Levis Skateboarding

Levis Skateboarding

t’s easy to say skater but… do you have an idea about how many different kind of skaters exist? Those that listen to indie rock, those who are passionate about trap, those that lived golden age hip hop and show no sign of giving up but even those that listen to grime and also classic rock’n’roll aficionados. All of them with their own references, their own favorite skaters (knowing by heart their video parts), their own favourite board companies with an oriantation on a terrain rather than another. Read more

It’s easy to say skater but… do you have an idea about how many different kind of skaters exist? Those that listen to indie rock, those who are passionate about trap, those that lived golden age hip hop and show no sign of giving up but even those that listen to grime and also classic rock’n’roll aficionados. All of them with their own references, their own favorite skaters (knowing by heart their video parts), their own favourite board companies with an oriantation on a terrain rather than another. The outcome is that there are several different styles of dressing too, considering that the people through a complex code of communication try to interact with individuals alike and skateboarding is no exception. Levi’s Skateboarding was born in relatively recent times but the love of skaters for Levis jeans was always there. Nothing too strange if you consider that there is a common denominator called San Francisco and that Levis 501 have been made official by Ray Barbee as a “sort of street pad”. Over the decades, just to cope with a certain way to dress too “fresh”, Levi’s sees an opportunity to contextualize its brand in the skate community.  To legitimize his affiliation it supports the building of DIY spots such as that in Puerto Puenasco in Mexico but even in Detroit and Oakland up to reach also Christchurch in New Zealand. A team composed by Josh Matthews, Joey Pepper, Al Partanen, Marius Syvanen, Pat Moran and Dan Plunkett guarantees the usage on the board. Their interchange with the designers of the brand contributes to the realization of items ready to give maximum performance with resistant fabrics and stretch when needed, to guarantee mobility. We are talking about a street smart collection with no frills where close to coach jackets we can find denim shirts, flannels and fleeces beside the inevitable Levis 511 and Levis 504 denim pants together with the classic Californian pant: the chino. California by skate is closer to your style than you could ever think…  

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