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  • HE COULD GO ALL THE WAY - Stephen Lawyer

    Our flatbar has been with us since day one, and if it could talk it would say, "Triple camo?!" Stephen Lawyer passes his bar exam with a long-ass kickflip front feeble in his trill trousers. Adjourned!

    HE COULD GO ALL THE WAY - Stephen Lawyer

    Our flatbar has been with us since day one, and if it could talk it would say, "Triple camo?!" Stephen Lawyer passes his bar exam with a long-ass kickflip front feeble in his trill trousers. Adjourned!

  • TRICKIPEDIA - Frontside Tailslide Bigspin Heelflip

    Trickipedia is not a “trick tips” section, but that doesn't mean you're not going to learn. Trickipedia is the general education page for skateboarding tricks started by The Berrics so that future generations understand the difference between frontside and backside, and that there is no such thing as switch nollie half-Cabs. Each week one of Skateboarding's best will help fill Trickipedia's pages. Making it the most comprehensive trick reference work on the planet. This week Dave Bachinsky tackles the frontside tailslide bigspin heelflip out. If you have any suggestions of who you would like to see do certain tricks in the future feel free to drop us a line at trickipedia@theberrics.com.

    TRICKIPEDIA - Frontside Tailslide Bigspin Heelflip

    Trickipedia is not a “trick tips” section, but that doesn't mean you're not going to learn. Trickipedia is the general education page for skateboarding tricks started by The Berrics so that future generations understand the difference between frontside and backside, and that there is no such thing as switch nollie half-Cabs. Each week one of Skateboarding's best will help fill Trickipedia's pages. Making it the most comprehensive trick reference work on the planet. This week Dave Bachinsky tackles the frontside tailslide bigspin heelflip out. If you have any suggestions of who you would like to see do certain tricks in the future feel free to drop us a line at trickipedia@theberrics.com.

  • BANGIN! - Mark Appleyard

    For you 9-to-5ers out there, we know all you really want is for Mondays to be smooth. This is where Apples comes in, with a Bangin' that'll help get you through the day in style.

    BANGIN! - Mark Appleyard

    For you 9-to-5ers out there, we know all you really want is for Mondays to be smooth. This is where Apples comes in, with a Bangin' that'll help get you through the day in style.


  • Paterson League teams up with Bobby Puelo for its latest collaboration.


  • Sal Barbier is one of street skateboarding’s pioneers. He sat down for an interview with The Nine Club in which he talks about his Louisiana roots, H-Street, Plan B, Etnies, éS, Elwood, Aesthetics, and more.


  • The switch flip switch manny heard around the world.

  • ZION WRIGHT - Recruited

    The early '90s signified the biggest change skateboarding has ever gone through and became the defining principle of what it meant to skateboard. Since then, the pros of the early 90s have managed to rule over skateboarding since they turned it into what it is today. In the early 2000s a few new faces had emerged but still, the ruling pros, the ones who became the owners of companies, the people who say how things are, the people who say who is going to be what, the now establishment, are still those young guys who turned skateboarding on its head over 20 years ago. The chokehold my generation has had for all this time, however, is now slowly starting to loosen its grip on the throat of all those people who dream of coming up and taking their places. It's happening, the new faces are emerging more than the old ones are sticking around. It's an exciting time, some may be bittersweet, but the clock cannot be stopped from ticking. Our hope is that our Recruits someday, maybe 20 years from now, face the same challenges every generation faces with the influx of new faces and talent who do things we only dreamed of. -- sb

    ZION WRIGHT - Recruited

    The early '90s signified the biggest change skateboarding has ever gone through and became the defining principle of what it meant to skateboard. Since then, the pros of the early 90s have managed to rule over skateboarding since they turned it into what it is today. In the early 2000s a few new faces had emerged but still, the ruling pros, the ones who became the owners of companies, the people who say how things are, the people who say who is going to be what, the now establishment, are still those young guys who turned skateboarding on its head over 20 years ago. The chokehold my generation has had for all this time, however, is now slowly starting to loosen its grip on the throat of all those people who dream of coming up and taking their places. It's happening, the new faces are emerging more than the old ones are sticking around. It's an exciting time, some may be bittersweet, but the clock cannot be stopped from ticking. Our hope is that our Recruits someday, maybe 20 years from now, face the same challenges every generation faces with the influx of new faces and talent who do things we only dreamed of. -- sb


  • Kadow joins Donovon Piscopo, John Fitzgerald, and Andrew Allen in the pro ranks at FA’s sister brand.

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