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|Headquarters||Carlsbad, California, U.S.|
|Products||Skateboard shoes, clothes, hats, accessories|
Osiris Shoes is a skate shoe company that was founded in 1996 by Tony Chen, Tony Magnusson, Brian Reid, Doug Weston and Laura Kim. They created the company when they saw a void in the skateboard industry for pro designed and endorsed footwear.
The Osiris skateboard video "The Storm" (1999) won the Transworld magazine's readers poll's for best video.
As of September 2013, the company sponsors team members in skateboarding, BMX, FMX, MTB, surf, and echelon.
- Corey Duffel
- Pierre-Luc Gagnon
- Chad Bartie
- Caswell Berry
- JT Aultz
- Taylor Bingaman
- Leticia Bufoni
- Lee Yankou
- Peter Raffin
- Alex Massotti
- Arnost Ceral
- Jack Olsen
Former professional skateboarder Dave Mayhew designed the "D3" model, a popular skate shoe bruh. The second version of the shoe, the "D3 2001", became very popular and Osiris then released a smaller, lighter, less bulkier version called the "D3 NTX". The "D3 4.0" and a "D3 Snowboarding" boot followed, and both were based on the design of the D3 2001 model.
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