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Bisous Skateboards was born in 2017 in Montpellier, France by Théo Monelli and Laurent Pastor. It was in 2017, following their participation in the Man show in Paris, that the two partners decided to launch their clothing brand. At the time, Théo Monelli knew the fashion and skate culture sector. Indeed, he worked as a manager and buyer of the people's rag store in Montpellier. As for Laurent Pastor, he comes from the music business.

Bisous Skateboards is Born.

Known for its inspiration from the skateboard cultures of the 80s and 90s, the label offers a wide range of clothing in tribute to those years. So we find tee shirts, hoodie, sweatshirts, shorts, crewneck, Black / Pink or Black / Yellow socks. All for a very good value for money for clothing and accessories produced in France. You can find on our shop the gold bisous x3 tee shirts 100% cotton, or the Crewneck cap d'agde Navy, as well as the bisous x3 socks. The label has known, and continues, to develop through an assertive and colorful identity. This is evidenced by the messages they put on their clothes such as "date me please" on the cotton tee shirts. As well as a community of riders proudly wearing the colors and accessories of the label.

On the occasion of the Euro 2020, the brand collaborated with the trio of the Bordeaux label Rave, in order to release a capsule of clothing and skateboard accessories. The community of riders of both brands were thus able to indulge in original clothing.

The Future of the Bisous Skateboards Brand

Today, Bisous Skateboards has already received visits from Japanese, Korean, English and Russian buyers. Hinting at an opening of the label in the fashion sector outside of France. Nevertheless, you can find a whole range of clothes and accessories of the brand Bisous Skateboards in our store. For an excellent quality-price ratio for clothing and accessories produced in France.

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