The history of skateboarding is written in its magazines. Before the Internet and before skate videos, the broader world of skateboarding came into our homes through binded paper. Pages were ripped out and stuck on our walls. This is how we learned how to skate, how to dress, and who to look up to. When these skate magazines started, their covers where designed to represent the times while often showing skateboarding at its most progressive. Iconic skaters and photographers come together to create a lasting impression that represents what each magazine is all about. See how some of skateboarding's best publications from around the world made their first impressions with this look at The First Covers of Iconic Skateboarding Magazines.
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