Cinco de Mayo may be a Mexican holiday, but over time the party has become more and more popular in the United States, and we couldn’t be happier! Cinco de Mayo celebrates the Mexican army’s defeat of French forces (which were bigger and better equipped) at the Battle of Puebla way back in 1862. Today, Cinco de Mayo is viewed in the USA as an opportunity to celebrate Mexican culture in every way imaginable, from food to song to skateboards.
Did we skateboards?! ¡Sí! After all, skateboarding is the best way to explore cities, neighborhoods, and now cultures, thanks to these Mexican-inspired decks. ¡Feliz de patinaje! (That’s Spanish for “Happy skating!” The more you know…)
Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patroness of Mexico, and is the country’s most popular religious and cultural symbol. She’s been the subject of films and the star of cultural sites, and now you can bring her everywhere you go, thanks to this awesome skateboard.
Sporting the bright colors and stripes of a traditional Mexican blanket, this skateboard is as vibrant as the culture that inspired it.
Mexico has contributed many valuable things to the world, but burritos are definitely near the top of the list. Celebrate your favorite vehicle for delicious food by riding this Enjoi skateboard. What could be more “Cinco de Mayo” than a lucha libre burrito?
Professional skateboarder Daniel Espinoza is part of the Cliche team, and on this commemorative board he celebrates his Mexican heritage and sports some pretty impressive facial hair. Talk about a win-win!
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