About Us: European clothing and hardware distribution. 100% skater owned and operated. Keen Dist. is based in Oxford, England and works with brands from across the world to specialise in their UK distribution.

Our Brands Include : Dank, Descent Skateboards, Hopps, Lovenskate, Modus, Pass~Port, Picture, Polar Skate Co, Quasi, RIPNDIP, The National Skateboard Co, Theories, Transportation Unit, Wayward Wheels & Welcome Skateboards.

Keen Dist. Unit 9 Lakeside Industrial Estate, Stanton Harcourt, Witney, OX29 5SL, United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1865 236872 | sales@keendist.co.uk

Tagged: Pass~Port

Bronze56k’s “plug” Video

56k hit the hills and classic spots of the SF Bay, before jetting back to NYC for side B. Shattered windows and concrete head spins.

Welcome to the jungle.

Mainland Roaming

Manual Magazine Presents, Mainland Roaming a Geoff Campbell video documenting a recent sojourn through the South Island.

Featuring Hootie Andrewes, Digby Luxton, Matt Beck, Logan Moodie, Andrew Pope, Jon Fitzgerald, Jarrad Carlin, Cade Wilson-Russ, Geoff Campbell, Edwin Massold, Jack Fagan, Jack Byrne, Jordan McStay, Jack Dargan, Roscoe Moore, Tu Grace, Pj Wybrow and Nick Knisel.

Two Days in Berlin

Filmed over two days in Berlin this January. Featuring Matlok Bennett-Jones and Harry Lintell.

Filmed and edited by James Cruickshank. Supported by Converse Cons.

Lobster Tales

To support the new One Star Pro launch, Converse Cons teamed up with Sidewalk mag to explore seaside resorts across the North of England. And so, for one freezing cold week in January 2016, the UK Converse Cons team consisting of Matlok Bennett-Jones, Ollie Lock, Harry Lintell, Dom Henry, Mike Arnold and TM Jerome Campbell, (Jamie Platt was absent due to doing his ankle a serious mischief late last year) layered up, packed themselves into a convoy of vehicles and ventured north to see what a handful of Northern seaside towns had to offer to a bunch of skateboarders deep in January.
On the agenda were infamous holiday venues Blackpool, Whitby, Bridlington and Skegness, along with a few other hidden gems that were hit up along the way. The weather was as bitterly cold as you’d expect but the crew came through. We’re stoked on the result and we hope you are too…
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to ‘Lobster Tales’.


2015: One hell of a year for Josh Pall.

Well, it’s actually been one hell of a decade. From moving from his home town of Cooroy, Queensland to the bright lights of Sydney, juggling skateboarding and a full time job, right through to turning pro and in the process fracturing his handsome cranium. These are the highs and lows of Josh Pall.