• Why So Sad? x Actions REALized Premiere Photos

    Why So Sad? x Actions REALized Premiere Photos
    Some of the best people in skating descended on Portland to rally behind Rattray and the fight against mental illness. Check the photos here.
  • Heroin Skateboards "Earth Goblin" Video

    Heroin Skateboards "Earth Goblin" Video
    After messing us up with Bath Salts, Heroin’s back with another mind-expanding full-length video trip. Let Gou Miyagi and the gang’s off-beat skating reconfigure your brain.
  • Frank Shaw's Weekend at Burnside

    Frank Shaw's Weekend at Burnside
    Frank Shaw spends a weekend down at Burnside and comes out with this banging edit for OJ.
  • Frank Shaw's "Shrunken Head" Part

    Frank Shaw's "Shrunken Head" Part
    Frank Shaw rips everything in this new part from Shrunken Head. Check it out.
  • MASHER: VIII

    MASHER: VIII
    From backyard pools to pump tracks to the hills, Gregson manages to follow-film while his subjects go crazy. This is high-level skating and equally impressive documentation. Enjoy the show...
  • Halloween at Burnside 2018 Video

    Halloween at Burnside 2018 Video
    Burnside’s birthday happens to be the spookiest day of the year. In celebration of its 28th trip around the sun, worshippers of this holy site donned their costumes and paid respect with frontside grinds and good times.
  • OJ Wheels | NorthWest Connection

    OJ Wheels | NorthWest Connection
    The Connection video is a montage from some of OJ's NW riders including Tony Ellis, Jake Selover, Lorenzo Martinez, Frank Shaw, and Preston Harper.
  • Dylan Bunnell's "Lite Death" Video

    Dylan Bunnell's "Lite Death" Video
    Sean Blueitt sparks it, a thousand homies get some (including Raybourn, Pulizzi and The Muscle) and John Worthington burns the house to the ground. If you had any concerns about the future of pool skating, backyard vert or just raw shredding in general, hit play and rest easy. Tokyo 2020? More like out your door right now. Get some.
  • "Masher: VI Washington Street" Premiere Photos

    "Masher: VI Washington Street" Premiere Photos
    Chris Gregson logged some hours under the bridge with a crew of heavy hitters to put together a new edit, and what better place to have a premiere than where the shredding actually took place?
  • Frank Shaw for Ricta

    Frank Shaw for Ricta
    Frank Shaw ripping around PDX on a fresh set of Ricta Park Crushers.
  • Jeff Cecere's "Why Me" Video

    Jeff Cecere's "Why Me" Video
    Brad Cromer, Carl Aikens, Josh Wilson and a grip of New Yorkers get their rips at high-profile spots. That last line is a thing of beauty...
  • Slam City's "Offerings" with Bobby Puleo

    Slam City's "Offerings" with Bobby Puleo
    Bobby hops on the line with Slam City to talk ‘80s vert lore, early skate rock anthems and uncovering the hidden history of skateboarding.
  • Julian Davidson for Emerica

    Julian Davidson for Emerica
    Julian throws quick lines in the schoolyard with some fresh kicks for Emerica. 
  • Brandon Westgate's "508" New Balance Part

    Brandon Westgate's "508" New Balance Part
    Westgate’s back, blastin’ street gaps and sailing off of every bump in sight. Must be fun to be able to fly.
  • John Petras' "Celine" Video

    John Petras' "Celine" Video
    John and his Pittsburgh crew tango with some of Steel City's roughest rails and continue their savage run up the coast for an unforgettable ender on NYC’s Pyramid Ledges.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Almost 20 years after Darrell Stanton’s cover, Carlos Ribeiro pays homage and hits Clipper with a switch backside noseblunt, landing square on the front of the February 2021 issue. Crack the back and find another history maker—Alex Midler’s Illegal Civ ender, a backside 270 ollie into the Sunset Carwash. WTF? More IC inside as we chat with Davonte Jolly about his new full-length vid GODSPEED. If the new year’s got you feeling nostalgic, look no further—we dip back into the ‘90s for a photo feature including The Phelper, Carroll, Stranger, Speyer, Hensley, Jovontae, Muska and more legends. Interview-wise, Dominick Walker gets grilled about living in Nyjah’s park, his push to turn pro and teaching the stars (or at least their kids) how to skate. Nick Michel, Henry Gartland and John Worthington all get the Heads treatment and Nora Vasconcellos chats with Ryan Townley about art, being a dog dad and filming for his new Layers part. Need a laugh? Check the Darren Navarrette People I’ve Known feature—the Vertical Vampire’s history goes deep. Finally, for all you music fanatics we’ve got interviews with Mogwai, Thurston Moore, Baptists and more. Start your year off right and plant your face into this issue.