• RIP IN PEACE: Jon Comer

    RIP IN PEACE: Jon Comer
    Jon was a pioneering champion for disabled skaters and practically made his invisible with an attitude and attack on the board true to his Texas roots. He knew there were others in way worse situations. Glad to have had some great sessions with you. Our deepest condolences to the Comer family. –Sam Hitz
  • Gabriel Rodriguez - RIP IN PEACE

    Gabriel Rodriguez - RIP IN PEACE
    On August 9th, 2019 we lost a true legend. He not only inspired me when I first met him, he inspired the world with his amazing talent. –Rudy Johnson
  • Rest in Peace Ben Raemers

    Rest in Peace Ben Raemers
    It’s important to the Raemers family that people know Ben's cause of death. In his sister's words, “If the tragedy of losing my Benny can save others then that’s a positive."
  • RIP IN PEACE: Mark "Monk" Hubbard

    RIP IN PEACE: Mark "Monk" Hubbard
    My friend Roger Mark Hubbard died June 8, 2018. Talk about skateboard legends, this dude saw his destiny. Marty was a true skateboard pioneer. Talk about doing it yourself, this dude did it all. He’s gone but his legend will live forever. I miss him, and there ain’t nobody like him. Once again, rest in peace. Roger Mark Hubbard 1970-2018.–Jake Phelps
  • RIP IN PEACE: Dylan Rieder

    RIP IN PEACE: Dylan Rieder
    Born to ride a skateboard? It’s a seemingly silly concept when you think about it, but Dylan Rieder made us believe it. That man was absolutely, positively, a gift. Power, style, grace - he had it all. Our thoughts are with his family and friends in this difficult time. Rest in Peace, Dylan Rieder. We will all miss you, each day more than the next.
  • RIP IN PEACE: Doug Pensinger

    RIP IN PEACE: Doug Pensinger
    Skateboarder and photographer Doug Pensinger unexpectedly passed away on Friday. Here's some iconic images from his archives to remember him by. 
  • RIP IN PEACE: Gerry "Skatemaster Tate" Hurtado

    RIP IN PEACE: Gerry "Skatemaster Tate" Hurtado
    Skater, Indy TM, musician, TV host and friend to all, we mark the sad passing of Taters.
  • RIP IN PEACE: Matt Reason

    RIP IN PEACE: Matt Reason
    We're saddened to report the passing of East-Coast ruler Matt Reason. Matt charged into the mid-90s on 60+mm wheels, helping to erase the slow-push, tech-obsessed era that had previously engulfed skateboarding. His positive energy was contagious and he left a mark on every person he came in contact with. Rip in peace, Matt. Gone but never forgotten. 
  • RIP IN PEACE: Marc "Shockus" Delellis

    RIP IN PEACE: Marc "Shockus" Delellis
    Shockus was a true skater to the end, but most importantly, he was our friend. We will miss him dearly and our thoughts go out to his friends and family.
  • RIP Shogo Kubo

    RIP Shogo Kubo
    The skateboarding world took a huge hit to its soul yesterday, with the loss of ‘70s skate maestro, Shogo Kubo.
  • Eze Martinez's "Cleaver" Part

    Eze Martinez's "Cleaver" Part
    With ultra quick feet and a superb back Smith game, Milton’s brother has made a name for himself stylishly cutting up the Argentinian streets. It’s no wonder the Butcher gave Eze his own Cleaver board. PRO AF!!!
  • Am Scramble Premiere Photos

    Am Scramble Premiere Photos
    Tomorrow’s hottest pros and Long Beach’s glitterati packed into Bradford’s for a first look at the hot-off-the-press Am Scramble video. Check the photos to feel like you’re part of the action, watching the scramblers shine, putting back White Claws with the best of ‘em.
  • Scumco & Sons: Upstate NY

    Scumco & Sons: Upstate NY
    The God KT and a crew of East Coasters head to Upstate NY to cop some clips among the crust and rubble in this edit from Scumco & Sons. The scenic dam spot and sketchy mini-ramp slam dunk are something else. The scum is sick.
  • Rough Cut: Kyle Walker's "Be Free" Part

    Rough Cut: Kyle Walker's "Be Free" Part
    The 2016 SOTY puts his heels of steel to the test again for a high-impact huck tour with his REAL homies. Through nosey neighbors and serious slams, he pounds the pavement until he rides away. Sometimes you gotta fight to be free.
  • Nate Greenwood's "Thneed" Bones Wheels Part

    Nate Greenwood's "Thneed" Bones Wheels Part
    Whether jumping on a big bar, catching a quick line or unleashing an unreal tech move on a hubba, Nate Greenwood confidently does it all. The gentleman in him also paints the rail after he’s done tearing off the base coat. Respect on two counts.
  • 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.