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In this issue
  • CCS Catalog
  • Brimley Bachelor Party
  • Back Light: Ryan Flynn/Nike SB Chronicles 3
  • Gear Check with Cairo Foster
  • 100 Kickflips in the DC Evan Smith Shoes
  • Nike SB Ishod Dunk Wair Test
  • Watch Gene BASE Jump
  • Emerica X Indy Reynolds Wear Test
  • The Hundreds Steven Backpack
  • Ben Raybourn Backflips At Nike SB Park
  • CCS Featured Artist: Jacob Messex
  • Productivity Review: Ryan Lay
  • Back Light: Ben Karpinski
  • Krux Jelly Bean Party
  • Gear Check with Tom Karangelov
  • Nike SB Zoom GTS Wear Test
  • 100 Kickflips in Adidas Adi Ease Shoes
  • Ryan Lay For CCS
  • Productivity Review: Jordan Sanchez
  • Jaws Tests FP Insoles
  • CCS Questionnaire with Brad Cromer
  • Back Light: John Mehring
  • Welcome Weekend
  • Interview with Evan Smith
  • Watch Gene Get Hit By Two Cars
  • Nike SB All Court CK Wear Test
  • Gear Check with David Gravette
  • Agenda 2016 Recap
  • CCS Questionnaire with Jordan Hoffart
  • CCS Featured Artist: Michael Bialecki
  • Back Light

Back Light: John Mehring
Back Light: John Mehring
Back Light: John Mehring
Back Light: John Mehring
Back Light: John Mehring
Back Light: John Mehring

Back Light: John Mehring

Back Light is our regular showcase of the best photography skateboarding has to offer. We make the rounds to all best lensmen in the industry and scour their hard drives for photographic gold. Back Light's purpose is to make skateboarding look rad, plain and simple. Whether it's a heavy trick, an epic sunset or just a stylish push, if it looks good you will find it in Back Light. Enjoy.

This edition of Back Light features photos from one of skateboarding's best and brightest. John Mehring has cemented himself in the skate world as the guy you want by your side if you’re venturing in to deep Eastern Europe, or taking your skateboard to the Middle East. John has used his camera and skateboard to see parts of the world that most of us don’t even know exist. He recently published an epic book with National Geographic called “Skate The World” that features his photos, as well as top skateboard photographers from around the planet. Luckily for us, we managed to get a hold of John in between flights and grab some flicks from his more recent, domestic travels. If you count Alaska as domestic that is…