• Classics: Mark Gonzales in Video Days

    Classics: Mark Gonzales in Video Days
    The Blind video detonated like an atomic bomb in 1991, altering the course of skating forever. Here's the most influential skater of all time, in the best part from an epic video.
  • Classics: Rob Dyrdek In Memory Screen

    Classics: Rob Dyrdek In Memory Screen
    Never forget that before he landed in the wider spotlight, Rob put in two decades of skate action including these 1991 handrail NBDs and surprising transition attacks.
  • Classics: Cairo Foster Real to Reel

    Classics: Cairo Foster Real to Reel
    It's simple: Amazing skaters ride for Real and they put out some of the best parts ever. Since Day One premieres this Thursday. Here's Cairo from 2001.
  • Classics: Justin Strubing

    Classics: Justin Strubing
    It was 2001, and Justin Strubing came in hot with one of the best video parts of the year. Here it is, from Foundation's Art Bars Subtitles And Seagulls.
  • Classics: Angel Ramirez, Denver's 303

    Classics: Angel Ramirez, Denver's 303
    For lots of guys, the first time they push their skate limits is when they film a full part for a shop vid. Angel went nutzo for Let The Good TImes Roll in 2006.
  • Classics: Cab Epic Boardslide 2000

    Classics: Cab Epic Boardslide 2000
    Trying to hold a boardslide steady is something every skater can relate to. But few know how a beast like this feels. Here's why Steve is a legend.
  • Classics: Sean Sheffey, A Soldier's Story

    Classics: Sean Sheffey, A Soldier's Story
    Gnarly, high-risk street skating was heating up in the early '90s, and this part alone significantly pushed the whole era forward. Mike Maldonado introduces Sean's epic skating from the 1991 Life video.
  • Classics: Jamie Thomas, Welcome to Hell

    Classics: Jamie Thomas, Welcome to Hell
    When this part dropped in 1996, Jamie wasn't considered just a ripper—he was a skate demon. Emmanuel Guzman talks about how much this video influenced him.
  • Classics: The Truth Hurts

    Classics: The Truth Hurts
    You can't run from time, and even Burnside had some strange days in the early '90s. Trujillo narrates part of our first Thrasher video and shows how timeless Red's skating really is.
  • Classics: Chris Haslam Cheese & Crackers 2006

    Classics: Chris Haslam Cheese & Crackers 2006
    This was a video phenomenon so entertaining that it impressed older dudes, young cats, girlfriends, grandmas, and everyone else who saw it. Daewon offers commentary on a part and a dude who he regards as one of the best.
  • Ben Lawrie's "No Place Like Home" Hoddle Part

    Ben Lawrie's "No Place Like Home" Hoddle Part
    On the verge of a new Internet Birthday, Hoddle brings Ben Lawrie home with a spot on the team and a powerful edit from Geoff Campbell. 
  • Vans' "Always Pushing" Video

    Vans' "Always Pushing" Video
    Curren, Breezy, Elijah and more get the Hollywood shots in this quick edit from Vans. 
  • Kieran Woolley Pro for Opera Skateboards

    Kieran Woolley Pro for Opera Skateboards
    Opera puts Kieran Woolley up on center stage with his new pro plank. That smile says it all.
  • Jhancarlos Gonzalez' "Clocked In" Part

    Jhancarlos Gonzalez' "Clocked In" Part
    From steep slopes in his native Colombia to the most sizable spots in California, Jhanka detonates an explosive part you won’t soon forget. Skate and Destroy is forever.
  • Cardiel on Cardiel: The Band and The Man Interview

    Cardiel on Cardiel: The Band and The Man Interview
    If you name your band Cardiel, you better bring it—and this Venezuelan two-piece sure as hell does. We caught up with the band and their namesake to talk Skate Rock memories and to dish out some Cards trivia. As seen in our July, '24 issue. All hail.
  • In The Mag
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    Alexis Sablone is an architect, coach, artist and icon, with pro shoes on two different companies at the same time. Congrats on the front, Alexis! Speaking of powerful women in skating—Elissa dishes on people she’s known and we’ve got coverage of the 12th annual Wheels of Fortune brought to you by Skate like a Girl. We also have the Nike team posted up in Puerto Rico, a 12-pager on skaters and their dogs (woof), a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Blokes 2, Daan Van Der Linden gets the interview treatment and more! Pick one up today.