For those that missed out on the Agenda tradeshow this past week in Long Beach here are some things that caught my eye while wandering the show floor. I wanted to showcase brands that may not be familiar on this blog. It’s impossible to show everything so here is just a taste of the latest trends and gear coming out in the market.

Each year the show grows more and more, but I’m glad its found some roots in Long Beach.

Probably the most talked about display at the show was from Rebel8 with this defaced cop car complete with Mike Giant in full police uniform.

V/SUAL by Van Styles had a great photo gallery set-up to showcase his new line of apparel.

Hurley again brought out their printing press with work by artists such as the homie Bobby Tribal. They also showcased their Phantom wetsuit that just looks phenomenal. I added this to my wish list.

The Skateboard Mag celebrates 10 years with a display of a few iconic images along with a poster signing by none other than skate legend Danny Way. Congrats guys.

Base Camp and Flexfit brought out artist Benjie Escobar to showcase his work with a live art installation. Check out a teaser video to learn more about this project.

Jason Markk‘s booth was complete with a sneaker shine station.

Monster Children brought out their “piece of shit” full of mags in their trunk.

Uppercut Deluxe, one of my favorite products, showcased their collection of grooming items while the Pig Barber kept dudes looking sharp.

Poler brought out some new goodies including these fresh long Johns.

The homies at In4Mation had some great gear including this camo button-up.

Lifestyle surf mag What Youth had a really laid back booth. I really dig this mag.

I really like this Chuck Originals snapback.

Quintin showcased some great goods including this essential parka.

Electric had a complete assortment of items that included watches, new sunglasses, snowboard goggles, bags, accessories and rad snowboard helmets. I really like the quality and innovation of their products and can’t wait to put some to the test this winter on the slopes.

Clae footwear has styles that are simple and refined. Really liked their latest offerings.

Orange County local brand, Lira, had some great clothing for guys and girls. Their new cut and sew line is on point and worth checking out.

Another OC brand, Radii Footwear, showcased their collection including these stars and stripes, Jacks.

Tsovet, a timepiece brand that I’ve been a fan of for a couple years showcased their latest offerings. I dig the leather bands on these along with their refined style and design.

Burton always has some of the best product out and their technical apparel and bags are some of my favorites.

New to Agenda is Modular Design Theory with their mobile solar units and bags to keep you charged on the go. These really caught my attention and I’m curious to see how the work while out and about.

Last but not least this collab hat with Agenda and Flexfit is pretty much a classic.