Macbeth Footwear was Co-founded in 2002 by platinum selling musician Tom DeLonge, known for musical acts such as Blink-182, Box Car Racer and Angels & Airwaves ,and Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 and +44. With rock music as his muse, Tom DeLonge assembled a team of talented individuals to develop fashion-forward products that were inspired by the music scene and the action sports lifestyle of Southern California that he grew up in. Since 2002, Macbeth has been at the forefront of collaborative efforts with musicians, athletes and artists, creating a blended culture of products for everyday people.
The Macbeth Studio Project series is our custom footwear program created in collaboration with the Macbeth Family of Artists. Macbeth works closely with each artist to design products that reflect their individual personality and sense of creativity.
The goal of the Studio Project series is to give the people who inspire the Macbeth lifestyle a new form of expression. Macbeth focus' on using unique materials, colors and custom artwork to help convey the vision of each artist on classic Macbeth silhouettes.
Macbeth has worked with artists including Tom DeLonge from Blink-182, Mike Dirnt from Green Day, Frank Iero from My Chemical Romance, Switchfoot, Russell Lissack from Bloc Party, Jona Weinhofen from Bring Me The Horizon, Anthony Green from Circa Survive, Davey Havok and Hunter Burgan from AFI, Max Bemis from Say Anything, pioneering skateboarder Matt Hensley, DJ Skeet Skeet, Andy Hull from Manchester Orchestra, comedian Nathan Barnatt, Bane, Riley Breckenridge and Eddie Breckenridge from Thrice, Does It Offend You Yeah, Taking Back Sunday, Tegan & Sara, Polar Bear Club and You Me At Six.
Macbeth continually works to reduce its impact on the environment through its vegan collection of footwear and recycled canvas shoes.