We just released two new “Signature” Tees and a light-weight hoodie to our apparel collection. The “Signature” tees include Chema Cardenas’ and Alex Steadman’s very own signature graphics. These tees are made with high-quality materials, ultra comfortable, and directly supports the riders. The new light-weight hoodie comes in a fashion fit style, featuring a PROTO patch on the chest and graphic on the back. This hoodie, without a doubt, is the most comfortable hoodie you’ve ever worn, and with the light-weight style you’ll probably never take it off!

Proto clothing fall 2015


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We were first introduced to David out in Philadelphia while riding with the Basic Bunch crew although he actually hails from Northern California. He was a quiet kid at the time but you could tell there was a deep and loud dedication to his riding. Throwing himself across some of the gnarliest spots, hitting some of the biggest handrails and dropping down some deathly gaps; he’s been on a rampage ever since. We’re stoked to have him as part of the team!

Follow David Coe on Instagram: @davidlcoe


In light of acquiring the TGE rig, we decided to drive it to the Texas Street Jam for it’s maiden voyage. Nothing went according to plan, what started as a scooter road trip turned into a wild western adventure. Here’s what we captured along our journey.

Featuring riders from TGE Distribution – PROTO Scooters, Hella Grip, River Wheel Co and Vex Brand, plus a few homies just down for a road trip, including: Chema Cardenas, Zack Martin, Alex Steadman, Andrew Broussard, Matt McKeen, Cameron Poe, Gerardo Gonzalez, Jack Colston, Stefan Hefner, Josh Young, Logan Fuller, & Cole Ginter.

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Filmed By Josh Young
Edited By Matt McKeen
Additional Filming by the rest of the TGE Crew


Matt has been a friend and supporter of the PROTO brand for some years now so it was only natural, after many changes this past year, for one of the greatest riders in the industry to team up with one of the greatest companies in the industry. It is our great pleasure to welcome Matt Mckeen to the PROTO team.

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Matt McKeen Welcome To The Team

Matt McKeen Welcome to Proto


We are proud to announce the newest edition to our Signature Part lineup: The Chema Cardenas “Five Elements” Signature 4″ Full Knuckle PROTO SCS. Chema’s SCS is created out of high grade 6061-T6 aluminum, anodized, and then shot with laser beams. Chema’s personal custom design reflects the balances of the universe, and incorporates his own handwritten text. Support Chema’s dedication and passion for killing it by picking up his “Five Elements” Signature SCS, and “Ouroboros” Signature Gripper.

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After the Armageddon of 2012, PROTO experienced casualties. In our never ending search for adaptation, innovation and growth we began flowing a select group of riders (FLOWTO) to fill the shoes of those who came before them. This “intermission” between our last and our next full length film is here to showcase some of our finest PROTO prospects. Individual welcome edits will be slowly dropping over the next few months from these guys, so wish them luck and tell us what you think!

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Video features the following FLOWTO riders:
David Coe
Parrish Isaacs
Andy Koke
Ian Herncjar
Gerardo Gonzalez
Kirk Svensson
Cameron Poe
Jake Sorensen


The NEW PROTO reTro Lites v2 comes in at two inches wider and longer than its predecessor, giving riders that extra height and width to accommodate today’s style of riding. The new dimensions are 22″ x 26″ and, as always, the reTro Lites v2’s are 4130 Chromoly, heat treated, tig welded, laser cut, and made in California.

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Proto Retro Lites V2


Zack Martin has compiled the last of his footage, without a PROTO deck, since the release of his part in the Freestyle Depot full length, “Fun N Eazy”. The next time you see a full-length part from Zack will be in the new PROTO full-length video repping his new PROTO deck!

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Jackson Manzie was the newest member of the PROTO team in 2012 for the Armageddon film. He was also our first international rider hailing from Sydney, Australia. Unfortunately, spinal problems kept him from completing filming for the video and he has since been in a lengthy recovery process. We hope one day to see him shred again but until then he is in our prayers while we reminisce on his B-sides. #prayformanzie #getwellsoon

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Not all footy makes the cut, and not every trick gets nailed first try. Watch BK create his Armageddon 2012 part, clip by clip, it its entirety.

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