• Classics: Eric Koston "Chomp On This"

    Classics: Eric Koston "Chomp On This"
    "Chomp" remains one of the all-time great vids to mix up sheer fun and dork tricks with gnarly, hardcore skating. Trevor Colden introduces a classic part from 2002.
  • Classics: Kenny Reed "7 Year Glitch"

    Classics: Kenny Reed "7 Year Glitch"
    He's a traveler and wanderer, but above all Kenny is a sick skater with a unique style who's been on a long, strange trip. Walker Ryan introduces a classic New Deal part from 2002.
  • Classics: John Rattray "Dying To Live"

    Classics: John Rattray "Dying To Live"
    Even if you know John's skating and have seen this part before, he'll surprise you again anyway with his mix of fun vibes and gnarly skating. Manderson introduces a classic Zero part from 2002.
  • Classics: Brad Staba "Skateboarding 101"

    Classics: Brad Staba "Skateboarding 101"
    Way back in the day we made a "How to Skateboard" video.  It was only right that we asked Brad Staba to illustrate the proper way to shuv it. POP!
  • Classics: Jerry Hsu "Black Cat"

    Classics: Jerry Hsu "Black Cat"
    This gnarly part is often over-looked only because Jerry has had such a hardcore history of skating. Jimmy Cao introduces a classic part from the 2000 Maple vid.
  • Classics: Neil Blender "Destroy Everything Now"

    Classics: Neil Blender "Destroy Everything Now"
    Neil injected an extra boost of fun and creativity into skating when it really needed it in the '80s and '90s. Tom Remillard introduces a classic from the 2004 88 vid.
  • Classics: Mike Carroll "Questionable"

    Classics: Mike Carroll "Questionable"
    This legendary part has been watched and studied for 22 years and yet you notice something different each time. Tim O'Connor introduces a classic Plan B part from 1992.
  • Classics: Reese Forbes "Eastern Exposure 3"

    Classics: Reese Forbes "Eastern Exposure 3"
    EE3: Underachievers is still one of the best, most raw representations of East Coast skating ever. Dylan Rieder introduces a classic from 1996. 
  • Classics: James Brockman "New Blood"

    Classics: James Brockman "New Blood"
    Dane Burman picks out a classic from the 2005 Zero video, New Blood—this is James Brockman.
  • Classics: Jamie Thomas "Misled Youth"

    Classics: Jamie Thomas "Misled Youth"
    Skate videos had been growing crazier by the year for some time, but Zero's pure-hammer, no-filler skating (like this JT part) were utterly shocking. Tony Cervantes introduces a classic from 1999.
  • Jamie Foy's "Sunshine State" Dickies Part

    Jamie Foy's "Sunshine State" Dickies Part
    Foy returns to Florida to unleash a firestorm of NBDs on the thoroughly trafficked region. Might need a few views for this one to soak in.
  • Creature Welcomes Collin Provost

    Creature Welcomes Collin Provost
    Collin provides a full part to celebrate his new home at Creature. Bless this unholy union.
  • Lost Art x New Balance Numeric Edit

    Lost Art x New Balance Numeric Edit
    New Balance and Lost Art’s Liverpool squad cut through crusty banks, laying down lines on their local monument.
  • Brad Cromer's "Half Moon" Krooked Part

    Brad Cromer's "Half Moon" Krooked Part
    Brad brings his lightning-fast flick and impeccable style to NYC’s most envious spots and beyond. Doesn’t get much better…
  • Animal Collective Interview

    Animal Collective Interview
    Animal Collective blew up in the skate world when their song was used in Jake Johnson's Mind Field part­—which is regarded as a masterpiece of skating/editing/music. The band's unique legacy and sound has only gotten stronger in the following years.  
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    Thrasher Magazine July 2021