If Isle Skateboards makes you think of an island paradise, you should take a closer look at this brand. This brand, focused primarily on decks and textiles, rather originates from the British Isles, which essentially have nothing to do with anything tropical. Behind Isle Skateboards are Nick Jensen and Paul Shier,
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If Isle Skateboards makes you think of an island paradise, you should take a closer look at this brand. This brand, focused primarily on decks and textiles, rather originates from the British Isles, which essentially have nothing to do with anything tropical. Behind Isle Skateboards are Nick Jensen and Paul Shier, two pillars of the UK stake scene.
The story behind Isle Skateboards and their products
The initial spark for the brand came with the demise of Blueprint skateboards. Both Jensen and Shier had skated for Blueprint for a long time and decided it was time to create a company based on their own ideas. A lot of care is devoted to producing the well thought-out graphics with a lot of attention to detail. Nick Jensen, in particular, gives the designs and the company a special touch with his artistic background. In the video, you can see all the ideas and processes that go into designing a deck at Isle Skateboards.
When it comes to streetwear, the guys from the UK rely on established classics. Next to decks, you'll find Isle Skateboards 6 panel caps, hoodies, T-shirts and long sleeves in the Isle Skateboards brand shop at skatedeluxe. The attention to detail here does not go unnoticed.
The Isle Skateboards Team & Acclaim for “Vase”
In addition to sophisticated designs, the Isle team is another matter they really take to heart. With names like Tom Knox and Sylvain Tognelli show that, in addition to a certain skill set, you also need a whole lot of style to sign to Isle Skateboards. Here, the company sticks to its roots and relies mostly on British riders. Accordingly, the riders - preferably with filmmaker, Jacob Harris – can be found skateing around London and the surrounding areas. The rough spots create a really unique atmosphere in their videos.
You can marvel at the entire team, among other things in the 2015 team video, "Vase". The hard work they put into this video came to fruition at the 2016 Bright European Skateboard Awards. The guys from Isle really cleaned up, winning four awards for “Brand of the Year”, “Video Part of the Year”, “Video of the Year” and “Videographer of the Year”. So it’s about high time you try out an Isle Skateboards deck.