Who Is Jagger Eaton Mother? Everything On His Parents And Girlfriend

An American Olympic Skateboarder, Jagger Eaton’s mother, was a part of the US national gymnastics, and his father is the owner of the Kids That Rip (KTR).

Jagger Eaton is an American professional skateboarder who now participates in street and park events.

He was the youngest X Games competitor until Gui Khury shattered his record. 

In addition, he is a member of American skateboarders, X-Games athletes, and more.

Jagger Eaton Parents: Meet His Mother Shelly And Father Geoff

Jagger Eaton is the son of mother Shelly Schaerer, and his father’s name is Geoff Eaton.

His mother, Shelly, was a part of the US national gymnastics team from 1985 to 1989.

His father, Geoff, is the owner of the Kids That Rip (KTR) Skateboard School, which is a school that trains a number of junior X Games competitors.

Jagger has three brothers, Jett, Koston, and Hendryx.

Both brothers Jagger and his brother, Jett, began skating under their father’s instruction at an early age, with Eaton starting at four.

Eaton is sponsored by DC Shoes, along with his brother and fellow junior skater Tom Schaar, as part of their 2012 project, the “DC Youth Division.”

Blair Alley of Transworld Skateboarding magazine dubbed the brothers “the future of vert skateboarding.” 

Jagger Eaton Ethnicity

Jagger Eaton belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity.

Eaton’s nationality is American.

Jagger Eaton Girlfriend 2021 Revealed

Jagger Eaton is currently dating a girlfriend named Morgan Justus.

His girlfriend is a model by his profession.

Apart from this, he hasn’t disclosed anything about his relationship details.

Jagger Eaton Wikipedia Bio

Jagger Eaton was featured in the October 2013 edition of Esquire Magazine: Life of Man, which celebrated its 80th anniversary.

Eaton’s involvement in professional-level skating events has been criticized by a number of frequent skateboarding pundits, including Burnquist.

Bleacher Report’s David Daniels stated that Eaton’s participation in professional contests hurts skateboarding’s legitimacy in the athletic environment.

He featured on January 2015 episodes of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory and Ridiculousness.

He is sponsored by DC Shoes, Plan B Skateboards, Red Bull, Bones Wheels, Independent Truck Company, and KTR Skateboard School as of April 2015.

At the age of 11, Eaton competed in the 2012 X Games in Los Angeles, California, becoming the youngest ever X Games contestant.

Eaton won a bronze medal for the United States in Men’s Street Skateboarding at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in July 2021.