Vision Street Wear

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Vision Street Wear is an American footwear company which was founded by Brad Dorfman[1] and is now licensed by Collective Licensing International. According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office "USPTO.GOV" the word mark "Vision Street Wear" was first used in Commerce on April 18, 1986. See Trademark Registration # 1506002.

Vision Sports also made skateboards and skateboarding apparel and gained notability by sponsoring and manufacturing signature skateboards for pro skaters Mark Gonzales and Mark "Gator" Rogowski. Besides those models, among Vision's more iconic boards was the "PsychoStick" line, which have remained in production for over twenty-five years and was designed by Los Angeles-based artist Andy Takakjian, who had earlier created their Mark Gonzales "PRO Model."

Seen in the movie The Wizard, Fred Savage and co-star Luke Edwards wear Vision shirts throughout the movie.

Vision Street Wear can also be seen in the music videos for "Free Fallin'" by Tom Petty and "Unbelievable" by EMF which were released in 1989 and 1990 respectively.

Recently Vision Street Wear UK has started reissuing the old Vision Street Wear flame in the UK, along with retailers such as ASOS, Topman, Topshop, and others.


  1. ^ Feineman, Neil (4 October 1989). "Fashion : Skateboard Is Ticket From Sporty Rags to Corporate Riches". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 23 July 2015. 

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