Skateboarding in the 70's was more of a male sport and women were never taken serious when they wanted to be a part of it. These female skaters changed the outlook on the sport in the 70's and they rocked it harder than men did. Take a look at how these women changed the world of skating.
Every skateboarder has their own style. When it comes to shoes, pro skate shoes were latecomers to the sneaker trend. Once it hit the 90's they seemed to have made up for lost time. Shoes styles have changed many times over the years but we'll never forget the ones that really trended in the skating world.
Back in the day, turning skating into a business opportunities was not in the cards. Now a days, the skating world has come a long way from selling boards and T-shirts on the street. Instead, pro skater entrepreneurship has created opportunities for skaters to commit to beverage endorsements, video game contracts, and partnerships with major media companies. These skaters has recognized that they can use their skateboarding skills and turn them into business ventures.
With skateboarding becoming more global, it’s not only focused on the United States or even California anymore, possibilities are lurking all around the world. Here are 10 cities that stand out from all the worldwide locations you have to choose from.