New Brands in The Boardr Store

I'd like to introduce and welcome a few new brands to The Boardr Store. We're hyped on what they're producing and are proud to be backing fellow skateboarders that are getting it done on their own terms.

New Brands in The Boardr Store

Posted by Rob Meronek 7 years ago on March 1st, 2014

I'd like to introduce and welcome a few new brands to The Boardr Store. We're hyped on what they're producing and are proud to be backing fellow skateboarders that are getting it done on their own terms.

Trent Evans started PASS~PORT in 2008. His company's inspiration comes from travel, friends, and his Australian heritage. The team is a tight crew of Australians that we hope to see one day sooner than later on our travels doing events with The Boardr. Josh Pall, Billy McFeely, Callum Paul, Geoff Campbell, Glenn Wignall, and Bernie Foo, see you down under one day and thanks for having PASS~PORT in The Boardr Store.
Pennswood Manufacturing located in Oil City, Pennsylvania is owned and run by skateboarders using the finest Canadian and American Maple wood to make all Scumco and Sons boards. You'll find skateboarders owning and running even the print shop that does their shirts. It's amazing to see a brand keeping the full entrepreneurial spirit of skateboarding alive as many of us skating for more than 20+ years have seen skateboarding evolve like that. Scumco's team currently includes Brian Downey, Stan Karbine, Drew Windon, Dan Peindl, Zach Funk, Zach Dykes, and Josh Narvaez. We're hyped to have Scumco and Sons in The Boardr Store.
Brett Margaritis, and Australian pro, started Modus Bearings in 2003. Check this team out: Grant Taylor, John Rattray, Andrew Brophy, Dane Burman, Cale Nuske, Josh Pall, Sammy Winter, Nick Boserio, Chewy Cannon. Amazing! And now The Boardr Store is on the retail team. Thanks, Brett, for having Modus in The Boardr Store.
Kelly Williams started Broadcast wheels in 2009 making premium urethane wheels with custom shapes and a unique aesthetic made in America. The team includes Ethan Fowler, Paul Shier, Gareth Stehr, Kevin Coakley, Brian Lotti, Jeremy Holmes, Zach Lyons, Lucas Erlebach, and Danny Falla. Welcome Broadcast to The Boardr Store. Thanks for being down with Broadcast in The Boardr Store, Kelly.
Japanese skateboarder Katsumi Minami started Evisen in Tokyo to support his local skate community and their different view on the world and skateboarding. Japanese as well as English culture influences the brand and its direction. The boards are made in America at South Central Manufacturing. The team includes MARU, Shinpei Ueno, Akira Imamura, Seimi Miyahara, and Katsumi Minami. Hopefully it won't be long before we're skating together in Japan at an event that The Boardr is assisting with. Thank you Katsumi for having Evisen in The Boardr Store.

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