• Classic Covers: David Gonzalez

    Classic Covers: David Gonzalez
    He’s still a skate demon, but during the era of this cover David truly was possessed to skate. Photographers, filmers and other pro skaters regarded him as one of the gnarliest dudes ever. Here’s extended footage from his epic 2012 cover.
  • Classic Covers: Corey Duffel

    Classic Covers: Corey Duffel
    Corey breaks down a great day of spontaneous skateboarding that ultimately lead to his 2nd cover. 
  • Classic Covers: Geoff Rowley

    Classic Covers: Geoff Rowley
    Used to be that when people spoke of Hollywood High they were referring to the smaller rail. Geoff helped change that. This fs slider was groundbreaking stuff. 
  • Classic Covers: David Gonzalez

    Classic Covers: David Gonzalez
    David G talks about the kickflip front board that landed him on the cover back in 2008.
  • Classic Covers: Mark Appleyard

    Classic Covers: Mark Appleyard
    The year was 2001 and Mark Appleyard was in The ZONE, pushing the envelope every time he stepped on his board. Hell, we even gave him two covers in the same month! 
  • Classic Covers: Don Nguyen

    Classic Covers: Don Nguyen
    No stranger to the big drops, Nuge talks about the kickflip that landed him on the cover of our June 2009 mag. Rock and Roll, baby.
  • Classic Covers: Decenzo Brothers

    Classic Covers: Decenzo Brothers
    The family that slams together, stays together. Ryan and Scott take brotherly love to the next level.
  • Classic Covers: Marc Johnson

    Classic Covers: Marc Johnson
    One of the all-time greats, at one of skateboarding's coolest chunks of natural terrain. It doesn't get more classic than this...
  • Classic Covers: Jim Greco

    Classic Covers: Jim Greco
    Some skaters have their personality shine through both video parts and photography. This high-risk 5-0 cover just screams Greco.
  • Classic Covers: Sean Malto

    Classic Covers: Sean Malto
    A lot of skaters show up to the big Stanford Hubba with a trick in mind only to find out it's WAY bigger in person. Here's Malto describing his epic back noseblunt which made the front of the mag.
  • Free Dome's "Free Dream" Episode 1: Pedro Barros

    Free Dome's "Free Dream" Episode 1: Pedro Barros
    Practically born on a board, Pedro blasts head-high airs in Venice and hits the ditches with Rowley. This might be what’s missing in your life.
  • Gilbert Crockett's "Alright, OK" Raw Files

    Gilbert Crockett's "Alright, OK" Raw Files
    Rocking Richmond’s crustiest cuts and corporate quarters, Gilbert pulled out all the stops in his astonishing Vans part. Dude’s got grit.
  • The All-New K5 Trucks from Krux

    The All-New K5 Trucks from Krux
    Fresh out the foundry, the K5s are ready to ride with hella grind clearance. Scope the specs with a rundown only Krux could get away with.
  • Michael Mackrodt's "Fishing Lines: Taiwan" Video

    Michael Mackrodt's "Fishing Lines: Taiwan" Video
    Michael and his intrepid explorers suss out highly desirable spots in Taiwan, including a literal golden wave. You won’t see this anywhere else.
  • Dickies' "The Sam and Joe Show" with Jamie Foy

    Dickies' "The Sam and Joe Show" with Jamie Foy
    Sam and Joe from Dickies kick off their new web show, talkin’ to Jamie Foy about building up the confidence for big rails and Deathwish missions.
  • 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.