• Girl's 30 Year Party Photos

    Girl's 30 Year Party Photos
    Girl brought out everyone from the OGs to the current roster to celebrate three decades in the game. Papke pops in to see the art, the fans and the family they've made along the way.
  • This Old Ledge: Hubba Hideout

    This Old Ledge: Hubba Hideout
    It’s not just what they did, but where they did it, and what they named it. Hubba Hideout cemented the importance of location more than any other spot. In episode 2, Ted shifts from EMB to the most famous ledge in the history of skateboarding.
  • This Old Ledge: Embarcadero

    This Old Ledge: Embarcadero
    There’s more to the spot than meets the eye. Follow Ted Barrow into the world where skateboarding, architecture and the concrete jungle collide to spark the magic of modern street skateboarding. We start at EMB.
  • Greg Hunt: People I've Known

    Greg Hunt: People I've Known
    Greg Hunt has a ripping legacy as a pro skater and he transitioned smoothly into one of the most respected videographers out there. And you know he's met characters along the way.
  • FTC's "Penal Code" Video

    FTC's "Penal Code" Video
    Carroll, Koston, Karl, Jovontae, Chico and legend after legend go off in Meza’s SF masterpiece from ‘96 that inspired generations of street skaters. This is canon. 
  • DGK x JT&CO

    DGK x JT&CO
    DGK teamed up with Jovontae Turner to bring you this collection straight from '92. Watch this video with some rad old footage too.
  • Crail Couch: Jovontae Turner

    Crail Couch: Jovontae Turner
    Sit down on the Crail Couch with a San Francisco EMB legend, Jovontae Turner. Notice it's spelled with two "o's", people get that wrong.
  • April 2000

    April 2000
     Cover: Brain Anderson – Portrait Photo: Morf. Ogden Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 1999 Skater of the Year Brian Anderson, 1999 T-Eddy Awards and 1999 SOTY runner up Mitch FrydrickAlso In This Issue: 2000 Tampa Am and the top ten reasons to quit skatingMusic Articles: Jazz June, Man or Astroman? and Blackalicious  
  • February 1999

    February 1999
    Cover: Geoff Rowley – Frontside Boardslide Photo: Sturt Inside This Mag: Skating in Portugal, NYC street life, Halloween Ripride and an interview with Joe PinoAlso In This Issue: Texas Skate Jam and all star ams Jake Lewis, Jon Kealoha Fitisemanu, Tim Garner, Carols Aleman and Chris JonesMusic Articles: Jets to Brazil, Clone and Dalek
  • February 1998

    February 1998
    Cover: Pat Duffy – Kickflip Photo: Ogden Inside This Mag: Richard Kirby, an interview with Alysson Castro and skating in VermontAlso In This Issue: Mini-ramp mania, skating in Guam and the Ventura Skatepark contestMusic Articles: X-Ecutioners, the Oblivions, the 5,6,7,8's and Goodfellas
  • Zero's "Less Than Zero" Video

    Zero's "Less Than Zero" Video
    From Reuben Barrack’s heavy opener to the unadulterated terror of Ben Havran’s onslaught, this vid serves thrills that will shock even the most seasoned Zero zealot.
  • Peter Hewitt Weekend

    Peter Hewitt Weekend
    The Antihero team descended into San Diego to rip it up and help celebrate the awesome force which is Peter F—in’ Hewitt. A few grinds, a few laughs and a big blow-out photo show with a special video and musical guest made this bash one for the history books. Who should we celebrate next?
  • Rassvet's "Blue" Video

    Rassvet's "Blue" Video
    Rassvet's new dudes Remy Taveira and Austyn Gillette set it off before the international cast crushes the cuts from LA to Europe.
  • Sky Wells' "Thank You Thrasher" Part

    Sky Wells' "Thank You Thrasher" Part
    Sky threw on some of our new threads and ran a clinic on his hometown of Ottowa, Illinois for Fargo Skateboarding.
  • Slow Impact 2024 Photo Recap

    Slow Impact 2024 Photo Recap
    Ryan Lay's second annual Slow Impact event brought visionary thinkers and low-profile dinkers down to Tempe, AZ, for a long weekend. Join in as we check the talks and architecture walks with Ted Barrow, Neen Williams, Ronnie Kessner and the New Balance crew.
  • In The Mag
    April 2024 Filipe Mota Thrasher Cover_Burnett_350
    Filipe Mota breaks new ground at Hollywood High, stomping a KF FS BLUNT onto the cover and into the history books. Inside this 200 page issue you'll find interviews with Vincent Alvarez, Dakota Servold, as well as Vans on the road, Peter Hewitt, Elijah Berle, Wes Kremer, Epic Spots and much more. Dig in.