You don't get to kick back and relax on a fat wallie boardslide like this. You gotta stay sharp or you might get bucked off.
From eye-witness accounts, we heard this gnarly gap to boardslide was twice as crazy as it looks on video and that it required warp-speed and total commitment.
Here's Mike free-falling down a 15-stair and reconnecting with his board after it does a switch 360 flip beneath him. So gnarly.
Wes is notorious for digging into his deep bag of tricks and pulling out epic surprises. This one is so sick.
We heard Louie Lo call this one a backside manual slide, but we're thinking it might need a more creative name. Whatever it is, it sure looks like fun.
Wimer pays homage to one of his favorites, Jon Allie, with a perfectly executed kickflip front tail.
Even at a skatepark, you can't keep The Mule off the raw streets. Classic switch frontside flip on the Let it Be Known tour, as seen in the March 2015 mag.
His whole Plan B part was enders so this shocking make could have been placed anywhere in the edit. Here's a couple of new angles on an amazing trick.
We've all been there before. You're trying a trick and there's a huge crowd hoping you either make it or get destroyed. Brandon keeps his focus and handles biz.
Skating is so gnarly these days that you have to be careful about making bold claims. Even so, we're comfortable saying this: here is one of the straight-up sickest skate clips of all time.
A few people questioned whether Ben really took this boardslide coast to coast. This one must have felt nice.
A kickflip front board through a kinked rail? Even skaters oozing with natural talent like Jeremy are gonna have to work for that one.
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