Heelbruise and Remind team up to bring you a collaboration insole featuring two different designes. The collaboration is in dedication to both companies good friend and co-worker Reggie Destin who past away earlier last year. Reggie unfortunately was killed by a drunk driver while skateboarding in Chicago. Check out the video inside for more information and see a good bit of skating.
Kenny Hoyle has a rad Detention video at Da Playground.
Ben Horton, the mastermind behind $lave’s awesomely controversial graphics is hosting an art show this Friday in Oceanside, California called Landline. If you’re in the area, it’s a must that you check out this amazing solo exhibit. For more info, check out the flyer inside. See you there!
On a cold winter day in 2008 Tim O’Connor, Fred Gall, and Jack Sabback went on a Hail Mary mission to try and get a cover shot for a deadline that was 3 days away.
Tum Yeto is at it once again with this epic Pocket Cam video featuring: Leo Romero, Daniel Lutheran, Taylor Smith, Collin Provost, Matt Bennett, Pat Burke, Josh Harmony, Trevor Colden and Dakota Servold.
Ipath just added Darius “Woogie” Jackson to their squad. Check his welcome video here!
We hit the road with Red Bull last year and cruised around the East Coast with a solid crew. Check out the original text and photos from our Feb/Mar 2012 issue featuring Sheckler, Zered Bassett, Kieran Reilly, and more. You could argue that this was the issue that the newly famous ATL Twins gained their fame from!
Paul Rodriguez is better switch than most of us will ever be regular. And his new Bangin! at The Berrics is proof.
Peter Ramondetta tears up Potrero park on some HUF graphic Mob and explains why he thinks Mob is the best griptape.
SK8MAFIA has a new monthly video feature on their website called SMonthly and will be feeding us a new montage every month! Click through for the April edit, it’s sick!
Creature Skateboards AM Adrian Mallory handles this week’s Tuesday 25. Click through for some Q&A and video parts.
Check out this Jamie Thomas article called “Solo Mission” from our Feb/Mar 2012 issue and see what the Chief was up to around this time last year.