Legendary British pro skateboarder Geoff Rowley has celebrated his 25th anniversary of riding for Vans.
In 1999, only three years after joining Vans, Rowley released his signature skate shoe, the Vans Rowley XLT, which became a classic and revolutionized the industry.
This shoe left an indelible mark on the lives of skateboarders, and its impact is still felt today.
Rowley took to Instagram and posted his achievement and said "Since 1999!" tagging Vans with hashtags #offthewall and #since66.
Rowley annihilated the Staple Center's hubba ledge with gnarly 50-50 and even won the Thrasher magazine's Skater of the Year.
His influence extended to a decades-spanning impact on skateboarding.
He has insane parts in Flip's "Sorry" with a collection of X Games medals. His insane "Rowley-Darkslide" trick was even featured in a virtual presence in the Tony Hawk Pro Skater games.
There's no denying that Geoff became legendary in his own ways and stayed true to Vans for 25 years by putting out non-stop work for the love of skating.