Junk Drawer
  • Costume Contest Submissions

    Costume Contest Submissions
    We got a bunch of rad submissions for our Internet Shack costume contest. Check out the top 15 and vote for your favorite here.
  • Neck Face Show

    Neck Face Show
    Tim Cisilino checks in with some photos from Neck Face's Halloween art show bash.
  • The Uncommon Thread

    The Uncommon Thread
    Stance proudly welcomes Chris Cole to their team.
  • Burnout: Machine Memories Part 1

    Burnout: Machine Memories Part 1
    Before leaving on a Toy Machine trip, Burnout put together some photos he shot with the guys from 2001-2005. More to come.
  • Firing Line: Mikey Curtis

    Firing Line: Mikey Curtis
    "He does a kickflip, cruises a bit, and then does a boardslide." Doesn't sound like much, right? Mikey shows why a downhill line is always worth a look.
  • Reminder: Costume Contest

    Reminder: Costume Contest
    Now that Halloween is over it's time to go through your pictures and send them in for your chance to win a Volcom prize package and a Roger board.
  • Shitheads

    Shitheads
    T-Mo and friends skate an Oakland DIY spot in this clip from Deluxe.
  • Rodrigo in HD

    Rodrigo in HD
    LRG put together an edit of Rodrigo TX's HD footage from their "Give me my money Chico" video.
  • To Europe With Love: Part 3

    To Europe With Love: Part 3
    eS hits Vitoria and Madrid in part 3 of their To Europe With Love trip.
  • Weekly Wrap-up

    Weekly Wrap-up
    The polls open up for SOTY, Internet Shack Halloween special, Burnout goes to the Toy Machine Premiere, best 50-50 contest submissions, and more.
In The Mag
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Outta the bog and straight into the fire, Brandon Westgate scorches onto the October 2018 cover with an ollie to perilous plank ride. More W-Gate inside by way of a feature interview—all handsomely shot by masterlensman Brian Gaberman—as part of a behind-the-scenes look at Element’s newest video offering, Peace. Nassim, Jaako, Madars and Julian Davidson all get grilled, too. This vid is gonna be HEAVY! In tales of travel, REAL took their Actions Realized efforts to Chicago, Detroit, Providence and Taunton, MA, spreading the stoke and doing good deeds along the way. Circle-F-wise, Corey Glick and Dakota Servold both have interviews, letting you know that the new Foundation vid will be absolutely bonkers (as they always are). And if you’re sick of low-impact curb dancing, have no fears—Nuke Baby is here to make sure those drops stay high and the rails stay kinked! Hope you’re done with your homework because this one’s gonna take over your life. Add this one to your collection.