Sneak Peek: January 2015


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.



They may have lost the World Series, but Ishod Wair brings some shine to Kansas City with this hectic double-set tailslide. Photo: Morf



Torey Pudwill is the king of the backside tailslide. You know it’s True. Photo: Burnett



Blake Carpenter has the techest tricks in Dekline’s True Blue but is always down to take a drop. Bump to blast-off in Burbank. Photo: Burnett




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Brandon Westgate upsets the natural order of things (again). Boardslide up a rail you’d be stoked to slide down. Photo: Cronan

  • The Pioneers: Firsts in Black Skateboarding

    The Pioneers: Firsts in Black Skateboarding
    We owe a big debt to the Black skaters who paved the way. Check the history to see the trailblazers who made it happen and made skateboarding better for all. As seen in our September '20 issue.
  • Fatback: REAL East Coast

    Fatback: REAL East Coast
    Fatback brings you the best clips between the bangers in VA, Philly and beyond. Hoppin’ blocks and dorkin’ off, Ishod, K-Walks, Christian and the crew play hard and slay hard.
  • GT'S "Magic Maka Bus: ATL to Tampa" Article

    GT'S "Magic Maka Bus: ATL to Tampa" Article
    Rolling 25 deep, GT and company wreak havoc from Atlanta to Tampa, surfing hotel pools, spray-painting bald spots and ripping every backyard paradise along the way. Hang on tight, there’s no buckles on this bus. From our June '20 mag.  
  • GT'S "Magic Maka Bus" Video

    GT'S "Magic Maka Bus" Video
    Gas up the tank and head south as GT and the Maka Lassi posse crush every inch of concrete from ATL to FL. HEAVY revs with the crew.
  • Brooklyn Banks "A Retrospective Video" By R.B. Umali

    Brooklyn Banks "A Retrospective Video" By R.B. Umali
    R.B. Umali’s tapes catalog major players from numerous decades, from OGs like Harold, Clyde, Javier and Huf to contemporaries like Westgate and Ishod. We’re forever indebted to The Banks.