• Slam Demons

    Slam Demons
    When the urethane is spinning, all is well. But when concrete and flesh meet, that's a world of pain brought to you by the Slam Demons. Check out this article from the August 2011 issue.
  • Sneak Peek: October 2011

    Sneak Peek: October 2011
    Park builder, solid family dude, and rippin' skater Ryan McWhirter thrusts up in a house we all wish we had. Threeler, Paris, France.
  • First Look: Alan Petersen

    First Look: Alan Petersen
    He left the spotlight years ago, but his history remains strong. You had to see his skating to believe it. Here's Alan flipping through the Sept mag.
  • Sneak Peek: September 2011

    Sneak Peek: September 2011
     OG HB loc Jason Dill tailgrab nosegrinds the vert part of an all-too-typical East Coast pool (you can tell by the spit gutter). Clink on the way down equals spleen removal.
  • Sneak Peek: August 2011

    Sneak Peek: August 2011
    Torey Pudwill can rock any name he damn well pleases with back Smiths on tall shit like this. This mag comes with a free DVD of Torey's Big Bang video.
  • Photo-G Cautionary Tales

    Photo-G Cautionary Tales
    You can shoot skate photos however the hell you want—we’re not here to preach. But we are here to help.
  • Fritz Mead Interview

    Fritz Mead Interview
    It's tough to come up these days. Fritz took big risks, got some amazing roll-aways, and now here's his photos and interview from our July issue that's on sale now.
  • First Look: Leo Romero

    First Look: Leo Romero
    The SOTY flips through our new July issue. Packed with 14 free stickers, find it in skateshops and on newsstands now.
  • Sneak Peek: Biggest Ollie Ever?

    Sneak Peek: Biggest Ollie Ever?
    Advance copies of the July interview issue just showed up in the morning mail.
  • Of Where Do You Remember Me From?

    Of Where Do You Remember Me From?
    Reader art based on photos from the mag is one of the great, unique Thrasher phenomenons. Here's some from our May issue and also classics from over the years.
  • Will Marshall's "Welcome to DC" Part

    Will Marshall's "Welcome to DC" Part
    He just went PRO AF for Alltimers, and now he’s being crowned as newest member of the DC squad. That’s a damn good week. Big ups to Will Marshall on his much deserved success.
  • Kicking it With Erick Winkowski and Zarosh

    Kicking it With Erick Winkowski and Zarosh
    Erick Winkowski takes it up north to Zarosh's famed dirt board paradise, aka Cachagua Land, and skates a new dirt quarter pipe among a bunch of other things.
  • “Connector Line” by Habitat Skateboards

    “Connector Line” by Habitat Skateboards
    "The connecting route between New York and our home base in Ohio has been the backdrop of Habitat videos for years. We continue that tradition with “Connector Line,” a short film showcasing a season of East Coast skateboarding and closing with an all new video part of Mark Suciu.” - Joe Castrucci
  • Chris "Cookie" Colbourn's "Element Pro" Part

    Chris "Cookie" Colbourn's "Element Pro" Part
    This part is several levels beyond PRO AF. Cookie’s skating is incredible and his elevation to the pro ranks is very much deserved. Congrats, dude!
  • Figgy's "Baker 4" Interview

    Figgy's "Baker 4" Interview
    Big Fig put it DOWN in Baker 4. Nuge hit him up to talk about final missions, getting on Baker, pumping the brakes on partying and learning to surf. From the Jan '20 issue of the mag.
  • In The Mag
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    Figgy’s got the laser vision as he rings in 2020 with a gap to front feeble. In years past, Figgy was seeing double. This time around, he’s bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. The long awaited Baker 4 is finally here. We got a colossal 53-page article, including interviews with the rookies and the vets—Rowan, Kader, T-Funk, Elissa, Baca, the Boss himself plus many more. Baker 4-ever. Alex Midler risks it all and takes the win at our Bust or Bail contest. Nut up or shut up, right Alex? The wrecking crew wreaks havoc in Canada; the chaos includes the Pabich bros, Pedro Delfino, Ducky Kovacs, Corey Glick, and Ronnie Sandoval with some special appearances by Johnny Layton, Birdman, and Gonz. Canada’s going to have a hard time recovering from this one, eh? The heaviness continues with interviews from Davis Torgerson, Ryan Sheckler and Gustav Tønnesen. Tommy Wright III, Beach Fossils and Obituary were amongst the many artists at Death Match NYC, we got the full recap right here. Sit back, relax, and feast your eyes on this.