Girl Skateboards

Girl Skateboards was established in 1993 by Rick Howard, Mike Carroll, Megan Baltimore and Spike Jonze and is Based in Torrence C.A. Formed after they and other riders from several World Industries brands wanted to leave and set up their own company. Such skaters as Guy Mariano, Jovontae Turner, Rudy Johnson, Tim Gavin, Eric Koston and Sean Sheffey left to join them. With the mix of incredible skateboarding, iconic graphics being produced by the in-house Art Dump (Andy Jenkins, Andy Mueller, Geoff McFetridge, Kevin Lyons, Evan Hecox, Hershal Baltrotsky and others) and the film making and creativity of Spike Jonze and Ty Evans. No wonder they and their sister company Chocolate went on to dominate skateboarding for over 20 years. Releasing such classic videos as Goldfish, Mouse, Yeah Right, Pretty Sweet, and now having young riders like Cory Kennedy and Sean Malto to carry the torch for them.