• My War: Zane Timpson

    My War: Zane Timpson
    Zane respects the legacy of the Hunter’s Point Sundial and adds to its history with the heaviest huck so far. You gotta be willing to bleed.
  • My War: Sammy Baca

    My War: Sammy Baca
    Baca got broke off going big for Baker 4, but no words can describe his dedication quite like this video. Twenty-seven bus trips from Vegas paid off in the end.  
  • My War: Miles Silvas

    My War: Miles Silvas
    Five trips, four years and one epic switch back heel crossed off the NBD list, Miles' victory at Wallenberg didn’t come easy. This is one helluva battle. 
  • My War: Milton Martinez

    My War: Milton Martinez
    From the history of the Car Wash to the physical and mental obstacles necessary to overcome, this is truly a My War for the ages, complete with broken bones and creeping cops. However, a heaping dose of the Old Man’s everlasting stoke pushed Milton's fight to the finish. Skateboarding will never be the same...
  • My War: Clive Dixon

    My War: Clive Dixon
    This is the kind of video that makes palms sweaty and the body tingle with anxiety. Clive harkens to the days of Jeremy Wray atop a water tower. It doesn’t get much heavier than this...
  • My War: Zion Wright

    My War: Zion Wright
    Zion took a ludicrously gnarly trick to one of skateboarding’s most iconic proving grounds. This guy is on another level.
  • My War: Chris Joslin

    My War: Chris Joslin
    Bad weather, crowds, security, injuries. This battle is brutal! Chris stomps an epic blizzard-flip over and over and yet a roll-away requires an all-out war.
  • My War: Pedro Delfino

    My War: Pedro Delfino
    We have over 37 years of covers on record, but this shot is one of the best of all-time. Pedro carved down a steep grade, leaped onto somebody’s house, and the rest is history. Here’s a battle for the books. Enjoy...
  • My War: Miles Silvas

    My War: Miles Silvas
    Miles' marathon line is about more than just skill, it’s a battle of mental endurance. Here’s a glimpse behind-the-scenes of a truly amazing feat.
  • My War: Chase Webb

    My War: Chase Webb
    There are mega-kinkers and then there’s THIS, a super mutant-rail that really has no business being skated. However, Chase is a psycho and launched himself into the history books with a hellacious one-two knockout punch.
  • SKATELINE: 01.27.2021

    SKATELINE: 01.27.2021
    Nyjah leaves Element, Hart Pullman’s Nahmagine part, Krooked in Mexico, John Shanahan, Kader and more in today’s episode of Skateline.
  • The "Santuario" Video

    The "Santuario" Video
    Proving they’re rougher than the streets of Uruguay, Federico Rossotti and Emilio Dufour ravage their local spots and go back to back on the hubba attack. Montevideo’s not messin’ around.
  • Nora Vasconcellos' "Rendezvous" Part for OJ Wheels

    Nora Vasconcellos' "Rendezvous" Part for OJ Wheels
    Nora rips around Maui throwin’ big airs and stylin’ on the stalls for OJ.
  • RIP in Peace: Henry Gartland

    RIP in Peace: Henry Gartland
    I never thought this is how we would say goodbye, but let us remember and celebrate the life of E. Henry Gartland today, tomorrow and every time we step on our skateboards. We skate for you, Hank. —Eric Palozzolo
  • ROUGH CUT: John Shanahan's "Cargo Sneaker" Part

    ROUGH CUT: John Shanahan's "Cargo Sneaker" Part
    When motivation runs low, make a bet to eat some cat food to reignite the spark. Shanahan gets the clips without chomping on the Meow Mix.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Almost 20 years after Darrell Stanton’s cover, Carlos Ribeiro pays homage and hits Clipper with a switch backside noseblunt, landing square on the front of the February 2021 issue. Crack the back and find another history maker—Alex Midler’s Illegal Civ ender, a backside 270 ollie into the Sunset Carwash. WTF? More IC inside as we chat with Davonte Jolly about his new full-length vid GODSPEED. If the new year’s got you feeling nostalgic, look no further—we dip back into the ‘90s for a photo feature including The Phelper, Carroll, Stranger, Speyer, Hensley, Jovontae, Muska and more legends. Interview-wise, Dominick Walker gets grilled about living in Nyjah’s park, his push to turn pro and teaching the stars (or at least their kids) how to skate. Nick Michel, Henry Gartland and John Worthington all get the Heads treatment and Nora Vasconcellos chats with Ryan Townley about art, being a dog dad and filming for his new Layers part. Need a laugh? Check the Darren Navarrette People I’ve Known feature—the Vertical Vampire’s history goes deep. Finally, for all you music fanatics we’ve got interviews with Mogwai, Thurston Moore, Baptists and more. Start your year off right and plant your face into this issue.