Thrasher Magazine
yesterday at 18:31. Facebook
Foundation never left, but this video launches them back onto the center of the map. Great soundtrack, awesome videography, and an entire team of skateboarding banshees make for a winning recipe of success.

Foundation's "Oddity" Video
Thrasher Magazine
yesterday at 02:00. Facebook
Every Gilbert part exhibits impressive attention to detail: the trick selection, the style, the spots—they always add up. Enjoy his latest offering via Venue in Richmond, VA.
Thrasher Magazine
02/17/2017 at 19:49. Facebook
Foundation's newest pro and Oddity curtain closer, Cole Wilson, chats with Sieben about the best thing on Earth: skateboarding. This kid totally rules.

Cole Wilson Interview
Thrasher Magazine
02/17/2017 at 17:04. Facebook
The Louisville Lunatic drops the curtains on the Oddity vid with a part that’ll require several viewings to process. We’ll be posting the full-length in its entirety Saturday morning. Great job, dudes.

Cole Wilson's "Oddity" Part
Thrasher Magazine
02/17/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Who are the madmen you’re about to witness wreaking havoc in the Oddity video? Click here to find out...

Meet the Foundation Team
Thrasher Magazine
02/17/2017 at 00:20. Facebook
His Oddity part is solid as GD rock! Now check out this interview Sinclair did with Aidan talking about video-part juggling, spot scouring and what's wrong with the kids today.

Aidan Campbell Interview
Thrasher Magazine
02/16/2017 at 23:19. Facebook
From ditches to walls to the big bars, Aidan lays claim to all types of terrain. The last two tricks in this part are certifiable next-level bangers. Wow…

Aidan Campbell's "Oddity" Part
Thrasher Magazine
02/16/2017 at 19:19. Facebook
Explore the stories behind some of Nike SB’s most iconic Dunks since 2002. Learn more here.

15 Years of SB Dunk
Thrasher Magazine
02/16/2017 at 18:04. Facebook
Dakota talks with Leo Romero about his affinity for kinked rails, almost being a Loyal Pawn, the parallels between Bob Dylan and skateboarding and the lessons you learn from being a road dog.

Dakota Servold Interview
Thrasher Magazine
02/16/2017 at 17:06. Facebook
We’ve seen Dakota charge down kinkers without a moment’s hesitation, but apparently now he skates up these rails as well. WTF?!

Dakota Servold's "Oddity" Part
Thrasher Magazine
02/16/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Corey goes the hard way, opting to alley-oop his 180 nosegrind over the top. Heavy move on hefty Hubba ledge.

Magnified: Corey Glick
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02/16/2017 at 00:18. Facebook
The new kid on the F opens up about psychedelics, "the brisket incident" and why you should listen to the Grateful Dead. Trip on that.

Dylan Witkin Interview
Thrasher Magazine
02/15/2017 at 23:19. Facebook
It’s a short part, but there is not even a teaspoon of filler. Dylan jumps right into business and clocks hammer after hammer 'til the bell rings.

Dylan Witkin's "Oddity" Part
Thrasher Magazine
02/15/2017 at 20:05. Facebook
The F-Troop has a deep and rich skate history spanning decades. Here’s the team-rider and video family tree of one hell of a legendary squad.

Foundation Family Tree
Thrasher Magazine
02/15/2017 at 18:22. Facebook
He came from Jupiter to destroy the Earth! Well, maybe just our spots. After you check his part, find out why Joey sometimes spits in his own face and gives himself shinners. Florida man…

Joey Ragali Interview
Thrasher Magazine
02/15/2017 at 17:07. Facebook
Joey stomps out tricks with brute force, doing the heavy-lifting in every direction. His enders over a tall af bump-to-bar are absolutely buck nasty!

Joey Ragali's "Oddity" Part
Thrasher Magazine
02/15/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
This slam is a bruiser, for sure. But Joey’s cat-like spin prevented it from being even worse.

Hall of Meat: Joey Ragali
Thrasher Magazine
02/15/2017 at 00:17. Facebook
Getting paid to surf, sobriety benders, battling depression and street comedy—Nick Merlino's mind is a beautiful garden. Dig in. Just don't touch the wallpaper.

Nick Merlino Interview
Thrasher Magazine
02/14/2017 at 23:19. Facebook
Merlino unloads his deep arsenal of tricks on serious double-black-diamond terrain. Did he really nollie into that front feebs? Goddamn...

Nick Merlino's "Oddity" Part
Thrasher Magazine
02/14/2017 at 20:57. Facebook
It’s not often you get the opportunity to skate a pro’s private skatepark. So if and when it happens, you’re gonna take full advantage—and this past weekend was one of those rare opportunities. Check out some photos here.

Marc Johnson's Thunder Trucks Jamboree