The Skate Tank's been on more missions than any vehicle in the world. There's too many guests to name in the rawest edit of the year, but it feels so good to see Figgy get an ender again.
Now that you've seen his part, get to know Jeremy a little better with his interview from our November issue.
You see them all over: vehicles with stickers showing a cartoon version of the family inside. Here are some ideas to represent your skate squad.
He may have skipped the SATs, but Miles Silvas made it into Stanford with a textbook kickflip back tail. Photo: Camarillo.
Madars Apse and some of the Element team explore the island of Taiwan. As seen in the September mag.
A big part of skate photography is having photos turn out nothing like you expected. Some of these are deliberate and some are dreadful.
Catch up with Sinner in this interview from our July issue with extra photos and get ready for his Theatrix part.
With the Berlin wall in pieces, Dylan Rieder settled for a backside Smith on the next coolest thing. Der Kerl ist ein Badass!
Ishod Wair skates the big stuff, the small stuff and everything in between. No comply blast a Miami barrier, Jan 21, 2014.
He helped invent modern street skating and built a footwear empire before being tragically sidelined by bloomin' onions and Coors party balls. Read The Gav's heroic tale of redemption here.
Like Dr. Frankenstein, we chopped up, pieced back together, and brought to life all those slam-producing creatures who are a part of every skater's life. There's no escape. You gotta check these out.
|CONS Project: New York NY,NY Apr 04|
|CONS Project: LA Los Angeles,CA Apr 04|
|CONS Project: Toronto Toronto, Canada Apr 11|
|CONS Project: Boston Boston,MA Apr 11|