Old, Crusty Shit…
Old, crusty shitt...well, the mag has tons of it. Here's some gems to gander at while you're in your cubicle. Timeless.
Posted: February 25th, 2010
Doc Martins, back Smith, Lee Ralph—talkin' legend.
New Deal's first pro, Danny Corbet Sargent, at China banks with a frontside hurricane.
Eddie Reategui hoists a fat indy in WC Fields' backyard. An outtake from his interview.
Sacto '86, Neil Blender hand-outs over the hood of a car. Cars were the rage at skate contests back in the day.
In 1981, this was the set-up: Santa Cruz Duane Peters, Indy 169s, and Blackhearts. Micro-edge carve at the old park in Irvine.
Gator liens at Lopes' channel on a vintage Vision log.
Tony Hawk pretzel indy in contest form. Backside ollie in, ride it out.
Mini-ramp contest in Vancover was off the charts. Neil Blender presses a fastplant a-la Duane.
The inventor of the Smith invert and Smith grind, Mike Smith screams upon re-entry at Kona in 1982. The oldest skatepark still running.
Natas Kaupas jumps for joy in the early handrail days. (Drunk Injuns shirt.)
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