• Hall Of Meat: Corey Glick

    Hall Of Meat: Corey Glick
    Corey gets a harsh lower back adjustment on this bump to bar to bash.
  • Hall of Meat: Jamie Foy

    Hall of Meat: Jamie Foy
    This is like watching a superhero lose all of his powers. Jamie is one of the most fearless skaters of all time but here he gets devastated. We love ya, Jamie! You good?
  • Hall of Meat: Braden Hoban

    Hall of Meat: Braden Hoban
    The good news is there was no knock-out. The bad news is Braden’s wide awake to feel lightning bolts of pain. 
  • Hall Of Meat: Chase Webb

    Hall Of Meat: Chase Webb
    Chase is an fearless rail-rider but he got stumped by this monster in the woods.
  • Hall of Meat: Jason Thurtle

    Hall of Meat: Jason Thurtle
    Not sure if we’ve ever included a "Graphic Content!" warning on the website before. But we have now. This jaw-breaker is brutal and we wish Jason a full recovery.
  • Hall Of Meat: Dave Mull

    Hall Of Meat: Dave Mull
    Dave is a creative madman but he also attacks monster spots. This rail ate him alive.
  • Hall Of Meat: Evan Dineen

    Hall Of Meat: Evan Dineen
    This knobbed, kinked rail is one mean-looking spot. Evan attacks the beats and gets battered.
  • Hall of Meat: Dilip Kharel

    Hall of Meat: Dilip Kharel
    Bump to bars can be unforgiving to skaters but this one was just nasty.
  • Hall of Meat: Peter Hewitt

    Hall of Meat: Peter Hewitt
    Even concrete kings sometimes take a hard plunge from the top rope. Hewitt plays around and then lays around.
  • Hall Of Meat: Tyson Peterson

    Hall Of Meat: Tyson Peterson
    Tyson’s skating usually makes it look easy, but this brutal bash sure looks difficult. 
  • Jack O'Grady's "Kitsch" Part

    Jack O'Grady's "Kitsch" Part
    This dude is a damn animal! High-speed assaults on EVERYTHING in his path, taking no prisoners. Hell YES.
  • Hell of a Year: Milton Martinez

    Hell of a Year: Milton Martinez
    Milton is Skate and Destroy personified, a wrecking ball catapulting through the air at mach speed. His ¡Demolición! part blew the doors off the internet, an unequivocal treasure of skateboarding stoke.
  • Rowan Zorilla's "Baker 4" Interview

    Rowan Zorilla's "Baker 4" Interview
    The sequence at the end of Rowan’s interview is worth the visit alone, but hell, might as well read what the man has to say while you’re there! From the Jan ’19 issue of the mag.
  • RIP IN PEACE: Jon Comer

    RIP IN PEACE: Jon Comer
    Jon was a pioneering champion for disabled skaters and practically made his invisible with an attitude and attack on the board true to his Texas roots. He knew there were others in way worse situations. Glad to have had some great sessions with you. Our deepest condolences to the Comer family. –Sam Hitz
  • Loveletters Season 10: Hawaii

    Loveletters Season 10: Hawaii
    If skating was born from surfing and surfing originated in Hawaii then Hawaii is skateboarding's mecca.
  • In The Mag
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    Figgy’s got the laser vision as he rings in 2020 with a gap to front feeble. In years past, Figgy was seeing double. This time around, he’s bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. The long awaited Baker 4 is finally here. We got a colossal 53-page article, including interviews with the rookies and the vets—Rowan, Kader, T-Funk, Elissa, Baca, the Boss himself plus many more. Baker 4-ever. Alex Midler risks it all and takes the win at our Bust or Bail contest. Nut up or shut up, right Alex? The wrecking crew wreaks havoc in Canada; the chaos includes the Pabich bros, Pedro Delfino, Ducky Kovacs, Corey Glick, and Ronnie Sandoval with some special appearances by Johnny Layton, Birdman, and Gonz. Canada’s going to have a hard time recovering from this one, eh? The heaviness continues with interviews from Davis Torgerson, Ryan Sheckler and Gustav Tønnesen. Tommy Wright III, Beach Fossils and Obituary were amongst the many artists at Death Match NYC, we got the full recap right here. Sit back, relax, and feast your eyes on this.