• Double Rock: Globe

    Double Rock: Globe
    Fresh off the heels of their ripping Portugal edit, the Globe crew lights The Rock on fire, leaving no obstacle unburned.
  • Double Rock: Dickies

    Double Rock: Dickies
    The Dickies squad rolled through and almost set D-Rock on fire. Here’s Tom Knox, Jake Hayes, Adrian Adrid, Zack Wallin, and Vincent Alvarez closes it out with some switch madness.
  • Double Rock: Santa Cruz Ams

    Double Rock: Santa Cruz Ams
    New Santa Cruz ams Jereme Knibbs and Maurio McCoy only needed few hours to unleash a firestorm inside the park. Damn!
  • Double Rock: Altamont

    Double Rock: Altamont
    Familiar faces plus some young rippers you might not be familiar with yet, the Altamont squad ripped The Rock and made it look easy.
  • Double Rock: Løvesick

    Double Rock: Løvesick
    They were only in town for a minute but the Løvesick crew made the most of it by bringing their feel-good flow through the park.
  • Double Rock: Blood Wizard

    Double Rock: Blood Wizard
    These guys can skate anything but they are transition wizards for sure. Here is the squad bouncing off the walls and having a blast.
  • Double Rock: Nike SB Euro

    Double Rock: Nike SB Euro
    When you're dealing with pure talent like these guys, you just point the camera and start stacking clips. Wow, these dudes are good.
  • Double Rock: FOFA

    Double Rock: FOFA
    The FOFA hardwear homies hit up Double Rock and and got buck with their bolts. Everybody came correct but Miles Silvas closed the curtains on the session.
  • Double Rock: DC Ams

    Double Rock: DC Ams
    Chase Webb leads the charge on The Rock before handing the baton to John Shanahan and Alexis Ramirez for DC Shoes.
  • Double Rock: Justin Henry

    Double Rock: Justin Henry
    Justin Henry clocked a few hours inside The Rock with his Ohio players in tow. Smooth stylings from the Buckeye state...
  • John Dilo's "Boss Fight" Interview

    John Dilo's "Boss Fight" Interview
    In his first interview since leveling up to the pro ranks, Dilo dishes out the secret to his relentless work ethic, the true meaning of boss fights and a grip of tiger facts. See all his savagery from our November 2020 mag.
  • Almost Presents John Dilo's "Boss Fight" Part

    Almost Presents John Dilo's "Boss Fight" Part
    The Floridian flicker kicks his first pro part into overdrive alongside Youness, Geronzi, Kim and the Almost squad. Dilo is the real deal-o!
  • Ryan Lay's "Offerings" for Slam City Skates

    Ryan Lay's "Offerings" for Slam City Skates
    Ryan Lay offers his thoughts on Ipath's Preview, Terrence Malick's Days of Heaven and his go-to tunes for video parts in this piece from Slam City Skates.
  • Dave Abair x Ft. Miley

    Dave Abair x Ft. Miley
    Toebock’s on the scene with Dave as he flips the hips and goes over the top at Miley.
  • Virtual Exposure 2020 Video Part Contest

    Virtual Exposure 2020 Video Part Contest
    This year’s Exposure contest is online. The best non-dudes will submit their sickest street, park or crew video by November 12th for a shot at that $50k prize purse and a feature on our homepage. Hurry up, the deadline is three weeks away!
  • In The Mag
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    John Shanahan makes some street coping sing on the cover of the Nov ’20 issue with a gap to mega Philly bar in Brooklyn. More East Coast carnage inside with Jon’s Thrasher interview conducted by the legendary Josh Kalis. Other skaters in the hot seat this month include freshly-minted Almost pro John Dilo, Dangerous Dane Burman (seen that Hope to Die part yet?!), Chris “Cobra” Cole (who is back on Zero with Dane and the Chief) and an exceptional interview with Leo Baker, Cher Strauberry and Stephen Ostrowski about their new brand, Glue skateboards. Expect good things. On the staycation tip, Girl and Volcom socially distanced themselves from LA by escaping to Simon Bannerot’s stomping grounds in the PNW. We could all be so lucky. Need more?! Raney Beres hems on the Heroes + Heavies who influenced him along the way, Chris “Rhino” Rooney takes us down memory lane with a gallery of his best photos to date, Julian Lewis lands on the Lunatic Fringe (and finds a spot in the Foundation van) and Manny Santiago weighs in on Five Great West Coast spots. And while all of the aforementioned content is reason enough to buy this issue, Ray Barbee’s first Krooked ad is in this one so you’re definitely gonna wanna snag a copy, cut that out and thumbtack it to your bedroom wall. Fall is here but this issue is hot as hell.