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In this issue
  • CCS Catalog
  • Back Light: Cameron Markin
  • Dusted Crew Skates Windells Skate Camp
  • 100 Kickflips (Switch Heel Edition) In The Etnies Marana Vulcs
  • How To Make Griptape Art With Ben Raybourn
  • 100 Nollie Flips in the Adidas Matchcourt Shoes
  • Interview with Kevin Braun
  • Jaws Ollies 210 Stairs In One Day
  • Raw Footage: Jaws, 210 Stairs, One Day
  • Snap Dump: PHX AM 2016
  • Ben Raybourn Backflips At Nike SB Park
  • The Break In: Nike SB Janoski Shoes
  • Back Light: John Mehring
  • Preston Harper: Mini Set Up
  • The Dusted Video Trailer
  • 100 Kickflips in the HUF Brad Cromer Shoes
  • Back Light: Alex Papke
  • CCS Featured Artist: Michael Bialecki
  • Gear Check with Cairo Foster
  • Official X Cardiel Park Rager Hat
  • The Break In: Dickies Work Pants
  • CCS Questionnaire with Sebo Walker
  • The Comet Upcycle Cruiser
  • Brimley Bachelor Party
  • 100 Kickflips in the DC Evan Smith Shoes
  • Back Light: Ryan Flynn/Nike SB Chronicles 3
  • Jaws Tests FP Insoles
  • Nike SB Ishod Dunk Wair Test
  • A Look At Volcom's Holy Stokes!
  • Emerica X Indy Reynolds Wear Test
  • 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
  • CCS Questionnaire with Brad Cromer
  • 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
  • Watch Gene BASE Jump
  • Back Light
  • Interview with Greyson Fletcher
  • Gear Check with Ben Raybourn
  • CCS Questionnaire with Alex Midler
  • Tampa Am Recap
  • Wear Test: Death Lens
  • Gear Check with Carlos Ribeiro
  • Tempe Halloween Snapchat Recap
  • Brand Spotlight: The Killing Floor
  • Kook Vision
  • Skateboarding on a Frank Lloyd Wright House
  • CCS Questionnaire with T-Funk
  • Interview with Chris Joslin
  • Mango and Friends Skate NYC
  • Santa Cruz Road Trip Slide Show
  • Gear Check with Neen Williams
  • CCS Questionnaire: David Gravette
  • Gear Check with Tom Asta
  • We Are Blood: Ty Evans
  • The Day: Welcome
  • Interview with Kyle Camarillo
  • How Your Order Gets to You
  • Gear Check with Jaws
  • Preston Harper's Midwest Migration
  • Meet the CCS Team
  • Brand Spotlight: Lakai
  • CCS Questionnaire: Chris Haslam

Chris Joslin Interview
Insert Chinese man on scooter here!
No sun? No sunblock!
Play to the crowd, Chris!
Looks like the great Pacific Northwest!

Interview with Chris Joslin

Chris Joslin is arguably one of the hottest topics in street skating right now. He came on to the scene like a hurricane, or a tsunami, or whatever other type of natural disaster you associate with destruction. You know, maybe an asteroid is a better way to describe him. He's basically a skateboarding space rock that fell to earth and left a massive crater that covers every spot around the world. He has managed to do more in a few years than some pros do in their entire career and that was all as an amateur.

Chris recently got the pro nod from the legends that run Plan B skateboards and it couldn't have come soon enough. We sat down to talk with Chris about what it was like to film a full video part in 12 days, having Danny Way hand you your first pro model, and the pressures of having one of the heaviest Instagram accounts in skateboarding and we are now more enlightened.

So Chris did you have any idea you were turning pro? No I had no idea I was turning pro, complete surprise!

What's it like to have Danny Way hand you your first ever pro model? Having Danny way hand me my first board was mind blowing legendary shit made it that much more awesome.

Is it true that you filmed that new part in 12 days or is that an exaggeration? Well it was a 14 day trip to China and 2 days were spent traveling so we were on the ground for 12 days maybe spent a day resting up but for the most part, yee!

What is it about China that makes it so easy to get clips? China has so many perfect spots just makes things more fun when you come to a perfect spot with smooth ground, it's nice.

If you don't get more than 3 clips a day do you feel bad about yourself? If I don't get 3 clips a day I'm still psyched on the 1 or 2 I got that day or even if there wasn't any that day we'll make up for it the next day.

What's your favorite skate video and all-time favorite video part? Plan B Questionable: Pat Duffy is a LEGEND!!

What's the deal with your ACL's? Are they still torn? Were they torn before? The rumor was that you had no ACL's during the filming of your Plan B part can you confirm or deny that? Well the MRI says there was a partially torn ACL and the kneecap had been dislocated but the muscle structure brought it back into place and in that process chipped the knee cap so if the MRI was correct then yes I had a partially torn ACL in my right knee.

Take us through a typical day for Chris Joslin. Typical days just like wake up make some coffee go doo-doo take shower go to breakfast with my girlfriend come home line up some plans to go skate then go roll around somewhere maybe go film and then come home go to dinner with my girlfriend maybe watch some Netflix and chill then pass out.

A lot of people claim you have one of the best Instagram accounts because you're constantly putting out insane clips. Who are your top 3 skateboarders to follow on Instagram? Aside from yourself. To be honest I just post the vid and keep skating I don't really follow up to often but when I do I scroll thru the whole feed and see what all the homies are up too.

Say you sell a million of these shiny new boards and make a million dollars. What would Chris Joslin buy with a million dollars? If I had a million dollars I would buy a nice house and help my family out with anything they needed.

What would you say to a kid who's buying your board and wants to be just like Chris Joslin. That's a lot of pressure, what kind of advice do you give to a kid who looks up to you? You can be whatever you want to be, so if I inspire you and you really want to be like me then don't let anything stop you! Chase your dreams and make it happen! Anything’s possible!