Volume 4, Number 3 autumn 2006
2 variations - 6 page gatefold cover
126 70lb coated pages perfect bound 10" x 10"
Modesty is the running theme for this issue starting with a long-overdue intervention with Whistler’s Joey Williams who was sat down and confronted about his problem of thinking that he’s not good enough to be sponsored. We also hooked up with perhaps the most influential skater in the fight against those god-awful baggy pants we all used to rock, Andrew Reynolds, where he talks about the new clothing line he's behind. And if one individual could personify what skateboarding is truly about and what it means to be modest, it would be White Rock’s Bradley Sheppard: The first (and deserving) skater to have his second interview/feature in the history of the magazine.
Andrew Reynolds, Bradley Sheppard, Joey Williams, Saskatoon, Shoot To Thrill, Pride Tiger, Chad VanGaalen, Andrew W.K., artist Joseph Hart, and more