• In Crust We Trust: The Fred Gall Interview by Brian Anderson

    In Crust We Trust: The Fred Gall Interview by Brian Anderson
    Fred Gall has not only lived 100 skateboarding lives, he’s lived them HARD. Child prodigy, streetstyle innovator, life of the party, total fucking wreck, DIY community activist—all Freddy. Fellow lifer Brian Anderson investigates. As seen in our Feb. 2022 issue.
  • Aaron Meza: People I've Known

    Aaron Meza: People I've Known
    From Embarko loc to Crail Couch creator to mastermind behind Nike SB’s recent “Constant” flick, Aaron “The Mez” Meza is the ultimate benevolent skate biz insider.  
  • Joe Hammeke's Celebration of Life Photos and Video

    Joe Hammeke's Celebration of Life Photos and Video
    Friends and family gathered at the Pink Motel Saturday Jan. 15th, 2022 to share memories of our beloved Joe Hammeke.
  • Keith Hufnagel Remembered

    Keith Hufnagel Remembered
    Huf conquered both coasts, became an icon of the streets and opened shops on multiple continents with his eponymous HUF brand. Read from his closest friends to fully appreciate Keith's everlasting impact—as seen in our January, 2021 mag.
  • Jake Phelps Lifetime Retrospective

    Jake Phelps Lifetime Retrospective
    It’s been a year but the love keeps flowing. We’ve added new testimonials to this retrospective page. Take a few moments and soak up more stories from the life and times of Jake Phelps. 
  • NHS Museum Opening Photos

    NHS Museum Opening Photos
    NHS opened their museum to a select group of family, friends, and rippers. From Steve Olson to Eric Koston, we all gathered to revisit history and share skateboarding stories in all its glory. Great job Novak and congrats on 40 plus years!
  • April 1998

    April 1998
    Cover: Bob Burnquist – Ollie Photo: Ogden Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 1997 Skater of the Year Bob Burnquist, the 1997 T-Eddy Awards and Jay AdamsAlso In This Issue: Royal rippers Phil Shao, Sean Young, Mike York, Peter Hewitt, Phil Hajal, Paulo Diaz, Jesse Paez, Bam Margera, Matt Field, Brad Staba, Darren Davarrette, Scott Bourne and Chet Thomas and how to steal a rampMusic Articles: Candiria, Keni 3 and the Criminals
  • May 1996

    May 1996
    Cover: Coco Santiago – Frontside Thruster Photo: Kanights Inside This Mag: Skatepark of Tampa Contest, an interview with Israel Forbes and skating in MinnesotaAlso In This Issue: Sick ams Eddie Nemeth and Huy LeeMusic Articles: Fun Lovin' Criminals, Motorhead and Snuff
  • March 1996

    March 1996
    Cover: Ron Whaley – JR Frontside Photo: Kanights Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 1995 Skater of the Year Chris Senn and the SOTY bash Also In This Issue: Rad ams Tim Wells, Judd Hertzler and Charlie Watts, skating in Arizona and New Zealand, Sean Young and an East Coast skate seshMusic Articles: Fugazi, Meatmen and Sister Machine Gun
  • August 1994

    August 1994
    Cover: Matt Pailes – Wild Ride Photo: Butler Inside This Mag: Skating in Vancouver and Wyoming, an interview with Gershon Mosley and the Dreamskate '94 Contest in SF Also In This Issue: Awesome ams Rodney Jason Torres, the Lopez Brothers and Frankie Mata and contests in Phoenix and ChileMusic Articles: Nas, Coolio, RKL, the Meat Puppets and Marxman
  • Atlantic Drift - Episode 13 - Istanbul

    Atlantic Drift - Episode 13 - Istanbul
    The Drift drops anchor in the Turkish metropolis, seeking out heavenly plazas, marble rollercoasters, and forgotten fountains. The crew never disappoints.
  • The “Baltimore Pleasure” Video

    The “Baltimore Pleasure” Video
    Getting shot didn't stop Ryan Schroder from documenting skateboarding in the streets of Baltimore. Watch Spencer Brown and a strong cast work their magic in a city with a heavy reputation. Shout out to Vu Skatshop!
  • Out There: Cyrus Bennett

    Out There: Cyrus Bennett
    Cyrus talks knee surgery and getting back in skate shape, while charting some of the bigger moments in his career. From Polar to 917 then Limo, the Colorado kid turned NYC heavyweight is the real deal.
  • Am Scramble Interview: Kieran Woolley

    Am Scramble Interview: Kieran Woolley
    Woolley was our designated ATV, but spent way more time shredding street spots than busting bowls. Find out what it's like riding for Sky Brown's company, his pro predictions and the secret to McTwists on a McDonald's diet––as seen in our February '23 mag.
  • Ben Currie’s "Brutus" Part

    Ben Currie’s "Brutus" Part
    Making the move from Melbourne to Sydney, Ben adapted to his new city and stacked enough for a power-packed five-minute part.
  • In The Mag
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    Emile Laurent finds a new line under the Burnside Bridge and lands himself on the cover, while features with Ishod, Tom Penny, and the Thrasher Vacation crew make this issue a must-have.