• From The Crypt: More Gravy

    From The Crypt: More Gravy
    Skating is, as it always was.
  • Old, Crusty Shit…

    Old, Crusty Shit…
    Well, the mag has tons of it. Here's some gems to gander at while you're in your cubicle. Timeless.
  • Vert Crust

    Vert Crust
    We keep on diggin' up cool stuff. Hey, these boards are hot on eBay.     
  • More Old Stuff That Sucks

    More Old Stuff That Sucks
    Here's some more old stuff that sucks that Mofo shot back in the day.
  • Lens Cap

    Lens Cap
    From Danny Way's first Oz trip to a layback from Natas in SF—no rhyme or reason, just sick old flicks.
  • Vertical Smile

    Vertical Smile
    The Rumble in Ramona reminded us that vert is still skateboarding. All these dudes were there but Phillips, who would have won the fuckin' thing—RIP.
  • Goin' For It

    Goin' For It
    More moldy oldie radness from the Mofo binders.  
  • Sick Boys

    Sick Boys
    "I had no idea at the time how sick Sick Boys would be."
  • Bill Storey

    Bill Storey
    In the early '90s, before OG De Souza, this guy Bill Storey came to SF and ripped hard.
  • Remembering Curtis

    Remembering Curtis
    Old photos make the world go around; here's some rippers.
  • Style For Miles

    Style For Miles
    Old photos bring back many memories—some good, some sad. Here's some random shots to remember and never forget. Skating is like forever.
  • Jump Ramps

    Jump Ramps
    A couple photos from contests back in the day.
  • View Finder

    View Finder
    Long before the digital revolution, dudes had to set up the shots. Not quite rocket science but damn-near close. Shoebox pinhole.
  • Gearin' Up To Get Down

    Gearin' Up To Get Down
    Some photos of Neil Blender at the 24st BART station in San Francisco.
  • Epic Shots

    Epic Shots
    We dug into the crypt and found a new batch of gems for you. No rhyme or reason, other than epic shots from back in the day of Cab, Julien, Agnew, and TA.
  • S.U.A.S

    S.U.A.S
    The Shut Up And Skate contest hit Houston like a ton of bricks in 1988. Make no mistake—as vert was dying and street was coming in, these guys were still killing it. Here are a few gems that’ll have you dreaming of that old pad stentch.
  • Upland

    Upland
    Photos from Upland, CA.
  • Ocean Beach 1986

    Ocean Beach 1986
    Jim Thiebaud and Julien Stranger both blast off on a Summer day in The City, circa 1986. Love you guys.
  • SKATELINE: 08.11.2020

    SKATELINE: 08.11.2020
    Evan Smith's "Modern Frequency" part, Shane Oneill, Kader Sylla, Reese Salken's "Devils Reject" part, Chris "Cookie" Colbourn, Manramp and more in today's episode of Skateline.
  • Hall Of Meat: Kevin Bækkel

    Hall Of Meat: Kevin Bækkel
    Bækkel’s handled some of heaviest rails ever, but not without a few trip-ending slams. Never underestimate the front-truck betrayal.
  • Justin Sommer Raw and Uncut

    Justin Sommer Raw and Uncut
    Take in the technique from a double-set master, as Justin shows his work that closed out the Santa Cruz video strong.   
  • April Skateboards "Park Update"

    April Skateboards "Park Update"
    Shane, Yuto, Ronnie, Ish and the April clique come correct with a killer TF cut to cure the quarantine blues. Slick ground and smoother moves, these dudes don’t slip. 
  • Evan Smith's "Modern Frequency" Part

    Evan Smith's "Modern Frequency" Part
    Captain Cosmic keeps the hits coming with another part full of head-scratching hammers. Tune in and trip out—Evan is on one. 
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    The covers—front and back—should clue you in, but the September 2020 issue is chock full of LEGENDS. Up front, Darrell Stanton breaks down his June ’02 Classic Cover—the backside noseblunt down Clipper which is jaw dropping to this day, Gary Rogers pontificates on people he’s known, Clyde Singleton dishes on the chef life and his newfound sobriety, Alphonzo Rawls talks H-Street, art and skate footwear, Sal Barbier reminisces on his first big trip to CA from Louisiana, ‘80s pro Stephanie Person explains why nothing will ever be as hard as being a female skater, Karl Watson discusses Maxallure, his rider-owned biz supporting the next generation and we catch up with Forrest Edwards—and we’re not even halfway through the mag yet. Atiba Jefferson weighs in on the heroes and heavies who made him who he is today and we’ve got feature interviews with Ray Barbee, Kareem Campbell, Stevie Williams, Samarria Brevard, Steve Steadham, Robert Neal, Zion Wright, Marty Grimes, Kader Sylla, Ishod Wair and Nyjah Huston. Atiba sums up this mag with these poignant words: “This issue is a celebration of one of many cultures that have made an amazing impact on skateboarding… This is a story I have always been proud to be a part of, a story that has always been told by Thrasher and that we will continue to tell.”