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Name and History
What’s DB stand for? DB boards bear the name of their original birth place, Dash Point, Washington. Their first boards were fondly referred to as “Dashboards”, the name stuck and has come to represent their hand made boards crafted in the Northwest.
DB was founded in 2003 by Richard Docter, Bryce Hermansen, and Tim Mackey. Originally manufacturing foam top longboards and flatland skimboards the business quickly grew out of the garage and moved to a 2000 sq ft barn. Working nights and weekends the guys pushed through college and upon graduating pursued their passion full time. In 2010 the guys out grew the barn and moved to their current 6000 sq. ft shop just South of Seattle, WA.
Inspired by the Northwest’s, beaches, concrete, and snow the guys continue to chase their founding ideal; pursuing adventure and riding the best boards possible. You’ll find their founders and employee’s riding their product on the hills, waves, beaches, and mountains all over the Northwest.
100% of the scrap that they produce is repurposed into down stream products. From their off cuts to scraps, there is zero landfill waste produced from one of their longboard decks. In addition to their repurposing program, they strive to use only Low VOC and water based chemicals to keep the earth and their employee’s happy and healthy.