Over the past months we’ve been looking for some new riders, and we are stoked to present our new team:

  • Cristian Delgado, living and skating in and around Barcelona. He knows how to handle ledges like no other. Instagram: @cristiandeelgarap
  • Miguel Sanchez, from Andalusia, Southern Spain. Silent killer, he just skates and destroys everything that he sees. Instagram: @m1guelsanchez
  • Vladimir Ivanov, from Sofia Bulgaria. This guy is a machine, he’s got pop, power and steez! Instagram: @vladimir.ivanov.g.b
  • Jeffrey Luque, from Andalusia, Southern Spain. Jeff is the team manager, always hyped to skate and have a great time. Instagram: @jeffreyluque


Left to right: Jorge de Torres (Zaragoza local), Vladimir Ivanov, Miguel Sanchez, Cristian Delgado, Jeffrey Luque.

Last week we invited everyone to Zaragoza to spend a couple of days and to meet each other. These days were amazing, with lots of laughing and good skateboarding.

Check the clip from this meeting right here:

Film: Mario Martin & Jeffrey Luque.
Edit: Mario Martin

With these guys we are sure that we’re going to have a great time for Nomad! Stay tuned for individual interviews, photos and more content very soon!

Make Skate Olympic! Or not?

If you have followed our channels during the past weeks you must have seen multiple items of NOMAD SKATEBOARDS supporting the inclusion of skateboarding in the Olympics.

The decision whether skateboarding will gain the title “Olympic Sport” is to be taken in August this year. Since the start we are well aware that many people are against this inclusion, skateboarding is absolutely more than just a sport. We are convinced that it will bring positive things to skateboarding, and therefore we decided to step up and light fire to the already present discussion within the skate world.

Road to tokyo

With the campaign “Rolling up to Tokyo” we traveled from Spain to Tokyo with our own torch to make a documentary about skateboarding, the olympics and multiple perspectives on the theme.

We are in favour of skateboarding becoming Olympic, what do you think about it?

Watch the documentary here: