Zero Skateboards is a skateboard company located in Carlsbad, California. Zero Skateboards brand is part of the Black Box Distribution family. The Zero boards are manufactured in Tijuana, Mexico. Zero is a trademark owned by Jamie Thomas. Zero started out as a clothing company in 1996 and became a wholly owned skateboard Jamie Thomas leaving Toy Machine to become pro at Zero Skateboards. Zero has won three times in a row "King Of The Road" by Thrasher Magazine, from 2004 to 2006 against other skate teams: Girl Skateboards, Toy Machine, Darkstar, Element, Flip, Habitat, Real, Almost, and Baker Skateboards. Following this, the Zero Skateboards team stopped defending their title of "King Of The Road" to start the tour "Black and White" with the Mystery Team in 2007. The pro skateboarder Chris Cole won the Thrasher and Transworld Skateboarding soty (Skateboarder of the Year) twice.
Jamie Thomas, Chris Cole, James Brockman, Tommy Sandoval, Keegan Sauder, Elissa Steamer, Garrett Hill, John Rattray, Tony Cervantes, Sheldon Meleshinski, Ben Gilley, Jamie Tancowny and Dane Burman.