• Firing Line: Austyn Gillette

    Firing Line: Austyn Gillette
    With an interview in the mag and a Hell on Wheels in the pipeline, you could say Austyn Gillette's been putting in work. He captures today's Firing Line with speed and power—dude is sick.
  • Firing Line: Mark Suciu

    Firing Line: Mark Suciu
    Mark Suciu's got it, and over the next few years you'll be seeing a lot of him. This line will undoubtedly leave you wanting more, but never fear—he's been spending a lot of time at Double Rock lately…
  • Firing Line: Pat Burke

    Firing Line: Pat Burke
    Pat Burke starts off Slave's Skatepark Round-up week with a speedy Firing Line.
  • Firing Line: Chima Ferguson

    Firing Line: Chima Ferguson
    March 2010 cover boy Chima Ferguson checks in with a clean Firing Line. Must be nice.
  • Firing Line: Guru Khalsa

    Firing Line: Guru Khalsa
    Finding a non-knobbed ledge spot in SF can be a challenge. Guru Khalsa located this hidden gem in an often overlooked neighborhood.
  • Firing Line: Dave Bachinsky

    Firing Line: Dave Bachinsky
    Another Firing Line straight from the mean streets: Dave Bachinsky. Black Rock. Downtown SF. First-try line before security even knew what hit ’em.
  • Firing Line: Dennis Busenitz

    Firing Line: Dennis Busenitz
    Firing Line is a new tradition. One dude. One line. No skatepark footy or carcass tossin' down a schoolyard stack. This is pure street skating—and who better to show you exactly what we mean than Dennis Busenitz?
  • The "Harlow Factor" Video

    The "Harlow Factor" Video
    Skating and graffiti collide in this raw depiction of Melbourne, with Andrew Currie and Jeremiah Corea leading the charge. Enjoy the show.
  • Cold Call: Lizzie Armanto

    Cold Call: Lizzie Armanto
    Lizzie’s got a green thumb and a deep bag of moves on her backyard ramp. Check the session with Burman, Ronnie, Axel and Allysha joining the jam.
  • Patrick Christian: The Art of Industrial Design

    Patrick Christian: The Art of Industrial Design
    Abstract art can take limitless forms. On the other end of the artistic spectrum is the almost photo-realistic illustrations of industrial design. We interviewed a skater with this unique talent.
  • Bronson's "Life in the Fast Lane" with Nicole Hause

    Bronson's "Life in the Fast Lane" with Nicole Hause
    Nicole lights up park lines, leaves the locals some presents and talks Minnesota skating in this clip for Bronson.
  • New Pro Thunder Trucks from Shane O'Neill & Tyson Peterson

    New Pro Thunder Trucks from Shane O'Neill & Tyson Peterson
    Shane and Tyson get the official pro-truck treatment from Thunder. Lock in with a fresh set. 
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Fans of GT, your issue is here! ATL’s finest lobs a lofty kickflip to claim the cover of our July mag, shot by the one and only Atiba Jefferson—legendary shit on both fronts! As if that wasn’t enough, Grant gets his own back, gracing the Contents page with a massive transfer at Garvanza. And further in we pack the pages with a full-scale LA takeover from Grant, Ishod, Ribeiro, Boserup and Nike’s Constant squad. Flip the pages and you’ll find all the answers you need to building your first shitty DIY. If you want some insanity, Shane Farber wreaks havoc in the Lunatic Fringe feature, bustin’ up the LA High banks and staring down death drops. Doesn’t stop there, Ryan Decenzo recounts the tale of his knee-risking bank bomb at the LA River. Then we got Sean Malto listing off 5 Greats on everything from Carroll quotes to condiments. Beagle’s People I’ve Known dishes on Reynolds, Herm, HK, J-Wray, Phelper and more. Searching for something Supreme? Ben Kadow's That’s My Shit will crack you up and give you the fix you need. OC homies Figgy and Collin Provost go head to head in a lightning round about early mentors, first sponsors and their biggest ollies. Next up in one of our most bittersweet photo features, we pay tribute to the singular Joe Hammeke with flicks, family photos and stories upon stories from his life well-lived. RIP, Hambone, you were one of the best we’ve had. In tales of up-and-coming rippers, Joey O’Brien and Kaue Cossa heat things up in their Heads interviews. Beyond the beach, Ace Pelka, Leo Romero, Jeremy Leabres, Salba and Jalba spend some time in the California Badlands. As always, your much-needed recovery from the carnage comes by way of the Zounds interviews. This month we got Billy Strings, Bongzilla and Rough Francis to soothe your weary eyes. Every mag is worth it’s weight in gold, but this is a must-have. Buy it now or forever live as a someone who missed the fuck out.