Website: flipskateboards.com In 1994, skateboarding experienced its own British invasion when Geoff Rowley and Jeremy Fox brought Flip to the world. With an impressive roster of riders, which included Rowley, Tom Penny, Rune Glifberg, and Andy Scott, Flip made an immediate splash on US soil. Over the next few years, Flip added future legends, Arto Saari, Mark Appleyard, PJ Ladd, and Bob Burnquist to their roster and cemented themselves as one of skateboarding's best global ambassadors. In 2002, Flip released their first full-length team video, Sorry, which featured the team's quintessential mix of technical prowess and straight-up, massive hammers. It was followed up with 2003's Really Sorry and 2009's Extremely Sorry, which earned the TWS Best Video and Best Team awards that year. The 2016 Flip team now includes heavy-hitters Curren Caples, Luan Oliviera, and Alec Majerus, and continues to be a powerhouse of international skateboarding progression.