In my opinion 'Blinds' are the best for my type of skating.
a 7.5 inch board is less wide and is made for street skating because you can flip it better
for street skating, they should be relativly hard id say 99-101A
Elephant brand skateboards or Dogtown skateboards.
it all depends on your feet size and what you are comfortable with. street skating usually has thinner decks so you can olly higher, if it is thin enough for you it should be fine. also for street skating get 50-54 inch wheels, and low trucks I recommend destructo or krux downlows. Also you should purchase Bones reds bearings they are a steal for the cost you pay for them $15. Good luck making a street skating board. 8.25 is fine for street skating.
test them out not any ones that are to little for you or to big for you but when you go to your shop stand on the deck and see which one you like best depending on if you skate vert or street you could start with a 7.5 width deck. that's the best for all around skating.
=they named a skateboard a skateboard cause you are simply skating on a board I think that's the answer=
plan b , baker, almost
any light board is good 4 vert like enjoi
The next best "sensation" of rolling along smoothly with a skateboard, was using roller skates. For years, roller skating rinks were very popular places for fun and amusement.
it depends on your skating style.
There are many cool tricks that one could do with a skateboard while skating. One of the coolest things one can do with a skateboard is to grind rails or corners with the skateboard.
As for skateboard sizes that's really all personal preferance and what style you plan on skating. For street, park and pool you're going to use the most common sizes of skateboard that range from 7.5 wide to 8.0 wide. Usally people stay in the narrow range like 7.5, 7.675, or 7.75.
There is not a "best" brand its all about personal preferance but some brands offer or cater to certain styles of skateboarding such as vert skating, street skating, fasion skating, and popular skaters e.g. element skateboards
Around 32.5% of Australian's downhill longboarders used to skateboard where as street skating is becoming the more common skateboarding withpeople buying longboards instead...
well really she likes skatin so guessing skating on the SKATEBOARD so skatboard
Street grind is practically a bad brand. I suggest you to buy Hercules skateboard
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Do not buy a skateboard from Walmart. They are very poor quaility, and if you are good at skating the board will break the first day you use it.
It has many meaning but the only one i can think of is the skateboard spike they place on benches, rails, hubbas, and ledges. this is to stop skaters from skating on the surfaces.
element ,Kfd, blind, almost and Evolution are all good street skating brands
Well, if for turbo skateboard you mean a skateboard that goes really fast, then the answer is yes! It all depends of the type of wheels you are using, the trucks and how loose or tight they are, the material of the skateboard, the strenght you put on your toes when impulsing and the ground where are you skating.
Bones STF's they wont get flat spots and they last forever! Ive been riding mine for over a year. Their cheap too! Happy skating!