• Classics: MIke Carroll "The Chocolate Tour"

    Classics: MIke Carroll "The Chocolate Tour"
    Mike Carroll and Andre Nickatina. Does it get any better? Cory Kennedy introduces this classic part from The Chocolate Tour. Let's take it back to 1999.
  • Classics: Neil Blender G&S 1990

    Classics: Neil Blender G&S 1990
    Sean Gutierrez digs deep and pulls out Neil Blender's G&S footage from '90 for this Classics.
  • Classics: Gino Iannucci 1993

    Classics: Gino Iannucci 1993
    Frank Gerwer introduces Gino's true classic part from 101's Snuff. Let the skating do the rest.
  • Classics: Ed Templeton "Welcome To Hell"

    Classics: Ed Templeton "Welcome To Hell"
    Ed's been a part of skating in pretty much every capacity: Pro skater, filmer, photographer, artist, company owner, and driving the damn van. Here's to three decades. Matt Bennett introduces a 1996 Toy Machine classic.
  • Classics: Christian Hosoi "Speed Freaks"

    Classics: Christian Hosoi "Speed Freaks"
    Hosoi's skating is tough to describe; it's best to just watch and enjoy. David Gonzalez is a true fan of skateboarding, and here he introduces a 1989 classic.
  • Classics: Keith Hufnagel "Non-Fiction"

    Classics: Keith Hufnagel "Non-Fiction"
    His skating represents New York City, San Francisco and everything in between. Josh Matthews introduces a classic part from Real's 1997 vid.
  • Classics: Van Wastell "Gnar Gnar"

    Classics: Van Wastell "Gnar Gnar"
    The raw footage and loose edit of this 2007 Krooked vid shows how rad and talented Van really was. Mike Anderson introduces a classic.
  • Classics: Scott Johnston "Chocolate Tour"

    Classics: Scott Johnston "Chocolate Tour"
    A short part can have a big impact, but only if every trick counts and, together, truly represent a skater's style. Here's a perfect example. Kevin Terpening introduces a 1999 classic.
  • Classics: Tim Jackson "Risk It"

    Classics: Tim Jackson "Risk It"
    Crawling on walls and having fun, Tim was a true original who created his own wild skate chapter in the 1990 Speed Wheels video. Geoff Rowley introduces a classic.
  • Classics: Jason Dill "Photosynthesis"

    Classics: Jason Dill "Photosynthesis"
    This closing part from the 2000 Alien Workshop vid is regarded as one of the great, seamless blends of skating, filming, editing, and music. Spanky introduces a true classic.
  • ROUGH CUT: Yuri Facchini's "For the Culture" Part

    ROUGH CUT: Yuri Facchini's "For the Culture" Part
    Yuri’s ability to escape unscathed from high-stakes bails is a discipline in its own. Add that to his penchant for perfection and you’ve got a sight to behold.
  • That's My Shit: Ben Kadow

    That's My Shit: Ben Kadow
    Eating alone, obscure health vibes, and a SOTY strategy we’ve never seen, Ben’s interests are as bold as they are entertaining. See what he’s diggin’ with this piece from our July, ‘21 mag.
  • The "Sourdough" Video

    The "Sourdough" Video
    A pack of Vancouver rippers cooks up a hot full-length stuffed with crusty spots, hijinks and high-quality clips. Get some.
  • Jesse Boudreau's "Bones" Part

    Jesse Boudreau's "Bones" Part
    Between Arizona and The Bay, Jesse works out insane wallrides and closes it out with a lipslide few thought was possible.
  • Erik Ellington and Zach Allen for Li-Ning Footwear

    Erik Ellington and Zach Allen for Li-Ning Footwear
    Ellington, Zach and more attack the courts and cab-packed streets of NYC, stuntin' in some fresh ones from Li-Ning.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Jimmy Wilkins throws out a hammer of a hand down and lands clean on the cover of our new August issue. Strap in, ‘cause this one’s packed with a shitload of surprises. First up, we got Foundation’s newest star Julian Lewis going upstream on the Contents spread. Then we’re on our way to 5 Greats from Tom K and a That’s My Shit from Suciu that’ll give you more pins and films to queue up than you’ll know what to do with. Once the easy reading’s done, jump into our Lest We Forget with pioneering skater and writer Bonnie Blouin. Stay on the brain train as we wax love, death and skateboarding with novelist Kyle Beachy about his new book The Most Fun Thing. Get your head glued on tight after, ‘cause we’re going psycho with Jhancarlos Gonzalez from the Lunatic Fringe and Andrew Fiene’s hill-bombing My War that’ll make you thank God you skate under the speed limit. Name dropping’s a faux pas, unless you’re Ernie Torres talkin’ Ishod, Jim T and our beloved Joe Hammeke in the smash-hit People I’ve Known. For every GT there’s 1,000 nine-to-fiver lifers, so we got a slew of Skaters with Jobs to show what the game looks like as a firefighter, lab technician or even a neurosurgeon—you’re goddamn right he rides with a brain bucket. Keeping on the interview beat, Gregson gets Tom Schaar to set the record straight on Instagram beef with Tas Pappas, witnessing Lizzie’s slam and getting some Grindline runs in Israel. The Heads section gets heavy with Zane Timpson talkin’ close calls on the streets of our fair City, followed by Shintaro Hongo dishing on SD and DC with his Uncle B—that’s Brandon Turner to the rest of you. Closing out the cluster, Jimmy Wilkins fires off about the state of vert skating and crackin’ helmets in Ohio. Speaking of cracked, Felipe Nunes’ No Excuses feature will break your brain with stories and photos of his slams along with a heavy set of moves that fully justify his new pro status on Birdhouse. More mind-melting pages come your way, this time from America’s wang—yep, we’re goin’ to Florida, Man! Jahmir Brown, Jamie Foy and a fat list of notables power through the peninsula as we break stories of pool-side baptisms, wax tragedies and amateur snake charmers on the loose. Restore your mental state to its upright position with our monthly Zounds, featuring Devo’s Jerry Casale, Turnstile, Madness, and Azure Ray. This is the only mag worth its weight in ink, so what are you waiting for? Grab your copy and prove you know what the fuck’s goin’ on.