• March 1992

    March 1992
    Cover: Chet Thomas – Shifty Ollie Photo: Xeno Inside This Mag: A wild weekend at Thrasher's Christmas party/Skater of the Year bash and moreAlso In This Issue: Step by step tricks, skate fashionMusic Articles: Nirvana, the Damned, the Cramps and Slayer
  • March 1991

    March 1991
    Cover: “The Face That Moves Fire Hydrants” Artwork By: Robert WilliamsInside This Mag: Pool skating, East Coast ramps and a skate trip to Tokyo for the Open Summer Skate ChampionshipsAlso In This Issue: Step by step tricksMusic Articles: Nirvana, Jesus Jones, Skankin' Pickle and Iggy Pop
  • March 1990

    March 1990
    Cover: Marc Hollander – Carve Photo: Starr Inside This Mag: Interviews with Texas skaters John Gibson, Craig Johnson and Jeff Phillips, new blood Danny Way and Tom Knox and a trip to Japan for the Far East contestAlso In This Issue: First White Wave Winter Whomp Out in the Northern Sierras, Shut Up and Skate Competition in Dallas and Houston, the Czechoslovakia Euro Cup and skating in BostonMusic Articles: Ice-T, Pushead's 100 favorite records of the 80s
  • March 1988

    March 1988
    Cover: Scott Oster – G-Turn Photo: Katz Inside This Mag: An interview with Tommy Guerrero and the NSA exposed at the Duel in the Desert in Tempe, AZAlso In This Issue: Twilight skatingMusic Articles: Chord grinds featuring Ghoul Squad, Fratricide, S.O.B., Undeadog, Hell's Kitchen, Token Entry, McRad, Ungh, Odd Man Out and Touch Me Hooker
  • March 1987

    March 1987
    Cover: Jeff Phillips – Frontside Ollie Photo: Mofo Inside This Mag: The skate scene in Knoxville, TN, S.U.A.S. Houston and the tale of two cities featuring Wallos, HI and San Diego, CAAlso In This Issue: Step by step skate tricks, San Francisco 49ers halftime skate sesh, 1986 NSA Pro/Am Finals and behind the scenes of Atari's new skate video gameMusic Articles: Butthole Surfers and the Adolescents
  • March 1986

    March 1986
    Cover: Natas Kaupas – Bert Photo: Baboot Inside This Mag: Freestyle fanatics featuring Rodney Mullen, Per Welinder and more and new blood Also In This Issue: Skate poetry and longboarding Music Articles: Gang Green and Red Kross
  • March 1985

    March 1985
    Cover: Billy Ruff and Neil Blender – No-Comply, Roll By Photo: Mofo Inside This Mag: Sequences and skating in LA's "Badlands" Also In This Issue: Boys' Club Ramp ContestMusic Articles: Henry Rollins
  • March 1984

    March 1984
    Cover: Mondo - Frontside Grind Photo: Etheridge Inside This Mag: Grinding style and an interview with Rodney MullenAlso In This Issue: Scene reports from around the globeMusic Articles: Toxic Reasons and Anvil Chorus
  • March 1983

    March 1983
    Cover: Billy Ruff – Backside Air Photo: Kevin Thatcher Inside This Mag: Skate City/Whittier Christmas Classic and an interview with Billy RuffAlso In This Issue: Rad skate photos from over the years, Music Articles: TSOL, JFA, Los Olvidados, Big Boys, Sin 34, Die Kreuzenv and Mecht Mensch
  • March 1982

    March 1982
    Cover: Duane Peters – Slide Drop-in Photo: Kevin Thatcher Inside This Mag: Desert skating and an interview with Duane PetersAlso In This Issue: Photograffiti, the closing of Mogul Bowl in Fresno, CA and a ramp contest in the Santa Cruz MountainsMusic Articles: The Damned
  • Kevin Calderwood's "Coattails" Video

    Kevin Calderwood's "Coattails" Video
    From the streets of San Jose comes a full-length of rare achievement. Crisp VX colors, appearances from Tiltmode royalty, Ben Raemers footy and a hectic ender part from Peter Raffin make it a hell of a watch. This will start your skate day off right. 
  • Emerica's "Green" Video

    Emerica's "Green" Video
    Continuing their already impressive legacy, Emerica strikes gold again with Green. Dakota pushes his rail game to new limits and Dickson rips every set and bank to shreds like a rabid wolverine while the rest of the team fills out a killer montage. This is canon.
  • Jon Dickson Interview

    Jon Dickson Interview
    Before dropping his curtain-closing part in Green, the midwestern madman set the record straight about breaking his leg the first time skating, ice fishing in Illinois and roving scooter gangs taking over his hometown. Get up to speed with this extended interview by Taylor Kirby from our Feb 2020 issue.
  • Business and Company Murder Recruit

    Business and Company Murder Recruit
    The dramatic finale to Marc Johnson’s cryptic yet murdery video series is here and it couldn’t have ended any better—with Dashawn Jordan finally getting a pro board. Congrats, D!
  • DC's T-Funk x Tati Compton Shoe Release Photos

    DC's T-Funk x Tati Compton Shoe Release Photos
    To celebrate DC's collab with pro rider T-Funk and artist Tati Compton, they put on Tati's first art show, complete with all the fresh gear and free stick-and-pokes. Get a sneak peak, literally. 
  • Events
    In The Mag
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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!