VILLAGER GOODS | KENNY ANDERSON

Villager Goods co-owner Kenny Anderson embodies what the brand is all about. In this film he discusses his childhood growing up in Las Vegas, his introduction to skateboarding and his evolution into adulthood. Enjoy!

VILLAGER GOODS | ALKALINE WATER

We are proud to announce our new Villager Alkaline water. You can find it at select stores near you. #joinourjourney

VILLAGER GOODS | JACK FREESTONE

Villager Goods is proud to present our newest film featuring co-owner Jack Freestone. This film highlights his surfing from trips to Portugal, France and Africa. Enjoy!

VILLAGER GOODS | MILES SILVAS

Villager Goods is proud to present our newest profile film starring co-owner Miles Silvas. Miles is the perfect representation of the Villager ethos as he lives a healthy and active lifestyle on and off of his skateboard. In this short film, Miles discusses his vegan way of life and the upbringing that propelled him to achieving his goals.

VILLAGER GOODS | Las Vegas

Villager Goods co-founder and CEO, Josh Landan, along with fellow owners Paul Rodriguez, Anthony Van Engelen, Guy Mariano, Kenny Anderson and Mikey Taylor made the trip to Las Vegas Nevada to launch Villager Goods organic coconut water in this new market.  Villager has partnered with Rebel Oil and other select retailers across the state bringing these communities our goods.  It was amazing to see everyone come out to support the brand and meet the owners. We hope you enjoy this short film on our time in the desert.  

VILLAGER GOODS | CALIFORNIA ROAD TRIP

Villager Goods CEO and Co-Founder, Josh Landan along with fellow co-owners had the idea to bring our coconut water to kids and adults at different skateparks on a road trip up the California coast.  In this new film, the owners went to six skate parks from San Diego to Santa Barbara, partook in six signings at select grocery retailers, and made memories to last a lifetime. Enjoy the journey!

Trailer: VILLAGER GOODS | CALIFORNIA ROAD TRIP

Here is a teaser for the Villager Goods road trip up the California coast where the owners dropped in on local skate parks to share coconut water with people in these local communities. In the new film, the owners hit six skate parks, partook in six signings at select retailers, and made memories to last a lifetime.