They do well and are desired by a lot of people but it kinda depends on your group of friends too. Popular brands are Carhartt, HUF, Obey, The Hundreds, Vans, Stussy, much like in the USA. A lot of people here want Supreme too but it's harder and/or way more expensive to get in The Netherlands. We also pay more like, when the average snapback goes for about 30 USD in the USA here it will be around 50-60 USD.
And most local European brands such as Sixpack France, Norse Projects, Ontour etc are still expensive, compared to American brands
Based off of what you're saying it seems like there's already a strong market for the larger American brands in Europe. And I agree the European brands you mentioned to cater to a different demographic apparent by the detail of their pieces and the higher price-points... not very comparable.
Depends on the kind of people you affiliate with, but in Northern Europe, US street wear brands are more popular among younger people (in general), i say the older you get the more local you get ( but I guess it's only natural- older people go for the more conservative, cleaner look.. which European ("street wear") brands offer more of than US street wear brands.)
This is a transition among urban people at least.
Street wear brands got a pretty similar price range, but the local clothing are often higher quality and is a often a bit more expensive than US street wear.
Are there any examples of stereotypical European street wear brands that are comparable to The Hundreds or Diamond in America? Thanks for your input btw, seems like the European market is maturing quicker than the U.S.