In 2005, Diamond Supply Co hit the footwear market with a blaze after their special colorway with Nike hit the shelves. Now the street wear company is back again pushing their own line of footwear specialized for skateboarding and lifestyle wear. The California based brand, started in 1998 by Nick Tershay AKA Nicky Diamond, began manufacturing skate hardware and has since gained worldwide recognition through their cutting edge shirt designs and mass appeal to various hip hop stars including Lil Wayne and Tyler the Creator.

Launching in 2016, Diamond Footwear started with a heavy team roster with skaters like Brandon Biebel, Torey Pudwill, and our very own Jamie Foy. A team that stacked is sure enough to move the brand forward. Just check out Torey’s latest part produced by Red Bull

We’re please to announce that we’re now carrying Diamond Footwear. Scroll below for the breakdown:

The Torey


Diamond Footwear The Torey WHITE

Continuing the popular minimal aesthetic look, Diamond Footwear’s first signature pro shoe features a suede upper with a mid to low collar.For enhanced board feel and comfort, a low vulcanized out sole will keep the kick flips in check. The Torey will be available in white.


Diamond Footwear ICON PINK

Diamond Footwear ICON BLACK

The Icon is not just a standard suede skate shoe. Available in black and pink, the Icon includes a cut out Diamond on the side with a comfortable foam PU insole for maximum cushioning. The gum rubber out soles will keep board feel and grip consistent throughout its wear. We’re stocking the Black Icon and Pink Icon.

All Day


Diamond Footwear ALL DAY Lite

When your toes can’t handle anymore flip tricks the All Day Lite is a must have in your footwear collection. Designed for Brandon Biebel the hybrid shoe is fully breathable with a knitted upper. It has a suede toe and delivers a modern touch by featuring Diamond Lite Out sole which dramatically reduces weight.

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The Diamond Footwear team—including Nick Tucker, Torey Pudwill, Jamie Foy, and Jeron Wilson—spent the day at Biebel’s park to test out the “All Day,” Biebel’s new model. The consensus was that you’re good to go all day, right out of the box. And the key word was “comfortable”: even the most ambitious, motivated, focused, and determined players need a little comfort, too.