• Burnout: The Damned

    Burnout: The Damned
    Zero skateboards gave the hometown crowd a sneak peek at its eighth full-length video, Damn It All. Old faves, new faces and even a pro surprise. Get your FOMO workin’.
  • Chris Wimer's Pro Surprise

    Chris Wimer's Pro Surprise
    Chris Wimer, the man with the most massive pop, was surprised with his first pro model at a Zero team signing the other day. From VA to CA, Wimer has come a long way. Have you seen his In Your Head part yet? ‘Nuff said! Congrats, Wimer! —Morgan Rindengan
  • Chris Wimer’s "In Your Head" Part

    Chris Wimer’s "In Your Head" Part
    Zero is known for their epic video parts, gnarly is part of their DNA. This Chris Wimer part is no exception. Congrats on turning pro, Chris! 
  • Zero vs Kadence

    Zero vs Kadence
    A best trick contest jam between Zero skateboards and Kadence skateboards.
  • Windsor James Interview

    Windsor James Interview
    Word has spread recently that Windsor’s skating has been on fire. In this interview he talks about his comeback and his new Zero board sponsor.
  • Zero Skateboards "No Cash Value Vol. 5" Teaser

    Zero Skateboards "No Cash Value Vol. 5" Teaser
    Zero stays true to their roots with this 45 second trailer for "No Cash Value Vol 5" with full parts from Dane Burman and Windsor James. Carnage Awaits...
  • Franky Villani's "No Cash Value" part

    Franky Villani's "No Cash Value" part
    From one clip to the next, there is no telling what Franky is going to pull out of his bag of tricks in this part—especially in the gnarly and creative second half. So sick, Franky!
  • Franky Villani's "No Cash Value" Teaser

    Franky Villani's "No Cash Value" Teaser
    A lot of people were pleasantly surprised when they heard Franky got on Zero. And now the stoke level has risen for his full part premiering here on Monday.
  • 20 Years of Zero Party Photos

    20 Years of Zero Party Photos
    Last night Zero skateboards threw a party in Long Beach celebrating 20 years with photos, decks and team alumni. It was a great way to showcase the legacy and impact that Zero has given to skateboarding. Here's to 20 more!
  • James Brockman Skates Impact Light

    James Brockman Skates Impact Light
    James Brockman tells you why he rides Impact Light boards while getting a few tricks for Zero.
  • Thrasher Mail Drop: 38 Years of Envelope Art

    Thrasher Mail Drop: 38 Years of Envelope Art
    It is one of the most extraordinary traditions in publishing history. For four decades, thousands of Thrasher readers from all over the world have been drawing on envelopes and sending them to the magazine. For the first time ever, they have been collected together in this coffee-table book. Take a sneak peek at an epic project.
  • Love and Guts Tours Japan

    Love and Guts Tours Japan
    The OGs Ngoho, Mountain, Alba and Olson descend upon Japan to tear into some concrete and present their creative craftsmanship. Love and Guts, lay it all on the line.
  • Brian Peacock's "Fellas" Part

    Brian Peacock's "Fellas" Part
    Those familiar with Peacock’s skating know that there’s magic in the man’s feet, but this part takes his levels of sorcery to extraordinary heights. Dude is a wizard on wheels.
  • Canvas: Poison Delux

    Canvas: Poison Delux
    Skating and artistic expression are not just closely linked, they are embedded within each other. To celebrate this union, we are going to start showcasing skate artists on the website more often. In our first feature, we visited the twisted, colorful mind of Poison Delux.
  • Lakai's "Street Safari" Video

    Lakai's "Street Safari" Video
    The squad fully snaps, exploiting all that the Brazilian terrain has to offer…. And they even got the Birdman in the van! Simon Bannerot is a different breed. He makes the exceedingly gnarly look effortless. Enjoy...
  • In The Mag
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    Milton Martinez pops a squeaky-clean kickflip into the Sunset car wash on the cover of December ’19. He first attempted to ollie into it back in 2016 and broke the hell out of his ankle. He returned with one thing on his mind—revenge. It’s all gas and no brakes with this Argentinian. In this issue we take a peek into the mind of Kevin “Spanky” Long—his everlasting search for creativity, his favorite colleagues and everything Baker. Speaking of badass MFers—nothing beats hopping in the car and searching for spots with your partner in crime. Tom Karangelov and Jordan Taylor are the perfect duo to take the streets. One Royale with cheese, please! Gonz draws up the blueprints as the Supreme team demolishes San Francisco. SF’s never been more sweet with the opening of their shop and their new video, Candyland. Welcome to the block. Overseas, Atlantic Drift takes a trip to Russia to find out it’s probably just as sketchy as you think. E-40, King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, Blackalicicous plus more in Zounds. We saved the best for last. See you in 2020.