The Skateboard Mag
About The Skateboard MagCovering the latest pros to the latest products, The Skateboard Mag is 196 pages of more editorial than ads with the best quality photos & paper in the skateboard market. More Info
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I've been skating for twenty three years and I honestly believe The Skateboard Mag is the best skate magazine written to date.
The Skateboard Mag is owned by skateboard photographer Atiba Jefferson. The magazine was published in order that Atiba might reach an older audience. Though teenagers are the ones usually putting their grubby paws on the MAG, the writers are usually more concerned with the culture and art involved with skateboarding rather than the partying or the sometimes 'distasteful' lifestyles included in the skateboarding world. In the MAG you'll read much about the older generation of skateboarders. You'll of course see the advertisements that were more than less, targeted towards young and mid-ranged teenagers. Be warned, you parents of the more cautious-type, that the interviews of professionals and amateurs may contain offensive language. Not every skateboarder is a partier but some are and some of those guys end up in the MAG every now and then. If you're worried about your kid reading one of these interviews, I suppose you could totally shelter them from culture, but sooner or later they're going to hear those words and find out what some people do with their spare time, so my advice would be to warn them of that lifestyle. Not in a harsh way, but just let them know that you don't have to live that way in order to become a great skateboarder. The MAG will deal with everything around the skateboarding culture. It often speaks of it as an expression of art. Those who read will be up to date with the latest shoe models, changes in teams and will also receive videos every so often just because Atiba's that nice of a guy. Enjoy skateboarding.
i have contacted this magazine many times and ask to remove me from your mailing list1111 MY SON DOES NOT LIVE HERE ANYMORE AND I DON'T WANT YOU SENDING ME ANY MORE FRIGGEN MAGAZIENS!!do not charge my card that you have on account or i will have to contact better business bureau!! do not send me another magazine, i'm returning the one i recieved 3-12-2009!! sherri cooper hc64 box 26 pierce, idaho 83546