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Our comprehensive skateboard reviews highlight some of the coolest boards in skate culture and their influence throughout skate history.
These articles explore some of the coolest retro boards in skate history.
Skateboards that changed skate history in the 1970s, 80s and 90s
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We love old-school boards and sharing our knowledge of how they influenced skate history and the famous skaters who rode them.
In these articles we explore in detail, some of the coolest boards from the 70s, 80s, and 90s and why they came to be famous in skate culture.
The Rob Roskopp Face Deck is easily recognisable and well loved among skaters young and old
As the first double-kick skateboard, the Mike Vallely Barnyard Deck changed skate history