• FTC's "Pier 7" Video

    FTC's "Pier 7" Video
    During its heyday, Pier 7 fostered incredible progress in the world of street skating. FTC has assembled some of their favorite moments in this edit. 
  • EMB 30 Year Reunion

    EMB 30 Year Reunion
    Last Saturday, September 19th, the EMB Reunion BBQ went down at what was once the epicenter of modern street skating: Justin Herman Plaza. 
  • Classics: Henry Sanchez "Pack of Lies"

    Classics: Henry Sanchez "Pack of Lies"
    The early '90s were a blizzard of tech progression and Henry was at the forefront. Stevie Williams introduces one of his favorite skaters in a classic part from the 1992 Blind vid.
  • January 1994

    January 1994
    Cover: Carl Shipman – Front Blunt Photo: KanightsInsert: Avalon Photo: Johnson Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 13th Anniversary Issue featuring the Blue and Grey Tour and an interview with Simon Woodstock Also In This Issue: Hot ams Fred Gall, Pancho Moller, Matt Pailes and John Minor and an interview with the artist behind Pitt, Dale KeownMusic Articles: NOFX, KRS-1, Morbid Angel, Cadillac Tramps and the Phantom Surfers
  • Classics: Friends "Virtual Reality"

    Classics: Friends "Virtual Reality"
    In an unusual but definitely worthy Classics first, Shane Heyl picks the friends section from Plan B's 1993 epic vid. Here's Jeron Wilson, Brian Lotti, Henry Sanchez, Guy Mariano, and others.
  • Classics: Henry Sanchez

    Classics: Henry Sanchez
    Henry Sanchez ruled SF streets in '93.
  • February 1996

    February 1996
    Cover: Justin Strubing – Salad Grind Photo: Ogden Inside This Mag: A photo journal of skating on Vancouver Island, skating in Louisville, KY, an interview with Scott Smiley and the Battle of the Bay street championships Also In This Issue: Rad ams Steve Lawson, James Menscer and Chris AveryMusic Articles: Boss Hog, Rocket From The Crypt and the Swingin' Neckbreakers
  • April 1995

    April 1995
    Cover Artwork By: Sean McKnight, Age 7 Inside This Mag: An interview with Matt Beach and skating in San JoseAlso In This Issue: Skating in Zimbabwe, rad ams Steve Roetter, Jamie Fortune and Satva Leung and the life and times of Ben SchroederMusic Articles: Slayer, Kurt Cobain from the grave, Hurrivane, Nine Pound Hammer and notes from the road on the JFA tour
  • August 1994

    August 1994
    Cover: Matt Pailes – Wild Ride Photo: Butler Inside This Mag: Skating in Vancouver and Wyoming, an interview with Gershon Mosley and the Dreamskate '94 Contest in SF Also In This Issue: Awesome ams Rodney Jason Torres, the Lopez Brothers and Frankie Mata and contests in Phoenix and ChileMusic Articles: Nas, Coolio, RKL, the Meat Puppets and Marxman
  • February 1994

    February 1994
    Cover: Salman Agah – Portrait Photo: Madeo Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 1993 Skater of the Year Salman Agah and interviews with Jaya Bonderov and Ron Whaley Also In This Issue: Awesome ams Sage Humphries, George Terekhov and Alex Terekhov, the SUAS Pro-Am Contest in Houston, the San Luis Obispo Thrash-A-Thon and Glen E. Friedman's photos of Dogtown era skating, Black Flag, Beastie Boys and moreMusic Articles: A Tribe Called Quest, Sepultura, Kurious Jorge, Girls Against Boys and SNFU
  • Glen Fox's "Business" Part

    Glen Fox's "Business" Part
    As Dizzee Rascal spits rapid-fire bars, Glen Fox blazes through the streets with liquid-smooth style, putting his quick feet to the ultimate tests. Don’t blink...
  • "15 Years of Prestige" Documentary

    "15 Years of Prestige" Documentary
    Prestige skateshop in Boise has been at the center of their city’s scene for 15 years – bringing skaters together, making and premiering videos and inspiring the locals to dream big. This doc shares its story. It’s all connected.
  • Just Cruising, Man Ep. 1

    Just Cruising, Man Ep. 1
    Rescued from the archives, Lannie finds four minutes of unseen Brass from 2012. Nick handles big gap to grinds and rough bump to bars in this OJ edit. He’s got the kind of power that lasts. 
  • Chris Varcadipane's "Farewell: A love letter to Portland" Video

    Chris Varcadipane's "Farewell: A love letter to Portland" Video
    Chris says peace out to PDX with a synth-heavy ode to the city’s crust and concrete. Tony Ellis, Josh Love, Jake Selover and Willis Kimbel jump in to rip some hills, walls and schoolyards with a homie leaving town. Make your mark and move on. 
  • Melodi's "Bug Collection" Video

    Melodi's "Bug Collection" Video
    Swapping sides, the East Coast killers take their operation out to the Bay and beyond for an edit that hits like any good bug collection—strange, dirty and straight-up gnarly. While gunning for the cuts and classic spots, the dudes stack their new vid with searing stunts and street scuffles. This one slaps on two fronts.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Hear ye! Hear ye! We have a new King of Crust upon the horizon, Sir Mason Silva! Mason pops an unfathomable ollie (over a rail, past the flat) into a blistering bank. That’s how you score the front! More Silva inside as he weighs in on the heroes and heavyweights who have shaped his skating. How did Dashawn Jordan turn into an Olympic athlete seemingly overnight? Find out! Getting caught masturbating? Wack. Over-instagramming? Wack. New Palace pro Jamal Smith schools us on how he finesses the skate industry. Seems to be working. On the travel tip, GT, Collin Provost, Jackson Pilz, Chris Pfanner and the rest of the Volcom crew explore the wonderful world of Deutschland. From the biergartens to the streets, these guys are a force to be reckoned with. Stateside we have the FA guys trekking from Dallas to Oklahoma City, gobbling up dog shit sandwiches and epic spots every step of the way and the Monster crew gets sick in the Colorado Rockies. Need more? Martino Cattaneo gets the Lunatic Fringe treatment, we present you with a skater’s guide to head injuries, Emmanuel Guzman takes some high-speed plunges and Steel Pulse, Wolf Parade and Witch all get grilled. This issue is so chockfull of stoke you’re gonna need two faces for it to melt.