The year is 1998 and after mainstream media deemed that skateboarding was “Dead” at the end of the 70’s, Power Distribution founder, Nick ‘Zorlac’ Orecchio, fought back. Playing on this statement from the media, Death Skateboards arose from London, pursuing their own view of skateboarding and not the current fashion or trends.
Death doesn’t aim to please everyone but holds true to its core values and remains loyal to skateboarding. The ‘Skull and Crossbones’ runs parallel to British skating culture and is found on a majority of their hardware. The brand takes pride in producing high quality products, but at a fair price. Death offers skate hardware, clothing and accessories.