• 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.
  • Orville Peck Interview

    Orville Peck Interview
    The mysterious performer Orville Peck has managed to draw a dedicated following ranging from country fans, punks, pop enthusiasts and everyone in between. Writing from the heart and keeping showmanship a priority has proven to be a successful combination. We were stoked to hear he's down with the mag.
  • Pablo Day 2020

    Pablo Day 2020
    Mamma Spliff organized a beautiful day of remembrance for her son Pablo Ramirez. Embrace the love and magic in this video right here.
  • New from Krooked

    New from Krooked
    New boards for Bobby, Cromer, Manderson and rest of the team fill the new Krooked catalog, along with some nice photos and a wicked Eddie Cernicky remix part to Van Halen. The loot looks good.
  • Jenny's "Medusa Headlock" Video

    Jenny's "Medusa Headlock" Video
    Through cracks and crusty 'crete, the Jenny team tears through every curb cut and ledge they encounter on the streets of Canada. It’s alright to stare. 
  • Emerica's "Green" Premiere Photos

    Emerica's "Green" Premiere Photos
    The Emerica team got dolled up in Long Beach to show off their new video, Green, along with a one-off all-gold Dickson. See who made it out in their cleanest flannel for the good times, good friends and great skating.
  • In The Mag
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    Knock, knock. Who’s there? Jack O’Grady with a backside 50-50 on a massive marble hubba, that’s who! These Am Scramblers are no F-ing joke! Jack O’Grady, Aaron Goure, Jesse Lindloff, Gage Boyle, Griffin Gass, Jacopo Carozzi, Ish Cepeda, Myles Willard, Breana Geering and Giovanni Vianna filled up the vans this year and we have the deets on it all. The Scramble gets hotter each year. And speaking of epic road trips, Chocolate’s new ams—Hakeem, Carl and James—make the trek from Toronto to Jersey City to eat Garbage Plates and gobble up spots. Up front we have Milton Martinez’s SOTY party recap. Smoookes! Think you’ve got what it takes to become a professional amateur? Your favorite TM’s spill the beans on how to make it in the biz. Mark Appleyard breaks down his five great claims to fame AND we’ve got the annual T-Eddy awards, where even the losers are winners. Zounds-wise, Orville Peck talks about being openly gay in the country-music world and Population Control and Plague Vendor beat some eardrums into submission. Kids, don’t try this at home!