• Justin Drysen's "Venture" Part

    Justin Drysen's "Venture" Part
    The feet move like lightning, the spot selection is prime and Justin Drysen shows us he’s on a level all his own. Venture doing big things...
  • Miika Adamov's "Can't Teach That" Part

    Miika Adamov's "Can't Teach That" Part
    Miika makes his skateboard do magical things, and it doesn’t hurt that it’s paired with the music of our beloved Mac Dre. It’s raining game in Northern California...
  • Max Geronzi's "Back to the '80s" Part

    Max Geronzi's "Back to the '80s" Part
    Everything in this part is aesthetically excellent and oozing with style. The fact that Max is doing it all on an ancient axe is out of this world. Damn!
  • Simon Jensen's "Welcome to Krooked" Part

    Simon Jensen's "Welcome to Krooked" Part
    Pair up Simon's effortless style with the smooth sounds of Gil Scott-Heron and you have a video part that’s refreshing for the ears and easy on the eyes.
  • Remembering Phil Shao

    Remembering Phil Shao
    20 years ago we lost Phil Shao. He was tragically killed in a car accident while back on the road after rehabbing his knee from ACL surgery. He embodied the archetype for modern day "all terrain" skating with 110% raw power. Style and brains eternal, we love you Phil Shao! —Bryce Kanights
  • Lizzie Armanto's "Fire" Part

    Lizzie Armanto's "Fire" Part
    Lizzie sets the skateboarding world ablaze, crushing coping, taking flight, and even flipping herself upside down. HEAVY part!
  • Bucky Lasek's "Buck-It List" Part

    Bucky Lasek's "Buck-It List" Part
    Hard to believe there's a trick that Bucky Lasek hasn't done in his 30+ year career. But then he goes and drops this NBD-a-thon. No comply a 12-foot channel? No comprende!
  • Dylan Witkin's "A Concrete Forest" Part

    Dylan Witkin's "A Concrete Forest" Part
    From hefty handrails to padless vert sessions, Dylan makes himself right at home. Nothing like a truly all-terrain video part to kick off the first week of 2016. Cheers!
  • Yoshi Tanenbaum's "Transplants" Part

    Yoshi Tanenbaum's "Transplants" Part
    Gotta love all the East Coast ripping we've had on the site lately. Yoshi chalks up another one for the right side with guts and power.
  • Jack Olson's "The Lair" Part

    Jack Olson's "The Lair" Part
    There's no sponsor more important than the shop that's held you down from the beginning. Jack is really, really good. Enjoy...
  • New Balance's "String Theory" Case Files: Tom Karangelov

    New Balance's "String Theory" Case Files: Tom Karangelov
    The HB spot hunter harvested too many clips for just one part. Don’t miss every extra rail bash, soaking-wet slam and hairball hippie jump as he attacks his top-secret locales.  
  • Illegal Civ NOHO

    Illegal Civ NOHO
    Run up those coments and help bring North Hollywood to the masses.
  • Jeff Grosso: A Skateboard Love Affair 1968–2020

    Jeff Grosso: A Skateboard Love Affair 1968–2020
    His love for skateboarding was absolute and he wanted to share it with everybody. Swipe through our celebration of Grosso’s life, a singular voice we lost way too soon. From the July 2020 mag. 
  • Pat VX Mix "Pretty 2019" Video

    Pat VX Mix "Pretty 2019" Video
    A heavy remix of double-set sessions, packed premiere hijinx, gory slams and good times from ATL’s Pretty crew in 2019—you might question their methods, but you can’t deny the results.
  • Lovenskate's "Tea and Biscuits" Video

    Lovenskate's "Tea and Biscuits" Video
    Alex and Jordan slip through a magic wardrobe into a dimension with miniramp runs so nuts they give Cheese and Crackers a run for its money. Throw this on before your next coping dance.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Nyjah back tails the living hell out of the UCI 18, sliding squarely onto the Aug 2020 front. Crack the spine and dig into more carnage. On the travel tip, Santa Cruz devours Argentina and has the meat sweats to prove it while Indy Bondos and battles the 13 colonies. Yes, there will be blood. Interview-wise, Evan Smith gushes on Grimple and Cedric Pabich, Curren Caples and Harry Lintell all get the Heads treatment. The state of The Brooklyn Banks may be unknown, but its legacy is fully intact—check our retrospective of the East Coast stronghold and sign the petition to Save The Banks. Need a laugh? Dig into the Frank Gerwer “People I’ve Known” article. Need a pick-me-up? Pour over our “Skaters in Love” feature and feel the good vibes wash over you. Need some inspiration? Read our Run The Jewels interview in Zounds and fuel up to fight the power. Need some parenting advice? Let Trae the Tank’s dad set you straight. You’re probably going to need to wash your hands after finishing this issue because it’s F’n sick.