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HUF’s founder Keith Hufnagel grew up skateboarding in the gritty streets of 1980s New York City. He was part of an early street skating generation that came up amongst a melting pot of city countercultures. HUF represents the progressive vision that has driven Hufnagel since day one. It is renowned for its clean aesthetic, provocative designs, and quality craftsmanship.
Makia was born in the harbour of Helsinki to stand the test of time and to accompany you for years to come. They have stood long enough in cold rain, to favour simple and functional design that focuses on materials respecting the harsh Northern climate.
Mosaic proudly works for Makia as an agency, therefore we don’t carry any products available on B2B stock.
Established in 2007, Doughnut started making backpacks, bags accessories and other travel essentials. Integrating fashion and functionality are hallmarks of Doughnut. All these factors are key in ensuring that every Doughnut product is consistently of the utmost quality, reasonably priced and unique from what is commonly found out there.
Primitive is a celebration of skateboarding and the rich subcultures that live alongside it. From the next block to the next hemisphere, we explore all environments and engage with all communities rooted in creativity and passionate expression. From grimy to refined, we tell the honest stories of the beautifully imperfect cultures that make us who we are.
CAT WWR stands for Caterpillar Workwear Redefined: And with such a rich brand history firmly rooted in the resource and construction industry, CAT WWR definitely knows what workwear is all about. It seeks to build upon their knowledge of quality, durability, and innovation, whilst delivering a contemporary product fit for everyday life.
HOURS IS YOURS opened its doors as a skater owned footwear company in 2021. Created by Dennis Martin and Bryan Herman as an authentic skate and lifestyle footwear company within the skateboard industry, HOURS is a destination for quality product made by skateboarders with everyone in mind. The brand pays homage to the legends that have inspired them while creating opportunity for future generations.
Poler Outdoor Stuff is a brand created to bridge the gap between actionsports and traditional outdoor activities, recognizing that a modern active outdoor lifestyle encompasses them both. They make stuff for the roamers and seekers, the nomads and the vagabonds. Suitable for everyday life in the city and ready for your next excursion into the wild. Nothing but campvibes for sure.
Launched in 2012, Parlez is a streetwear and lifestyle brand based in Bristol, UK. Drawing inspiration from iconic sportswear and nautical aesthetics, they focus on simple silhouettes, functionality and understated branding, to create minimal, timeless staples where vintage and outdoor influence meets streetwear style.
Lakai is a Los Angeles based footwear manufacturer founded by Mike Carroll and Rick Howard in 1999. The brand enjoys a rich history and influence on the skateboard culture. With a focus on creating an atmosphere that is supportive and motivating while developing a product line that team riders can be proud of, Lakai has maintained a unique level of integrity and respect within the skateboarding community since its inception.
The Quiet Life is a premium young contemporary street wear brand based in Los Angeles. Founded by Lakai art director Andy Mueller in Chicago, Quiet Life is consistently creating forward thinking clothing and accessory designs using different creative influences through each of their collections. Renowned for their creative cut and sew designs and of course their extensive head wear collections.
Started in 2002, DGK is a tribute to skaters who come from less advantaged backgrounds. The acronym which stands for Dirty Ghetto Kids was what other skaters at Philadelphia’s Love Park called the original crew because they were from the wrong side of the tracks. They took the name and branded themselves with it, not knowing that one day it would turn into a global line available everywhere from the most core skate shops to the most elite boutiques.
Skateboarding, like art, is about opportunities. It is about creativity. It is about being creative enough to take your opportunities and make the best of them. Create fun. Create havoc. Create something new and original. Ultimately MOB Skateboards is about nothing but skateboarding. The victory of optimism over experience is not only the engine room of skateboarding it is also the engine room of our company.
Founded 2006 as a sister-brand of MOB Skateboards, Polster Trucks is Europe’s original skateboard truck company. Right from the get-go it was Polster’s goal to present the skateboard community with a reliable, agile and durable skateboard truck with a clean yet significant look. Their mission statement: All directions. No destination.
WKND is a California based skateboard brand started by a group of friends filming around Los Angeles in an old mini van. The label is pronounced Weekend and identifies with the mentality of finding the light side of skateboarding from the carpool lane. Made from finest wood (mostly shaped in the name of professor Schmitt Stix), WKND is all about creativity, crew love and good fun.
5Boro NYC is a New York based skateboard label taking massive inspiration from real East Coast skating, but also absorbing every afflatus that happens inbetween NY’s famous five boroughs — from finest hardware to fashionable softgoods, 5Boro’s pieces perfectly incarnate the street vibes with a contemporary state of mind.
Created by Blueprint legend Paul Shier and his close friend, skateboarder and artist Nick Jensen. The UK based label interprets itself as a canvas to be filled with greater visual output, minimalistic aesthetics and forms from artists all around the world. Each design is an artwork itself, represented mainly by Nick’s sensitive understanding of aesthetic.
Steeped in a bygone era of film grain, VHS rental stores, the Silver Screen, and Hitchcockian noir, Picture Show Skateboards exist in a world where analog pixelation meets surreal virtual landscapes. A world which could still be touched and felt and in which true mystery existed around every dark corner. Movie nostalgia at it’s best. So be kind — and please rewind.
Small Wheels, also known as sml. Wheels was created by lifelong skateboarders James Craig and Austyn Gillette, who were friends long before business partners. Small Wheels is entirely owned and operated by everyday skateboarders. It’s about keeping it fun, simple and top notch. The brand is not concerned with dominating the world, they just want to make quality wheels that skateboarders can ride with pride.
Dial Tone Wheel Co is a fresh new wheel company based in New York City that originated from the Theories of Atlantis crew. The brand captures a classic analog vibe combined with a tight, solid crew, representing different elements of the underground skate scene from the East to the West Coast. Your telephone’s operator favorite wheel brand.
Chico Stix is the latest brainchild of legendary skateboard professional Chico Brenes, who has been a huge influence in the history of skateboarding. A young hardware brand with passionate and playful graphics and wider, yet adventurous shapes — an homage to the oldschool area of the Eighties.
Nomad was created 2001 as one of the first skateboard brands from Spain. With an explicit reference to the nomadism, the brand is based on values and experiences gained through a lot of traveling, meeting foreign people and discovering new spots. Through their progress and evolution they still keep in mind that a brand is not only a logo — it reflects a way of thinking and behaving.
Created in 2000 by Cliché Skateboards founder and mastermind Jérémie Daclin. The Lyon based brand was originally created as a little sister of Cliché, but has risen from the ashes and is fully reborn now. Film Trucks are suitable on all terrain due to their unique ergonomics. Slappy approved and completely skater owned and operated.