Stand Out with Your Own Skateboard DesignOur online customizer is easy to use and you can become a skateboard designer in just a few simple clicks! Pick a background from our extensive background library. Add Pictures, Graphics, Logos, Text, Names, and More! You can even upload your own images, pictures, or logos to use on your personalized skateboard.
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Add Text & Send a MessageChoose from our extensive font library and write whatever you want on your skateboard. Is this a gift? Add the person’s name or nickname or maybe their favorite quote or saying to make the personalized and custom skateboard especially meaningful. Are you looking for cool and unique promo ideas? Design your a skateboard for your company or client and put their logo on it. Do you want to spread the word on a cause? Put the message on a custom skateboard with our text editor. Easily move text around, adjust text size, as well as rotate text on your personalized skateboard design.
Customize Your Grip Tape to MatchWhat’s more fresh than having a custom personalized skateboard? Having a custom personalized skateboard with matching grip tape! You can even color coordinate your trucks and wheels to really stand out, simply make it a complete! Have a special someone you would like to surprise with their very own custom and personalized skateboard?
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Watch this video and learn how to determine the best skateboard size to fit your needs. The guys from Braille Skateboards will answer all your questions on board sizes. It’s all about preference and what works for YOU!
We have got some exciting news for our local skate community here in San Diego. Most of you have probably heard about the world class skate park is being built in the valley of our very on Linda Vista. The park was designed by Site Design Group from Carlsbad, CA and will be 35,000 square feet of skate heaven once the park is completed. Located at San Diego Recreation Centers 7064 Levant St. San Diego, CA 92111.
What Makes it EpicThe park will be equipped with a competition sized vert bowl, massive street zone, snaking ditch run, transition snake run, flow bowl, and signature full pipe. The coolest thing about the park is that all of these features are weaved into the natural terrain and landscape it was built on.
Why it’s Great for The CommunityThe park also doesn’t obstruct pedestrians or create any obstacles, because they have built a pedestrian bridge directly above the skate park that spans over the width of the park. This will be San Diego’s largest skate park and in 7 short months the park will open on August 15th. Until then, we can all live vicariously through the “Sims” like people in these photos!
VL skate outlines the five mistakes beginners make when trying to land new tricks and how to avoid them! The first two are not fully learning the trick and moving on too fast. These two go hand in hand! Muscle memory is the most important thing when getting a new move down. You can try it 100 times and land it 20 times out of that but without creating the proper muscle memory, you won’t be able to retain the trick. The third mistake outlined in this video is losing motivation. It can be discouraging to try something over and over again and not get it, but you can always move onto a different trick and come back to the one you are stuck on another day! The fourth mistake is getting burnt out. If you feel yourself getting tired or frustrated-take a break! The fifth mistake is comparing yourself to others. The only person you should compare progress with is yourself!
You have probably heard of Aaron Kyro, professional skater and Youtube Star. He is known for his Youtube Channel called Braille Skateboarding, where he has many tutorials and skate videos based of his own self-taught methods. In this video above, Aaron helps you build a solid foundation for all of your skating and fundamental tricks. He covers turning, stopping, and everything in between. These are the fundamentals Aaron goes over before diving into the most common tricks-ollies, frontside 180’s, backside 180’s, pop shove it’s, front shove its, heelflips and kickflips. Stick with Aaron and his strategical order of learning the art of skating, and you will go far! Or at least, improve.