It’s tough to describe exactly what he does differently, but Gino is simply one of those “fun-to-watch” pro skaters. Raven Tershy introduces this 2003 Girl part.
Hosoi’s skating is tough to describe; it’s best to just watch and enjoy. David Gonzalez is a true fan of skateboarding, and here he introduces a 1989 classic.
Hewitt introduces this look back at Holmes’ Classic flow in the SK8 HARD video, 1987.
Zero helped establish the no-filler, all-gnarly skate video part. This suited Greco’s skating just fine. Dakota Servold introduces a 1999 classic, and rightfully points out one of the best back 360s ever.
Hard to believe this part is almost 10 years old. The precision gnar of TX’s skating will stand tall in any era. Carlos Ribeiro introduces a classic part from The Firm’s 2003 video.
Ask and you shall receive. After repeated requests for parts from the Think Damage video, we’ve decided to bend the rules and release this Classic in its entirety. Shao, Speyer, Drehobl, the list goes on…
This isn’t merely one of the gnarliest all-terrain parts ever—it’s the absolute benchmark. Over 20 years later, it’s still beyond belief that one person could accomplish everything done here. Colin McKay introduces Plan B’s 1992 classic.
Kenny Anderson introduces Ray Barbee’s part from Ban This.
Skate history will be kind to Jeremy Wray. His flip-trick snap, bolts landings, and spot annihilation legacy are on display in this 1995 Plan B part. Chris Pfanner introduces a classic.
Everyone rips these days; it’s hard to stand out. Daniel does his own thing and it’s worked for him. His skate vibe is displayed in the fun-looking line at1:05. Chet Childress introduces this Foundation part from 2004.
Some video parts have a trick-by-trick blueprint laid out before they’re even filmed. Josh narrates his Alien Workshop part from 2000, which showcases how he skates every day and why he’s a legend.
This 1996 FTC vid had its own unique vibe: Hammers for sure, but also an emphasis on every-day spots and smooth lines. And, the skating of Mike and Rick has always complemented each other.
The Adio video from 2001 had Hawk, Bam, and a host of rippers. Every one stepped up, including Ed—who had a great part, including his infamous nollie into a ditch. Brian Delatorre introduces one of his favorites.
No one really knows what drives Peter to skate like this, but he’s been at it for the past 10 years and isn’t slowing down. Here’s his part from Real’s 2002 video.
Koston’s amazing board control and effortless snap (especially on those nollies) is on full display in Girl’s vid from ’96. Lutzka introduces one of the greats.
King of the Road 2004 saw a young Ryan Sheckler handle business with the Almost team.
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Jake walks you through the day Gonz kickfliped the Gonz gap.
The era of entire video parts with mind-melting skating on gnarly street terrain—with little to no filler—really took off with Menikmati in 2000. Torey Pudwill introduces a true classic.
Trying to hold a boardslide steady is something every skater can relate to. But few know how a beast like this feels. Here’s why Steve is a legend.