Osiris Shoes

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Osiris Shoes
IndustrySkateboarding Footwear
HeadquartersOceanside, California
ProductsSkateboard shoes, clothes, hats, accessories
ParentMeios Inc


Osiris NYC 83 shoes

The Osiris skateboard video "The Storm" (1999) won the Transworld magazine's readers poll's for best video.[citation needed]

A pair of Osiris D3 2001 shoes


As of October 2014, the company sponsors team members in skateboarding, BMX, surf, and echelon.

Osiris D3[edit]

Brian Reid Co. founder of the OSIRIS designed the D3 and D3 2001 with his business partner TONY MAGNUSSON. Brian and Dave Mayhew went shopping after Dave missed a meeting and wanted to endorse a shoe called the GURU. They bought a few shoes some athletic and one hiking boot. This is where the famous large looks were inspired by. Former professional skateboarder Dave Mayhew endorsed the "D3" model, a popular skate shoe.[1] 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.


  1. ^ 15 Things You Didn't Know About Skate Shoes, Salo, Adam, Skateboarder Magazine. Retrieved on 2006-12-5

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