• The Follow Up: Lottie’s Skateshop

    The Follow Up: Lottie’s Skateshop
    Lotties owner Mike Gigliotti caught up with David Clark and Nick Michel to talk about filming for the video, Gonz stories, bleached man buns and mid-90s miniramp footage. You know, all the important stuff.
  • The Follow Up: Tom Asta

    The Follow Up: Tom Asta
    Growing up, his favorite brands were Alien/Habitat and Zero and those influences shaped Tom Asta into the technically-proficient gnar dog he is today. Hot off the wheels of his Santa Cruz “Til the End” Vol. 3 part, Asta waxes on being a father to three kids, staying grounded in Langhorne, PA, and why the beanie will never die.
  • The Follow Up: John Dilorenzo

    The Follow Up: John Dilorenzo
    John Dilo weighs in on his journey from barely scraping by to landing squarely on Almost. Looks like Jupiter, FL, has given us another certified ripper. There must be something in that swamp water out there. 
  • The Follow Up: Walker Ryan

    The Follow Up: Walker Ryan
    If you want to film an entire part on Wilshire you better be willing to hit the ground rolling at 6 AM. Walker takes us through the battles, success stories and security guard etiquette that got him to the finish line. It pays to be nice.
  • The Follow Up: SK8RATS' "Pump On This"

    The Follow Up: SK8RATS' "Pump On This"
    The SK8RATS crew is back with another full-length offering, Pump On This. We hit up Shane Aukland, the rat master himself, to get the scoop on how the vid came to be. And if you wanna send Cory Kennedy some love, he lets you know how. These rats rule.
  • The Follow Up: Aaron "Jaws" Homoki

    The Follow Up: Aaron "Jaws" Homoki
    Like Jaws on a roof, this STRFKR part dropped with no warning. Hear how this collab board and video came to be. Criddlers gonna criddle.
  • The Follow Up: Nick Matthews

    The Follow Up: Nick Matthews
    Nick weighs in on Myspace sponsor-me messages, getting on Quasi’s radar, feeding his dog bananas and why the Midwest is best.
  • The Follow Up: Simon Jensen

    The Follow Up: Simon Jensen
    Losing a tooth in a croissant, video-game rage, spendy cars and island royalty, this Follow Up pretty much covers it all. We’re glad you found your tooth in the garbage, Simon.
  • The Follow Up: Sascha Daley

    The Follow Up: Sascha Daley
    His WAR and PEACE Part is six-and-a-half minutes of pure GNAR. The Canadian export weighs in on being a dock hand, anxiety attacks, life in Barcelona and what keeps him going. Sascha is the truth
  • The Follow Up: Clive Dixon

    The Follow Up: Clive Dixon
    From channeling Kirchart to smashing televisions to putting his life on the line for the water-tower boardslide, Clive put his GD soul into this video part and it shows. Skateboarding needs more superheroes. 
  • Rough Cut: Gronze in Barcelona

    Rough Cut: Gronze in Barcelona
    Among the cuts and makeshift bumps of Barci, Geronzi and the usual suspects stack clips in surplus. Alley lurking pays off.  
  • Plazacation: Stalin Square

    Plazacation: Stalin Square
    Fighting to preserve Prague’s skate paradise, Marek Zaprazny pushes out lines and petitions with passion while Deedz, Youness, Trahan and more show up in support. Skaters will change the world.
  • MOB All Day with Jahmir Brown

    MOB All Day with Jahmir Brown
    Jahmir finds respite from the rain in Philly, links up with Asta and flows through Muni for Mob. 
  • Rob Wootton's "Broadcast VHS" Part

    Rob Wootton's "Broadcast VHS" Part
    Uniquely-modern moves captured with nostalgic dad-cam vibes, Rob’s new era-blurring part is a slice of timeless stoke. Adjust your tracking and zone out. 
  • Sk8mafia's "2020 Promo" Video

    Sk8mafia's "2020 Promo" Video
    The Mafia delivers another absolute banger. Brandon Turner kicks the doors open before Alexis Ramirez and company burn the entire town down. Throw them hands up! 
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    The covers—front and back—should clue you in, but the September 2020 issue is chock full of LEGENDS. Up front, Darrell Stanton breaks down his June ’02 Classic Cover—the backside noseblunt down Clipper which is jaw dropping to this day, Gary Rogers pontificates on people he’s known, Clyde Singleton dishes on the chef life and his newfound sobriety, Alphonzo Rawls talks H-Street, art and skate footwear, Sal Barbier reminisces on his first big trip to CA from Louisiana, ‘80s pro Stephanie Person explains why nothing will ever be as hard as being a female skater, Karl Watson discusses Maxallure, his rider-owned biz supporting the next generation and we catch up with Forrest Edwards—and we’re not even halfway through the mag yet. Atiba Jefferson weighs in on the heroes and heavies who made him who he is today and we’ve got feature interviews with Ray Barbee, Kareem Campbell, Stevie Williams, Samarria Brevard, Steve Steadham, Robert Neal, Zion Wright, Marty Grimes, Kader Sylla, Ishod Wair and Nyjah Huston. Atiba sums up this mag with these poignant words: “This issue is a celebration of one of many cultures that have made an amazing impact on skateboarding… This is a story I have always been proud to be a part of, a story that has always been told by Thrasher and that we will continue to tell.”