Brands

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  • Aquapack
  • B3

    B3

    B3 Watersports is a Company based in tarifa – Cádiz, Spain, that works since 1993 to offer to his customers the best kitesurf, windsurf, surf, wakeboard and SUP products. Our ages of experience and dedication allow us to offer a good quality service and the latest products of the market.

  • Bakoda
  • Bic

    Bic

  • Chinook
  • Dakine

    Dakine

    Founded in Hawaii in 1979 and located at the base of Mt. Hood in Hood River, Oregon, Dakine builds backpacks, travel bags, accessories, outerwear and clothing for people who love to surf, snowboard, skateboard, mountain bike, ski, windsurf, kiteboard and travel.

  • Drake
  • Dynafiber
  • Epic
  • Exo

    Exo

  • F-One

    F-One

    We are all riders, and we all want to be using the best gear.

    Everything we create is developed in-house, from the very first ideas to the designs and prototypes right up to the finished product in your hands. We have an incredible team of designers and testers who help us achieve what we do. F-ONE not only innovates; we are also always patenting our ideas to protect our intellectual property and to ensure other brands can’t copy the direction we are headed.

  • Fiberspar
  • Free Surf
  • FULL TILT

    FULL TILT

    Inspired by over two decades of consumer demand, Full Tilt was founded in 2006 with a mission to bring back to life the ski industry's ORIGINAL 3-PIECE ski boot design. With honor, FT continues to produce & improve upon this legendary design sought-after by the best athletes in the world, who choose FT for the same reason as the every day skier . . . COMFORT IS PERFORMANCE.

  • Gaastra

    Gaastra

    Our philosophy has always been to provide functional equipment of the highest quality. Gaastra was first established in 1897, since then progression always has and always will be our greatest addiction.

    In windsurfing Gaastra has been a renowned market leader since 1980 with incredible records on and off the water. Some of the biggest names in the sport including Robby Naish, Pete Cabrinha, Pascal Maka, Robert Teriitehau, the Pritchard Brothers and many more have taken the sport of windsurfing to new levels while part of Team Gaastra.

    In 2001 Gaastra was also one of the first brands to enter the Kitesurfing market and we have been a market leader ever since. We have been working hard with our team to push the limits of these sports on and off the water delivering world class equipment for everyone from beginners to future champions. Our team of riders and designers behind both our kitesurfing and windsurfing brands continue to push the limits, take home new titles and create great gear for our customers.

    To take our brand into the coming decades our old Gaastra Logo has been updated. We will not forget everything that was done before, but with a new “GA” logo we pay tribute to our deep roots and a rich history of innovation and success in water sports while paving the way to a bright future.

    If you haven’t experienced the pleasure of a Gaastra product in your hands, there is no better time than now and if car is stacked with Gaastra gear thank you for the support and stay tuned for the next great Gaastra Innovations.

  • Gath

    Gath

    GATH’S IMPRESSIVE safety record since 1988 speaks for itself. If you want the lightest, best fitting helmet available that is built to last, and offers a practical balance between impact protection and excellent performance then do what the world’s best do, CHOOSE GATH.

    Over the years GATH has built a solid reputation for developing a range of innovative WORLD LEADING sports helmets that perform to outstanding levels in the most extreme sports situations and weather conditions. Gath helmets are quality value for money products, in fact many of the original GATH helmets are still in use after more than a decade, way past their intended use by date. For 20 years GATH has been receiving feedback from thankful customers stating their GATH has saved them from serious head injury, even saved their life.

    Today the team at Gath are passionate at producing the best possible product quality and customer service. Gath continues to fund innovation and work closely with top sports people and professional personnel to develop more unique world class products.

  • Gibbon
  • Gul

    Gul

    For 50 years Gul has been at the forefront of watersports technical development and remains the largest UK based performance Apparel Company.Since the beginning in 1967, the philosophy has been simple-to-make the best product possible and support you at every level.It was in the early sixties that Dennis Cross, a man with a passion for surfing, decided that enough was enough. Although he loved surfing, the waters of the Atlantic were too cold, especially in winter! He, therefore, set about designing the first purpose built wetsuit for surfers.Dennis began designing and making the first wetsuit, this first model consisted of two pieces, a jacket with a beaver tail and separate trousers. This first wetsuit is rumored to have been made in the back of his split screen camper at Fistral Beach in Newquay, Cornwall. From this humble beginning, the Gul brand was born.By the early 70’s, Gul had created the ground breaking one-piece wetsuit, which was named ‘The Steamer’ due to the steam that came from your wetsuit when removing it on cold days! The term ‘Steamer’ is still used to this day to describe a full-length wetsuit.

  • Ice Tools

    Ice Tools

    We can´t control the nature. Which basically is the charm for all of us to enjoy to be out there. The permanent call of security in our self and the need for safety will push us to leave the comfort zone. But precisely this rejection causes this desire in our subconscious to escape from the daily. A bit of uncertainty and the freedom drives us to go out and charge our batteries to go ahead.

    We are here in Bavaria, at the foot of the Alps and each of us shares the same passion, which is the basis of all developments at Icetools. We all love the adventure, the snow, the mountains, the uncertain, the uncontrolled nature. Our products, especially our line of protectors, have been thoroughly tested, improved and constantly challenged by us.

    Have fun outside!

  • Indo Board
  • Kudo
  • Lib Tech
  • LINE

    LINE

    We’ve taken strides to surround ourselves with the right people. The freaks and weirdos, the misfit toys. The skiers ahead of their time, and the ones that don’t fit on linear, digestible planes. Why? Because the mainstream zeitgeist is boring. We’re looking for scrappy; the people that are a little rough around the edges, the freaks on the fringe. Because that’s where innovation happens. We draw inspiration from the folks pushing skiing in a different direction. It might seem like the wrong way, but it’s a defining philosophy that has led us to X Games Podiums, at the heart of the most memorable ski segments, and even to create some of the most exciting skis to date. It may not fit, it might seem a bit odd, and it might seem wrong. But breaking the rules is fun, and we’ve always enjoyed skiing the wrong way.

  • Manera
  • Mango

    Mango

    Since 1982
    The short experience had in the motorbike helmet industry gave its results and on February 1982 was constituted our company. In less than a decade we had the basis needed to start projecting and realizing in complete autonomy our own products with Mango brand, that settled trend and made history in helmet industry for bike, ski, climbing and other sport disciplines: Safety, Quality, Design

    In these tree words it’s focused the Mango team philosophy, to give our best in order to develop our products through the best technologies applied to research of innovative materials and solutions, preserving the real MADE IN ITALY.

    Looking back in our history and seeing the innovations and anticipations the Mango team projected and proposed to customers, is the concrete proof that our project is forceful and efficient and it also shows how our passion for our work grew with us over the years.

  • Marlow

    Marlow

    At Marlow Ropes we are always looking to the future with innovation and development However, we never forget our rich and proud heritage and whilst the name Marlow Ropes was originally used as recently as 1957, the story of the Company and the intertwined history of rope making in Hailsham goes back over 200 years.

  • Naish
  • Northwave
  • NSP

    NSP

    NSP was born in 2001 from the vision of Bruce “Buzz” Hansen, a life-long surfer, skater and all round waterman.

    While working on Maui as a custom surfboard builder, Buzz had an epiphany about producing affordable, versatile, durable and great performing surfboards. Buzz correctly realized there were everyday surfers who needed an affordable board that performed in Hawaii, yet they didn’t require “custom” or specialized competition or extreme surf boards.

    His dream was a utilitarian surfboard that could ride in the back of a pick-up truck to the beach, be left in the sun all-day or loaned to a friend without fear of damage – of course it had to surf well enough to be given to his long-time surfing buddies, neighbors and friends.

    The quest began, so Buzz summoned his friends working for a leading composites manufacturer with the goal to create a light, very durable surf board at highly competitive prices. Working together they introduced a new epoxy technology that would go on to revolutionize the industry and quite possibly recreational surfing. Weekend and occasional surfers no longer had to rely on the ill- performing “foamies” or be relegated to the used board market.

    The code name during development was “New Surf Project”. Somehow the name stuck and “NSP” was established. The word “New” reflected the brands identity, using innovative technologies that were new to the market and a new way of thinking about the surf industry. Today we continue to use the word New to challenge us each and every year to produce more performance shapes, eye-appealing graphics and boards that intermediate to entry level surfers can be proud to ride!

    NSP began selling in Hawaii and Australia in 2002 with immediate success, making surfing more accessible. In 2007 NSP was one of the first brands to produce SUPs based on the brand’s original concept of performance and value.

    Today, NSP is one of the world’s largest brands in recreational surfing and stand-up paddle boards. Everyday new enthusiasts, young and old, go out and introduce their friends and family to the freedom of the sport and the brand.

    Since 2013 NSP has produced some of the fastest SUP race boards on the planet, quickly racking up some of the most sought after and prestigious titles with the help of national and international athletes.

    In almost 20 years, with hundreds of thousands of boards produced, our core values remain the same. NSP stays true to the vision of creating great performing, affordable, durable surf and paddle boards that allow everyone to catch more waves

  • Quiksilver
  • Rad

    Rad

  • Radical
  • Restube

    Restube

    THE STORY is simple:

    A couple of years ago a member of our team experienced a critical situation in the water. Since then we want water sport to be safer for our friends and us. As students of mechanical engineering we developed the first prototypes of this safety product for any water activities. RESTUBE was born.

  • Ride

    Ride

    Founded in Redmond, WA. in late 1992, RIDE hit the market with only four board models and a vision - to create a snowboard company "for the people" built upon technical innovation, superior quality and "selling the dream." With a team of top pro and up-and-coming riders, a strong product line, a zealous ad campaign and quite a bit of hard work, the first few years were a success.

    In order to meet the growing demand of snowboard and skateboard-influenced clothing, in 1994, Ride launched an outerwear and streetwear line under the brand name Cappel Clothing. Today, this line has evolved into a far more technical outerwear line, providing a phenomenal fusion of street fashion and snowboard function known today as Ride Snowboards Outerwear. The Cappel series has since made its triumphant return in the 05/06 collection of Ride Outerwear.

    Shortly after relocating to Preston, Washington in 1995, RIDE launched the Preston brand of snowboard bindings. RIDE's proprietary technology made Preston Bindings one of the best-known binding names in the industry. Eventually incorporating the Preston name into the RIDE line, today RIDE Bindings are the market share leader in aluminum bindings and continually lead the charge of lightweight durability, mobility and response.

    In conjunction with the Preston brand, the snowboard boot category for RIDE also planted its roots in 1995. From fairly meager beginnings, the RIDE Boot program has grown into its own and has become an award-winning collection. Today, with revolutionary design features such as our In2grated Construction with Body Active Intuition Liners, RIDE boots are the lightest weight, shortest-length performance boots on the market, hands down.

    Also in 1995, Ride acquired the most respected snowboard manufacturer in the world, Thermal Snowboards Inc. of Corona, California. Later known as Ride Manufacturing, the facility used state-of-the-art computer technology, aerospace engineering, aircraft-grade tooling and other leading-edge techniques to design, test and manufacture the most advanced snowboards on the market. Today, Ride Manufacturing has expanded into a new facility in Asia, doubling its manufacturing space and equipment arsenal. Ride’s snowboard program continues to design industry-leading snowboards utilizing its Thermal Construction Technology process and which feature unique performance innovations like Cleave Edge™, Slimewalls® and Carbon Array power distribution. Taking tech's to the next level, Ride now incorporates additional "innoventive" technologies such as Membrain™ topsheets, Pop Rods™ and Pop Stixs™.

    Recently relocating to Seattle, WA., RIDE has never strayed from our original goal of technical innovation, superior quality and "selling the dream," and continues to maintain its distinctive brand identity within the snowboarding market. For RIDE, it's not about being the biggest ... it's about being the best at what we do and truly becoming a great snowboard company "for the people." Through the passion and dedication of all of RIDE’s employees and global affiliates, RIDE has firmly established itself as a snowboard industry leader.

  • Roxy
  • RST

    RST

  • SeaSpecs
  • SEAWAG
  • Select
  • Semente

    Semente

    Back in 1982 Portugal was the surfers dream and Ericeira was the mystical surf trip for all surfers due to quality and rawness of the surf. At the time Nick Uricchio and Miguel Katzenstein created Semente Surfboards the choice of where to set up shop was simple, where is the best surf? Ericeira more to the point right on top of one of the best right handers in Europe, Coxos. Surfing was the driving force behind the partners in the beginning and the passion for surfboard design and construction. The name Semente meaning seed in English was chosen and represented the base of a project that would grow and flourish in the future.

  • Sex Wax
  • SHRED

    SHRED

    «Shred and Slytech began with a friendship and a shared commitment to enhancing our time in the mountains. And through the years, we’ve remained true to these roots.

    I first met Carlo in the winter of 2005. When not working as a materials engineer, he raced for fun and tapped his extensive experience with carbon fiber to develop his own ski equipment. As someone who constantly tinkered with his own gear, I was intrigued by Carlo’s work. Consequently, we quickly became friends and began collaborating on prototypes. Soon, some of the best skiers in the world began sporting his shinguards. And within a year of working together, I was able to take these products to the top of the Olympic podium. From this momentum and thirst for innovation, Slytech Protection was born.

    Immediately, we began turning heads. Yet our vision transcended the race course. I was part of a new generation of skiers who raced but didn’t wish to be defined or constrained by it. We loved hitting the park, slashing pow turns, and hucking cliffs. Like many of my friends, I was just as influenced by freeskiing and snowboarding as I was by racing. Consequently, Carlo and I aimed to embrace and unite all snowsports. At the time, this approach was as unique as it was raw.

    In the fall of 2006, we debuted Shred Optics. As with Slytech, our plans were simple. We wanted to develop products that looked as good as they performed—and not just on the race course, but also in the park and backcountry. Our inaugural collection consisted of a single goggle frame, available in a healthy dose of neon. Iconic, original, loud—whatever you called them, our goggles were visible from across the valley. About this same time, we also launched the first soft back protector with Slytech, which was soon worn by top freeskiers, snowboarders, and racers.

    With hustle and grit, we worked to further refine our vision for Shred and Slytech. When not slaving away over R&D inside a garage, Carlo hijacked a corner of his father’s office in Venice, Italy for our global headquarters. Meanwhile, we ran our US operations out of my attic in Park City, enlisting our friends as sales reps. We didn’t have a business plan, but we had plenty of ambition.

    Today, we have a few more products to our name, but our commitment to innovation is stronger than ever. Whether developing helmets, back protectors, sunglasses, or goggles, we’re pioneering fresh technology and emerging as a market leader—while proudly maintaining our status as underdogs. By blending performance and style, Slytech and Shred help you have fun, stay safe, and push your limits. And ten years in, we’re still building the products of our dreams.»

  • SIDE ON

    SIDE ON

    SIDE ON WATERSPORTS IS SPECIALIZED ON WATER SPORTS LIKE : WINDSURF - KITESURF - STAND UP PADDLE (SUP) - SNOWKITE - MOUNTAIN BOARDS

  • SKS

    SKS

  • Skywatch
  • Slytech

    Slytech

    «Shred and Slytech began with a friendship and a shared commitment to enhancing our time in the mountains. And through the years, we’ve remained true to these roots.

    I first met Carlo in the winter of 2005. When not working as a materials engineer, he raced for fun and tapped his extensive experience with carbon fiber to develop his own ski equipment. As someone who constantly tinkered with his own gear, I was intrigued by Carlo’s work. Consequently, we quickly became friends and began collaborating on prototypes. Soon, some of the best skiers in the world began sporting his shinguards. And within a year of working together, I was able to take these products to the top of the Olympic podium. From this momentum and thirst for innovation, Slytech Protection was born.

    Immediately, we began turning heads. Yet our vision transcended the race course. I was part of a new generation of skiers who raced but didn’t wish to be defined or constrained by it. We loved hitting the park, slashing pow turns, and hucking cliffs. Like many of my friends, I was just as influenced by freeskiing and snowboarding as I was by racing. Consequently, Carlo and I aimed to embrace and unite all snowsports. At the time, this approach was as unique as it was raw.

    In the fall of 2006, we debuted Shred Optics. As with Slytech, our plans were simple. We wanted to develop products that looked as good as they performed—and not just on the race course, but also in the park and backcountry. Our inaugural collection consisted of a single goggle frame, available in a healthy dose of neon. Iconic, original, loud—whatever you called them, our goggles were visible from across the valley. About this same time, we also launched the first soft back protector with Slytech, which was soon worn by top freeskiers, snowboarders, and racers.

    With hustle and grit, we worked to further refine our vision for Shred and Slytech. When not slaving away over R&D inside a garage, Carlo hijacked a corner of his father’s office in Venice, Italy for our global headquarters. Meanwhile, we ran our US operations out of my attic in Park City, enlisting our friends as sales reps. We didn’t have a business plan, but we had plenty of ambition.

    Today, we have a few more products to our name, but our commitment to innovation is stronger than ever. Whether developing helmets, back protectors, sunglasses, or goggles, we’re pioneering fresh technology and emerging as a market leader—while proudly maintaining our status as underdogs. By blending performance and style, Slytech and Shred help you have fun, stay safe, and push your limits. And ten years in, we’re still building the products of our dreams.»

  • Streamlined

    Streamlined

    Streamlined Windsurfing was established in 1982 by David Dominy to design and produce high performance windsurfing components. Back then Dave’s first design was the first, the original, ‘Tendon’ universal joint. This design has become the industry standard throughout the world and is arguably the most imitated design in all of windsurfing.

    To this day our own ‘Streamlined Tendon’ joint has proven over the years to be strongest and best performing of them all. After the ‘Tendon’ joint came our popular ‘Quick-six’ downhaul system. Then the all alloy, ‘Super-lite’ extensions, and then, the incredible and innovative “Dyneema Boom Head”.

    As you get to know Streamlined and our designs you will see performance is our top priority, second only to durability. Further, our manufacturing quality is well known, guaranteeing you can’t get more for your money. Our ultimate goal is to enhance your windsurfing experience.

    ‘Ride hard, ride Streamlined’!

  • Tabou

    Tabou

    Founded 1991 in France by Fabien Vollenweider. Fabien is famous for producing incredible performance windsurfing boards. He has been shaping for over 20 years and is a shareholder of the brand. He lives for windsurfing and is extremely passionate about creating leading edge designs that impress all riders. He works closely with top international team riders and is known for making the best boards on the planet! Performance, ease of use in any conditions you can find.

  • Tuna Fish
  • UFO

    UFO

    "Do you believe that aliens exist?"

    The question remains more current than ever, but as far as I'm concerned there has been proof of their presence for at least 40 years, that is from when I resolved to create Ufo Plast. The journey began in the lands of Tuscany, where I was born and where, together with my brother, I tried to bring to life fantastical ideas in a small workshop. Hours and hours, even entire nights spent casting, printing, polishing and swearing, like any down-to-earth Tuscan who never gives up, just as those who know me are all too aware of. Maximum dedication to propose items unfamiliar to the market but which in a short time became essentials and the pride of off-road sportsmen.

    All this happened a long time ago and achieved results have been a source of enormous satisfaction. However I do not feel as thanks to new technologies. Also thanks especially to a passionate team which I have seen grow and remain united, brilliantly facing the challenges which the market imposes upon leaders of the sector. This extraordinary determination which I have tried to apply to every project and encourage in every single one of my collaborators, has also been nurtured by the unique emotions of world level victories, by the historic names of pilots involved with Ufo Plast and who shall remain protagonists of Motocross and Enduro forever.

    Today the greatest satisfaction is that we continue to supply high quality products to young pilots who must grow, just like the most demanding professionals. A special thank you goes to all those who have chosen and continuous commitment to the production of items for your endeavours is an expression of our gratitude for your approval.

    Thank you with all my heart!
    Vito Consoloni

  • Venue
  • Wipika
  • XGX

    XGX