Taking inspiration from back in the day when you skated all over the city, Manhattan Days is a film composed by Pontus Alv featuring CONS and Polar riders Aaron Herrington, Kevin Rodrigues, David Stenström, Jerome Campbell, Dane Brady and Pontus himself.
Crusty, homegrown spots aren't new, and yet they're one of the most interesting and vibrant things going on in skating today. This essay and photofeature looks at the appeal of DIY skating. Long live 'crete!
Cover: Scott Johnston – Crooked Grind Photo: Ogden
Inside This Mag: West Coast road trip with Texas Dan, Roth, Steve Revord and more and the adventures of Norm and Dick Also In This Issue: Skating in Brazil, Tijuana and NYC and rad ams Ben Bodilly Childs, Kale Sandridge, Chaney Given and Pontus Alv Music Articles: The Roots, Vision of Disorder and One Man Army
In This Issue Daniel Lutheran gaps out to the June '15 cover with a dead-eye over-the-back 50-50 down a 20 set. And there's plenty more Propeller partying inside, including full-length Dan-Lu and Elijah Berle interviews. Hockey homies John Fitzgerald and Donovon Piscopo throw down off the ice. Corey Glick demonstrates his Lunatic flick. Volcom hits the highway en route to Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest. Josh Borden talks about his am-to-pro bump; the Bones Swiss team (well, not all of them) set their sights on the motherland and a full recap of this year's Thrasher/Converse Death Match at SXSW. Add this one to your collection.