Skate Photo Feature: Alex Washington

Skate Photo Feature: Alex Washington
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I know what you’re thinking—"Another ollie photo?!" That’s right, another ollie photo. But you know what? There are a lot more kids out there who can kickflip a 10-stair than kids who can ollie this block.  … read more

Skate Photo Feature: Tyson Bowerbank

Skate Photo Feature: Tyson Bowerbank
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Finding a new line at an old spot is always nice—no flip-in, flip-out stuff here. Tyson kept it clean and simple … … read more

Skate Photo Feature

Skate Photo Feature
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Dirk’s skateboarding is full of unconventional tricks. He comes up with some pretty harebrained ideas and, somehow, pulls them off with style and ease. Look at that last frame. … read more

Skate Photo Feature

Skate Photo Feature
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 This photo is for the SLUG readers who “used to skate” … … read more

SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Isaiah Beh

SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Isaiah Beh
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Isaiah has been around the Salt Lake skate scene for a long time. He won’t remember this, but I first saw him skate in person one night in 2003 … … read more

SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Taylor Green

SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Taylor Green
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These photos are the result of three trips to the library, two (and a half) broken boards and a lot of skin and blood from Taylor Green’s back.

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SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Chandler Seipert

SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Chandler Seipert
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Kicked Out of Everywhere was a skate video title from Real Skateboards circa 1999. That phrase describes street skating pretty well.  

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Skate Photo Feature: Ryan Lay

Skate Photo Feature: Ryan Lay
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I was lucky enough to shoot with Ryan Lay while he was in Utah a couple of months back. He has an eye for unique spots and a nollie reminiscent

Skate Photo Feature: Vinnie Mango

Skate Photo Feature: Vinnie Mango
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“Switch-stance skating is boring,” said Heath Kirchart in an interview with CCS in the late ’90s … Vinnie Mango doesn’t care.

Skate Photo Feature: Clark Thomas

Skate Photo Feature: Clark Thomas
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I didn’t think I’d see anyone even attempt this gap when a crew of seven or eight rolled up on it. … read more