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Black Hubba, New York City

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Consider the following skateboarding’s roll of honor:

– Anthony Pappalardo – Bs tailslide – Lakai ad 2002
– Mark Gonzales – Boardslide – Instagram
– Hugo Maillard & Clément Harpillard – Double layback boardslide – Giddy #03
– Blake Kent – Layback boardslide one foot – Instagram
– Paul Kobriger – Ass slide – Instagram
– Max Saubert – Fs boardslide to fakie – Instagram
– @jerseyjim5050 – Layback fs boardslide – Instagram
– Anthony Van Engelen – Fs tailslide to fakie – AWS ‘Photosynthesis’
– Kevin Phelps – Fs tailslide 270 out – Culture Shock
– Henrik Lund – Fs lipslide – Matix NYC
– @bogdamnit – Lipslide to nosegrind – Instagram
– Frankie Spears – Lipslide shuvit & nollie noseslide – Downwopp
– Brian Brown – Bs lipslide to fakie – Vicious Cycle
– Alex Olson – Bs lip shuvit – Girl ‘Pretty Sweet’
– Alex Olson – Bs lip fs reverse – Supreme ‘Cherry’
– Unknown – Fs smithgrind reverse – Huf in New York
– Unknown – Fakie lipslide – Huf in New York
– Neil Herrick – Fs shuvit back fifty – 5Boro ‘5BNY’
– Nick Boserio – Nosegrind – Life Splicing No. 004
– Karsten Kleppan – Fs 180 Nosegrind reverse – Matix NYC
– Mark Suciu – Bs 180 nosegrind – Adidas ‘Away Days’
– @honeybrod – Noseslide nollie heel – Instagram
– Kevin Tierney – Feeble to fakie, fakie fifty – Static V
– Aaron Herrington – Fakie nosegrind revers – Static IV
– Jimmy McDonald – Nollie fs crook – 5Boro ‘5BNY’
– Danny Renaud – Switch lipslide – Habitat ‘Mosaic’
– Billy Rohan – Switch tailslide, switch tailslide 270, kickflip fifty fs revers, nollie noseslide to fakie & Bs noseblunt to fakie – Alphabetcity
– Unknown – Fs bluntslide – Brute ‘NY’
– Jon Pine – Fs noseblunt bigspin – Wasted Youth Video
– Jon Pine – 36 shuvit lipslide – Instagram
– Madars Apse – nose to boardslide 270 out – DC Shoes ‘Street Sweeper’
– Jerry Hsu – Switch boardslide 270 – Emerica ‘Stay Gold’
– Unknown – Switch barley grind revers – My movie
– Aaron Suski – Kickflip bs 5-0 – Emerica ‘Stay Gold’
– Jake Johnson – Kickflip bs lip to fakie – AWS ‘Mindfield’
– Tyshawn Jones – Kickflip bs tail – Joyride
– Eli Reed – Switch pop shuvit fifty – Zoo York ‘State of Mind’
– Zered Bassett – Switch tre lipslide – Zoo York ‘State of Mind’
– Zered Bassett – Boneless tailslide – SKATE New York with Zered Bassett – Series Premiere
– George Owen – Boneless fifty – Instagram
– @good_2_drive – Boneless boardslide – Instagram
– Kevin Tierney – Fs fifty up – Static V remix
– Brandon Westgate – Bs fifty up – Zoo York ‘State of Mind’
– Unknown – Boardslide up 270 – Ambiguous NYC skate trip
– Josh Swyers – Fs lipslide up – Old Dominion
– Eli Reed – Switch fifty up – JENKEM ‘Evolution of NYC’s Black Hubba’
– Jimmy Lannon – Manny up – Static IV
– JT Aultz – Nose manny up – Osiris ‘Never gets old’
– Unknown – Ollie up + kickflip to fakie & ollie over – The Fat Kid
– Jahmal Williams – Ollie up + impossible – Static IV
– Aaron Suski – Ollie Up + tre flip to fakie + switch 180 down – Emerica ‘This is Skateboarding’
– Alex Olson – Ollie up + bigspin flip + 5-0 on the kink – Instagram
– Dan Zvereff – Ollie up + nollie bs heelflip – Zoo York ‘State of Mind’
– Franky Villani – Ollie up + Kasper + bs bigspin down – Instagram
– Anthony Pappalardo – Ollie up between the rails – The Fat Kid
– Jake Johnson – Fs 180 up & fs flip up – JENKEM ‘Evolution of NYC’s Black Hubba’
– Dick Rizzo – Lipslide – Quasi ‘Mother’
– Nick Michel – Ollie up + bs 180 out – Youtube clip
– Tom Knox – Ollie up + fs shuvit down – Atlantic Drift 4
– Unknown – Fs 180 up + switch 180 down – Instagram
– Josh Wilson – Ollie up + bs flip down – Instagram
– Walker Ryan – Ollie up + fs bigspin down, fs 180 up + switch bs flip down, fs 180 up + switch bs bigspin out – ABD NYC
– Dylan Nieves – Nose manny fs reverse – Instagram
– Aaron Herrington – Bluntslide + fs shuvit down – Static IV
– Nick Michel – Blunt + varial flip down – Losing transworld come up tour part
– Hugo Maillard – Step up on his friend and fs 180 down – Co op Hugo Maillard & Romain Batard
– Felipe Oliveira – Nose stall pop up bs 360 – The (L) Train
– Liam Pleasant – Boneless nose stall – Instagram
– Vincent Touzery – Fs noseslide pop up – Spirit Quest
– Gilbert Crockett – Kickflip over the top – Instagram
– Sean Pablo – Ollie up + no comply down – Supreme ‘Cherry’
– Ben Kadow – Manny – Supreme ‘Cherry’
– @luielliott – nose manny – Instagram
– Eli Reed – Switch 180 manny reverse – TWS ‘The Cinematographer’
– Flo Mirtain – Fakie ollie switch manny – ‘Hot feet’ part
– Alex Olson – Foot plant – Call Me 917 ‘The 917 video’
– Unknown – 36 shu footplant – Call Me 917 ‘The 917 video’
– @dirtydave969 – kickflip footplant – sweet16.tv video
– Alex Olson – Kickflip over – The Fat Kid
– Alex Olson – Fs flip over – Girl ‘Pretty Sweet’
– Brad Cromer – Bs flip over – Pro part 2013
– Tyshawn Jones – Heelflip over – Supreme ‘Cherry’
– Tyshawn Jones – Bs heelflip over, Fs heel over – Adidas ‘Away Days’
– Sylvester Eduardo – Fs 360 over – 5Boro ‘5BNY’
– Matt Gottwig – Varial heelflip over – Instagram
– Unknown – Hardflip over – Bronze ‘Trust’
– Antonio Durao – Switch flip – Water & Army introducing
– Jake Donnelly – Switch fs flip over – Adidas ‘Away Days’
– Brian Delatorre – Nollie bs 180 over – Habitat ‘Search the Horizon’
– Diego Najera – Nollie flip over – Primitive ‘Opal Promo’

Sorry for the unmentionned, we just couldn’t find your name!

Adult Inc
Interview

Founders Interview: Anthony Pappalardo of Adult Inc.

Inspired by the likes of Phelps, Gitter and Pushead, Anthony Pappalardo kicked off his writing career contributing to Slap at the ripe age of 19 and went on to write multiple books covering the hardcore music scene. These days he’s a contributing writer for Jenkem and Vice, and he’s just recently launched the new East Coast rooted skate brand, Adult Inc. To celebrate, we’ve teamed up to bring you a KrakBox exclusive Adult Inc. pin and tee! We also took the opportunity to talk to Anthony about being raised by skateboarding, music and bad tv, and how it’s shaped him and the brand.

Jerry Mraz. Photo: Patrick Buckley

Jerry Mraz. Photo: Patrick Buckley

Let’s start with some background details: when and how did you get into skateboarding, when did you become a writer, and when did you put the two together?
Do you remember the movie Thrashin’? It’s not good. Much like Gleaming the Cube/A Brother’s Revenge was also trash, but those two movies along with the much more iconic Back to the Future got a lot of ‘80s kids into skating or at least landed them a Christmas/ Holiday complete.

Check this out though, the female lead in Thrashin’ was played by Pamela Gidley, who was a beauty pageant winner and from Salem, NH, the town my family moved to when I was 10. This was a big story in the local paper. I guess she got some loot, because she bought a DeLorean—the exact car in fucking Back to the Future. It sat in front of this suburban ranch home for years and was about half the length of the home. Anyway, like most kids I asked for a skateboard one Christmas, but unlike most of my friends, I actually rode it all the time—in my basement, in my garage, and on the streets when the snow melted. New England winters suck. The hardest part wasn’t even the actual skateboarding, but rather, finding people to skate with until you get your driver’s license—at least for me, as I lived in a place without public transportation that would take you to a city.

On the East Coast, specifically the Northeast, there weren’t many devoted skate shops yet—it was mostly BMX shops that carried skateboards. I rode my bike to this spot called Flyin’ Wheels and got an issue of Thrasher. That was a big deal. I immediately subscribed and devoured every page until the next arrived, along with getting a free Skate Rock cassette with the sub—a real introduction to this imaginary culture that only lived in my head. More importantly, I was reading about skateboarding written by skateboarders, as well as music that I had only heard of in passing… I mean fuck, I was 12 or some shit.

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Phelps. Gitter. Pushead. Here’s why this trinity was important. Jake Phelps had lived in Boston and was a legend before working for Thrasher and was a roadie for SS Decontrol, arguably the most important hardcore band from the city. Mike Gitter published his own zine called xXx and parlayed that into a freelance music journalism career and later A&R lane. He was also from Boston and wrote for the mag. Pushead had the Metallica/Zorlac connection and he was also an incredible writer, who captured what a band actually sounded like. OK, he was in SF, but it didn’t matter. Knowing that some of the roots of all of this connected back to something local made it more tangible to me.

I started working on my own terrible zines, then contributing to better ones, before I was introduced to Lance Dawes at Slap, through I believe Vern Laird and Sergei Trudnowski—I’m foggy on that. Dawes had a deep hardcore history, growing up in the Washington, D.C. area and he allowed me to submit some music reviews to Slap, as well as later letting me write about some skate events and interview bands. I was 19 and contributed to Slap into the early 2000s. I’m scared to read most of that stuff—I’m sure it was full of cliches and poor grammar, but it didn’t matter, as that opened things up for me and I actually got paid.

Brian Douglas. Photo: Zander Taketomo

Brian Douglas. Photo: Zander Taketomo

You’ve also played in hardcore bands and been involved in that scene—including writing a few books about it—did music and skateboarding go hand in hand when you were growing up? Did one influence the other?
For sure, but I think that there’s a bit of revisionist history in that the connection to hip-hop and rap gets left out of this Southern California fairytale. Contextually, as the first wave of hardcore is fading, rap/hip-hop forces its way into mainstream culture. That was equally vital and exciting, even if—at least in the Boston area—it wasn’t experienced in all-ages matinees. In the same way that we’d search out punk singles, we’d look for hip-hop 12”s or rare B-Sides. I mean, if you saw Plan B Questionable, you wanted to know who Hieroglyphics were as much as you wanted a Firehose or Dinosaur Jr cassette years prior. Boston historically had a big hardcore scene, but around 1990 it shrunk a bit, so if you saw someone at a show who looked like they skated, chances are you run into them at a spot and you became friends.

Skating and hardcore punk were similar in that they made you travel outside of your town—once you got a taste, you wanted to experience it other places. You want to go to CBGB and skate the Brooklyn Banks, etc. Later getting to go on tour and play so many historic venues as well as legendary skate spots was a trip. I mean, fuck, we played Gilman Street in Berkeley, CA and there ended up being a skate contest in SF. That was the first time I saw Mark Gonzales skate in person. Fuck.

Jerry Mraz. Photo: Jonathan Mehring

Jerry Mraz. Photo: Jonathan Mehring

So you’ve just launched your new skate brand ‘Adult’—congrats! You told Jenkem that when the opportunity to start the brand came up you hesitated because there are so many brands already, but then you decided you were overthinking it. Did you just decide to take the gamble or did you realise that there was a gap you could fill?
Honestly, it will work or it won’t. I try not to stay in my own head. The skateboarding industry is a lot like memes at this point. Sometimes I look at the shit and wonder what it even means—am I too old to get the humor? Is that what a 16-year-old somewhere in the world likes? We just stepped back and made what we thought would be interesting and looked right on a skateboard. The entire idea of starting a company where the profit margins suck is counter to capitalism, so in that sense, it’s not even a business. It’s not a hobby either, it’s a creative outlet, so I look at a brand like I would painting or fine art. How many artists make money in their lifetime? Well, sadly, mostly the shitty ones do or at least the ones I don’t find interesting. Ha.

You threw around ideas for the brand with artist Noah Butkus and he art directed the video ‘Back Pages’ which you launched with. Is he responsible for all the graphics in the first range? What is it about his aesthetic that you like and why did you think it was right for Adult?
Noah is one third of the brand along with Cortney Miner. He’s the visual identity and will be creating the brand’s aesthetic as long as it exists. What attracted me to what he does, is that it has a familiarity, but it’s distinct. It’s his own thing and language that I think translates into what looks good on a skateboard. We set up this guardrail of using a little restraint and trying to create some tone without giving it all away. Are you really going to outdo Cliver or McKee? Is that even possible in this current landscape/post-analog world? It’s similar to the advent of rip-off graphics in the early-’90s—World Industries owned that, because they put a spin on it, while other companies were looking at a fucking Lay’s Chips logo, wondering what rider’s name started with an “L.”

When you look at what Jason Dill has done with FA/Hockey’s aesthetic, he really had a vision to fill a void, so if you want to play in the space, you not only have to create something more compelling, but you’re against a company owned by two of skateboarding’s most recognizable personalities, with the deepest roster. Good luck. That’s suicide. For Adult, it’s more about thinking of new ways to communicate without being too fucking extra at the same time.

Adult Inc skateboard

I’ve read that you were into B-grade movies and old Marvel cartoons as a kid and I can see some of this in the look of Adult. That, and the collage DIY style reminiscent of the hardcore scene. Was there much thought put into the brand aesthetic or was it the natural direction based on your own tastes and influences?
On one hand, I firmly believe that everyone inherently has a voice and when you try to change it, rather than refine it, it’s counter to the creative process. Conversely, anyone in my age group that got into skating, punk, indie, whatever, probably had the same experience. We were latchkey kids, raised by an era of television when cable wasn’t in every home, so you just watched what was on. The later the day got, the weirder the programming. You’re some kid drunk on sleep staring at the USA network at 1AM, watching a movie that probably shouldn’t have gotten made. It’s slightly off and slightly right on. So there’s that.

That commonality is automatic and you can’t control it, but we also both agreed that we wanted to own our visuals. Why are we going to pay to print other people’s art that wasn’t created with skating in mind? That’s been done. Also, nostalgia is a game for old people. I may be old, but I’m not interested in recreating my youth or thinking Adult should be like H-Street or Santa Cruz. I mean, let’s be honest, a lot of H-Street’s graphics kinda sucked—it’s easy to remember a Hensley graphic, but who the fuck is scouring eBay for a John Sonner board?

Adult Inc skateboard

The t-shirt you’ve done exclusively for this KrakBox has a hardcore album reference. What’s the story behind the design?
The “spit” graphic is something Noah drew up that immediately felt right for Adult and is a character that we can evolve. As far as the reference, it was a nod to a time, put in a new context. It’s actually less about Greg Ginn or Black Flag, but the colors and typography on that Gone album. The hope is that someone connects the dots and digs that record, but it’s kind of an outlier in that those references aren’t really in the line at all.

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Also, Gone took that line/sample from an Elvis track called “Milk Cows Boogie,” so it’s that tradition of reappropriating, as much as it is a little homage. His version came out in 1955, pre-dating the King getting real, real gone himself.

Tell us about that bag of sketchy polaroids you found in the woods as a kid.
Actually, there was this overpass near my house and depending on the water levels, you could walk across this creek or stream or whatever, if the rocks were poking through. Real suburban idiot shit, because they were usually slippery and you were bound to fall. Some creep had to have planted them or at least sent a perved out “message in a bottle,” because stuck on one of these rocks was a clear ziplock bag filled with Polaroids. I grabbed the bag and jumped back to the shore, only to find several pics of some hairy guy’s junk. My brain was thinking “boobs,” but then it was an uncircumsized dick, so that was a bit anticlimactic. I guess the experience would have been way different if I were attracted to men, but that wasn’t the case. One’s trash truly is another’s treasure. But honestly, I still believe some lurker saw us always fucking around down at this place and planted them.

Frankie Nash, 180 50-50 from flat. Photo: Leo Menezes

Frankie Nash, 180 50-50 from flat. Photo: Leo Menezes

The team consists of Jerry Mraz, Frankie Nash, Brian Douglas and Jake Baldini. Why did you choose these guys?
They’re East Coast, they’re all different, but they all share the thread of telling this story. Most importantly, they all have been so patient and trusting of us so far and have been giving real, unfiltered feedback. For example, Jake was really vocal about wanting the brand to work with Chapman Skateboards and really continue the lineage of East Coast skateboarding, as well as work with someone who really put this on the map. That’s what’s really important to me. We went out to Long Island, looked at concaves, and just shot the shit, taking in the magnitude of what they’ve been able to do for skateboarding. The place is a lowkey museum.

Lastly, where can we get our hands on the first Adult range?
For this first drop we’re only selling directly to shops—no online sales direct to consumer. Yup, another fucking dumb idea, but hopefully it builds a little synergy with the local shops that are so vital to skateboarding. We’ll eventually sell online, since not everyone is near a shop, but for now, if you want Adult, tag a shop on our Instagram or ask your local politely—don’t be a punisher.

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This interview was originally featured in the printed KrakMag issue 18 that shipped with the Love KrakBox. Want to get your hands on a copy of the next printed KrakMag? Want to receive epic skateboarding product every two months? Check out the KrakBox now!

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Flushing Meadows Park, New-York City

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Consider the following skateboarding’s roll of honor:

– Alien Workshop ‘Photosynthesis’: backside nosegrind & switch backside tailslide by Brian Wenning; switch frontside 5-0 180 out by Anthony Pappalardo
– Zoo York ‘Peep This’: crook by Rodney Torres; switch tailslide by Scott Johnston
– DC video: frontside smith by Rob Dyrdek
– Youtube clip: backgrind frontside revert & backgrind to boardslide to fakie & backside 5-0 bigspin out by Van Wastell; tailslide & lipslide by CJ Dixon; half cab noseslide & to fakie & one footed & switch boardslide 270 out & 50-50 by unknowns; frontside nosegrind shuvit out by Rob Gonyon
– Zoo York ‘EST’: tailslide by Aaron Suski
– 5boro ‘World of Mouth’: frontside boardslide fakie by Andy Pitts; nollie lipslide by Danny Falla
– Zoo York ‘Vicious Cycle’: nollie backside lipslide by Forrest Kirby; flip noseslide by “Lurker” Lou; frontside crook & fakie frontside 5-0 by Zered Bassett
– Girl ‘Yeah Right’: backside lipslide by Gino Iannuci; backside feeble by Mike Carroll; nollie frontside nosegrind by Brandon Biebel
– Zoo York ‘EST 4’: frontside blunt by Mike Simione; tailslide heelflip out & backside tailslide flip out by Danny Falla
– Zoo York ‘EST 2’: noseslide bigspin by Zered Bassett; half cab noseslide 270 out & frontside tailslide flip out & frontside tailslide varial flip out by Danny Falla
– eS ‘Menikmati’: frontside tailslide 270 out & noseslide nollie flip out w/ a bottle in his hand(!) by Ronnie Creager
– Zoo York ‘Mixtape 2’: noseslide nollie heelflip out by Brian Brown; fakie nosegrind revert by Danny Supa; switch backside crook by Zered Bassett
– Zoo York ‘True East’: backside tailslide heelflip out by Chaz Ortiz; backside lipslide revert by Kevin Tierney
– Trailer ‘Streets: NY’: backside tailslide bigspin out by unknown
– Zoo York ‘City of Killers’: noseslide to crook & frontside nosegrind by Lui Araki
– Transworld ‘In Bloom’: half cab crook by Chris Cole
– 5boro ‘NYNY’: nollie frontside 180 crook by Robert Lim
– 411 ‘Vol. 3 issue 1’: backside 180 nosegrind by Wieger Van Wageningen
– Nike ‘NBTT’: fakie heelflip backside tailslide by Wieger Van Wageningen
– The firm riding with Wieger: backside tailslide & fakie crook by Wieger Van Wageningen
– Zoo York youtube clip: backside tailslide to fakie & 5-0 switch crook by Rodney Torres
– Street Cinema ‘City Stars’: switch frontside nosegrind by Javier Nunez
– Habitat ‘Mosaic’: nollie backside 5-0 backside 180 out by Stefan Janoski
– Zoo York ‘EST 2000’: switch backside 5-0 revert by Brian Wenning
– Transworld ‘On the Radar’ clip: fakie tailslide hardflip out by Jeremy Murray
– eS ‘eSpecial’: switch backside lipslide by Bobby Worrest
– Get Familiar: backside lipslide to 5-0 by Bobby Worrest
– Krooked ‘Kronicles’: backside tailslide 360 shuvit out by Bobby Worrest
– ‘Street skating in the big apple’: flip backside lipslide & switch lipslide to backside lipslide & backside lipslide to backside tailslide by Torey Pudwill
– flip backside 5-0 by John Igei
– flip crook by Robert Lopez Mont
– blast from the past + gif: the dude literally killed the spot by James Reres!! with: switch tailslide heelflip out & nollie noseslide nollie heelflip out & nollie frontside noseslide to fakie & nollie crook & frontside shuvit backside nosegrind & switch backside tailslide bigspin & switch backside tailslide backside 270 out & switch flip backside tailslide & switch flip backside tailslide bigspin!!

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The LOVE fountain gap

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We knew about the Walker’s switch bs flip but back then we couldn’t find the video. Now that Sabotage 4 is out there (you can buy the DVD here): here it is.

Consider the following skateboarding’s roll of honor:

– first line by Ishod Wair in “Sabotage 3”
– “On Video Winter 2004”: ollie by Vinnie Ponte; ollie by Bam Margera; ollie front by Jamie Thomas; flip by Kerry Getz; flip by Tim O’Connor; ollie airwalk by Donnie Bianco; switch ollie by Anthony Pappalardo; 36 front by Jeremie Wray
– Youtube: benihana by Willy Levine
– DC video: switch back by Brian Wenning
– Emerica “This is Skateboarding”: flip front by Andrew Reynolds
– Fallen “Ride the Sky”: 36 back by Chris Cole
– Transworld “In Bloom”: switch flip front & flip back by Chris Cole
– “Sabotage 3”: varial heel by Mark Suciu; fs shove by Ishod Wair
– Intro for Fourstar: heelflip by Ishod Wair
– Real “Since Day One”: switch flip by Ishod Wair
– Fourstar “Wair n Tear”: switch bigspin by Ishod Wair
– “Something Wild”: treflip by Eric Kunman; switch pop shove & bs bigspin by Ian Smith
– Transworld “Perpetual Motion”: hardflip by Jimmy Carlin
– Mystery “Color Theory”: switch heel & switch heel back by Tom Asta
– Transworld photo at the end: switch flip back by Walker Ryan

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Clipper

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A 7min edit wasn’t too long for such a legendary spot. Still we really wanted to give you this awesome line-up. Gotta love skateboarding’s progression!

Consider the following skateboarding’s roll of honor:

– Transworld ‘The Reason’: line with ollie top set + kickflip the second set by Cairo Foster; back 5-0 by Kenny Reed
– Real ‘Real to Reel’: nollie noseslide by Cairo Foster
– Antisocial video: fs flip by Rick McCrank
– ‘Is what it Is’: Layback bs boardslide by Scott Bourne
– Zero ‘Cold War’: impossible fifty by Jamie Thomas
– ‘Chomp on This’: fs board by Jamie Thomas
– Girl ‘Mouse’: fs fifty by Sean Sheffey; bs fifty by Eric Koston
– Element ‘Third Eye View’: fs 5-0 by Kris Markovich
– Shorty’s ‘Guilty’: line with tailslide + switch noseslide by Chad Muska
– Antihero ‘Cash Money Vagrant’: nosegrind by Frank Gerwer
– Girl ‘Yeah Right’: nollie back 5-0 by Eric Koston; nollie heel nose & nollie flip noseslide by Justin Eldridge
– Osiris ‘Subject to Change’: back fifty footplant by Jerry Hsu
– Real ‘Roll Forever’: back 5-0 revert & nollie bs noseblunt by Darell Stanton
– Transworld ‘Free your Mind’: transfert fs blunt & nollie fs180 to sw 5-0 by Darell Stanton; tailslide shuv by Van Wastell; nollie noseblunt by Jack Curtin; flip crook by Cale Nuske
– 411 .48: backtail by Anthony Mosley
– Baker ‘Bootleg 99’: bs lip by Heath Kirchart
– Transworld ‘Sight Unseen’: blunt by John Cardiel
– Flip ‘Sorry’: fs blunt by Arto Saari; sw tail & flip back 5-0 & nollie flip fifty by Mark Appleyard
– rookie 411 .37: noseblunt by John Rattray
– Youtube Clip: back noseblunt by Tommy Fynn; boneless tail by Justin Blake
– Berrics part ‘Gold Record Debut’: tre noseslide by Tommy Fynn
– The Firm ‘Can’t stop the firm’: fs crook by Jani Laitiala
– Shep Dawgs vol4: hurricane by Riley Hawk
– Baker 2G: fs180 fakie nosegrind by Dustin Dollin
– 411 14.2: bs 180 nosegrind by Daryl Angel
– Darkstar ‘Forward Slash’: bs 180 fakie fifty & sw 180 to 5-0 & ollie over to board & fs 180 sw crook by Ryan Decenzo; bigspin noseslide by Greg Lutzka
– ‘Bust or Bail 2’: fs 180 fifty by Daniel Lutheran; halfcab fifty & back 180 over by Tafari Whitter; fakie crook & fakie flip fifty & sw heel 5-0 by Paul Hart; nollie tail by Joey Ragali; hardflip over by Drake Johnson; sw fifty & sw shuvit boardslide by Justin Figueroa; flip over all by Aaron “Jaws” Homoki; sw back lip by Nick Merlino; shuvit fifty by Forrest Edwards; bigspin boardslide by Terrell Newell; bigspin backtail by Shane O’Neill; heelflip crook by Jonathan Perez
– Real ‘Since Day One’: alley oop front 180 sw back 50 by James Hardy; sw backtail by Chima Ferguson
– Flip ‘Really Sorry’: line with sw 180 fifty by Geoff Rowley
– Girl ‘Pretty Sweet’: fakie fifty by Elijah Berle; boneless lip by Brian Anderson; sw bluntslide by Vincent Alvarez
– Thrasher part ‘Auby’s World’: fakie backtail & flip back over by Auby Taylor
– Deathwish video: fullcab noseslide by Brian “Slash” Hansen
– Think ‘iThink’: nollie front noseslide by Adam Dyet
– Real ‘Seeing Double’: nollie crook by JT Aultz
– 411 .60: transfert noseblunt by JT Aultz
– 19th Ave: nollie boardslide to fakie by Alex Conns; fs 36 over by Daniel Dubois
– Digital ‘Get Tricks or Die Tryin’: nollie 180 sw crook by Bjorn Johnson
– Plan B ‘True’: nollie flip fifty by Chris Joslin; transfert bs lip by Torey Pudwill
– LRG ‘Give me my money chico’: sw bs 5-0 by Jack Curtin
– FTC part: sw crook by Jack Curtin
– DGK ‘Parental Advisory’: sw flip fifty & sw back lip by Jack Curtin
– Instagram clip: lip to 5-0 revert by Sam Baker
– Meeps video: wallie boardslide & wallie fifty by George Klioriatis
– Black Label ‘God save the label’: wallie fs board by Jason Adams
– Dekline ‘True Blue’: sw wallie boardslide by Ryan Spencer
– ‘Static 4’: wallie fs fifty by Jake Johnson
– Thrasher Magnified: wallie crook by AJ Zavala; ollie over all by Milton Martinez
– Vox part: wallie blunt by Shawn Hale
– Pack of Hydes part: wallie 180 fakie 5-0 by Wes Kremer
– Death ‘Better than Life’: fastplant by Richie Jackson
– XGames 17 real street: nollie fastplant by Eli Reed
– ‘Mark and Matt Clipper Ledge Tricks’: 180 over by Mark
– On Video ‘Spring 02’: flip over by Caswell Berry
– Sus Monts: fs flip over by Ben Stewart
– Zero ‘Strange World’: flip front board & flip back over by Jamie Tancowny
– Think ‘Business as Usual’: sw flip over by Cody McEntire
– Birdhouse ‘The Beginning’: sw lip by Sean Eaton
– Habitat ‘Mosaic’: sw bs fifty by Anthony Pappalardo
– Nike SB ‘Chronicles 2’: sw front blunt by Ishod Wair
– Mystery Promo 2008: sw noseblunt by Pete Eldridge
– Slap ‘One in a million 2010 ep.13’: tre fifty by Forrest Edwards; flip 5-0 by Reuben Barrack
– Unhinged part: tre 5-0 by Forrest Edwards
– Circa ‘It’s time’: fs shuv 5-0 by Colt Cannon; flip tailslide by Jon Allie
– Supreme / Thrasher ‘Sickness’: shuvit fifty by Kevin Bradley
– Thrasher part ‘Last Call’: hardflip back 5-0 by Nyjah Huston
– The Berrics ‘Spring Fling’: bigheel noseslide by Greg Lutzka
– Epxedition One ‘Gone Fishin’: flip back noseblunt by Ryan Gallant

Disclaimer:

We still had some tricks in mind but didn’t succeed to find them – feel free to tell us where they are in the comments section:
– nollie fs blunt by Tommy Sandoval
– wallie bs 5-0 by Shawn Hale
– the first back noseblunt landed there by Darell Stanton (Thrasher cover when he was 16!)
– fakie tail by Jeremy Reeves