• Classics: Andrew Brophy's "Clé" Part

    Classics: Andrew Brophy's "Clé" Part
    Speed and pop will never go out of style, so Brophy is set for life. Enjoy his part from Cliche’s “Cle” video.
  • Classics: Mike Carroll's "Yeah Right" Part

    Classics: Mike Carroll's "Yeah Right" Part
    I'm so old that I still have VHS. The good stuff lives through any format distortion. SOTY 1994, ESDC. -Jake Phelps
  • Classics: John Cardiel's "Cash Money Vagrant" part

    Classics: John Cardiel's "Cash Money Vagrant" part
    Eman introduces one of OUR own personal favorites. Cardiel destroys like no other. All Hail!
  • Classics: Mike Denovan's "XEN Deuce" Part

    Classics: Mike Denovan's "XEN Deuce" Part
    "This video is more than a classic to any Australian skateboarder, it's an institution. It's easy to see why he'll always be known as Mad Mike." -Nick Boserio
  • Classics: Stay Flared Double Feature

    Classics: Stay Flared Double Feature
    Pro skaters that are too cool or too jaded for demos never last long. Both Lakai and Emerica are stacked with legends who will skate anywhere, any time. Here are two epic tour vids from over a decade ago that both still stand on their own.
  • Classics: Doug Smith's "Public Domain" Part

    Classics: Doug Smith's "Public Domain" Part
    Jason Dill introduces this part and he makes a great point: if you're a certain age you'll know every second of this clip and every lyric in the song. Here's Doug in the 1988 Powell-Peralta video.
  • Classics: Danny Way's "DC" Part

    Classics: Danny Way's "DC" Part
    These first 5 minutes alone would have been an epic part, by any standard. But that wasn't enough for the gnarliest skater of all time. He decided to invent never-seen terrain and a whole new approach to skating. AVE introduces a classic part from the 2003 DC video.
  • Classics: Daewon Song's "Round III" Part

    Classics: Daewon Song's "Round III" Part
    With a career spanning the early '90s 'til present day, it's safe to say there will never be another quite like Daewon. This part is just one of many "classic" offerings from one of skateboarding's all-time greats.
  • Classics: Alphonzo Rawls' "Next Generation" Part

    Classics: Alphonzo Rawls' "Next Generation" Part
    Alf has always had a whirlwind of unique tricks in his bag including moves that have never been seen before or since. He's a transition wizard but Street Alf rules, too. Josh Borden introduces a classic part from the 1992 H-Street video.
  • Classics: Mark Gonzales

    Classics: Mark Gonzales
    Jason changes up the "Classics" format to honor a man who changed the skateboarding game forever. This is one of the best things you'll ever watch. Three Gonz parts = three certified CLASSICS. Enjoy...
  • Shintaro Hongo's "WKND" Part

    Shintaro Hongo's "WKND" Part
    Any wall, anywhere, Shintaro puts four down on every surface in his path, while Nikolai, Tanner and Uncle B pop in to add to the hype.
  • Gabriel Fortunato's "Behind the Ad" Independent Video

    Gabriel Fortunato's "Behind the Ad" Independent Video
    Gabriel steps up to the Oceanside hubba and gets worked to make the mag for Indy. Gotta pay to play…
  • Monster Energy's "Mirador II" Video

    Monster Energy's "Mirador II" Video
    Monster sends Bækkel, Simoes, Fortunato and Zaprazny to the Mediterranean's seaside spots and scenic plazas.
  • Nate Galligani's "Homegroan" Video

    Nate Galligani's "Homegroan" Video
    From the bricks of EMB to the Oakland Courthouse, The Bay’s hallowed grounds provide the perfect backdrop for Drake Johnson, Jonathan Perez, Nico Hiraga, Tory Hereford and friends to get down.
  • DC Shoes: Cuba Skate

    DC Shoes: Cuba Skate
    DC shines a light on the crucial work of the people at Cuba Skate. Building spots, making boards, teaching classes and activating a budding skate scene, this is community.
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    In The Mag
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    Starting things off on a good foot, our girl Breana Geering graces the front with a helluva roof ride for our October 2021 issue. This thing is packed with interviews from legends like Tommy Guerrero, established pros like Dustin and Chima as well as new blood Frankie Decker, Evan Wasser, Nick Michel, Emile Laurent and so many more. Grab this mag or get left in the dust.