• New from Zero

    New from Zero
    Dane Burman gets the spring drop popping with a highly-sackable boardslide followed by a slew of new decks, including some classic Zero looks and a Tony Cervantes tribute board for the late soul legend Charles Bradley. Grab some gear and start jumping.
  • Gabriel Summers' "Damn It All" Zero Part

    Gabriel Summers' "Damn It All" Zero Part
    Gabriel Summers is undoubtedly one of the gnarliest skaters ever. Not even a head butt to the concrete could stop him from finishing this part. Watch it and have no doubts about that Zero board with his name on it.
  • Dane Burman's "Damn It All" Zero Part

    Dane Burman's "Damn It All" Zero Part
    This is another full-scale, no holds barred attack on handrails across the globe. Click play to see some world-record boardslides (and world-class sacks).
  • Adam Arunski's "Damn It All" Zero Part

    Adam Arunski's "Damn It All" Zero Part
    You might know Adam Arunski as the dude who damn nearly died on a double-kinked front board at this year’s Bust or Bail. Watch this part to see him gracefully land a jaw-dropping kickflip front tail and other insane moves. Glad you’re not dead, Adam!
  • Tommy Sandoval's "Damn It All" Zero Part

    Tommy Sandoval's "Damn It All" Zero Part
    Tommy Sandoval is still down to die trying! Check out this killer part to see some huge frontside flips and an ender that once again compels Tommy to flip off the camera. The bird is the word.
  • Jonno Gaitan's "Damn It All" Zero Part

    Jonno Gaitan's "Damn It All" Zero Part
    Jonno Gaitan introduces himself with some classic gap and rail skating along with a tasteful touch of street grab magic. Need some style and inspiration packaged in a feel-good part for the whole squad? Click play now.
  • Jamie Thomas' "Damn It All" Zero Part

    Jamie Thomas' "Damn It All" Zero Part
    This is Jamie Thomas' most fun part since Chomp on This! The Chief gives us another upbeat offering with some serious pre-session re-watchability. Check it and get stoked on his vintage move at Bricktown. Never doubt JT.
  • James Brockman's "Damn It All" Zero Part

    James Brockman's "Damn It All" Zero Part
    By the looks of it, James Brockman isn’t close to riding off into the sunset anytime soon. Watch him add to his already impressive legacy while offering another ender to the switch rail gods—this time at Bricktown!
  • Reggie Kelly's "Damn It All" Zero Part

    Reggie Kelly's "Damn It All" Zero Part
    He’s got power, style and one of the coolest looking frontside 360s we’ve seen in a long time. Get familiar with one of your new favorite Zero riders.
  • Chris Wimer's "Damn It All" Zero Part

    Chris Wimer's "Damn It All" Zero Part
    The vegan Virginian won’t harm any animals but he’ll damn sure punish some private property. Armed with an uncanny ability to kickflip where most can only ollie, this is truly an incredible part with some heavy Jon Allie vibes.
  • Aaron Kim's "Welcome to Globe" Part

    Aaron Kim's "Welcome to Globe" Part
    Aaron weaves through the maze of Southern California concrete with effortless style and a deep bag of tricks. Those frontside flips belong in a museum. 
  • HIGH's "Bella Terra" Video

    HIGH's "Bella Terra" Video
    Half these moves will leave you head scratchin’. Yuri Facchini, Rodrigo Peterson, Adelmo Jr. and their fellow Brazilians pull off an all-out assault in the Bay and back home.
  • Skateboard Hieroglyphics

    Skateboard Hieroglyphics
    Ancient Egypt is known for Pyramids, Pharaohs, and mummies. Our research of their mysterious written language also indicates they had a ripping skate scene with unique hazards. Here we revisit some sacred wall scrawls.
  • Quarantine Sessions with David Gravette

    Quarantine Sessions with David Gravette
    Gravette, Binger, Ellis and Kimbel put their masks up and hammers down. Watch ‘em sanitize their bloody hands while going nuts on junk jumps and handicap bars in Portland.
  • Product Pillage: Ducky Kovacs

    Product Pillage: Ducky Kovacs
    Raiding the NHS warehouse, Ducky grinds through a makeshift kinker and dips out with enough gear to spark a giveaway for the Modesto kids. Props to a man of the people.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    T-Funk’s rides a rarely-seen backside stalefish down a wall, carving out a spot on the July 2020 front. More DC action inside as John Gardner (DC team rider and team manager) dishes on flutes, the aforementioned Funk, Euro missions and their upcoming Domino flick. Most notably this issue contains our own love letter to Jeff Grosso—containing epic photos from grom Grosso to elder statesman and tales of Mothra from those who knew him best. Jeff’s enthusiasm for skating was contagious and his willingness to tell it like it is and share his love for our culture will live on forever. RIP in peace, Grosso. Pop-quiz time! Alexis Ramirez sits down and takes the Thrasher Test while his newest Sk8Mafia teammate Alex Willms gets a Heads interview. Need more Mafia? We interview Brandon Turner about his rise from child prodigy to certified SD legend (and all the bumps along the way). This one’s heavy. And we ain’t done yet—Chris Wimer also gets the Heads-interview treatment, Fred Gall breaks down some crusty skate spots he’s known over the years, Salomon Cardenas tells the tale of breaking a testicle in half, the resurrection of Skarfing Material has Ben Kadow serving up a recipe for Refrigerator Soup and we dive into the worst ads to have ever appeared in Thrasher. Bored during quarantine? This one will keep you busy until it’s safe to creep in the streets again.