Junk Drawer
  • Sam Hitz's "Kill Skateboarding IV" Video

    Sam Hitz's "Kill Skateboarding IV" Video
    Aided by John Gardner, Lukas Miller and many more misfit geniuses, The LARB continues its crusade to kill skateboarding. In their the attempt, they stuffed the new edit with absurd amounts of awful setups, beer can pranks, trash pickin’ crust punks, black metal sets and shopping carts—lots of shopping carts. Will skateboarding survive the assault?
  • Keep It Rolling: Joey Pepper Interview

    Keep It Rolling: Joey Pepper Interview
    As part of its Keep It Rolling campaign, Deluxe highlights Joey Pepper, interviewing him about using recycled skateboards in his woodworking practice. The East Coast legend shows off some sweet product and shouts out his fellow Portland artisans. How many boards go into one radical rainbow stool? Find out.
  • "Rust Belt Trap" Video

    "Rust Belt Trap" Video
    Amongst the crust of America’s Rust Belt, a rag-tag crew of skaters get the gumption to salvage the skateable scraps from truly decrepit spots. Jerry Mraz, Matt Andersen and Jake Baldini’s equally terrifying and inspiring new project will leave the sweet sound of clanking cellar doors ringing in your ears.
  • Giovanni Vianna for Primitive Skate

    Giovanni Vianna for Primitive Skate
    Even after the Scramble, Gio stays hungry. The Brazilian wunderkind pops off in Barci and puts down a heavy half Cab crook in NYC for Primitive. Keep it up, kid.
  • SKATELINE: 03.03.2020

    SKATELINE: 03.03.2020
    Nyjah wins Tampa, Mason Silva's fakie flip, unseen Dylan footage and more in today's episode of Skateline. 
  • Vin Dogg's "Stagger Levi" Video

    Vin Dogg's "Stagger Levi" Video
    Rail-rattling slams are always a good start, and Vin Dogg's new edit is filled with genuinely chaotic clips of OZ’s most maniacal stuntmen. Even though you won’t, try to keep cool when cover boy Scrambler Jack O’Grady gets into that last grind.
  • Emerica Presents The Dickson

    Emerica Presents The Dickson
    Few deserve a shoe more than Green's closer. Thankfully Emerica was ready to hit the ground running with his own model fresh off the heels of the sensational new part. If they’re good enough for Jon, they’re good enough for you. 
  • FA's "Time Does Not Heal All Wounds" Video

    FA's "Time Does Not Heal All Wounds" Video
    Something we thought we’d never get—unseen footage from Dylan. There are few words that can describe what a gift from beyond this whole edit feels like. One of the best of all time, period.
  • Rough Cut: Ishod Wair's "Be Free" Part

    Rough Cut: Ishod Wair's "Be Free" Part
    The other half of the Be Free SOTY duo satisfies his skate rat hunger with a surplus of savory spots. Yet after a massive kinked-rail Smith and a switch flip crook battle that would justify a long rest, Ishod keeps the engine running. Big ups to a certified GOAT.
  • Chocolate's "All Eyes on 'Keem*" Article

    Chocolate's "All Eyes on 'Keem*" Article
    With a $100 wager for who can get the most tricks, Chocolate’s young bucks hit the Northeast with a little extra ambition. The vets turn it up to 11 as well—Hell, even Rick Howard got a proper photo! Check the piece from our March 2020 issue to see who walked away with the fattest stacks of clips and chips.
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.