Young skateboarder Nyjah Huston net worth reaches above $6 million dollars. As per his wiki, he own a house, car, salary is in 10 figure and family info. Huston is an American professional skateboarding sensation. He won the Street League Skateboarding (SLS) championship series in 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Born on November 30, 1994, in Davis, California, Nyjah Huston was ranked 5 on the FoxWeekly’s list of Top 15 Most Influential Skaters of All-Time in 2014.
|Real Name||Nyjah Imani Huston|
|Birth Date||30 November 1994|
|Net Worth||$6 Million|
|Source of Income||Skateboarder|
|Annual Salary||$4 Million|
Nyjah Huston’s net worth as of 2017, stands at $6 million, making him the highest paid skateboarder in the worth, winning more prize money than any other skateboarder in the history of professional skateboarding.
Owing to fabulous sponsorship deals with the likes of Diamond Supply Co., Element, Ricta, MOB, Nike Skateboarding and Apparel, Monster Energy, Stance, CCS, Dipset, Cracker Barrel, Doritos, Mountain Dew and Bolds Cracker great witches, Huston’s annual earnings are estimated around $800,000.
In 2013,Huston purchased a 6,100 sq ft house worth $2.55 million in San Juan Capistrano, California. The house boasts of 6 bedrooms and 5.75 bathrooms with a master suite, chef’s kitchen and a game room.
Known to be a lavish spender, the latest weapon in Nyjah Huston’s armory happens to be a luxury Mercedes C63s. He also owns a $400,000 worth Lamborghini Aventador, which he bought in 2016.
Nyjah started skateboarding when he was just 4. N 2004, he made his amateur competitive debut at the Volcan Damn Am in Costa Mesa, California. Despite being the youngest competitor at the championship, Nyjah managed to impress all with his skating stunts, taking home the best prize on both the big and small rails.
At the 2006 X-Games, Nyjah Huston debuted as the youngest ever competitor at the age of 11- a distinction he holds till date. The same year he signed a sponsorship deal with Element, joining their skateboarding team. The partnership ended in 2008 and in 2009, Nyjah launched his own skateboard deck company called the ‘I&I’ which was a short lived project, taking Nyjah back to Element, yet again. In 2011, Nyjah’s video ‘Rise & Shine’ won the Best Video award bestowed by Transworld Skateboarding magazine, which was also available for purchase on Itunes.
Nyjah Huston, the phenomenal skateboarder arrived in 2013. His wins at the X-Games Street League and the Kimberly Diamond Cup and the launch of his first signature shoe- ‘ Nyjah Huston Signature Shoe’ with DC, put him at the top spot.