Filmers usually document the carnage, but here's Ant on the other end of the lens enduring a direct hit.

Cheers to another masterpiece of skateboarding cinema from William Strobeck.

Supra had the opportunity to give a little something back to London’s local skateboarding community thanks to the founder of Frontside Gardens, Andy Willis, and Chad Muska.

Ben Raybourn takes it back to his hometown of Rosenberg, Texas and revisits the spots of his youth in this clip from Independent.

Eerily reminiscent of Carbondale 10 years later, the song remains the same. Pedro Barros took 1st in bowl and Couch wore no shoes. Algorta BOWL-A-RAMA and P-Stone were there.

It's been a minute, but like seeing an old friend it's awesome to know Corey's still out there skating fast and attacking spots.

He's just a little taller than his board but CJ has one of the best prodigy styles we've seen for such a young kid. He's only going to get better and better. Check this out.

Emannuel Guzman, Shuriken Shannon, Sid Melvin, and Justin Strubing take the new line of Star Wars x Santa Cruz decks outfor some ripping.

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Santa Cruz Tour East Coast Sep 24
Proof-Lab 10-Year Anniversary Show Mill Valley, CA Sep 27
Hangtown Massacre IV Placerville, CA Sep 28
Larb Fest San Diego, CA Oct 11
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Miles Silvas kickflip back tails his way onto the October cover and continues his campaign of carnage with a 14-page interview inside. Asphalt Yacht Club goes full-on conspiracy theory in Denver; Supra crushes the cobblestone in the UK and Cory Kennedy and company hit the dirt on a Hellride through the Pacific Northwest. Turn on, tune out, drop in. Add this one to your collection.