Carlos Iqui hits the streets of SF in this clip for the new collab between DC and FTC. Watch the clip here.

There's two makes here: Milton both lands his ollie and survives a car impact. The spotter system broke down for sure on this one.

The Hoopla squad is made up entirely of female shredders. They rip transition, hop up on them handrails, and stomp bs flips down double sets. We're big fans. Enjoy...

Taking inspiration from back in the day when you skated all over the city, Manhattan Days is a film composed by Pontus Alv featuring CONS and Polar riders Aaron Herrington, Kevin Rodrigues, David Stenström, Jerome Campbell, Dane Brady and Pontus himself.

Silas comes through with three minutes of raw street footy for Krux trucks. Check it out.

They've shared their strange world in small doses but a full length Pyramid Country feature is on its way from outer space. This trippy trailer indicates what's in store.

It requires a unique spot and a creative mind to dip a feeble into a crooks at the same time.

Mike Anderson shows you how to do it right with a cool 30-pack and some carne asada for the grill. Cheers to fun times with good friends. Special offer from Matix here.

Join Mark Gonzales as he skates throughout New York City and explains some insights that include why he likes Manhattan, why he doesn’t like Brooklyn, and who Kev-lar is. The adidas Krooked pack is in stores now.

Metro and Spitfire are giving everyone a chance to win a year’s sponsorship. Check out the full details below.

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Skatestock III Houston, TX Oct 18
King VI: Bowl Bash Jamestown, NY Oct 18
Fallen Team Signing San Diego, CA Oct 18
Lifeblood's "Service for the Sick" Premiere Portland, OR Oct 18
CONS Project: Filming Skate Videos North America Oct 18
Toy Machine Halloween Demo Long Beach, CA Oct 25
Rheumatic Hard Core Session Brazil Oct 25
A Skatemare on 7th Street Wilmington, DE Oct 25
Day of the Shred Santa Ana, CA Nov 01
Skate for the Goat Hartford, CT Nov 02
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Cover boy Jeremy Leabres front blunts through the kink and slides through a 16-page jaw dropper of an interview. Ben Raemers backs it up with a 12-page interview which leaves no doubt that he's one of our country's most valuable imports. GX1000 scrubs away at London; Volcom crushes some cobblestone in Portugal and Vans sends some notes from their video base camp. Fall may be coming but this issue is gonna lift your spirits, kid.Add this one to your collection.