• Firing Line: Ron Whaley

    Firing Line: Ron Whaley
    Under a canopy of trees, Ron glides through a sweet line. His footage is always worth its weight in gold. Happy birthday, Ron!
  • Firing Line: Ronnie Sandoval

    Firing Line: Ronnie Sandoval
    Ronnie treats himself to a proper reward after barnstorming a backyard bowl. Congrats on turning pro for Krooked!
  • Firing Line: Welcome

    Firing Line: Welcome
    The Welcome warlocks know there's power in numbers. Rick Fabro, Daniel Vargas and Ryan Townley conjure up a concrete trifecta for the Skate Gods. Three really is the magic number.
  • Firing Line: Oskar Rozenberg

    Firing Line: Oskar Rozenberg
    Oskar flows around this DIY park and effortlessly attacks that tall corner.
  • Firing Line: Gavin Nolan

    Firing Line: Gavin Nolan
    Gavin spins a quick no-push line at a killer waterfront ledge spot.
  • Firing Line: Chima Ferguson

    Firing Line: Chima Ferguson
    The spot provides the speed so Chima’s feet never hit the ground. Wham, bam, thank you, ma’am. Quick, but oh so sweet. 
  • Firing Line: Greyson Fletcher

    Firing Line: Greyson Fletcher
    Greyson is a one-man wrecking crew. This bowl never stood a chance...
  • Firing Line: Rick McCrank

    Firing Line: Rick McCrank
    Crankers takes it to Hastings, one of skateboarding’s sacred concrete monuments and manages to make the park look small.
  • Firing Line: Antoine Asselin

    Firing Line: Antoine Asselin
    Antoine blazes through a Southern California schoolyard, taking full advantage of the smooth ‘crete and pop-enhancing bumps.
  • Firing Line: Franky Villani

    Firing Line: Franky Villani
    Franky makes good use of a one-of-a-kind Spanish ledge spot.
  • Mason Silva: A REAL Short Part

    Mason Silva: A REAL Short Part
    Mason keeps up his ungodly pace, blasting over bars and scraping out heavy Smiths for REAL. Must be SOTY season…
  • Westernworld's "FFFurther" Video

    Westernworld's "FFFurther" Video
    Unearthed P-Spliff clips spark the relentless street ripping before Zane, Berg and the Westernworld crew carry the torch. Turn this up as loud as it goes. 
  • Ethan Loy's "Pro Debut" Interview

    Ethan Loy's "Pro Debut" Interview
    After switching editors, getting shot at in New Mexico and adding some last-minute hail marys, Element’s newest pro is ready to show his work. See how he hits the homestretch of this dreadful year in stride.
  • Ethan Loy's "Pro Debut" Part

    Ethan Loy's "Pro Debut" Part
    No knob, crack or kink can keep Ethan from stacking clips. Shredding to the sweet sound of Pavement, he overpowers every obstacle in his path. PRO AF!!!
  • Raney Beres: Heroes and Heavies

    Raney Beres: Heroes and Heavies
    Raney pays tribute to the bowl burners and trailblazers that inspire his constant carnage. Read on to see him skate fast and honor the past in our November '20 issue.
  • In The Mag
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    Elijah Berle finds the line and grinds onto the December 2020 front with a 50-50 at at a not-so-hidden LA kinker. More Berle inside as he and this year’s heaviest rippers weigh in on what a F#CKED UP year 2020 has turned out to be. SOTY trophy with a face mask? Who knows… One of our faves, Franky Villani has a feature interview complete with his excellent artwork. Portland’s Burnside Skatepark is turning 30 on Halloween and we tell its story from the first bag of concrete to its latest pour. God Bless B-Side! Ben Nordberg goes from the coping to the catwalk, dishing on the life of a male model, and we check in with the Duran Fam (Elijah, Mariah and Zeke) in Albuquerque to talk about shredding with your siblings. Need a laugh? Neckface pontificates on people he’s known and holds no punches. Neck don’t play! Two-thousand-twenty might have been kinda wack, but the last mag of the year sure doesn’t suck. Next month… our 40th anniversary issue!