he gives an ancient spot a creative new look. Hope he gets that one.
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