• Tyson Bowerbank's "Almost Time" Part

    Tyson Bowerbank's "Almost Time" Part
    Nobody spins like Tyson. After unleashing in Salt Lake’s streets he keeps the heat on, breaking back-three ground in Barci. Wrap your head around this one. 
  • John Dilo's "Welcome to Almost" Part

    John Dilo's "Welcome to Almost" Part
    Mega-pop, manual mastery, and a ferocious flick - Dilo never disappoints. 
  • Yuri Facchini's "Double Up" Part

    Yuri Facchini's "Double Up" Part
    Yuri's skating is always a treat to behold and this full part is a pleasant surprise. He is a board control maestro and his pop and catch are second to none.
  • 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!
  • Youness Amrani's "Comfort Zone" Part

    Youness Amrani's "Comfort Zone" Part
    Youness filmed this project completely within the friendly confines of his home country of Belgium, but there’s nothing easy or comfortable about the staggering things he’s able to do on a skateboard. Cheers to another jaw-dropping part from Mr. Amrani.
  • New from Almost

    New from Almost
    Check out all of the new boards from Almost in their Spring '19 catalog.
  • New from Almost

    New from Almost
    Check out all of the new boards from Almost in their Fall '18 catalog.
  • New from Almost

    New from Almost
    Check out all of the new boards from Almost for Spring '18.
  • Almost a Minute Ep.7

    Almost a Minute Ep.7
    Almost linked up with their flow riders Andrew and Jesus who skate for Warning skateshop.
  • Almost World Report: Oslo

    Almost World Report: Oslo
    Almost brings you this Michael Sommer VX part filmed entirely in his hometown of Oslo.
  • DC SHOES X BRONZE56K: "LUKODA"

    DC SHOES X BRONZE56K: "LUKODA"
    Jahmir Brown, John Shanahan, Shaun Paul and the squad pack a potent punch. DC is donating the US and Canada online sales from it's Bronze56K collab to the BLM movement. 
  • ILLEGAL CIV

    ILLEGAL CIV
    From the birth of a movement to the present day, Mikey narrates the story of Illegal Civ. 
  • HUF x Haroshi Justice Tee

    HUF x Haroshi Justice Tee
    HUF’s Haroshi sculpture was recently transformed from a FU to a symbol of unity and justice. Raise a finger to racism this weekend and help out Black Lives Matter LA. 
  • Skaters Vote

    Skaters Vote
    The big one's coming up and Skaters Vote makes it easy to register. We've got a responsibility to be part of the process. Let's make our votes count!
  • Cyril Jackson's "SURVIVAL" Part

    Cyril Jackson's "SURVIVAL" Part
    Cyril destroys ledges and soars over triple sets with power and style. This is one helluva video part.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    T-Funk’s rides a rarely-seen backside stalefish down a wall, carving out a spot on the July 2020 front. More DC action inside as John Gardner (DC team rider and team manager) dishes on flutes, the aforementioned Funk, Euro missions and their upcoming Domino flick. Most notably this issue contains our own love letter to Jeff Grosso—containing epic photos from grom Grosso to elder statesman and tales of Mothra from those who knew him best. Jeff’s enthusiasm for skating was contagious and his willingness to tell it like it is and share his love for our culture will live on forever. RIP in peace, Grosso. Pop-quiz time! Alexis Ramirez sits down and takes the Thrasher Test while his newest Sk8Mafia teammate Alex Willms gets a Heads interview. Need more Mafia? We interview Brandon Turner about his rise from child prodigy to certified SD legend (and all the bumps along the way). This one’s heavy. And we ain’t done yet—Chris Wimer also gets the Heads-interview treatment, Fred Gall breaks down some crusty skate spots he’s known over the years, Salomon Cardenas tells the tale of breaking a testicle in half, the resurrection of Skarfing Material has Ben Kadow serving up a recipe for Refrigerator Soup and we dive into the worst ads to have ever appeared in Thrasher. Bored during quarantine? This one will keep you busy until it’s safe to creep in the streets again.