Dogtown Skateboards

Dogtown Embroidered Patch Wings


Dogtown didn’t only bring back their skateboards, they also re-released tons of their classic accessories. From patches to pins, this stuff is as rad as it ever was! The Dogtown Embroidered Patch Wings being a fine example of said accessories.

From the early days of skateboarding Dogtown has been supplying skaters with some of raddest gear on the scene, hands down. Clean, classic designs have kept the Dogtown aesthetic alive until today.

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Dogtown Embroidered Patch WingsWith the return of Dogtown skateboards also comes the return of their freaking amazing accessories! The Dogtown Embroidered Patch Wings is a perfect example of that. Keeping with the tradition graphic style, this patch is sure to add a wack of nostalgia/OG-goodness to whatever it is attached to.

From the dog days in the early 70s, Dogtown has been at the epicenter for the progression of skateboarding. Born in Santa Monica California, perhaps one of the most celebrated brands after the release of the Dogtown and Z-Boys documentary, this is one forgotten slum by the sea that came in like a tidal wave.

With the traditional skate style at the time not appealing to the daring surfers, the boys brought the surf
to the street. This aggressive approach
brought a whole new wave of style that
would ignite a whole new generation.

  • 4″ wide
  • Vibrant orange and yellow colourway
  • Classic Dogtown logo, with wings!
  • Sew it onto your favourite gear
  • Bring meaning to your life

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Dogtown Skateboards Canada for Sale - Pickup VancouverDogtown Skateboards “Our only Crime is Being Original” Dogtown, as a concept, has existed since the early 1970’s. It was the birthplace of progressive skateboarding, Santa Monica/Venice, California. In the celebrated documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys, Santa Monica/Venice was a forgotten slum by the sea.
Out of the wreckage of Abbot Kinney’s dream town gone bad, roamed young surfers searching for outlets after the surf got blown out. They found it through an aggressive approach to skateboarding never seen before. Jim Muir, the founder of Dogtown Skateboards, was one of these kids. For 38 years Dogtown Skateboards has been synonymous with hardcore skateboarding.
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Additional information

Weight 4 kg
Dimensions 36 × 12 × 3 cm