• Burnout: Shakey

    Burnout: Shakey
    The SOTY Oz tour ends on a high note - a few beers and a bowl full of broken boards.
  • SOTY OZ TOUR

    SOTY OZ TOUR
    Grant don't talk much, so we decided to take some other badasses along to make him do his shit. With Raven, Chima, and Provost pushing him, the results speak loud–like, wicked loud. SOTY 2011 Grant Taylor, born bad. –Jake Phelps
  • Burnout: Nimbin

    Burnout: Nimbin
    Weed's free in Nimbin, but to ride the park you gotta pay in pain!
  • Double Rock: Raven Tershy

    Double Rock: Raven Tershy
    Raven ravaged the park like it was his last meal before the electric chair. Call it what you want, but this is what FUCK YEAH looks like.
  • Hall Of Meat: Jake Smith

    Hall Of Meat: Jake Smith
    Jake Smith steps up to a brutal biggie front board to backwards bounce-around. "Owww" is right.
  • Magnified: Grant Taylor

    Magnified: Grant Taylor
    He could have taken this mega-kink coast to coast, but Grant felt like snapping out early and giving a howl of stoke. As seen in Thrasher's April Skater of the Year issue.
  • Burnout: Duncombe's Triumph

    Burnout: Duncombe's Triumph
    The SOTY tour hits the streets and witnesses a kinker of legend.
  • Classics: Shane Cross "Let's Live"

    Classics: Shane Cross "Let's Live"
    The world lost Shane five years ago, but his legacy will never fade. Combining rare footage and a ripping full part, this Volcom vid was a great dedication to an amazing skater and person.
  • SOTY Oz Trip Teaser

    SOTY Oz Trip Teaser
    Coming this Friday: Grant Taylor, Raven Tershy, Collin Provost, and Chima Ferguson rip Australia.
  • Double Rock: Raven Teaser

    Double Rock: Raven Teaser
    A few late nights inside the park and Raven's part is ready to rock. Look forward to Thursday.
  • One Week of CPH OPEN

    One Week of CPH OPEN
    This documentary is the first to genuinely capture the magic that is the Copenhagen Open. Channel the vibes with Oski, KB, Kevin White, Hjalte and so many more. CPHO should be on every skater’s bucket list. 
  • Pedro Delfino's "Hell of a Year 2020" Interview

    Pedro Delfino's "Hell of a Year 2020" Interview
    Pedro’s rookie year had more than a few curve balls. Learn how he knocked it out of the park despite the pandemic, civil war fears and a serious case of impostor syndrome—from the Dec. ‘21 issue.
  • Create's "Life & Times" Video

    Create's "Life & Times" Video
    The City’s hairball hills and cutty alleys get a healthy drubbing from Jamal Jordin, Cris Lesh and Terrell Newell, with a last trick for the SF history books. 
  • Beyond Skateshop's "Beytour" Video

    Beyond Skateshop's "Beytour" Video
    Jaakko and his fellow Finns cause a scene in plazas and abandoned buildings, in search of a rumored serpentine rail. Enjoy the adventure.
  • Where The Hell Is Pat Duffy?

    Where The Hell Is Pat Duffy?
    OJ tracks down Duffy with the help of Marius, Madars and more to put the hurt on an old Finnish swimmin’ hole.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Nobody embodies the Thrasher spirit like John Cardiel, so it was a no-brainer for him to grace the cover of the 40th anniversary issue. Welcome to January 2021! The mag’s history is deep, and we go on a dive into the ‘80s with classic photos and unprinted gems from Thrasher’s first decade (‘90s coming next issue!) More history lessons with the 20 Greatest Covers Of All Times and rare Gnartifacts from the past 40 years. (Ever seen the first SOTY trophy? We hadn’t either until recently!) Elissa Steamer—one of the best to ever do it—weighs in on the Heroes + Heavies that she’s met along the way, and Sam Hitz breaks down the quintessential Skate Rock bands you need at every backyard session. On a more somber note, we bid a sad farewell to Keith Hufnagel with photos and heartfelt words from his close friends. Rip in peace, Huf. That ain’t all—Kevin Thatcher, the mag’s first Editor in Chief, gets grilled by Mike Burnett, Deathwish is on a deadline for their new vid and things are getting hectic and Neckface tells the tales of Phelps’ close encounters with death. You’re bummed if you miss any issues but skip this one and you’re crying all the way into 2022. Don’t blow it!