Who owns World Industries skateboard?

Who owns World Industries skateboard?

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Type Private
Products Skateboarding equipment, clothing, shoes, accessories, videos; snowboards, outerwear, etc.
Owner INA Sports Inc. & FGL Sports Ltd.
Parent GVS America

What brand of skateboard does Rodney Mullen use?

Double Impact model skateboard
Almost, Double Impact model skateboard, custom made for Rodney Mullen which he rode during his podcast at the American History museum in August of 2012.

What kind of skateboard company is World Industries?

The company is widely known for its signature Flameboy and Wet Willy mascots. World Industries focuses on designing high quality skateboard decks and pre-assembled boards.

When did flameboy and Wet Willy leave World Industries?

In 2012 the brand saw a new era once again with the exodus of the infamous characters, Flameboy and Wet Willy. With 16 years under their belt and on the bottoms of World Industries skateboards the 2 characters left to create their own brand, Flameboy vs. Wet Willy.

Where can I buy products from World Industries?

The World Industries of today has a mission to offer skate lifestyle products while keeping in touch with it’s heritage of being a youth centered authentic brand in the skate industry. You can find multiple products from World at local skate shops, family footwear stores and beyond.

Who was the original owner of World Industries?

Established in 1987 by Steve Rocco and Rodney Mullen, World Industries was one of the first skateboard companies to be owned and operated by professional skateboarders. Rocco was at the forefront of what was happening in skateboarding in the late 80’s and early 90’s.