• My War: Milton Martinez

    My War: Milton Martinez
    From the history of the Car Wash to the physical and mental obstacles necessary to overcome, this is truly a My War for the ages, complete with broken bones and creeping cops. However, a heaping dose of the Old Man’s everlasting stoke pushed Milton's fight to the finish. Skateboarding will never be the same...
  • My War: Clive Dixon

    My War: Clive Dixon
    This is the kind of video that makes palms sweaty and the body tingle with anxiety. Clive harkens to the days of Jeremy Wray atop a water tower. It doesn’t get much heavier than this...
  • My War: Zion Wright

    My War: Zion Wright
    Zion took a ludicrously gnarly trick to one of skateboarding’s most iconic proving grounds. This guy is on another level.
  • My War: Chris Joslin

    My War: Chris Joslin
    Bad weather, crowds, security, injuries. This battle is brutal! Chris stomps an epic blizzard-flip over and over and yet a roll-away requires an all-out war.
  • My War: Pedro Delfino

    My War: Pedro Delfino
    We have over 37 years of covers on record, but this shot is one of the best of all-time. Pedro carved down a steep grade, leaped onto somebody’s house, and the rest is history. Here’s a battle for the books. Enjoy...
  • My War: Miles Silvas

    My War: Miles Silvas
    Miles' marathon line is about more than just skill, it’s a battle of mental endurance. Here’s a glimpse behind-the-scenes of a truly amazing feat.
  • My War: Chase Webb

    My War: Chase Webb
    There are mega-kinkers and then there’s THIS, a super mutant-rail that really has no business being skated. However, Chase is a psycho and launched himself into the history books with a hellacious one-two knockout punch.
  • My War: Gabriel Summers

    My War: Gabriel Summers
    Gabbers engaged in an epic battle with this rail, and you’ll have to watch this edit to appreciate the gruesome nature of the confrontation. Skateboarding can truly push you to your absolute limits, both mentally and physically. Wow...
  • My War: Jamie Foy

    My War: Jamie Foy
    El Toro has been a monolithic benchmark since Heath’s lipslide in The End, and while skateboarding continues to progress at a mind-blowing pace, it’s still near impossible to wrap our heads around this front crook.
  • My War: Ryan Decenzo

    My War: Ryan Decenzo
    This double set has been sitting here in San Francisco for years, and besides a Diego Bucchieri Ollie back in 1999, nobody has rolled away from anything. Enter Ryan Decenzo...
  • Justin Brock's "Stratosphere" Part

    Justin Brock's "Stratosphere" Part
    Plucked from Stratosphere’s upcoming full-length, Brock gives us an advanced screening of what he’s been cooking down South. Dan Plunkett, David Clark and GT roll through before Justin etches his name on some iconic stone. Putting in the work pays off.
  • Canvas Artist Profile: Gabi De la Merced

    Canvas Artist Profile: Gabi De la Merced
    We get killer art submissions from all over the world. Every once in a while a contributor is so talented we trip out and wonder if they sent their portfolio to us by accident. Gabi's paintings belong in museums and the best art galleries, but we're stoked this skate rat wanted to be in the mag.
  • Quasi's "Dallas Man" Video

    Quasi's "Dallas Man" Video
    Parking-garage pumps, hotel hijinks and messed-up manual pads, the Quasi crew gets the skate trip right. Josh Wilson, Justin Henry, Jake Johnson, Bobby De Keyzer and the rest mob the spots with the homie-cam rolling.
  • Foot The Bill x DLXSF x Jeff Grosso

    Foot The Bill x DLXSF x Jeff Grosso
    DLX is paying it forward, giving the proceeds they receive from the Vans Foot the Bill program to Grosso’s son and family. Get a pair and give back to your skate family.
  • Berle World

    Berle World
    Short, but oh-so-sweet, Berle gifts a sublime sixty seconds for FA. 
  • Events
    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.