• Classics: Erik Ellington "Misled Youth"

    Classics: Erik Ellington "Misled Youth"
    His lanky frame, that distinct upraised arm style, and those legendary bigspin front boards all came together in this 1999 Zero vid. Mikey Taylor introduces a classic.
  • Classics: Matt Beach, "Can't Stop"

    Classics: Matt Beach, "Can't Stop"
    It's easy to call a skater "underrated," but there's not many overlooked guys who've put out a part like this one. Silas introduces a classic from The Firm's 2003 vid.
  • Classics: Ernie Torres "Roll Forever"

    Classics: Ernie Torres "Roll Forever"
    This 2005 Real vid had a super-heavy squad, and every part stood on its own. Ernie's section was a fan favorite for sure. Ramondetta introduces a classic.
  • Classics: Geoff Rowley "Sorry" 2002

    Classics: Geoff Rowley "Sorry" 2002
    Ryan Decenzo introduces one of the gnarliest parts from one of the gnarliest videos. Geoff Rowley in Sorry.
  • Classics: Marc Johnson "Seven Steps To Heaven"

    Classics: Marc Johnson "Seven Steps To Heaven"
    Jose Rojo introduces one of his many all time favorite parts, It's MJ from Maple's 1996 video "Seven Steps To Heaven".
  • Classics: Jaya Bonderov "Freedom Wig"

    Classics: Jaya Bonderov "Freedom Wig"
    Jaya Bonderov was a rad dude; from skating to photography, he could do it all. Check his shit from this 1997 Volcom vid. The guy was down! NorCal's taken some deep hits over the years, but this one hurts like a kick in the nuts. We'll all skate forever in the afterlife. Off to Valhalla. —Jake Phelps  
  • Classics: Jeremy Klein "Asian Goddess"

    Classics: Jeremy Klein "Asian Goddess"
    Jim Greco introduces his favorite part of all-time. A true classic, here's Jeremy Klein from the first Hook-Ups video, Asian Goddess released in 1994.
  • Classics: Omar Hassan "Blockhead Video"

    Classics: Omar Hassan "Blockhead Video"
    As this vid from the late '80s shows, Omar got his skating fundamentals in order at a young age—and that's why he's been ripping for 30 years.
  • Classics: Jim Greco "Misled Youth"

    Classics: Jim Greco "Misled Youth"
    Zero helped establish the no-filler, all-gnarly skate video part. This suited Greco's skating just fine. Dakota Servold introduces a 1999 classic, and rightfully points out one of the best back 360s ever.
  • Classics: Rodrigo Teixeira "Can't Stop"

    Classics: Rodrigo Teixeira "Can't Stop"
    Hard to believe this part is almost 10 years old. The precision gnar of TX's skating will stand tall in any era. Carlos Ribeiro introduces a classic part from The Firm's 2003 video.
  • Wes and Tyler's "Delivery X SK8Mafia" Part

    Wes and Tyler's "Delivery X SK8Mafia" Part
    Scouring the streets of Buenos Aires, Wes and Tyler employ their world-class talents on the gorgeous tile spot and picturesque pads for Delivery and SK8Mafia. 
  • Zach Saraceno for King Skateboards

    Zach Saraceno for King Skateboards
    Zach hits LA's stacks with a seemingly infinite repertoire and undeniable technique for King. Tyshawn and Na-Kel come through on the assist.
  • Deedz for ACE Limited

    Deedz for ACE Limited
    Dodging traffic and plowing through the worst ground imaginable, Deedz connects deadly ledges and rails in an unforgettable all-terrain performance.    
  • Ace Pelka's "Rearview" Arbor Video

    Ace Pelka's "Rearview" Arbor Video
    Ace heads to Hawaii's hallowed ground and lays back on the iconic crust with his new board for Arbor.
  • MASHER: Estonia

    MASHER: Estonia
    Gregson and company bounce over to the Baltics on their endless quest for killer ‘crete and encounter a trove of sick spots, including a skateable boat and some perfect plazas. Jaws and Nolan Miskell join the crew for added impact.
  • In The Mag
    April 2024 Filipe Mota Thrasher Cover_Burnett_350
    Congrats to our 2023 Skater of the Year—Miles Silvas! Miles gets the gang together for a trip down to Mexico City. Tiago, Ishod, P-Rod and Shanahan all make appearances. Talk about star-studded. More SOTY coverage includes: BA’s Rusty trophy on eBay, TNT’s People I’ve Known, Silas Baxter-Neal dishes on when he got it, and Tyshawn passes the torch. Plus—Gregson Mashes through the Baltics, Nike heads to NZ and the Swampfest gets covered (with mud). Not to mention a sticker sheet AND poster… Don’t blow it; get yours.