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  • Abec 11
  • Alligator
  • Almost

    Almost

    In 2003 Rodney Mullen and Daewon Song started, "Almost a skateboard company", a skate company that emphasized fun, creativity and self-deprecation. Almost Skateboards is the maker of skateboard decks, complete skateboards, clothing, and accessories. Team riders include Rodney Mullen, Younes Amrani, Max Geronzi, and John Dilo.

  • Andale

    Andale

    A skater owned and operated company. Headed up by Joey Brezinski and Paul Rodriguez. Here to bring you the best affordable bearings. Rider tested and approved! Andale was founded in 2010 by Joey and Paul, since then they have developed premium bearing and built up a solid team of riders.

  • Atlas

    Atlas

    Company specialized exclusively in trucks, Atlas Truck Co. is all about adaptation and style, has many trucks of different color. Atlas longboard trucks are built from their Patent Pending Ball Pivot technology. This means that their trucks have Reduced friction, are self tensioning and clean themselves! Their axles are precision-machined, which allows for a stiff, solid ride every time. Constructed from heat-treated aluminum, Atlas trucks are extremely durable and built to last!

  • Bennet

    Bennet

    In 1975 Mr. Bennett made skateboard history with the introduction of the very first trucks made specifically for a skateboard. Known for their Big Red Bushings™, precision components and amazing turning ability, Bennett Truks™ quickly became the choice of most professional and amateur skateboarders. With superior geometry enabling hard carving and tight snappy turns, Bennett's 70s issues are still on the cutting edge of performance. Over the years many have copied Bennett's legendary designs and features, but none have ever been able to duplicate the feel or performance. Bennett has reintroduced their iconic Vector™ truks and Alligator™ wheels, while finalizing the development of the next generation of precision Bennett skateboards.

  • Blind

    Blind

    Blind Skateboards was founded in 1989 by skateboarder Mark Gonzales. Blind was the antithesis of Vision, the most popular brand at the time. Mark Gonzales has long since left the company, but Blind still remains strong with the team riders Jordan Maxham, TJ Rogers, Cody Mcentire and Kevin Romar.

  • Blood Orange

    Blood Orange

    Based in Santa Cruz, California, Blood Orange is a premium skateboard company that sells skateboard components to improve your ride. Blood Orange was originally a bushings company when it started in 2010. After receiving a great response from their rubber pads, Blood Orange decided to expand their line into other skateboard accessories, bearings, griptape and wheels.

  • Blueprint

    Blueprint

    Blueprint Skateboards founded in 1995, soon became the leading company in the UK market before spreading to the rest of Europe as well. A global success that everyone has been talking about in the world of skateboarding. After some difficulties, Blueprint managed to recover in 2013 with innovative projects and international collaborations. To date, the brand focuses its efforts on helping all skaters in the process of improvement with skateboards ideal to facilitate the transition to the next level.

  • Bombsquad
  • Bones

    Bones

    In 1974, George A. Powell began a skateboard production business in Santa Barbara, California, which included Bones Skateboard Wheels. George Powell had studied engineering at Stanford University, so it didn’t take long for him to realize that urethane was the answer to improving skateboard wheels. He was eventually fired from his job in the aerospace industry, and Powell began building his own wheels, cooking them and buying urethane. The name Bones Skateboard Wheels came to him because of the white color of the wheels he was making. And from 1977 to today, Bones Skateboard Wheels roll. Already in 1977 Ray Rodriguez filmed for Bones Wheels. Powell worked with Powell Peralta Skateboards from 1978 to 1991, and continues to make skateboard products such as Bones Bearings and Bones Wheels.

  • Brigada
  • BRN

    BRN

    The history of the company has its roots in the late '40s when it was born as a new and small company in the province, in the heart of Romagna, that over time, thanks to the skilful and attentive entrepreneurial vision of the Bernardi family has continued to grow and evolve, reaching today to be captained by the third generation; a company that has always been its cornerstones of innovation, research and development as well as the ability to innovate and adapt to the needs of the market and its customers with the aim of being an excellence in the world of spare parts for the cycle. Today Marco and Gianluca Bernardi, grandchildren of the founder, lead a dynamic and experienced, solid and organized that over the years has been able to create an international network of partnerships, constantly expanding, with the most important and famous brands in the world of spare parts per cycle.

  • Bro Style
  • Bronson

    Bronson

    Established in 2013 and already a global leader in the industry, Bronson Speed Co. quickly rose to the top, thanks to their reinvented skateboard bearings. Described as the “next generation of bearings,” the company is famous for using the most accurate product-testing technologies the skating world has ever seen. Bronson Speed Co. skateboard bearings have deep groove raceways, which reduces side impact damage and breakage. Their micro groove raceway surfaces improve bearing lubrication, speed, and spin. The company uses high speed ceramic oil for protection against moisture, rust, and corrosion. Their bearings have straight edge, frictionless shields, which are easy to remove and clean. Their shields also fit deep into the groove to keep oil in and dirt out. Bronson Speed Co. bearings have a max impact cage design so the bearing balls remain precision spaced and oil continues circulating. They also use a “Balls Out” technology, which eliminates the shield and cage contact on impact for faster bearings that spin longer. If you’re ready for the ultimate bearings, Bronson Speed Co. has you covered. Grab a case, test them out, and see yourself ride like never before! In addition to bearings, the company also sells logo caps.

  • Bullet
  • Bustin

    Bustin

    It was summer 2001 and 21-year old founder Ryan Daughtridge had just crafted another set of prototypes for an afternoon session with the crew.  All summer he'd been making skateboards and longboards in his dad's tiny woodshop, but he didn't have a name for his boards. That day his cousin Mike crashed out and landed flat on a table in the ER with blood gushing from his mouth.  Ryan looked down cringing and said, "Man your lip is bustin open, what should I do?" Mike looked back and mumbled through his swollen mouth, "call the boards Bustin Boards." And so it was and still remains, like the scar that still keeps Mike from getting dates.

  • Cadillac

    Cadillac

    Created by Frank Nasworthy, Cadillac has been a leading skateboard wheels company since 1973. Cadillac is the first company to develop wheels from a urethane formula. Their wheels revolutionized skateboarding and set the standard for all skateboard companies to date. They produce a variety of wheel styles for skateboards and longboards.

  • Caliber
  • Cliche

    Cliche

    Cliché Skateboards was a skateboard company based in Lyon, France, the company was founded in 1997 by French professional skater Jeremie Daclin and distributed by the American company Dwindle Distribution. In 2001 , Cliché was purchased by the French Salomon Group which in 2005 became part of Amer Sports. In 2009, Dwindle Distribution purchased the company from the Salomon Group. In November 2016, Dwindle announced that they would discontinue the brand. Then it was not so

  • Comet

    Comet

    Based in Ithaca, New York, Comet has been producing quality skateboards since 1997. Comet takes a unique approach when it comes to skateboard and longboard materials: grow your own Canadian maple trees! Built using a formulated glue, Comet skateboards are hand-pressed at extreme temperatures and pressures. Once ready, the Comet designers print the artistic drawings on their tables with waterproof inks and safe for the environment. When it comes to development, Comet is the first skateboard company to try this successful method! If you have a passion for longboard, Comet is right for you. Comet longboard boards allow you to accelerate faster, travel longer distances, and practice controlling your overall balance. They come in many shapes, colors and designs to choose from. Do you like to navigate downhill at incredible speeds? You won’t be disappointed by Comet’s longboards!

  • Core

    Core

    CORE is a British Action Sports Company based in Liverpool that has established itself as a globally recognized brand within the action sports industry. Since its launch in February 2017, the company has built a worldwide community of athletes, and loyal users. The company is an agile and curious start-up in all aspects of the operation and is driven by a young tight-knit team of passionate and ambitious creators that are passionate about Action Sports.

  • Creature

    Creature

    Creature was originally founded in 1994. Then Russ Pope founded the company as a subsidiary company under NHS Distribution. With big names like Jason Adams, Barker Barrett and Darren Navarrette already then Creature had a small but important skate team.

  • Cruzade

    Cruzade

    Born in the 2014, Cruzade skateboards brings attitude to the european skate scene. Sweet shapes, brutal graphics and an Army we are proud about, thats the soul of Cruzade. All terrain skateboarding, dagger style. Improving every year with the endeless supply of new functional shapes, as the new complete collection , perfect for beginners, or the new old school shapes! Cruzade is going fast, sweaty socks and beers!

  • Darkstar
  • Deathwish
  • Dogtown
  • Dusters
  • Enjoi

    Enjoi

    The company was founded in 2000 by professional skateboarder Marc Johnson with the support of Rodney Mullen, both of whom had previously been teammates in a company founded by Mullen and Steve Rocco. This skateboard company produces complete skateboard boards, wheels and accessories. Known from the beginning for its humorous and satirical designs and adopted a stylized panda as its logo.

  • Extreme Games
  • Flexsurfing

    Flexsurfing

    Flexsurfing is a Danish company with a unique and patented torsion bar design. The company was established in 2012 and has been producing high-quality waveboards ever since. Knowing that the streetboard market has grown exponentially in the last few years, we are proud of the fact that we have the most long-lasting waveboard on the market. The Flexboard is unique thanks to its special design but also because of our passion for waveboarding. We are thrilled every time we see a rider on a Flexboard - given the fact that our Flexsurfing waveboards are sure to last.

  • Flip

    Flip

    Founded in 1987 in the UK by Graham Mceachran, Jeremy Fox and Duncan Houlton. Tom Penny, Rune Glifberg, Andy Scott and Rowley. In 1994, Flip moved from the United Kingdom to California, first to the United States, followed by team riders Tom Penny and Rune Glifberg the following year. At the time of the transfer, the team consisted of four professional riders: Penny, Rowley, Glifberg and Andy Scott. The company and its riders received significant support from the professional skateboarder.

  • Fvtvra
  • Independent

    Independent

    Independent Truck Company chose the rounded cross logo at its founding in the late 1970s. From day one, the Independent logo has represented the passion for skateboarding. The Independent rounded cross design is not an Iron Cross, which has straight sides, and is not a racist hate symbol. Independent Truck Company does not and has never stood for the promotion of hate. We strongly denounce all forms of discrimination, racism, hate, and racial injustice. We believe in the power of skateboarding as a positive force in the world.

  • Industrial
  • Iron
  • Jart

    Jart

    Jart is an internationally renowned skateboard company founded in 2002. This environmentally friendly company believes in a purer planet, using appropriate waste management techniques during their production process. Boards are great for all skill levels, from beginner to professional. From skateparks to muddy trails, Jart boards can be beaten without wear and tear. They also produce wheels and hardware.

  • Jessup

    Jessup

    With over thirty-five years of experience in skateboarding, Jessup has produced the best grip tape since 1975. Jessup has produced over 25 million grips. It was the first company in the skateboard industry to make their adhesive tape out of a silicon carbide formula. Laminated with solvent-based, pressure-sensitive adhesive layers, Jessup skateboard grip tape provides a solid rock bond for boards in any environment.

  • KFD

    KFD

    KFD skateboards started popping up in the streets of South Africa in 2001. Since then, KFD decks are considered to be among the best for all those who want a quality skateboard to get started.

  • Knockaround
  • Krux

    Krux

    Krux has changed the way we’ve been watching skateboard trucks for over 15 years. They have completely altered the process in which trucks are made by perfecting the configuration of Kingpin and perforated axle. Krux trucks are also known to have the best rubber pads in the world. No wonder that Krux is the favorite brand of professionals! Made of aluminum and among the lightest on the market. Their new basic designs have reduced the risk of potential table breaks.

  • Litezpeed
  • Loco
  • Logic

    Logic

    Logic focuses on creating quality scooters at affordable prices, including pegs for scooters and their innovative dumbbells, I Logic Axis Bars. The founders spent 6 years developing and producing parts for scooters for various other brands, and in 2015 they decided to launch their brand. Logic Scooter Parts. To improve their products, Logic Scooter has created a team with riders who know the world of the scooter, and together they have developed parts for scooters.

  • Long Island

    Long Island

    Long Island is the best known Longboard brand that offers in its catalog tables of all categories of longboarding. They build small plastic boards, cruiser boards, longboards and surfskates.

    All full Longboards are equipped with Caliber Trucks. Long Island offers protection such as helmets, knee pads, elbow pads and gloves. As well as wheels of different sizes and hardnesses for all different types of needs.

  • Longway
  • Lucky

    Lucky

    Lucky has been a protagonist of the pro scooter scene since 2008, when they started making custom parts in a garage in Sammamish, Washington. They came to be known as a high quality manufacturer of scooters and accessories, and we quickly gained a loyal following.

  • Miller

    Miller

    Miller Division is a skateboard company founded in 2012, created by the pure passion of the basic professionals, with over 30 years of experience in skateboarding, surfing and snowboarding. Located between the snowy mountains and the first surf reserves in Spain, the brand has a mentality #Rideanythingskateeverything that took inspiration from the concrete that we hit, the waves that surf, the snow that shred, the music that we listen to, and the beach or urban culture we breathe. Miller Division began producing longboards, surf skates, cruisers, and skate accessories. After a few years, they also started making premium decks and full skateboards under @Millerskateboard for some of the best skaters in the world.

  • Minilogo
  • Mob

    Mob

    Mob Grip has been producing one of the industry’s leading skateboard grip tapes since 2000. Professional skaters trust Mob Grip tape with their lives—test out their selection and you’ll understand why! Graphic Mob is their newest and latest innovative grip tape. Made of their exclusive silicon carbide grit-binding process, Mob Grip skateboard grip tape is an ultra sticky adhesive that will never come off your board. No matter the temperature, their grip tape will stay on tight! It’s bubble-proof, high strength, and tear resistant. Mob Grip tape also has a unique waterproof backing that trims clean every time. If you’re looking for premium grip tape that will keep your feet firmly planted while you make turns, Mob Grip has you covered! Mob Grip has separated itself from other grip tape brands when it comes to its graphics process. Without damaging the durability and grip, Mob Grip is able to lock in full color illustrations and crystal clear images into the grit. Mob Grip grip tape is available in small, traditional sizes to fit on the middle of your deck, as well as full size sheets for wider coverage. Their tape features various graphics to choose from, such as bottle caps, skulls, eagles, and wolves. No matter how hard your skate, Mob Grip grip tape is guaranteed to outlast your board every time!

  • Ocean Pacific

    Ocean Pacific

    Ocean Pacific was founded in 1972 as a surfing brand and has evolved over the years to become a true promoter of the lifestyle of the West Coast. What has not changed over the years is the mission of Ocean Pacific: to create quality products dedicated to users who love action, always guaranteeing authenticity, authenticity and an unmistakable style. All Ocean Pacific’s skateboard cruisers and longboards combine style and substance, with eye-catching graphics and cutting-edge components. Vintage graphics match their skateboards, which meet the needs of skateboarders of all levels, whatever their skateboarding style.

  • OJ

    OJ

    Get your daily dose of Vitamin C with OJ skateboard products! Established in 1974, OJ is one of the original founding fathers of skateboard companies. With a specialty for skateboard wheels, OJ has been a leader in the industry for over twenty years! OJ skateboard wheels are made from the best urethane formula available. They have many styles available that work well on different terrains

  • Penny

    Penny

    Founder Ben Mackay Since his youth, skateboarding has inspired and influenced every area of his life. At the age of five on his first plastic skateboard. He asked Dad to move the Kingswood out of the garage so he could make that ramp. He took his secondhand board and painted it blue with golden stripes. He thought it was the ugliest thing ever. Once he conquered the garage, he started bombing the hills. It was terrifying, it was hilarious, it was a joy. Almost 30 years later he realized it was time to bring that little plastic panel back and come back forever.

    2 years of experience in producing skateboards gave me a strong appreciation for what it takes to create skateboards of great quality. I channeled everything I learned in manufacturing and design to create a high-performance, durable and ultra-fun plastic skateboard. Looking at any skateboard you can see if its fundamentals are balanced. You can see it as each component comes together to make the final product and you can feel it under your feet and in your hands. And that’s what sets Penny Skateboards apart above all else. Each Penny Skateboard is built with high quality raw materials and fanatical attention to detail. Penny skateboards are designed and built to look good, work well and exceed all your expectations. Penny Skateboards, from the beginning

  • Pig

    Pig

    Pig wheels is a brand of Tum Yeto that operates in San Diego, California , United States (USA). Founded in 1989 by a former professional skateboarder, Tod Swank.

  • Plan B

    Plan B

    Plan B Skateboarding was founded in 1991 by Mike Ternasky who had left the H-Street company he had previously run with Tony Magnusson. Ternasky, to the dismay of Magnusson, was also able to convince many riders of the team to assist in the development of the new brand.

  • Predator

    Predator

    Predator is a Canadian company focused on designing and manufacturing helmets for action sports. Our design philosophy is to create the safest most comfortable helmets with clean, simple and aesthetically pleasing lines. Owner and designer Matt Kelly mixes his passion for skateboarding, background in competitive whitewater kayaking and twenty years of experience designing and manufacturing to create helmets of superior design and quality.

  • Premium

    Premium

    Premium Skateboards is considered the only true source for 100% Canadian Hard Rock Maple boards! There is more to a good skateboard than just a cool graphic!

  • Rad

    Rad

    RAD Board makes basic skateboards perfectly suitable for riders who are starting to move on wheels. RAD skateboards are colourful, fun and good when it comes to beginners, and especially children, who are not yet ready to throw themselves into crazy tricks. You can also find cruiser or longboard boards, all assembled and ready to go for a ride.

  • Rayne

    Rayne

    Graham Buksa is the founding and owner of Rayne Longboards. Graham started the brand back in 2004 and pioneered many leading designs and the original bamboo fiberglass downhill longboard. Throughout his career he has managed Rayne, raced on the world cup circuit, and stood on many podiums for the Rayne downhill team. Graham continues to race, design, and pioneer new technology for Rayne products to keep the brand at the forefront of longboard progression.

  • Remember

    Remember

    Born in 2013 in sunny Southern California, Remember Collective strives to bring fresh and functional ideas to the table with every product we produce. Lively graphics and a diverse lineup provide fun for just about everyone!

  • Ricta

    Ricta

    When it comes to superior quality, performance, and durability, you cannot beat Ricta! Based out of Santa Cruz, California, Ricta has set the standard for skateboard wheels in the industry since 2002. Their wheels are a higher quality alternative for skaters that want the very best in construction, speed, and precision. Ricta skateboard wheels offer a controlled ride and long-lasting performance. They have many wheel types to choose from, all offering unique attributes specific to different styles of riding.

  • Riviera

    Riviera

    Riviera has set the standard when it comes to skating gear. This Orange County, California company provides the industry with high performance, unmatched skateboards and longboards. As the skating market continues to grow, so does the urgency to refresh classic products with unique features. Riviera has managed to put a new spin on their skateboards and longboards, and have successfully gained a loyal fan base. By offering a wide range of different board styles, Riviera has become “everyone’s skateboard company.”

  • Rocker

    Rocker

    Rocker is a brand linked to Rocker BMX LTD that produces Mini BMX complete and spare parts, such as wheels, both single and pair, and bearings with the help of professional riders. The history of BMX begins in the '70s, when many children, inspired by motocross champions, start to ride their bikes on dirt tracks. The Mini BMX Rockers are, as the name suggests, small-scale Bmxs, but with the same wheels and the same sturdy frame as the professional Bmxs. For this reason, the complete Rocker Mini BMX bikes can be used indistinctly by adults and children and they do well even on ramps and in freestyle.

  • Ruckus

    Ruckus

    If Tod Swank and partners decide to do something new in Tum Yeto, be assured that they bring out a quality product. It’s what happened with Ruckus Trucks, available in mid and low profiles, designed and produced by the same hands that put Foundation Skateboards, Toy Machine and Pig Wheels under your feet. In short, a guarantee with almost 30 years of history!

  • Rush
  • Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz

    The longest-running board company in the history of skateboarding, born in the mid-70s and never disappeared from the scene for an instant, Santa Cruz represents the history of skateboarding of yesterday and today. An offer that ranges consistently from Reissue (remakes of some of the most famous boards in the history of skateboarding) up to modern "Popsicle" without neglecting the legendary "prehistory" modern tables inspired by the shapes of the 80s and good for every use.

  • Sector 9

    Sector 9

    The story of the 9 Ball starts in a La Jolla backyard in 1993. Our house consisted of a bunch of good friends, a pool table, mini-ramp, ping-pong table and shaping room all across the street from some nice smooth hills down to the local reefs.  As you can imagine, since the house had all of these fine features, it became quite the hangout spot. At the time, we had a friend from Hawaii who used to always razz people by calling them "Nineballs." One day he called to see what was going on at the house, but we were all out "studying," so he had to leave a message on our answering machine and asked, "What’s going on over there at Sector 9?", which to all of us meant a house full of "Nineballs." Coincidently, one of our favorite neighborhood hill cruisers, that was a snowboard-turned-skateboard, had recently been stolen. A few replacement boards were almost finished and just needed the finishing touches of a logo… The answering machine message was heard, and "Sector 9" not only had a nice ring to it, but also seemed fitting, so it stuck. When people saw us skate by on these boards, the interest was immediately apparent and we started making skateboards in the backyard. Lots of learning, and a couple of evictions later, we were forced to move into our first warehouse that would become the Sector 9 skateboard factory.giardino. Dopo aver imparato molto e un paio di sfratti dopo, siamo stati costretti a trasferirci nel nostro primo magazzino che sarebbe diventato la fabbrica di skateboard Sector 9.

  • Seismic

    Seismic

    Based in Boulder, Colorado, Seismic Skate Systems is one of the oldest and most respected longboard brands in the world. We’ve been pushing the envelope of progressive carving technology since 1993, when we introduced the first high-precision truck of the modern longboard era. Seismic designs and manufactures high-performance trucks, wheels, bearings, decks and completes for carving, cruising, freeride, racing and beyond. We don’t play it safe. We chose the name “Seismic” because we’re committed to continually shaking up the skateboard market with products that are two or more generations ahead of the pack. We’re usually wrestling with designs that are challenging or even impossible to manufacture without new materials or new factory processes. Our slogan “driven to innovate” is no exaggeration. Since 1983, Seismic founder Daniel Gesmer has been incurably obsessive-compulsive about engineering the world’s most advanced skateboard carving technologies. His perfectionism both haunts and inspires the rest of the Seismic staff. seismic skateFor us, skateboarding is an ever-evolving sport/art that should be based on diverse choices in high-performance gear and the freedom to cruise, race or style as you wish. Call us foolish, but we promote what performs best, not what’s easiest to sell. Our inspiration comes from a deep experience of pure skating, and from confidence that advanced engineering can bring an ever-wider audience to the same open-minded stoke that first gave birth to our sport/art some 50 years ago. It’s as simple as that, and we’ve got tunnel vision about it.

  • Sk8mafia

    Sk8mafia

    Created on the streets of San Diego, California, Sk8mafia was founded by a group of friends passionate about skateboarding. It was only a matter of time before the company grew into a popular skateboard company that’s favored around the world. Sk8mafia manufactures top performing skateboard equipment and apparel. Ready to turn some heads? You are going to love what this brand has to offer! Constructed of 7 ply maple, Sk8mafia skateboard decks are strong, durable, and ready to ride on all surfaces. Their deck graphics are one of a kind!

  • Speed Demons

    Speed Demons

    Speed Demons manufactures skateboards, longboards and cruisers at low cost, but of excellent quality. It is the ideal brand for those who are taking their first steps in the world of skateboarding. Speed Demons boards are also suitable for children who want a real skateboard to try the first tricks with. Speed Demons skateboards are known for their creative graphics, flamboyant colors, and design bearings out of the ordinary. This brand is based in El Segundo, California.

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  • Tensor

    Tensor

    Tensor Trucks is a skateboard truck company founded in 1999 in Los Angeles by Rodney Mullen. Tensor trucks have quickly earned the reputation of the lightest trucks in circulation. The brand produces its own high-end skateboard trucks, using an exclusive aluminum alloy with high magnesium content. This gives the Tensor Mag Light lightness unique in the market, weighing only 230gr per set (pair). Produced with incredibly accurate finishes and graphics, the Tensors are all round trucks guaranteed for life against breakage.

  • The Heart Supply

    The Heart Supply

    The Heart Supply was created with the aim of giving due importance to freedom, cultural diversity and friendships that are created thanks to skateboarding and transmit this concept of brotherhood to the new generations through a high quality product. In addition, The Heart Supply supports big names in the world of competitive skateboarding and not only as Heimana Reynolds, Jagger Eaton, Chris Chann and Bam Margera!

  • Toy Machine

    Toy Machine

    Ed Templeton is an internationally renowned skateboarder and artist. In 1993, when he was about to start his own company under Tum Yeto, he was undecided between the names Toy Skateboards and Machine Skateboards. It was his friend and pro skater Ethan Fowler who suggested merging the two options, resulting in Toy Machine Skateboards. The characteristics of this brand? An irreverent and at the same time unique style and a team in which Leo Romero, Billy Marks, Josh Harmony, Collin Provost and other level riders find a place.

  • Triple 8

    Triple 8

    Ever ollie over a 6 ft pothole while swerving around an oncoming taxi? Ever bike through miles of snarling traffic, oblivious tourists and millions of testy commuters? Triple Eight was born on the streets of New York City, so we know what it’s like to ride them. And we know what it takes to conquer them, too. Back in 1996, we hit the pavement—literally—with our first helmet, and have been developing tough, stylish protective gear for the action sports industry ever since. Our team is continuously dreaming up new products, incorporating new technology, and maintaining our hard earned reputation for skate, bike, snow, water and derby gear of the highest quality and craftsmanship. After all, we’re not only making the products, we’re using them too. You can be confident that no matter what spills you take, we’re here to help you get right back up. So go ahead, push harder, go faster, fly higher. And know that whatever you ride, Triple Eight has you protected from head to toe.

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  • TSG

    TSG

    Founded in Zurich, Switzerland in 1988, TSG is a company that has been protecting action sports athletes from injuries they often stumble upon for almost thirty years. In its almost three decades of career, TSG has earned the absolute respect of riders thanks to its way of working: the feedback of their team is in fact the backbone in the process of designing and producing their own protections. A historic gem? Want to know who was the first TSG pro? Well, even Tony Hawk! A guarantee, right?

  • Venom
  • Venture
  • Verb

    Verb

    The Verb skateboards started their trip in 2010 and if you want to start your trip in the world of skateboarding, give Verb a chance. The South African brand produces durable and quality boards made of 100% Canadian maple for novice skateboarders who start to try the first tricks. Verb boards are guaranteed for the same quality on each table thanks to the single pressure production method.

  • Vital

    Vital

    Vital Hardware and Accessories is a skateboard brand which proposes the best solutions to set up your skateboard or longboard. Every kind and every size of bolts, nuts, washers, spacers, kingpins, risers pads and shock pads. It also offers complete, compact and easy to use skate tools.

  • Welcome

    Welcome

    Welcome Skateboards was founded in 2010 with the idea of creating a completely new skateboard company. The brand was soon noted for the directional shape of the boards and the unmistakable creative direction. A distinctive and unique feature present on every aspect of its production.

  • Wilson
  • Yow

    Yow

    YOW wants to take surfing to the streets thanks to its innovative Carver board. YOW is an acronym that stands for Your Own Wave, because it gives the feeling of surfing while you go around with your YOW board. The innovative YOW truck system allows you to ride around with three different stiffnesses - a soft setting for maximum surfing sensation and turns, an average setting for balance while going fast, and a tough setting for greater control at high speeds. The base of the YOW wheels can be changed with different settings. A shorter base allows abrupt steering while a longer base allows smoother steering. In case you want to use a normal skateboard, the YOW system can be deactivated using a simple wrench. In case you want a high quality skateboard to use in the street in many different ways, a YOW board is really an interesting choice.

  • Z-Flex

    Z-Flex

    1975 saw the Zephyr skate team from Santa Monica (better known as the specific area of Dogtown), California competing in the Del Mar national Skateboarding competition. The “Zephyr surfboard production” surf shop was an integral part of the local surf culture, and had branched out into skateboard production, coinciding with the invention of urethane wheels. Kent Sherwood (Jay Adam’s step-father) who owned a fiberglass shop, was approached by Jeff Ho, Skip Engblom and Craig Stecyk of Zephyr Surf Shop to create a Zephyr skateboard. Riding low, fast and hard, the Zephyr team took the existing version of gymnastic, handstand based skateboarding, fuelled it with the aggression of the streets, and things would never be the same again. At first an alternative to surfing when the waves were flat, skateboarding soon took priority for a group of skate/surfers eager to prove themselves. Hitting the local schools in an attempt to mimic the big wave surf styles of their idols, the Zephyr team, or Z-Boyz as they came to be known, quickly developed into a phenomenon in their own right. The phenomenon continued as California found itself in the grip of record droughts, causing many residents to empty their swimming pools. The Z-Boyz saw opportunity, and dove right in to these newly exposed playgrounds, sneaking into people’s back yards, skating as long as they could, and then running to avoid the inevitable police presence. The embodiment of an opportunistic, anti-establishment sentiment that remains evident in skateboarding to this day. The finest example of this being Jay Adams, not only a 1st generation Z-Boy, but regarded as one of the best skateboarders ever, due in large part to his carefree aggressive style of attacking pools and streets. The nature of skateboarding eventually took it's toll on some of the Zephyr team- and in 1976 Kent Sherwood, Jay Adams’ step-dad, broke away from Zephyr and started EZ-RYDER with half of the original Zephyr skaters including Jay Adams and Tony Alva. 6 months later EZ-RYDER changed it’s name to Z-Flex

  • Zero

    Zero

    The name Zero Skateboards is inextricably linked to one of the skateboarding legends of the last 20 years: Jamie Thomas. Founded in California in 1996, Zero is definitely one of the most iconic skateboarding companies in the world. Its logo and videos are an integral part of the cultural heritage of every skateboarder around the world.

  • Zoo York

    Zoo York

    New York City. '70s. A group of skateboard graffiti writers led by Mark "ali" Edmunds started a crew called "the soul artists of zoo york". They were respected in all five bags to bombard subways with spray paint and bombard the hills on their skateboards. In 1993, a new generation of children from New York City had taken over. Sick of being watched by the California-centered skateboard industry, and with the blessing of the original York Zoo crew, Rodney Smith, Eli Morgan Gesner and Adam Schatz intend to discount the skateboard by representing the first skateboard brand for New York City in its very name. Starting with t-shirts and skateboards from a grim warehouse in Lower Manhattan, Zoo York has grown rapidly to be a feeling of international streetwear, discovering itself in one of the most recognized brands of skateboarding. Now, just after the 25th anniversary of Zoo York, the founders have returned to bringing the brand’s original flavor to its roots - to represent the culture of New York city street.