• Established: KCDC

    Established: KCDC
    Over 20 years in business, Amy Ellington has kept KCDC going through multiple locations and shifts in the scene. As one of the few woman-owned shops in the country, it functions as a community hub for a diverse array of Brooklyn's skaters. Hear how she makes it work.   
  • Leo Baker's "Post-Op" Spitfire Part Premiere Photos

    Leo Baker's "Post-Op" Spitfire Part Premiere Photos
    Leo Baker and crew came together to premiere his new part at KCDC in Brooklyn. The night promised good times and high fives on the flyer, and it delivered. See who pulled through.
  • Hardies x Spitfire x KCDC “Throw Down at Blue Ground" Video

    Hardies x Spitfire x KCDC “Throw Down at Blue Ground" Video
    We joined forces with Tyshawn for another crackin’ event at Blue Park in Brooklyn. Thank you to Hardies, Spitfire, and KCDC for helping to make it happen.
  • Wreck Centers: Vol. 3 KCDC

    Wreck Centers: Vol. 3 KCDC
    At the heart of every thriving skate scene is a solid skateshop, even in a cultural epicenter like New York City. KCDC has been nourishing skateboarding in Brooklyn and beyond since 2001. Thank you for your service!
  • Vitória Mendonça on Heelflips, Homies and Hitting the Big Show

    Vitória Mendonça on Heelflips, Homies and Hitting the Big Show
    The last few months have been huge for Vitória, from turning pro in Copenhagen to putting out a part for Element and making an appearance alongside some of the best in Abnormal Communication. Tight friend Emanuele Barbier calls up the rising star to talk about early skate exposure via Internet cafes, trick obsessions and the whirlwind lifestyle of a modern pro.
  • Giovanni Vianna's "RITORNA" Part

    Giovanni Vianna's "RITORNA" Part
    Scratching off NBDs in LA can be difficult, but Gio’s unparalleled fakie skills unlock a slew of new moves. Between his classic hammers and tech finesse, this is a tour de force.
  • Giovanni Vianna Interview By Alan Hannon

    Giovanni Vianna Interview By Alan Hannon
    Gio filmed his first part at five years old and still has the fire to break new ground across the globe. Following his new video, Primitive’s Alan Hannon hits up our guy to cover a lifetime on the board, risky sponsor changes, ultimate wedgies and skating in the Olympics without an ACL. As seen in our October ‘23 mag.
  • Gravis' "BIJYU" Video

    Gravis' "BIJYU" Video
    Gravis taps its team in Japan to bring back the classy kicks and tasteful looks with a solid display in the streets. Check the reissue of the Filter after watching.    
  • Christian Hall for Slappy Trucks

    Christian Hall for Slappy Trucks
    Christian employs his huge snaps and technical wizardry for his intro to Slappy trucks. Even the shop haters will dig this dude. 
  • In The Mag
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    Miles Silvas brings his razor’s edge precision to the rugged slopes of San Francisco—front crooks at the top of Mason St. for his third cover. Miles sits down with us to fill in the details of his SF residency and keeping the fire lit. Also in this issue: Five Greats with Jaws; Thrasher Weekend in Boston; Sieben spins some Tall Tales from Austin, TX; Heads for days—featuring Nile Gibbs, Kevin Liedtke, and Brandon Burleigh and a killer Cobraman tour story. You don’t wanna miss this issue.