• Thomas Taylor Memorial Skate Jam Photos

    Thomas Taylor Memorial Skate Jam Photos
    On May 6th, 2023 the Atlanta skate scene came together to celebrate the memory of Thomas Taylor—friend, dad, ripping skater and keeper of the flame. Big love to the Stratosphere family. This shit’s forever.
  • RIP IN PEACE: Thomas Taylor

    RIP IN PEACE: Thomas Taylor
    Thomas Taylor was a giant in the Atlanta scene and provided a blueprint for how to live the fullest life as a skateboarder. From his pro career to building a family and fostering the community through his Stratosphere shop, he is remembered by everyone he touched. Read closely as his loved ones reflect on his incredible ride.
  • "Filthy Delights" Video

    "Filthy Delights" Video
    Full parts from Damian Bravo and Massimo Cavedoni bring long-awaited clips to light. Donnelly, Busenitz, Gerwer, Asselin, Aultz and more all-stars from the DLX family round out the experience.
  • Stratosphere Skateshop's "Club Strat" Video

    Stratosphere Skateshop's "Club Strat" Video
    GT, Brock, Clark, Plunkett, T Gloves and a pack of ATL heavy hitters build up the ‘crete and tear down the street. Grant and Tom Taylor’s part will warm your cold heart. 
  • Kevin Shealy's "Yak the Vibes" Part

    Kevin Shealy's "Yak the Vibes" Part
    Tall dude style, cutty LA spots, and total commitment. Shealy is a beast, and we are big fans. Enjoy...
  • The Follow Up: Lottie’s Skateshop

    The Follow Up: Lottie’s Skateshop
    Lotties owner Mike Gigliotti caught up with David Clark and Nick Michel to talk about filming for the video, Gonz stories, bleached man buns and mid-90s miniramp footage. You know, all the important stuff.
  • "Lotties Skateshop Must Be Stopped" Video

    "Lotties Skateshop Must Be Stopped" Video
    This is everything you could ever want from a skateboarding video. Sit back and enjoy. Then hit the streets...
  • "Lotties Skateshop Must Be Stopped" Premiere Photos

    "Lotties Skateshop Must Be Stopped" Premiere Photos
    This past Thursday we had a super small showing for close friends to see the new Lotties video. —Daniel Wheatley
  • Trevor Thompson Goes Pro

    Trevor Thompson Goes Pro
    This past Saturday, WKND hosted a private get together at Kingswell in Los Feliz fueled by vegan doughnuts and copious amounts of free beer, the crowd was stoked to present Trevor with his first pro board. Congrats Bone, you deserve it!
  • Spitfire Presents: Lotties Primetime

    Spitfire Presents: Lotties Primetime
    This Spitfire X Lotties skate shop vid is as legit as it gets—with footy from Andrew Allen, Spanky, Danny Brady, Jerry Hsu, Andrew Reynolds and Dane Barker. If this doesn’t spark it for you, you’re hopeless. Burn, baby, burn!
  • Keyaki Ike's "Flowgressive" Part

    Keyaki Ike's "Flowgressive" Part
    Combining swift ledgework with masterful form, Keyaki unleashes hit after hit of technical brilliance on Japan's dreamy plazas. 
  • Pizza Skateboards' "Stellar Wind" Video

    Pizza Skateboards' "Stellar Wind" Video
    The Pizza team serves up a sturdy appetizer before Rahim fully cooks to close out their newest production.
  • Atiba Jefferson's Vans Photo Show in Paris Recap

    Atiba Jefferson's Vans Photo Show in Paris Recap
    Vans brought out a serious squad to Paris for back-to-back sessions and cultural soirees. Tap in with the team as they scope the streets and link up with Atiba for his big night.
  • ROUGH CUT: Silas Baxter Neal's "Burrow" Part

    ROUGH CUT: Silas Baxter Neal's "Burrow" Part
    Silas poured his heart and soul into the gritty Northwest streets for his Burrow part, with every quick kickflip and hellacious hammer taking its toll. This is what it takes for a SOTY to outdo himself.
  • New Balance Numeric's "High Noon" Video

    New Balance Numeric's "High Noon" Video
    Sean Paul, Connor Reeve, Cato Dobbs and hella homies from New Balance unleash on the dreamy streets of Oz and New Zealand. Sean Ryan's closing section is essential viewing.
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    April 2024 Filipe Mota Thrasher Cover_Burnett_350
    Chris Russell floats an Eggplant in OZ for the cover of July 2024, an issue packed from start to finish. GX hits Japan, Bannerot crawls walls, Lou bombs elephants, and Jhancarlos humbles the heaviest rails. Secure 200 pages of stoke before it’s too late.