Vincent hails from West Covina, California, otherwise known as East LA. Growing up in East LA not only honed Vincent’s skills for skating rough spots, but it made Vincent the perfect candidate to become Dickies first pro rider. Vincent grew up around Dickies, and having him on the team just made sense. Vince has an extremely unique approach on the board, and this uniqueness is what makes him stand out amongst all the other pro’s out there today.
Stevie is Dickies’ newest pro, and is one of the most popular skateboarders out right now. With his Trunk Boyz affiliations, and his stand out part in Girl/Chocolate’s “Pretty Sweet” Movie, Stevie Perez has become a household name. This has all happened for good reason- Stevie’s skills on a skateboard are undeniable, and his smooth style is unforgettable. Growing up on the outskirts of the valley in the North Hollywood neighborhood, Stevie has been around skateboarding his whole life, and his preciseness on a board shows it.
Jon grew up in a small town in Central Florida, and started skating at the young age of five. By the time he was a teenager, Jon’s abilities were already beyond his age, and when he turned 18 he made the move to Los Angeles. In 2 short years, Jon went from virtually unknown, to having some of the most respected sponsors in the industry. Jon’s work ethic and skills make him the ideal Dickies team rider.
Ronnie grew up just a few blocks away from the infamous Channel Street Skatepark, in San Pedro, California. Channel Street is regarded as one of the hardest places to skate, and living right next to the place, it basically groomed Ronnie to become a savage on a skateboard as a very young age. At 17 years old, Ronnie’s skating is only going to get gnarlier, and the thought of that is somewhat scary.
Dan is one of the most under the radar pros out today, but anyone who has ever seen him skate in person will tell you, “He’s the best.” Dan has bounced around from Buffalo, to Atlanta, and now lives in Berkeley, California to be closer to his board sponsor, Skate Mental. Dan’s abilities are next level, and the way he does his tricks can only be described as “perfect.” Dan’s low-key attitude, and the way he lets his skating do the talking make him a perfect Dickies team rider.
Peter is the type of skateboarder that comes to mind when you think of Dickies. Riding for the legendary Anti Hero Skateboards, it was their team that basically made skating in Dickies cool. When Peter isn’t traveling you can catch a glimpse of him in his hometown of San Diego, skating Memorial Skatepark or the infamous Washington Street. To this day, Peter skates some of the heaviest terrain he can get his hands on. To see him skate in person is like nothing else.