• March 1995

    March 1995
    Cover: Mike Carroll – Gap To Frontside Tailslide Photo: KanightsInside This Mag: Thrasher's 1994 Skater of the Year Mike Carroll, an interview with Kien Lieu and a contest at Newburgh Skatepark in NYAlso In This Issue: Awesome ams Jimmy Chung, Jason Strubing and Pig Pen, people Jason Jessee has known and girls who skateMusic Articles: China White, Pegboy, Jack Killed Jill... and Pete Rock and CL Smooth
  • December 1994

    December 1994
    Cover: Wade Speyer – Method Photo: Kanights Inside This Mag: A trip to Europe with Wade and crew and the Venice Street Contest Also In This Issue: Rad ams Richard Paez, Drake Jones, AJ Massu and Hideo SakuragiMusic Articles: Bootsy Collins, Gas Huffer, The Roots, Suicidal Tendencies, Tad, Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Guided By Voices
  • June 1994

    June 1994
    Cover: Mike Frazier – Kickflip Mute Photo: Kanights Inside This Mag: Interviews with Matt Hoffman and Ron Chatman and skating in IndianapolisAlso In This Issue: Rad ams Justin Strubing, Noah Rector, Stevie Williams and Craig De NolfMusic Articles: The Fugees, Super Natural, an ode to John Coltrane by Page Hamilton of Helmet and Casual
  • November 1993

    November 1993
    Cover: Rick Howard – Switch 360 Flip Photo: Kanights Inside This Mag: Interviews with Karma Tsocheff and Rick Howard Also In This Issue: Sick ams Peter Bici and Mike Schwartz, NSA Am Slam Finals and the abridged Thrasher dictionaryMusic Articles: The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, the Muffs, Cosmic Psychos and the Freestyle Fellowship 
  • October 1993

    October 1993
    Cover: Tombstone Logo By: Jimbo Inside This Mag: Interviews with Chris Pastras, written wit and wisdom from worldwide witnesses and a road trip with John Cardiel, Christian Hosoi, Noah Peacock, Julien Stranger and Joey TershayAlso In This Issue: Hot ams Shelby Woods, Sam Devlin, Joel Price and Shawn Mandoli and the little big men of skateboarding, Caswell Berry, Stevie Williams, Scott Crawford and JR NevesMusic Articles: Cypress Hill, Bad Brains,GG Allin, the Damned, Cop Shoot Cop and Monster Magnet
  • September 1993

    September 1993
    Cover: Karma Tsocheff – 180 Nosegrind To Forward Photo: Sean Dolinsky Inside This Mag: An interview with Jason Adams and Tim Brauch and a pop quiz by Mike Gonzales Also In This Issue: Rad ams Shelter Serra, Fabian Alomar and Ivory Serra and NSA Pro Streetstyle and Snowboard Slopestyle ContestMusic Articles: Bad Religion, GG Allin, Mad Flava, Guru's Jazzmatazz and Bottom 12
  • June 1993

    June 1993
    Cover: Mark Gonzales – Frontside Ollie Photo: Kanights Inside This Mag: Interviews with Henry Sanchez and Mark GonzalesAlso In This Issue: How to get sponsored and skate artMusic Articles: Ice-T, Primus, Brand Nubian, the Cramps and Quicksand
  • May 1992

    May 1992
    Cover: Tom Knox – Ollie Photo: SleeperSequence: John Montessi – Bluntside Photo: Kevin Thatcher Inside This Mag: Skating in Philadelphia and interviews with Skip Pronier, Brian Lotti, Karma Tsocheff, Tom Knox and Max EvansAlso In This Issue: SwitchstanceMusic Articles: Metallica, Cypress Hill, Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy, Fastbacks vs. Gas Huffer and Tar
  • April 1990

    April 1990
    Cover: Karma Tsocheff – Multi Strobe Photo: Van Dusen Inside This Mag: Thrasher's Book of World Records and raw meat Brody Davison, Blake Convey, Dave Warne, John Nakama and Rob WashburnAlso In This Issue: 1989 competition wrap-up,  a desert speed rally with Mark Partain, Paul De Jesus and more and Survival Research LabsMusic Articles: Faith No More and the Buzzcocks
  • Ask The Phelper: Natural Terrain

    Ask The Phelper: Natural Terrain
    In 1990 Stacey Gibo, Noah Peacock, Jim “Red Dog” Muir and I went to Visalia to audition this kid named Karma Tsocheff. Needless to say, he made the team; but he also took us to The Flumes—an old logging run that went from a metal halfpipe to a mega-ditch. The natural halfpipe between the two was...
  • Chocolate Skateboards' "Tony" Video

    Chocolate Skateboards' "Tony" Video
    Chocolate tours always radiate the perfect blend of camaraderie and skate prowess. Brophy, Vincent and Stevie take the new blood on an international tear from Toronto to NYC, as Carl Aikens makes a hell of an introduction. 
  • A Day in the Life of Marsha Ann

    A Day in the Life of Marsha Ann
    Skateism followed our multi-talented customer service expert around for an inspiring profile about life in the office, higher education and skating the Bay with her squad. Get to know one of our favorite office mates before she’s your kids’ favorite teacher.
  • Jake Reuter's "Trash Can" Part

    Jake Reuter's "Trash Can" Part
    Jake hits every New Mexican ditch and backyard pool with gusto in his new Black Label part shot by Ryan Maddox. The back blunt across the light and death box might make you lose your composure. 
  • Chris Russell x Creature VX Deck

    Chris Russell x Creature VX Deck
    Does the new board tech hold up against Chris Russell’s five-foot air to disaster? Get the answer and a few more heavy concrete maneuvers in this clip from Creature.
  • Foundation x Emerica Dakota Servold Deck

    Foundation x Emerica Dakota Servold Deck
    To commemorate his debut part for Emerica, Foundation released a special Green Servold graphic showing both the pain and pleasure of the video process. It’s clear he’s gone skateboarding, and you should too.
  • Events
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    Knock, knock. Who’s there? Jack O’Grady with a backside 50-50 on a massive marble hubba, that’s who! These Am Scramblers are no F-ing joke! Jack O’Grady, Aaron Goure, Jesse Lindloff, Gage Boyle, Griffin Gass, Jacopo Carozzi, Ish Cepeda, Myles Willard, Breana Geering and Giovanni Vianna filled up the vans this year and we have the deets on it all. The Scramble gets hotter each year. And speaking of epic road trips, Chocolate’s new ams—Hakeem, Carl and James—make the trek from Toronto to Jersey City to eat Garbage Plates and gobble up spots. Up front we have Milton Martinez’s SOTY party recap. Smoookes! Think you’ve got what it takes to become a professional amateur? Your favorite TM’s spill the beans on how to make it in the biz. Mark Appleyard breaks down his five great claims to fame AND we’ve got the annual T-Eddy awards, where even the losers are winners. Zounds-wise, Orville Peck talks about being openly gay in the country-music world and Population Control and Plague Vendor beat some eardrums into submission. Kids, don’t try this at home!