Safety

There are several things in this world that can bring an immediate stop to an otherwise fun skateboarding session: rain, security guards, rocks, and wheel ...

Longboarding, skateboarding, and surfing have always been associated with individualism, with most displaying theirs like its own badge of honor. This is what ...

Falling is a sad reality whenever you longboard or skateboard. It happens most when you're just starting out, and hopefully slows down over time. No matter ...

Falling sucks. When you fall your natural reaction is to catch yourself by putting your hand on the ground, delivering an instant impact on your wrist joint. ...

The best longboarding shoes come in all different shapes and sizes; however, most have three consistent features: a thick, flat sole, a subtle traction ...

Investing in a good-quality longboarding helmet can literally save your life. Research shows that longboarders are more prone to head injuries than ...

After you've been riding your longboard for a while, you'll notice some wear and tear around the nose and tail. It happens! Scratches, nicks and chips are ...

We're huge advocates of longboarding safety- and a great way to ride safer is to add lights to your longboard. There's two reasons to add longboard lights, to ...

Cruising downhill doesn’t always require sliding, but then it does, you are going to want to be wearing sliding gloves.  Sharp turns, quick stops and ...

Helmets are no brainers If there’s something you should never skip looking over and spending good money on, it’s safety gear. Unlike street and park skaters, ...

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