Hey Skaters, in today’s article I will be talking about The History Of Moxi Roller Skates, stay awhile if you are interested in roller skate brand history.
The brand Moxi was created and is driven by women. They make some of the very best roller skates for women on the market today. Which I think is pretty cool.
The Moxi team members are everywhere from the United States, Australia, Germany, Canada, England, Mexico, and Argentina.
The founder of Moxi Skates is Michelle Stall or Estro Gen (her roller derby name) she founded the company back in 2008 in Long Beach, California.
The Moxi brand teamed up with Riedell to create her skates.
In 2018 Moxi sold 10,000 pairs of roller skates.
This brand is sold currently on the Moxi website as well as Urban Outfitters, Bando, Dolls Kill, and 200 rinks and skate shops around the world.
The Moxi Lolly Skates one of the brand’s most popular pairs of skate is made in Minnesota with an all-women team.
Although Moxi is known for its derby looking style and derby names, they are truly an outdoor skating brand. Even though you can wear any style of skate anywhere.
Moxi is like the other skate brands I have written about are still going strong to this day with a very heavy resurgence in roller skating.
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