Junk Drawer
  • A Day In The Ditch

    A Day In The Ditch
    Strange Notes has some footage of Emmanuel Guzman, Alex Horn, Mikey Curtis, Raven Tershay, and others skating a ditch.
  • Skatepark Round-Up: Birdhouse

    Skatepark Round-Up: Birdhouse
    Somewhere between 20-stairs and 540s, the Birdhouse team filmed all this in one day. Talk about goin' to work.
  • Burnout: Breaking The Ice

    Burnout: Breaking The Ice
    Burnout checks in with the first part of his trip to the Philippines with Flip.
  • May 2010 Sneak Peek

    May 2010 Sneak Peek
    Here's a lil' glimpse at the upcoming May mag cover, video first look coming soon...
  • Hubba Girls Putting It Together

    Hubba Girls Putting It Together
    Even if they do fuck up the griptape, I'd still rather watch a couple Hubba girls set up my deck instead of the pimple-faced kid at the shop.
  • Quiksilver in AZ

    Quiksilver in AZ
    There's no shortage of skate tour footage on the web, but Quiksilver gets cinematic with split screens and some interesting filming and editing. Featuring Reese Forbes, Austyn Gillette, Alex Davis, and David Clark.
  • Roger Of The Month: Gonzalo Hernandez

    Roger Of The Month: Gonzalo Hernandez
    The economy's gotta be bad if Gonzalo Hernandez doesn't have a board sponsor.
  • The Revolution Has Returned

    The Revolution Has Returned
    Revolution Wheels are back with a team of rippers and a new website.
  • Internet Shack #4

    Internet Shack #4
    Welcome back to the internet shack. Episode number 4 is so good that even if you hated the first 3 episodes you'll... nah, you'll probably hate this one too because there's no mesh hats or pools in it.
  • Ask The Phelper: Do Or Die

    Ask The Phelper: Do Or Die
    Long before ollies, fools were gettin' air in pools. Pat Quirk of Seattle, WA asks: Who invented the no-hands backside air?
In The Mag
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Hard to imagine, but we’ve made it to Issue 500. Even better, it’s our biggest Bible to date, 288 pages of heavy hits, from Neckface’s redux of our first cover to must-read features throughout the mag. Cheers to 500 more!