Facts of Chad Muska
|Full Name||Chad Muska|
|Birth Name||Chad Muska|
|Other Name||The Muska|
|Birth City||Lorain, Ohio|
|Date of Birth||May 20,1977|
Professionally known as the editor-in-chief of Transworld Skateboarding, Chad Muska is an American professional skateboarder and entrepreneur.
The 43-year-old skateboarder first skated for Maple and also appeared in the 1994 video Rites of Passage. He then worked with companies like Toy Machine, C1RCA, and others. In 2006, Chad founded the footwear company Supra. As of 2020, his net worth is $16 million.
Short Biography Of Chad Muska
Chad Muska was born on 20th May 1977 in Lorain, Ohio, United States of America. He is an American as per his nationality and has a white ethnic background.
Muska began skateboarding at a young age and spent most of his time skateboarding with professional skateboarder Erik Ellington (prior to both of their successful careers).
Chad eventually moved to Mission Beach with his sketchbook, a portable cassette player, and very little money in order to pursue his career in art and skateboarding.
Short Career Highlights
Chad began his career as a skateboarder in early 1994 for Maple. Around the time, he also appeared in the video Rites of Passage.
Following his departure from Maple, he joined a skateboarding company called Toy Machine. He quickly became a leading member of the team, facilitating Elissa Steamer's sponsorship. Hee was teamed alongside fellow skateboarders Mike Maldonado, Ed Templeton, Jamie Thomas, and Brian Anderson.
In 1997, Muska left Toy Machine due to some issues and joined the then-fledgling Shorty's brand. He was chosen to develop the skateboard deck division from which the company thrived. During his time in the company, he was best known for his appearance in the 1998 skateboarding video Fulfill The Dream.
In 1999, Chad joined the C1RCA footwear team as the first pro skater for the company and released numerous signature shoe models such as CM901 and CM902.
Moreover, in 2006, Chad joined the Element Skateboards ad his skateboard deck sponsor. The same year, he founded the Supra footwear company alongside Angel Cabada. His first supra model, 'Skytop' was released and promoted in 2007, whereas, Skytop II was released in 2009.
His shoes reportedly cost around $100 per pair in stores around the store. It is also available at Supre retailers and the brand's website, suprashoes.com.
Net Worth And Salary Details
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Chad is estimated at around $16 million as of April 2020. His primary source of income is his career as a successful skateboarder.
As per various sources, the average salary of a professional skateboarder ranges around $1,000 to $10,000 per month. However, the salary might vary from one state to another.
Besides, he also earns a decent sum of cash from his sponsors, including Ghetto Child Wheels, Element Skateboards, Brooklyn Projects, and Supra Footwear.
Additionally, Muska resides in Los Angeles, California, where he owns a 2,000 sq.ft home. As per sources, he purchased the house back in 2006 for $1,005,000.
Social Media Profile
As of early April 2020, Muska has over 39.7k followers on Twitter, over 255k on Instagram, and over 201k on Facebook.
His social media platform also aid up a decent sum of money to his net worth. As per IMH, Muska can make $763 to $1,272 per sponsored post on Instagram, where he has an engagement rate of 2.18%.
Is The 43-year-old Skateboarder Dating Anyone?
As per various online sources, Muska is reported to be single at the moment. Despite his fortune and fame, he prefers a low-key life and does not address his personal details to the public.
Although he might be in a relationship or married, due to a lack of confirmed news, his love life remains undisclosed.
Prior to this, he was reported to be dating Vanessa Traina in early 2005.