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Alex Sorgente was born in South Florida, but spent a lot of his early childhood with family in Italy where he found his passion for skateboarding. At only eight-years-old he showed potential to be one of the world's dominant transition skaters after winning the Juniors Division at Quiksilver Bowlriders. Alex’s accomplishments include a long list of sponsors as well as the first-ever World Champion title of the Vans Park Series in 2016. Always down to hop on a plane to skate an obscure spot in a land faraway, Alex is an ATV that will ride any terrain, anywhere, any time.Shop Now
Brad being from Florida like us, we knew him at a young age and saw the above average skill and style he had. It wasn't long before the legendary Mark Gonzales also took notice and added him to the Krooked family, where Brad later turned pro.Shop Now
Mark is the textbook definition of legendary. He is in his own world that no one can touch. All we can do is watch from the outside and soak in the entertainment and awe. Skateboarding is lucky to have Mark and we are lucky to be alive in his era.Shop Now
California native, Theotis Beasley started his career as an am riding for Mountain Dew, Baker, and Nike in 2010. He quickly turned pro in 2011 at the 13th Annual Transworld Awards. Theo is known for his street skating ability and one of the best smiles in skateboarding. He has a fascination for luxury cars, growing his exclusive shoe collection, and hanging out with Lil Wayne and the Young Money crew.Shop Now
Shane's technical ability on a skateboard is so far above average, that he regularly gets questioned about actually being human. His video parts are mindblowing with enders that you have to rewind to fully process. That button-up with this super clean style also makes Shane one of the most elite street skateboarders of today.Shop Now
Joey is a long-time master of one of the most difficult tricks of skateboarding, the manual. By combining this trick with an infinite number of variations and combinations, Joey has earned a huge social media following and a devoted fan base. Joey learned early on that a skateboarding career needs constant attention and work to stay at the top. He created Manny Mania for long-time sponsor, Red Bull. That global contest series had a 10-plus year run, and Joey parlayed it nicely into his newest contest creation, Wheelie Dope, which happens to be supported by the company he founded and operates, Andale Bearings. When Joey isn’t filming clips to post to Instagram, you can find him hanging with his dog, Pizza the Pug, who has more followers than most pro skateboarders.Shop Now