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WKND Skateboards is an independent skateboard company based in Los Angeles, California, created by Skateboarder and videographer Grant Yansura previously worked with Nike SB and his famed Cosmic Vomit.
The WKND brand personality is a group of friends that make a joke out of everything. Visually communicating there are no corporate leaders here!
Founded by professional skateboarder Rob Dyrdek, Silver was established in 2003. Silver continues to expand their line of skateboard trucks by incorporating the newest, most innovative technologies. Put your trust in a brand that understands skateboarding— Silver Trucks, Strength – Style – Stability!
Deathwish Skateboards was founded by professional skaters Jim Greco and Erik Ellington as a way to keep living the dream and support their homies through their love for skateboarding.
Today, Deathwish Skateboards is based out of BakerBoys Distribution, which is also home to sister company Baker Skateboards, along with Shake Junt Accessories and Heroin Skateboards of Europe.
Real Skateboards is a San Francisco based company that was founded by Tommy Guerrero and Jim Thiebaud. In 1991 Real Skateboards was born. Brought to the surface, stripped of all the unnecessary baggage that had been tagged on over the years by outdated skateboard companies.
The idea would be simple and perfect in simplicity. A genuine skateboard company run by skaters to forward the progression of Real skateboarding for Real skateboarders.
Welcome is known for its unique board shapes and hand-drawn graphics, and that’s no mistake. Welcome was founded in 2010 by Jason Celaya. In his eyes, skateboarding’s focus had drifted from the creativity and individuality that made it so great, so Celaya and a small group of friends Started Welcome.
Baker Skateboards was started by the Main Man Andrew Reynolds in 2001 after he left Birdhouse in 1999. It has since gone from strength to strength collecting a great team of pro’s. They keep it nice and simple and base their philosophy on what skating is truly about…hanging out with your friends and ripping it up on the streets.
We are more than just a sock company; it’s a collective of creators, innovators, and pioneers who do things their own way and don’t follow the crowd. The Stinky Family supports those who push the boundaries in the search for creativity and those who are not afraid of being different.
We are Stinky Socks — born in Bulgaria and raised in the world by the Stinky Family.
Antihero is headed by Julien Stranger starting in the mid 90’s. For the bowl-slashing, pool-shredding skateboarding enthusiast, with boards designed for the steepest backyard pools, most vertical bowls, roughest parks, and the crustiest street spots, there’s no half-steppin’ with Antihero.
The pro team includes John Cardiel, Frank Gerwer, Tony Trujillo, Peter Hewitt, Andy Roy, Chris Pfanner, Tony Miorana, Grant Taylor, Robbie Russo, Daan Van Delinden and Jeff Grosso.
Thrasher is a monthly skateboarding magazine founded in 1981 by Kevin Thatcher and Fausto Vitello. It regularly publishes articles (not limited to the skateboarding subject), skateboard photography, interviews with professional skateboarders, interviews with and reviews of musical groups, skatepark reviews, and miscellaneous oddities.
Thrasher has always represented a sense of incensed opposition to the status quo – within the skate industry and outside of it.
GIRL – CHOCOLATE – ROYAL
We are proud distributors of the brands Girl Skateboards, Chocolate Skateboards and Royal Trucks.
No information needed, top team riders, top notch product and it all speaks for itself
Slappy Trucks are the brainchild of skateboard industry veteran Mike Sinclair. After spending over two years experimenting with designs, the Slappy ST1 was created. A classic looking aesthetic which ticks all the boxes required for this truck to cause more than a few ripples in the market.
With a team featuring skaters such as Matt Bennett and Ryan Hamburg you can be sure that these trucks work.
There Skateboards has forged a space in skateboarding culture that is motivated by inclusivity and progressing discourse relating to the issues of marginalisation within skateboarding that had previously been shied away from.
Hailing from Oakland, California, they have assembled a team that exemplifies this message, predominantly made up of trans, womxn, and queer skateboarders. Despite the emphasis on LGBTQIA+ skateboarders within the team, There is unexclusive and a beacon for everybody, as skateboarding should be.
Krooked Skateboarding, Mark Gonzales´ wildest dream realized. Krooked is the unimaginable made possible. Turning what was unconventional into the new standard by not allowing skateboarding to have any boundaries. Mark and his team of co-conspirators consists of Dan Drehobl, Bobby Worrest, Mike Anderson, and Brad Comer.
Together they are out to get the best skateboard ride possible, the one not yet thought of before. While other skateboard companies live in captivity, Krooked can only happen in the wild.