Element Skateboards

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Element Skateboards
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryRetail
Founded1992
FoundersJohnny Schillereff[1][2]
Headquarters,
United States
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsSkateboards
ParentBoardriders, Inc.
Websiteelementbrand.com

Element Skateboards is an American skateboard company, founded in 1992 by Johnny Schillereff,[3] that manufactures skateboard decks, apparel, and footwear. In 2014, Element created and moved to The Branch, a creative space in Costa Mesa, California.[4]

Stores[edit]

Company stores are located in Boise, New York City, Honolulu, Orlando (Universal CityWalk), London, Montreal, Sydney, Melbourne, Madrid and Paris. The company as of 2016 no longer operates its store in Burlington, Canada.[citation needed]

Kava Vasquez holds an Element board she won in a best trick contest, flanked by Donny Barley and Loren Michelle, Pablo Ramirez's mother - 2021

Team[edit]

  • Ethan Clements
  • Bam Margera
  • Lucas Xaparral
  • Bastian Bello
  • Tarell Lee Jr T.J.
  • Raymond Meza lll
  • Tom Schaar
  • Madars Apse
  • Brian Gaberman
  • Mike Kershnar [5]
  • Ethan Loy
  • Mark Appleyard


Element Europe[edit]

  • Madars Apse
  • Michael Mackrodt
  • Guilliaume Mocquin
  • Nassim Guammaz
  • Kieran Shaw
  • Phil Zwijsen
  • Ross McGouran
  • Ruben Rodrigues[6]
  • Joshua Chapman
  • Jaakko Ojanen[7]

Element Australia[edit]

  • Bjorn Johnston
  • Corbin Harris
  • Beastman
  • Alex Lawton
  • Dennis Durrant
  • Steve Gourlay[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "After fanfare, Element Skateboards didn't stay in Boise; pizza place takes its spot". BoiseDev. November 19, 2018. Retrieved June 17, 2020.
  2. ^ "Brands: This is how Nigel Cabourn is reinterpreting Element". sportswear-international.com. Retrieved June 17, 2020.
  3. ^ "In 1992 the Element seed was planted". Element.
  4. ^ "Element founder Johnny Schillerefg brand vision branch". Transworld Business.
  5. ^ "Team|Element US". Element US. Element. August 2013. Retrieved August 25, 2013.
  6. ^ "Team". Element Europe. Element. August 2013. Retrieved August 25, 2013.
  7. ^ https://elementbrand.fr/blog/skateboarding/jaakko-ojanen-is-pro-2.html
  8. ^ "Team". Element Australia. Element. August 2013. Retrieved August 25, 2013.