Monarch Project Skateboards

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    The Monarch Project brand was launched in 2021, with professional skateboarders Leticia Bufoni and Sky Brown as its ambassadors. This brand has already added a few members to its team including Kieran Woolley and Evon Martinez. This is a brand to watch and whose product line may expand quickly.

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    Leticia Bufoni had not joined a board since her departure from Plan B. The proposals, having not missed, she finally joined Dwindle Distribution (Enjoi, Almost, Darkstar, Blind, Andale...) and laid the foundations of a new brand named Monarch Project. Sky Brown, who for several years was already part of Dwindle through her presence in Team Almost, also becomes ambassador of the project. The logo of Monarch was unveiled during the X-Games victory of Leticia Bufoni in 2021.

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    With 6 gold, 3 silver and 3 bronze medals at X Games, Laeticia Bufoni tied Elissa Steamer’s record for most gold in X Games Women’s Skateboard Street.

    She has become one of the best-known and most influential action sports athletes in the world with her 4.3 million Instagram followers - to date! She has inspired countless girls to skate. Leticia also remains at the top of women’s skateboarding.

    Born in April 1993 in São Paulo, Bufoni is Brazilian-American after emigrating to the U.S. at the age of 14 and holds a total of 11 X Games medals. This is the most medals held by a woman in the traditional summer X Games disciplines. Also respected among her peers, she’s the official athlete representative for World Skate, the International Olympic Committee-recognized governing body for Skateboarding.


    Leticia has won quite a lot of street competitions (see her awards...). We selected her most recent video from her win in 2021


    • 2015 – 1st Place: Far'n High Women's Finals – Paris, France
    • 2015 – 1st Place: Excellent Mystic Skate Cup Women's Street – Prague, Czech Republic
    • 2015 – 1st Place: Street League Super Crown Women's Finals – Chicago, USA
    • 2016 – 1st Place: Far'n' High Women's Finals – Paris, France – Paris, France
    • 2016 – 1st Place: Mystic Sk8 Cup Women's Open – Prague, Czech Republic
    • 2016 – 2nd Place: Street League Super Crown Women's Finals – Los Angeles, USA
    • 2017 – 3rd Place: X Games Minneapolis Skateboard Street – Minneapolis, USA
    • 2017 – 2nd Place: Street League Super Crown Women's Finals – Los Angeles, USA
    • 2018 – 1st Place: X Games Norway Skateboard Street – Oslo, Norway
    • 2018 – 2nd Place: World Cup of Skateboarding Street – Vigo, Spain
    • 2018 – 2nd Place: X Games Skateboard Street – Sydney, Australia
    • 2019 – 1st Place: X Games Skateboard Street – Shanghai, China
    • 2019 – 2nd Place: Dew Tour – Long Beach, California, USA
    • 2021 - 1st Place: X Games Skateboard Street - Vista, California, USA


    Sky Brown (ブラウン スカイ - Sukai Buraun in Kana) was born on 7 July 2008 in Miyazaki, Japan. She’s an British-Japanese skateboarder and she’s the youngest professional skateboarder in the world.

    Her father, Stuart, is British, and her mother, Mieko, is Japanese. Sky Brown started skateboarding and surfing at the age of three. Her preschool had a skatepark, and her father built a backyard mini ramp where he skated every day.

    Sky has a younger brother named Ocean, with who she often skates and surfs. Sky Brown is also a keen and accomplished surfer. Her 360s on open wave faces is one of her signature tricks.

    Sky says she doesn't mind being the only girl at a skatepark because she wants to show everyone that "girls can do what boys can do."

    Sky Brown was the first-ever female skateboard to land a 720 and 540 at the X Games. Tony Hawk once said Sky Brown is "one of the most promising park skaters on the planet with skills way beyond her years."

    In July 2021, the Miyazaki-born won the women's skateboarding park gold medal at the X Games.

    Sky Brown olympics

    Sky Brown finished third in the women's park competition in Tokyo. Check her best-of video from that competition.


    The team of Monarch Project is constituted of Leticia Bufoni, Sky Brown, Kieran Woolley, Evon Martinez and Diego Najera.

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