The January 2015 issue is the gnarliest magazine we've ever put out so we decided to make four different covers. The skateboarding inside this issue is too heavy to comprehend. Track down a copy, or all four and see for yourself.
He may have skipped the SATs, but Miles Silvas made it into Stanford with a textbook kickflip back tail. Photo: Camarillo.
With the Berlin wall in pieces, Dylan Rieder settled for a backside Smith on the next coolest thing. Der Kerl ist ein Badass!
Two surgeries and hundreds of stairs later, Ryan Decenzo’s Thrasher interview (and Double Down video part) are finally complete. Front blunt drop in Los Angeles.
In a classic “Stop the car!” moment, Rhino spotted it but it was up to Aaron “Jaws” Homoki to make this psycho dump-truck drop a reality.
Ishod Wair skates the big stuff, the small stuff and everything in between. No comply blast a Miami barrier, Jan 21, 2014.
He’s known for his techgnar combos but when Torey Pudwill finds a perfect stack he can’t help but get grizzly. Nollie flip in Lima, Peru.
The February issue of Thrasher is coming packed with a free 90-minute DVD featuring the gnarliest parts from the raddest skate videos of the year—and you can get this mag + DVD for FREE with any shirt or new subscription! How radballs is that?
Over 20 years after Pat Duffy blew minds on this SF State kinker, wunderkind Mark Suciu returns with the dreaded backside noseblunt slide.
Words can't express the gnarlitude of Dane Burman's grind through the kink to second-story drop, though "holy fucking shit!" is a step in the right direction.
With a tré flip so huge it wouldn’t even fit on a normal cover, Brandon Westgate takes traditional street skating to its outer limits.
He's one of the heaviest dudes rolling. Collin Provost blasts 180 on an unreal second-story juker. The Spider can jump. Photo: Burnett
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