Debacle, the new Nike SB HD video project, featuring Justin Brock, Daryl Angel, David Clark, Shane O’Neill, and Grant Taylor…
Ed Templeton Left Side Inner thigh sacks: “I can’t recall the amount of times I have sacked the inner thigh area. I always get the most heinous bruises. When I broke my neck, it was a dangling sack that propelled me to my head. That one was such a deep shade of purple.” Shinners: “In […]
Aaron Smith brings you the photo and story behind Nick Merlino’s switch flip in our newest issue.
How old were you when you got your first photo in Skateboarder? I was 16 and it was insane. You’re, like, “No way, I’m in Skateboarder.” What did the mag mean to you back then? It gave me a life. Skateboarding gave me a life. Now I’m going to go die—just kidding! Who were you […]
Interview by : Jaime Owens Don’t let the portrait fool you. Jack Sabback isn’t some slimy Russian dude that’s going to try and sell you a fake Rolex or try to get you to touch his creepy moustache. He’s actually a very low-key and mellow East Coast skater that’s surprised to be where he is […]
Aaron Smith brings you a couple photos from recent ads of Jordan Taylor and Josh Murphy on this San Pedro out ledge. Click through to check it out.
All Photos by Jonathan Mehring This past Saturday, Vans invited a grip of talented skateboard enthusiasts out to the Paramount Studios back lot where Black Label, Pretzel Grip (aka Girl/Antihero aka Antiheroine), Zero and Foundation each built an unusual obstacle for a bunch of teams to shred upon. Some of the public was also invited […]
Check out PJ Ladd’s Flatground Fundamentals lesson 1 of 12 : kickflips.
Old school sequence from Blueprint’s Ecuador trip in the new issue.
Kevin Taylor takes care of this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com
Dan Drehobl Left Side Deep vein thrombosis: “I got a blood clot in my left leg after the knee surgery for my blown ACL. I was in bed for two weeks and I went to see the doctor. He was like ‘Walk on your leg.’ I couldn’t walk on it at all. He was like, […]
Neal Mims lived the dream. He came out to California, put his balls on the line, got the cover of one of the biggest skateboard publications, earned a good living for a minute and, shortly after, faded into obscurity. How does this happen to so many pros out there that seem to have it all […]