• March 1997

    March 1997
    Cover: Eric Koston – Frontside Noseblunt Slide Photo: Ogden Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 1996 Skater of the Year Eric Koston and a twenty year retrospective of Thrasher's SOTYsAlso In This Issue: Crazy Chicago skating and a trip to EcuadorMusic Articles: Sick of it All, Reel Big Fish, Brutal and Blue Tip
  • May 1994

    May 1994
    Cover: “Hey, Do I Look Like A Street Skater?” Artwork By: Mark Gonzales Inside This Mag: The legacy of Laura Thornhill and interviews with Sean Sheffey and Matt Rodriguez Also In This Issue: Rad ams Matt Field, Nada Zipp and Doug SaenzMusic Articles: George Clinton, Sleep, De La Soul, Alcohol Funnycar, Galliano and Rancid
  • September 1991

    September 1991
    Cover: Brandon Chapman – Backside Disaster Photo: Starr Inside This Mag: Capitol Burnout #2 in Sacramento and tricks that have changed the course of historyAlso In This Issue: Step by step tricks, a course in the manufacturing and fabrication of skateboard decks, trucks and wheels and some skate fiction Music Articles: Sonic Youth, the Sisters of Mercy, Buglamp, the Hellbillys and Bad Brains
  • Meet the Scramblers 2022

    Meet the Scramblers 2022
    The Scramblers sound off on their fellow vanmates, Tim Savage's endless spotbook, Dylan's fanbase and the best rips from the road. Get to know 'em before you watch the full video.
  • The Mind Behind "SK4TERDIE": An Interview with Matt Taylor

    The Mind Behind "SK4TERDIE": An Interview with Matt Taylor
    Matt Taylor’s videos are packed with skits, sound effects, lightning-quick transitions and precise comedic timing. After watching the newest Skaterdie, we got him on the line to talk joke skating, influencers and how everything got to be too cool.
  • The "SK4TERDIE" Video

    The "SK4TERDIE" Video
    Pros, props and packed with personality, Matt Taylor’s newest installment of the Skaterdie series serves up some chuckles for all you comedy fans out there. It ain’t all circus tricks, though—Herbert Brown, Shane Powell and Dee Ostrander bring the hits.
  • Chandler Burton's "Castle Freak" THERE Part

    Chandler Burton's "Castle Freak" THERE Part
    Chandler’s provided glimpses over the years, but a full-bodied part loaded with hectic roof rides, dolphin flips and gothic costumes brings him to the next level.
  • Chandler Burton on Makeup, Monster and Making a Living

    Chandler Burton on Makeup, Monster and Making a Living
    After dropping his first pro part with THERE, Chandler hops in the hot seat to talk drag inspiration, early sobriety, imposter syndrome and the reality of living off skating in LA—as seen in our March ‘23 mag.
  • In The Mag
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    Emile Laurent finds a new line under the Burnside Bridge and lands himself on the cover, while features with Ishod, Tom Penny, and the Thrasher Vacation crew make this issue a must-have.