Zero Skateboards

Zero Skateboard Sticker No Cash Value 2.75” x 3”


“No cash? No problem! Take home the goods with our ‘No Cash Sale’ sticker, brought to you by Zero Skateboards. ZERO burst onto the skate scene with a bang, making its mark in the iconic Toy Machine video ‘Welcome to Hell.’ From humble beginnings as a shirt brand, it swiftly transformed into a powerhouse board company, leaving its unmistakable imprint on the skateboarding world.”

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Zero Skateboard Sticker No Cash Value 2.75'' x 3'' Vancouver CanadaThis Zero skateboard sticker is ready to bring some life to any spot you ride at or any object you own. Stick them on your cat! (Don’t actually do that, poor cat) Seriously though, this sticker will change your life – forever.

Stick em up high, stick em down low! These stickers will make anything look cool! They work best on flat and dry surfaces. If you manage to peel one underwater and attach it something, let us know. If there is more than one colour shown, pray to the skate gods as we are the ones selecting it. Or that pesky Jim.

  • Stick it on dry surfaces
  • Make anything cooler
  • Makes worn out stuff look better
  • Sold as single
  • Random colour selection


Zero Skateboards

Zero Skateboards Misfits Canada Online Sales Pickup CalStreets VancouverZERO emerged in the skate scene with its bold debut in the Toy Machine video "Welcome to Hell," quickly evolving from a shirt brand to a board company. In the early '90s, when skateboarding was dominated by technical but slow tricks, ZERO, led by Jamie Thomas, introduced a raw, fearless style of skating gaps and rails with unprecedented naturalness. This shift led to a trend of black hoodies and studded belts as skaters emulated ZERO's aggressive approach. The brand, starting as a small garage operation, significantly impacted skate culture with just two videos, becoming a leading name by the millennium. Despite the rise of new brands and changes in the industry, ZERO has continued to influence the skate world, delivering impactful content 20 years after its inception.
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