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  • There's a mindset today, especially in America, whereupon doing things the easy way is doing things the best way. Everyone who's left skin on the concrete or blood on the stairs, or limped to the car after trying a trick for two hours, knows this to be untrue. There is no easy way when trying to accomplish the impossible, but there is always, always, always a process to getting what it is you want so badly. Atiba Jefferson took us around for a day of shooting and breaks down the process for putting together his "Impossibly Polaroid" feature in The Skateboard Mag issue #133. Enjoy. Subscribe to The Skateboard Mag now in the Canteen.-- sb

  • No grip, no problem... Skating without griptape can be a slippery slope, but Mason Silva handles it like nothin'. If he skates this good on a setup without grip, just imagine how good his Recruit is gonna be this weekend.

  • While getting ready for his Recruit this weekend, Mason Silva comes out swinging with a new Thunder Trucks Know Future clip. 

  • The fire and stone don’t burn alone! 

  • Adrian Mallory has been killing it in San Francisco, ripping every nook and cranny they have to offer!

  • Who doesn’t love a perfect bump-to-bar? To celebrate the launch of adidas Skateboarding’s super comfy, high-performing BOOST technology, each Skate Copa stop will feature a bump-to-bar best trick event called BOOST THE BAR. The custom built obstacle is inspired by the team’s love of a good old fashioned bump-to-bar. Relive some of the adidas team’s favorite bump-to-bar moments, listen to the stories behind the tricks, and get ready for Skate Copa 2015 in LA this Saturday at the Berrics Westchester park.

  • When I got hired on to help film Fully Flared, I don't think I was more nervous to film anyone else. Part of the reason might be cause he took a chance on hiring me at Lakai and the other might be cause I've always been a huge Mike Carroll fan. Check out a few of my favorite clips we filmed during the making of Fully Flared. Thanks for letting me film, Mike! —Chris Ray
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