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Rick Howard Bio/Wiki 2018
Rick Howard Net Worth $45 Million
A native of Canada, he relocated to California at age seventeen. He then began his skateboarding career with Blockhead Skateboards, where he was assigned the professional standing, and with Gullwing Trucks. During this time, Howard left Gullwing and changed to Independent Trucks. Howard is well known in the 2nd video of Plan B called Virtual Reality along with his promotion of “substitution-posture” skating or skateboarding using the opposite posture of that which a rider naturally adopts. Howard became a fashion icon in the video when he wore a short-sleeved check shirt. Howard was also filmed performing in skits for the 2012 Girl/Chocolate co production Quite Sweet. However, the film failed to feature any skateboarding footage from Howard. Under the shoe company, Howard was a producer of several street skateboarding videos. One is the award winning Fully Flared (2007) where Howard was also contained one of the host of professional skateboarders in the 90-minute feature film. He once again showed off his new techniques that have been admired by thousands of diehard fanatics. During its release, the film received the Best Video of the Year Award from Transworld Skateboarding and the Skateboard magazine. Though he’s sponsored by DC Shoes where he has a signature model shoe, he left DC to found his own company called Lakai Limited Footwear, with Carroll. Girl Skateboards, Lakai Footwear, Four Star Clothing, Royal Trucks and Chocolate Skateboards are under Howard’s Crailtap Distribution Company.
|Net Worth||$45 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 31, 1972|
|Place Of Birth||Canada|
|Movies||Fully Flared, Yeah Right!|