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Santa Cruz - 8" - Filler Dot Complete Skateboard - Multi

Santa Cruz - 8" - Filler Dot Complete Skateboard - Multi

Regular price £89.95
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Featuring all new wider shapes for easy foot placement and shorter wheelbases for easy turning with a sizing guide hangtag that makes buying a new entry level complete straight forward for beginners of any age or gender.

High Quality Components:

Deck: Lightweight, super strong 7-ply birch construction

Trucks: Strong, lightweight cast aluminum trucks w/ either 85a cushions (super-micro, micro, & mini) or 90a cushions (mid-large sizes) for easy turning.

Wheels: Smooth riding, durable wheels w/ either 83a hardness (super-micro, micro, & mini) or 95a hardness (mid-large sizes) high-rebound urethane.

Grip tape: High quality professional grade grit and adhesive.

Bearings: Durable high speed precision steel bearings with oil lubricant for easy rolling.

Full (Age 10-14)
8 x 31.25, 13.75" Wheelbase

Size: 31.25 x 8 IN




Our Opinion:

We are often approached by parents who are concerned about spending a large amount of money on an absolute beginners skateboard for obvious reasons such as "will my child remain interested" or "this could be a waste of money". Ultimately this is for you to decide but here's what we have to say about low cost skateboards:

We test and approve our beginner boards to ensure they turn and have an appropriate speed to enable the beginner to learn.

These skateboards are suitable to learn on and perform tricks and maneuvers, but when the user is at the stage of doing tricks and maneuvers, they will dramatically know the difference between a low cost skateboard (£30-£60) and a pro specification skateboard complete (setup) - usually £90 - £150. You can find very cheap skateboards for under £30, but we consider them to be inappropriate and very difficult to learn on as the trucks do not turn as necessary and the wheels are not fast enough and in most cases made of dangerous materials that do not provide the necessary grip. Low cost skateboards rarely get a beginner off towards a fair start and will not assist progression and interest alike.

You usually find that skateboards priced from £90 are much faster and easier to learn on and the child feels that bit cooler when going to the local skatepark.

We often advise locals at Prime Skatepark to borrow our skateboards for as long as you like to gauge interest and save up the difference to buy a pro spec skateboard.

But all this being said, any skateboard is better than no skateboard and it will always be better to have your own for familiarity reasons.

Feel free to call us during our regular opening times.

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