By the time Droors emerged, skate gear was nothing new. But the San Diego company's clothes were instantly the shit, in part because of who wore them - dudes like Danny Way (whose brother, Damon, co-founded the company), Sean Sheffey, and more. Droors seemed to grow in tandem with skating's push toward more technical gear. And yeah, some of the stuff it produced - elaborate nylon tracksuits, for one - look kind of ridiculous now. But in the mid-'90s, it totally made sense, and Droors was everywhere. After it changed hands, though, it slowly faded. And by the early '00s, when fits got a lot slimmer, we knew the days of skate clothing lines that were heavily inspired by Polo and Nautica were done.