Jerry Madrid began shaping skateboards in his parents’ garage in the late 1960s to stay busy and over time, helped to shape the market to what it is today. After developing some of the first modern concaves to hit the market, Madrid produced a series of iconic collaborations throughout the ’80s, including the Madrid x Valterra Skateboard ridden by Marty McFly in the original “Back to the Future” movie, and the first co-branded skate shoe from Vans the Vans x Madrid Fly Shoe.
Most recently, Madrid was featured in the popular Netflix television series “Stranger Things 2”. Today, they’re still turning out skateboards from their Huntington Beach factory with the belief that boards should be crafted to perfection and guaranteed to perform. The Madrid range offers a variety of shapes and styles to meet skater demand. Explore their range and learn more about their roots at their official site!