• Firing Line: Felipe Nunes

    Firing Line: Felipe Nunes
    Skateboarding is the best and Felipe is inspiring. This is 100% pure STOKE.
  • Firing Line: Evan Smith

    Firing Line: Evan Smith
    Evan mashes through a sparklingly smooth Aussie plaza. DC’s new Super Tour edit drops Monday.
  • Firing Line: Milton Martinez

    Firing Line: Milton Martinez
    Milton skates like a cannonball shot outta a cannon. If you think this line’s gnarly, wait ‘til you see the whole Indy Oz vid premiering on Monday. Smoookes is no joke!
  • Firing Line: John Dilo

    Firing Line: John Dilo
    Dilo got the flow and he knows how to end a Firing Line with a bang.
  • Firing Line: Tony Hawk

    Firing Line: Tony Hawk
    If your bag of tricks is fading and your body is aching, just remember that Tony is 50 years old and still the biggest skate rat in the world. Check out this line!
  • Firing Line: Torey Pudwill

    Firing Line: Torey Pudwill
    Torey whips up a couple two-piece combos at a lovely looking ledge spot.
  • Firing Line: Griffin Gass

    Firing Line: Griffin Gass
    Griffin is a certified powerhouse, stomping out tricks with prowess and power. This line is rock solid.
  • Firing Line: Tanner Van Vark

    Firing Line: Tanner Van Vark
    Tanner demonstrates some high level slappy skills on his way down the block.
  • Firing Line: Kevin Braun

    Firing Line: Kevin Braun
    This buttery downhill line is a pleasure to watch. Kevin is a smooth operator.
  • Firing Line: Ishod Wair

    Firing Line: Ishod Wair
    Everything about this is perfection. Ishod is in a league of his own.
  • One Week of CPH OPEN

    One Week of CPH OPEN
    This documentary is the first to genuinely capture the magic that is the Copenhagen Open. Channel the vibes with Oski, KB, Kevin White, Hjalte and so many more. CPHO should be on every skater’s bucket list. 
  • One Week of CPH OPEN Article

    One Week of CPH OPEN Article
    Arto documents the fast times of the CPH Open. See how he spent the week with Kevin White, KB, the Olsons and more of skateboarding’s all-time partygoers.
  • Soft Kill x Welcome Skateboards

    Soft Kill x Welcome Skateboards
    Welcome gets the singer from Soft Kill on the line to discuss music, addiction and their recent collaboration. 
  • Ray Barbee Slam City Skates Interview

    Ray Barbee Slam City Skates Interview
    Ray goes in on Future Primitive, Talking Heads, famous photographers and global skateboarding culture with Slam City.
  • Pedro Delfino's "Hell of a Year 2020" Interview

    Pedro Delfino's "Hell of a Year 2020" Interview
    Pedro’s rookie year had more than a few curve balls. Learn how he knocked it out of the park despite the pandemic, civil war fears and a serious case of impostor syndrome—from the Dec. ‘21 issue.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Nobody embodies the Thrasher spirit like John Cardiel, so it was a no-brainer for him to grace the cover of the 40th anniversary issue. Welcome to January 2021! The mag’s history is deep, and we go on a dive into the ‘80s with classic photos and unprinted gems from Thrasher’s first decade (‘90s coming next issue!) More history lessons with the 20 Greatest Covers Of All Times and rare Gnartifacts from the past 40 years. (Ever seen the first SOTY trophy? We hadn’t either until recently!) Elissa Steamer—one of the best to ever do it—weighs in on the Heroes + Heavies that she’s met along the way, and Sam Hitz breaks down the quintessential Skate Rock bands you need at every backyard session. On a more somber note, we bid a sad farewell to Keith Hufnagel with photos and heartfelt words from his close friends. Rip in peace, Huf. That ain’t all—Kevin Thatcher, the mag’s first Editor in Chief, gets grilled by Mike Burnett, Deathwish is on a deadline for their new vid and things are getting hectic and Neckface tells the tales of Phelps’ close encounters with death. You’re bummed if you miss any issues but skip this one and you’re crying all the way into 2022. Don’t blow it!