Congrats to the winners of the Theories Design Contest, and thank you to everyone who submitted entries!
Slam City published an intensive interview with Eli Gesner about New York City skateboarding in its infancy, Kids, Zoo York, and much more.
Rolling Stone profiled Alexis Sablone ahead of the 2020 Olympics.
Chrystie mastermind Pep Kim is our latest Artist of Theory.
Too Cuntry is an unapologetically southern look at the Nashville skate scene. Features plenty of crusty spots, country music, and yes, Ross Norman footage.
Tom Knox’s Out There, in which he dives into parenthood, the roots of Isle, and that extensive Catfish line, is some of the best #content Thrasher’s ever produced.
It’s an absolute crime that Kevin Taylor isn’t brought up more in the “forty-and-up who still rip” conversation. Watch KT and the Scumco crew’s travels through upstate New York and Centralia.
Speaking of upstate New York, here’s a mini Japhey Dow remix for your weekend.
WKND’s Death Dance is on YouTube, so you can finally watch it on your smart TV.
Andrew Wilson, Max Palmer, and Josh Pall went to Austin on Carhartt’s dime
Our friend Maxi Schaible grinds around corners and masters the backside 180 fakie manual in his new part on Grey Skate Mag.