Nat Geo & Element Skateboards Blend Nature & Urban Fashion

Jun 27, 2019

Category: Style

National Geographic has been making waves in the fashion industry as of late, thanks, in large part, to a handful of prolific collaborations and partnerships. In their most recent endeavor, National Geographic has joined forces with Element Skateboards for a bombastic collection revolving around nature, elusive species, and cultural impact.

The Nat Geo x Element Skateboards Nature Collection provides buyers with a comprehensive collection of skate accessories and apparel, dressed from head to toe in beautiful artwork, photography, and motifs. A wide range of wildlife, from snakes, eagles, sharks, lynx, and lions, adorn the signature decks of Element’s star-studded team roster — referencing the likes of Greyson Fletcher, Nyjah Huston, Julian Davidson, Evan Smith, Brandon Westgate, Madars Apse, and Tom Schaar. The collection offers everything from shirts and sweaters, to skateboard wheels and decks. With the sale of each item, National Geographic has also pledged to donate a portion of the proceeds to help support children in skateboarding camps, alongside its own work in science, conservation, and education. The visually-stimulating collection is available now on Element’s website.

Purchase: $11+

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