In the early days of skateboarding the measure of a skater's talent and worth was in their contest standings. This meant that consistency was key and progression was slow because no one wanted to break out a new trick and possibly blow it in the middle of their contest run. This began to change when Powell Peralta produced The Bones Brigade Video Show in 1984. Instead of getting one try in their run to land a trick, skaters got a handful of tries at a trick on the day they got to be on camera. Today thanks to readily available high quality video equipment skaters can take years to film a video. here are ten video parts that changed skateboarding forever.

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