Palm Indu5try is producing a universal board stand that ships in a large USPS flat rate box for assembly at home. The stand is carefully thought out, looks great and it includes all the tools required for installation. We’ve been using one for a couple months now – it looks great in the home and is a convenient way to store the gear we love.Continue reading →
Skoa started in Germany around 2011 with the idea of bringing a 1940’s biplane design and functional aerodynamics to a skateboard truck.
The owners’ decades of skateboarding experience plus mechanical engineering, CNC machining and design gave birth to a series of trucks like never seen before.Continue reading →
Traveling with skate gear is a chore. There are backpacks designed to strap a single board on, but what about your helmet and spare gear? You can toss it into a duffle, but it better be robust – skate gear takes a toll on storage. Checking it on a plane? No way.
Thankfully, Decent Hardware has come through with their longboard Body Bag, making travel with your board and it’s associated gear comfortable and easy.Continue reading →
Coo Trucks have been absorbed into a new venture called Next Trucks, but Coo has been making trucks since 2015 and the M2-0R was their most recent project. These are budget friendly with high performance.
I have been riding them for roughly two months now and with that time I’ve really come to know them. You’ll be surprised to learn what makes them different from everything else on the market.Continue reading →
The Smokes are new premium skate wheels from Blood Orange. They feature the same core and sizes found in the Morgan’s and Jammerz with a new urethane formula that is perfect for fast freeride. Our Blood Orange Smoke review covers the ins and outs of the latest from the team at Blood Orange.Continue reading →