Adio Footwear is an American company that manufactures skateboard footwear. It was founded by retired professional skateboarder Chris Miller, and is a subsidiary of K2 Sports. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adio"
Airwalk was a popular boardsport lifestyle clothing company that hit its zenith in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The company made skate shoes, t-shirts, snowboard boots, and other products. Airwalk was established in 1986, and throughout the years sponsored various professional skaters such as Jason Lee and Tony Hawk. In the late 1990s, Airwalk went through some changes and their products weren't seen in surf or skate shops for a few years, but new shoes are being sold at various discount shoe stores like Payless Shoes and Modells around the country. ...more on Wikipedia about "Airwalk"
Almost Skateboards is a west coast skateboard manufacturer introduced in early 2003. Currently, its team consists of Rodney Mullen, Daewon Song, Ryan Sheckler, Chris Haslam, and Greg Luztka. ...more on Wikipedia about "Almost Skateboards"
Billabong is a clothing brand and public company, which since 11 August, 2000 has traded on the Australian Stock Exchange as Billabong International. ...more on Wikipedia about "Billabong (clothing)"
Blind is a skateboarding company founded by Mark Gonzales. They sell decks, wheels and accessories as well as clothes from their own clothing line. The company's logo is a grim reaper with text underneath that reads "Blind". ...more on Wikipedia about "Blind (company)"
Circa is a brand name in the skateboarding industry. Products under the Circa brand include shoes, clothing, and skateboards. Circa also sponsors a professional skateboarding team. Circa was originally created by Chad Muska, a professional skateboarder. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circa (skateboarding)"
DC Shoes is an American based footwear company who specialize in producing shoes for skateboarding as well as snowboarding boots and outerwear. They also produce accessories for Apple Computer products, mainly protective cases for the iPod and Powerbook in designs matching their shoes. ...more on Wikipedia about "DC Shoes"
Deluxe Distribution was founded in 1987 in San Francisco. They offer various parts of skateboards and apparel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Deluxe Distribution"
Element is a skateboard company that was established in Atlanta, Georgia in 1992 as Underworld Element. The company later dropped the "Underworld" from its name and became known as just Element. The founder and president of the company, Johnny Schillereff, invented the logo as being the life of natural wood and being "one" with the board.The Element logo is a stick figure style tree inside a circle, often white in a red background. In some renditions, the logo is also circled by the words: Wind, Water, Fire, and Earth, the four basic elements. ...more on Wikipedia about "Element Skateboards"
Emerica is a skateboarding shoe manufacturer which is based in California, USA and owned by Sole Technology. Not unlike other shoe manufacturers (e.g. Nike Skateboards), Emerica's revenues are generated both through its final product and sponsored professional team members. In terms of corporate merchandising, this means that while some shoes are marketed on the basis of physical characteristics alone (product name, colour, style, etc.) others are marketed more so on the team riders name and projected image. Accordingly, Emerica sells both standardized company logo shoes and slightly more specialized professional model shoes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emerica"
Enjoi is a skateboarding company that makes a line of high quality skate products and accessories. The Enjoi skate team consists of Jerry Hsu, Caswell Berry, Louie Barletta, Jose Rojo, Jason Adams, and Clark Hassler. ...more on Wikipedia about "Enjoi"
éS Footwear (pronounced like the letter ' s') is an American footwear company owned by Sole Technology, Inc., who specialize in skateboarding shoes and clothing. ...more on Wikipedia about "ÉS Footwear"
etnies is an American footwear manufacturer owned by Sole Technology, Inc. that specializes in shoes and clothing ostensibly for skateboarders, snowboarders, BMX riders and surfers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Etnies"
Flip Skateboards is an American-based skateboard company, owned by Jeremy Fox and Ian Deacon. The company manufactures skateboard decks, wheels and clothing. Flip is owned by the company Blitz. ...more on Wikipedia about "Flip Skateboards"
Girl Skateboards is a skateboarding company started in 1993 by Rick Howard and Spike Jonze. The primary function of the company is to sell merchandise; boards, wheels, shirts, pants, and belt buckles are available with the Girl logo on them. ...more on Wikipedia about "Girl Skateboards"
Globe Shoes are a manufacturer of surf and skateboard footware formed in Australia in 1994 by former Australian professional skateboarders Matt, Steven, and Peter Hill. ...more on Wikipedia about "Globe Shoes"
Hurley International is a youth clothing company located in Costa Mesa, California founded by the Hurley Family in Williamsburg, Virginia. Hurley is now owned by Nike, Inc.. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hurley International"
IPath is a skateboard footwear and clothing company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ipath"
Manticore Skateboards is a Swedish skateboard brand founded in Gothenburg 2002. ...more on Wikipedia about "Manticore Skateboards"
Matix is a clothing company focused on the skateboard, snowboard, and surf communities. Founded in 1998 by Tim Gavin and the Dunlop family, Matix used design input from a variety of respected professionals to launch the brand which quickly grew. ...more on Wikipedia about "Matix"
Nike Skateboarding is a line of skateboarding products created by Nike, Inc. which mainly consist of shoes and clothing (with the occasional umbrella). ...more on Wikipedia about "Nike Skateboarding" Must see http://www.shortopedia.com
Plan B Skateboards is a skateboarding company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Plan B Skateboards"
Quiksilver is an Australian based corporation, the world's largest manufacturer of surfing inspired clothing. Its logo consists of a large wave, with a mountain in the background. ...more on Wikipedia about "Quiksilver"
Toy Machine, also known as Toy Machine Bloodsucking Skateboard Company, is a skateboarding company started by Ed Templeton in 1993. The Toy Machine in the past has included a wide variety of members such as Ed Templeton, Jamie Thomas, Jon Mcgrath, Jerry Fowler, Mike Frazier, Brian Anderson, Satva Leung, Elissa Steamer, Donny Barley, Mike Maldonado, Bam Margera, Kerry Getz, Chris Senn and Brad Staba. Currently, the Toy Machine Team consists of Ed Templeton, Austin Stephens, Billy Marks, Johnny Layton, Matt Bennet, Josh Harmony and Diego Bucchieri (aka "the Butcher"). ...more on Wikipedia about "Toy Machine"
The Van Doren Rubber Company, better known as "Vans", has been since 1966 a Southern California based manufacturer of sneakers and other shoe types catering primarily to the active youth market. They market heavily in the surfing and skateboarding areas. In more recent years, Vans has marketed additional items such as clothing and skateboarding accessories. ...more on Wikipedia about "Van Doren Rubber Company"
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