Brands There are 106 brands

  • 1O1

    In 1991, Steve Rocco, founder of World Industries, approached Natas Kaupas to offer him to create his own brand.

  • 5Boro

    5boro Skateboards was created by Steve Rodriguez in 1996 in New York. In fact, the offices and manufacturing are done in New York. 5boro Skateboards was created by skaters for skaters who live for the street!

  • Alien Workshop

    Alien Workshop has been around since 1990, created by Chris Carter and Mike Hill. The brand was bought by Rob Dyrdek (team member), in April 2012. Alien Workshop remains an essential brand, legendary riders, and great music on their videos by Dinosaur Jr.

  • Almost

    Almost is a skateboard brand but also produces clothing. It was founded in 2003 by Rodney Mullen and Daewon Song. The brand specializes in hip-hop, punk rock and skateboard culture.

  • Alva

    Tony Alva, born in 1957 in the United States, is an original member of the Z-Boys and one of the most influential skateboarders of all time. It was the first skateboarding world champion. His style contrasted with that of other skaters!

  • Anti-Hero

    Anti-Hero skateboards were founded by Julien Stranger in the summer of 1990, distributed Deluxe alongside Spitfire Wheels, Thunder Trucks, Krooked and Venture Trucks. The original Anti-Hero team is made up of Julien Stranger, John Cardiel, Bob Burnquist, Eric J and Sean Young. Anti-Hero's line of conduct is “anything goes,” keeping the dream alive for skateboard nomads who choose their own path in life instead of following everyone else. Anti-Hero has posted skate videos such as F * cktards, 2 Song video, Cash Money Vagrant and Tent City. The team is represented by legendary riders like John Cardiel, Frank Gerwer, Andrew Allen, Tony "TNT" Trujillo, Chris Phanner, Jeff Grosso and Petwer Hewitt.

  • Baker

    Baker skateboards were created in 1999 by Andrew Reynolds (after leaving Birdhouse) and Jay Strickland (artist). Andrew poached riders from Stereo, Zero, ...

  • Birdhouse

    Birdhouse Skateboards (formerly Birdhouse Projects) is an American brand founded in 1992 by the legendary Tony Hawk and Per Welinder.

  • Black Flys

    Black Flys was born in 1991 in California in the USA. Inspired by skateboarding and surfing, Black Flys has made an impact globally. Perfect for walking around day and night! Black Flys takes great pride in the quality of its sunglasses. You won't find plastic hinges to cut costs, or low-quality glass. All frames are made from high quality materials. The lenses exceed UV standards.

  • Black Label

    Black Label is a board brand created by John Lucero in 1990, based in Huntington Beach, California. John had also set up his brand "Lucero Ltd" in 1988 and used the factories in Santa Cruz to manufacture his boards.

  • Blind

    Blind is a skateboard brand founded by Mark Gonzales in 1989. In the range there are boards, wheels and clothing.
    The brand began to be known in 1991, with the release of its video "Video Days". It includes Jason Lee in particular. In 2005, Blind released a new video called “What if? ". The word "Blind", meaning "blind", is a nod from Mark Gonzales to Vision Skateboards, the brand he rode for before 1989.

  • Bones

    Bones, originally, it is the brand of wheels of Powell & Peralta, it has developed for a few years its own identity and a real range of wheels divided into several programs: STF (Street Tech Formula) for street / SPF (Skate Park Formula) a softer hair to have more grip on the ultra smooth surfaces of Skate parks / ATF (All Terrain Formula) soft wheels perfect for cruizers and very difficult terrain. Here too the team is up to the task with among others: David Gravette, Adam Dyet, Ben Raybourn, Taylor Bingaman, Jordan Hoffart, Chris Haslam, Chad Bartie, etc ...

  • Bones Bearings

    Bones Bearings was designed by Powell Peralta. This is the top of the range in terms of bearings, with noble and resistant materials, for example, the Swiss series is wrinkled and approved by many pros!

  • Brixton

    Inspired by Skateboarding, Surfing, Music, Culture and all the people around it, Brixton was born from the collaboration of three friends who transformed their lifestyle into unique products.

    Founded in 2004, the brand began by launching a line of hats before developing into a full line of clothing.

    Each piece, both modern and traditional, is designed with the greatest care to provide you with quality products with a timeless style.

  • Bronson

    The new brand of ball bearings specially designed for Skateboarding by NHS (Independent Trucks, Creature Skateboards, Santa Cruz Skateboards, OJ Wheels, Ricta, Etc ...)

  • Bullet

    Bullet is a brand of protection: helmets, elbow pads, knee pads, wrist guards and reinforced shorts

  • Chocolate

    In close collaboration with Girl, Chocolate was created in 1994, originally the team was made up of riders with Hispanic origins. In the Girl videos, we find parts of the riders from Chocolate and vice versa.

  • Clayer

    Since 2015, Clayer is a green clay used to treat a wide variety of injuries and pains. This clay has been used for centuries for these virtues!

  • Cliché

    Cliché is a brand of boards, created in 1997 by the French Jérémie DACLIN. Originally from Lyon. In 2007, Dwindle bought Cliché, but the brand is still managed by the founder.

  • Cortina

    The design is in the details. You would be surprised if you knew how many different ways there are to make a bearing. Every little detail can affect their duration, friction / resistance or even the feel and sound of your skateboard. Cortina Bearing Co takes all of this into account during development. The laser engravings are also there to remind that Cortina has an eye for detail.

  • Creature

    Creature is a board brand, easily remarkable thanks to their logo but also their "green" color. The world of Creature is marked by zombies, sexy, tattoos, punkrock, hairy, bearded ...

  • Darkroom

    Darkroom Inc. is a skate and clothing brand of artist Don Pendleton. Don did a lot of artwork for Alien Workshop at the time and then did graphics for a variety of skateboard brands and bands. His designs are instantly recognizable.

  • Darkstar

    Darkstar is a skateboard brand. Originally it was a brand of skateboard wheels but today Darkstar is known for making 7-ply maple and epoxy resin decks. Thanks to this technology, Darkstar boards are very resistant.

  • Death Lens

    Death Lens offers smartphone accessories. Film and take pictures with wide angles of the "fisheye" type.

  • Deathwish

    Deathwish is a board brand, founded in 2008 by Jim Greco (after leaving Baker), Erik Ellington and Antwuan Dixon. The Baker and Deathwish brands are closely linked.

  • DGK

    Dirty Ghetto Kids (DGK) is an American brand of skateboards, but also clothing and accessories. DGK was created by Stevie Williams, Eli Soto and Troy Morgan.

  • Dusters

    Dusters is based in El Segundo, California, USA, Dusters has been designing cruiser and longboard skateboards since 2005.

  • Emerica

    Emerica is a skate shoe brand founded in 1995 by Sole Technology. The lines of Emerica shoes are quite sober and their riders are rather "core"!

  • Enjoi

    Enjoi is a board brand, created by Marc Johnson and Rodney Mullen. Their logo is a panda, made only with spots. Enjoi!

  • éS

    éS is a skateboard shoe brand founded in 1995 by Sole Technology, the brand stands out thanks to the pro model Eric Koston! It has a very clean and very technical image thanks to its riders!

  • Etnies

    Etnies is an American shoe brand based in Lake Forest, California and owned by Sole Technology.

    The first designs are attributed to Alain Montigné, known as “Platoon”, who died on 06/16/1989, as well as to Franck Boistel and Gilles Le Bon Delapointe (known as “Gatzby”). The name was changed to "etnies" following a court request, concerning a similarity of name. The first French representatives promoting the brand to surfshops were Bertrand Châtelier and Eric Chabiron.

    It specializes in shoes and clothing for skateboarders, snowboarders, BMXers and surfers.
    The firm was founded in Cholet, Maine & Loire, and La Gaubretière, Vendée, France in 1986, with the original name “Etnics”, derived from the word “ethnic” and referring to the skateboarding subculture of the time. This brand, created by brothers Guy and Yvon Rautureau (Apple Shoes, Pom d'Api, Free-Lance), sought to bring together the different tribes from boardsports, such as surfing, skateboarding and BMX.

  • Flip

    Flip is an American board brand managed by Jeremy Fox. Previously called DeathBox when the brand was based in England.

  • Foundation

    Foundation is an American brand of boards created by Tod Swank in 1989 with the help of Steve Rocco who owned the "World Industries" company. Foundation was distributed by World Industries for the first two years until Swank decided to move to San Diego .

  • Girl

    Girl was created in 1993 by Mike Carrol and Rick Howard, former World Industries riders. Their logo is very easily identifiable, not to be confused with the logo of the toilets ... Girl has become a reference in board matters!

  • Grizzly

    Created by skateboarder Torey Pudwill, Grizzly is a brand specializing in the manufacture of grip but also accessories.

  • Hard Luck

    Hard Luck was created after Jason Jessee's old pal Mark Gonzales drew a skull with a pen and key on an envelope telling Jason he should make a mark of it.
    In the beginning Hard Luck was available exclusively in Japan and made wheels and clothing.
    The company has grown and is now available worldwide with their ball bearings.
    The team is made up of the most rad and fastest Skateboarders who were looking for high performance bearings.

    Come ride with "Team Go Fast".

  • Hawgs

    Hawgs wheels is the brand of wheels for Landyachtz longboards: "flexible" wheels with large diameters to roll everywhere!

  • Haze Wheels

    Haze Wheels was founded by Bertrand Soubrier in 2010, following his former brand "Travel Wheels". The brand is 100% independent, designed by skaters for skaters, the recipe is to do things with passion and do things the way you want to do them. The graphics are "core" and efficient. Always looking to make the wheels even better!

  • HUF

    HUF founder Keith Hufnagel started skateboarding in the late 1980s in New York City. At the time, skateboarding was just not accepted: it was punk rock, it was hip-hop, it was a counter-culture of outcasts poorly understood by the public. It was a way of life that would eventually shape Hufnagel's outlook on life.

  • Independent

    Independent Truck Company is a skateboarding equipment company specializing in the manufacture of axles (or trucks ). It is probably the most famous brand in the world in this field. It was co-founded in 1978 by Fausto Vitello, and the first model (the Stage 1 ) made its appearance on May 23 of that year, in Newark (California). The company is based in Santa Cruz (California).

  • Independent Skateshop

    Independent Skateshop has been an exclusively online skate shop since 2013.

  • Jessup

    Jessup is an emblematic grip brand, on the market for almost always, it is the brand with the wings that will make you fly during a gap!

  • Krooked

    Krooked is a board brand created in 2002 by Mark Gonzales, the brand is in the image of Mark (also an artist), quite offbeat.

  • Landyachtz

    Landyachtz Longboards has been a Vancouver, British Columbia brand since 1997. The quality of Landyachtz boards is well established, it is a sure bet.

  • Loser Machine


    Loser Machine Company founding member Adrian Lopez (pro rider for ZERO Skateboards, then MYSTERY) identified the correlation between the world of biking and skateboarding in his personal life in the early 2000s. Soon after "Loser Machine "became a code in Adrian's inner circle to define all" vehicles "leading to travel, whether physical or creative. Whether it's a skateboard, a tattoo machine, a motorcycle, a low rider or a hot rod. Adrian and his friends see their passions as an end in themselves.

    At a time when the majors of the sports industry wanted to get their hands on the skateboarding, street league and skateboarding industry at the Olympics, Adrian realized that he no longer found his place in this new order. global.

    In 2008 he therefore created Loser Machine Company for all underdogs, misfits, outcasts and weirdos.

  • Madness

    Madness is a young brand of boards, with "crazy" shapes and designs!

  • Maxallure

    In 1986, Karl Watson met Nick Lockman, who introduced him to the world of skateboarding. In 2018, after working side by side for years and developing a close friendship, the two San Francisco pros decided to join forces and form the skate brand Maxallure. Their team includes other riders from San Francisco, Deondre Thebpanya, Jonathan Perez and Tafari Whitter. Watson and Lockman hired local independent artists to design the clean, simple graphics for the Maxallure boards, and the light colors and patterns give the boards a bold touch. Versatile boards that adapt to all styles.

  • Meow

    Meow Skateboards: skateboards by girls for girls!

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