OneHype Designer Board has its own one of a kind design which is placed through a heat transfer and not a sticker. It measures 8″ W x 31″ L. It’s ready to use. It includes shock pads, durable wheels, smooth bearings, colored bushings, and aluminum trucks. The 7 ply maple deck is tough and can handle several impacts. This board is suitable for all ages.
Bolted onto the underside of the tail end of a skateboard, the tail guard (also known as a "skid plate") protected the tail end from skid stops and other maneuvers that would otherwise wear away the wood (commonly known as razor tail) and decrease the longevity of the tail. Typically made of plastic, these were widely popular in the '80s but their usage quickly diminished with the arrival of two-tail board designs, which became increasingly popular in the '90s.
For sale I have a Powell peralta old school ripper complete red and black with 169mm independent blackout trucks blue cambria 3md 62mm wheels and bones reds bearings The deck has only been skated twice with minor scrapes on the tail and wheel wells I added the independent blackout 69mm trucks and the Cambria wheels im selling it because I’m moving in a different direction I’m building a longboard for myself for this summer anyway the deck is a reissue ripper you can’t get it anymore great overall skater very durable
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The switch stance ollie uses a similar body motion, but the nollie is subtly distinct: For one, the rider is always moving forward, with the body positioned in a nollie stance--closer to the nose and with the front foot on the nose. Secondly the rider usually postures the body differently so as to compensate for this stance with respect to the forward motion. The rider presses the nose down using their front foot to engage the "pop" motion in order for the board to rise. This is In contrast to a "Fakie Ollie" where the pop motion is performed by the rear foot on the tail, similarly to a normal Ollie, however the rider is traveling backwards when performing a Fakie Ollie. Where in a Nollie the rider is traveling forward with their front foot on the nose to apply the initial force "pop".
Bolted onto the underside of the tail end of a skateboard, the tail guard (also known as a "skid plate") protected the tail end from skid stops and other maneuvers that would otherwise wear away the wood (commonly known as razor tail) and decrease the longevity of the tail. Typically made of plastic, these were widely popular in the '80s but their usage quickly diminished with the arrival of two-tail board designs, which became increasingly popular in the '90s.

Low ollies: This can happen for a lot of reasons, but the biggest one is that you are not crouching low enough before your ollie, and not pulling your feet high enough after you jump. When you crouch down, try and touch the ground. When you jump, try to hit yourself in the chest with your knees. ​Both knees. Don’t worry about falling. That will happen sometimes – that’s just part of skateboarding! For more help, read the How Can I Make My Ollies Higher? FAQ


The type of skating the rider wants to do will inform the board choice, which sometimes involves skating a non-popsicle shaped board. But if you are just starting out, you can simply start with the traditional popsicle shaped deck that you probably recognize. As you skate more and get to know what shapes you like or what kind of skateboarding you enjoy best, your decisions will take into account for company, shape, width, and style of riding. Until then, choosing a board by its graphic is totally acceptable. For an overview on types of skateboard decks and riding styles, check out our Skateboard Decks Section in our Buyer’s Guide. Once you find a deck you like, you can simply select the default wheels, trucks, bearings and grip tape or you have the option to make it a complete.

Bought for my 7yo's first real board, and for the price its perfect. Beginners look no further! Sure the trucks, bearings, and wheels are my choice, but as someone whose ridden for 20+ years, guarantee these items are way above Walmart status and are more than capable for you shred park or street. Bonus that it came no put together, can teach the little clone how to put it all together.


The ollie is a skateboarding trick where the rider and board leap into the air without the use of the rider's hands.[1] It is basically the combination of popping, sliding, and jumping on the skateboard all at the same time. Originated in vertical skateboarding, and later on flat ground, it is not intuitively obvious how the liftoff is achieved, making the movement visually striking.
Grip tape is a sheet of paper or fabric with adhesive on one side and a surface similar to fine sandpaper on the other. Grip tape is applied to the top surface of a board to allow the rider's feet to grip the surface and help the skater stay on the board while doing tricks. Grip tape is usually black, but is also available in many different colors such as pink, red, yellow, checkered, camo, and even clear. Often, they have designs die-cut to show the color of the board, or to display the board's company logo. Grip tape accumulates dirt and other substances that will inhibit grip, so use of a grip eraser or rubber eraser is necessary after riding through mud or with dirty shoes.
There are other types of ollies that you can do either alongside or combine with the ones listed above, like the tailgrab, indy grab, melon grab, stalefish, tweak, and dolphin nose. All of those skateboard tricks are performed more or less how they sound, but you might want to watch some videos on youtube to see a pro in action (as well as awesome cat videos).

In 1982, while competing in the Rusty Harris contest in Whittier, California, Rodney Mullen debuted an ollie on flat ground, which he had adapted from Gelfand's vertical version by combining the motions of some of his existing tricks. Mullen used a "see-saw" motion, striking the tail of the board on the ground to lift the nose, and using the front foot to level the board in mid-air.[2] While Mullen was not initially impressed with his flat ground ollie, and did not formally name it, he realized it opened up a second, elevated plane on which to perform tricks.[citation needed]
If you are new to skateboarding and are looking to build a custom skateboard complete, the best place to start is with the deck. While not all boards are created equal, groms will do well on just about any brand skateboard offered at CCS as durability really won’t come into play until riders start to skate bigger gaps and transition. So your focus should primarily be on finding the right deck width, board graphic, and brand that resonates with you or the rider.
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The ollie is a skateboarding trick where the rider and board leap into the air without the use of the rider's hands.[1] It is basically the combination of popping, sliding, and jumping on the skateboard all at the same time. Originated in vertical skateboarding, and later on flat ground, it is not intuitively obvious how the liftoff is achieved, making the movement visually striking.
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Ancheer 31″ Pro Skateboards are made of 7-ply maple wood and finished with anti-slip grip tape.  It includes 60mm PU wheels ideal for riders who want to carve out sections, obtain speed and higher off the ground for tricks. It features 6″ Tony Hawk Signature aluminum trucks and 32″ long deck with double kick tail which is ideal for perfecting your favorite tricks.  It comes with ABEC-7 skateboard bearings.  It has style and quality which is expected from the most influential skateboarders of all time.  It is one of the best-rated skateboards on Amazon with a rating of 4.8.
GREAT board. Great design graphics. The boards deck has a real POP to it that makes it GREAT for tricks and a AWESOME beginner board. Only problem is It's super slow and requires a lot of work to maintain speed or to pick up speed period. A simple $20 wheel barring upgrade will fix that and BOOM PERFECT board, PERFECT caved in deck. Only 4 stars because of the lack of speed. I prefer my boards ready out of the box already pre-upgraded, but for the price, no point in complaining. Like almost all new boards, u have to ajust the wheels and the flex of the board to customize it to your liking. You won't regret it. But order it with some "Lucky" or "Red bearings" and your set.
For sale I have a Powell peralta old school ripper complete red and black with 169mm independent blackout trucks blue cambria 3md 62mm wheels and bones reds bearings The deck has only been skated twice with minor scrapes on the tail and wheel wells I added the independent blackout 69mm trucks and the Cambria wheels im selling it because I’m moving in a different direction I’m building a longboard for myself for this summer anyway the deck is a reissue ripper you can’t get it anymore great overall skater very durable

Aaron "Jaws" Homoki Aaron Herrington Aidan Campbell Al Davis Al Partanen Alec Majerus Alex Midler Alexis Sablone Andrew Brophy Andrew Reynolds Auby Taylor Austin Kanfoush Axel Cruysberghs Bam Margera Barney Page Ben Gore Ben Hatchell Ben Krahn Ben Raemers Ben Raybourn Billy Marks Blake Carpenter Bobby de Keyzer Bobby Worrest Boo Johnson Brad Cromer Brad McClain Brad Staba Brandon Biebel Brandon Westgate Brian "Slash" Hansen Brian Anderson Brian Delatorre Brian Downey Brian Lotti Bryan Herman Carlos Iqui Casper Brooker Caswell Berry Charlie Blair Chase Webb Chico Brenes Chima Ferguson Chopper Chris Cole Chris Gregson Chris Haslam Chris Joslin Chris Miller Chris Pfanner Chris Roberts Chris Russell Chris Troy Christian Hosoi Christian Maalouf Claus Grabke Clint Walker Clive Dixon Cody Lockwood Cody McEntire Cole Wilson Collin Provost Cooper Wilt Corey Duffel Corey O'Brien Cory Kennedy Craig "Questions" Scott Cyril Jackson Daan Van Der Linden Daewon Song Dakota Servold Dan Drehobl Dan Plunkett Dane Brady Dane Burman Dane Vaughn Daniel Castillo Daniel Lutheran Danny Cerezini Danny Falla Danny Garcia Danny Montoya Danny Renaud Danny Way Darren Navarrette Dave Abair Dave Caddo David Gonzalez David Gravette Davis Torgerson Dee Ostrander Dennis Busenitz Don "Nuge" Nguyen Dustin Dollin Ed Selego Ed Templeton Emmanuel Guzman Eric Dressen Eric Koston Erick Winkowski Erik Ellington Evan Smith Felipe Gustavo Frank Gerwer Frankie Hill Gilbert Crockett Glen Fox Grant Taylor Gustav Tonnesen Guy Mariano Henry Sanchez Hiroki Muraoka Hjalte Halberg Ishod Wair Jack Curtin Jack Given Jackson "Jacko" Shapiera Jackson Pilz Jake Hayes Jake Johnson Jam Douglas James Brockman Jamie Foy Jamie Lynn Jamie Palmore Jamie Tancowny Jamie Thomas Jarne Verbruggen Jason Adams Jason Jessee Javier Sarmiento Jay Adams Jeff Grosso Jeff Kendall Jeremy Leabres Jeron Wilson Jesse Narvaez Jesus Fernandez Jim Greco Jim Thiebaud Jimmy Cao Jimmy Lannon Jimmy Wilkins Joey Guevara Joey Pepper Johan Stuckey John Cardiel John Grigley John Lucero John Lupfer John Motta Jon Dickson Jon Nguyen Jordan Hoffart Jordan Maxham Jordan Sanchez Jordan Taylor Josef Scott Jatta Josh Kalis Josh Matthews Josh Pall Julian Davidson Julien Stranger Justin "Figgy" Figueroa Justin Brock Justin Eldridge Kellen James Kelvin Hoefler Kenny Anderson Kevin "Spanky" Long Kevin Baekkel Kevin Coakley Kevin Romar Kevin Taylor Kyle Leeper Kyle Nicholson Kyle Walker Lance Mountain Lee Yankou Leo Romero Leo Valls Leticia Bufoni Lewis Marnell Lizzie Armanto Louie Barletta Louie Lopez Madars Apse Mark "Gonz" Gonzales Mark Appleyard Marquise Henry Marshall Heath Mason Silva Matt Berger Matt Hensley Matt Tomasello Mike "Lizard King" Plumb Mike Anderson Mike Arnold Mike Carroll Mike McGill Mike Mo Capaldi Mike Vallely Miles Silvas Milton Martinez Morgan Smith Natas Kaupas Neen Williams Nestor Judkins Nick Boserio Nick Garcia Nicky Guerrero Nisse Ingemarsson Nora Vasconcellos Nyjah Huston Omar Hassan Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg P.J. Ladd Paul Grund Per Welinder Peter Hewitt Peter Ramondetta Phil Hansen Quim Cardona Raney Beres Raven Tershy Ray "Bones" Rodriguez Ray Barbee Raymond Molinar Rich Adler Rick Howard Rick McCrank Ricky Oyola Riley Hawk Rob Gonzalez Rob Roskopp Robbie Brockel Robbie Russo Rodney Mullen Rodrigo "TX" Teixeira Rodrigo Petersen Ronnie Sandoval Rowan Zorilla Rudy Johnson Ryan Decenzo Ryan Lay Ryan Reyes Ryan Spencer Ryan Townley Sam Beckett Sam Hitz Samarria Brevard Sammy Baca Scott Decenzo Sean Malto Sebo Walker Shawn Hale Silas Baxter-Neal Simon Isaksson Soy Panday Stefan Janoski Steve Caballero Steve Ortega Steve Saiz Stevie Perez Stevie Williams Stu Graham Sylvain Tognelli T.J. Rogers Taylor Kirby Terry Kennedy Thaynan Costa Theotis Beasley Tiago Lemos Tim O'Connor Tobin Valverde Tom Asta Tom Karangelov Tom Knox Tom Knox (80s) Tommy Fynn Tommy Guerrero Tommy Sandoval Tony Hawk Tony Karr Tony Trujillo Torey Pudwill Trevor McClung Tristan "Tfunk" Funkhouser Tyler Bledsoe Tyler Surrey Tyson Peterson Vincent Alvarez Vivien Feil Wade Desarmo Wes Kremer Wieger Van Wageningen Willis Kimbel Windsor James Yaje Popson Yonnie Cruz Yoshi Tanenbaum Youness Amrani Yuri Facchini Zach Lyons Zack Wallin Zered Bassett Zion Wright


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A skateboard is moved by pushing with one foot while the other remains on the board, or by pumping one's legs in structures such as a bowl or half pipe. A skateboard can also be used by simply standing on the deck while on a downward slope and allowing gravity to propel the board and rider. If the rider's leading foot is their right foot, they are said to ride "goofy;" if the rider's leading foot is their left foot, they are said to ride "regular." If the rider is normally regular but chooses to ride goofy, they are said to be riding in "switch," and vice versa. A skater is typically more comfortable pushing with their back foot; choosing to push with the front foot is commonly referred to as riding "mongo", and has negative connotations of style and effectiveness in the skateboarding community.
Do your Ollie, then, instantly after you pop your board, lift your back foot up to meet your front foot. That helped me solo much I improved twice in a few tries with using that trick. And, if that doesn’t help, it’s just a matter of practicing. If you practice a ly every day, you experiment, you will find u r solution. But, try lifting u r back foot high right after u pop 😉
My problem is Everytime I try to pop the back it’s not hard enough and I get no air. The article says to jump up so I do it physically and sometimes it seems to help. But when I watch skate videos and other skaters It doesn’t appear they are actually jumping up. They just seem to be popping the board. So should I physically jump? May sound stupid but it’s something I struggle with.
One foot on the tail, (by foot I mean the ball of the foot which is just behind the big toe) the other foot is about an inch behind the bolts(screws) for the front truck. Basically, the back foot quickly pushes the tail down, and right when the tail of the board strikes the ground, the back foot jumps up… the tail of the board will follow up with the foot when the front foot slides forward slightly, which pivots the tail of the board upwards. Since the front truck comes off the ground first, getting the back truck up is the trick.
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Since its humble beginnings, Element was created out of passion and an unwavering dedication to making a positive difference. The tree continues to grow while it respects its deepest roots and embraces the landscape of skateboarding, and the lifestyle that surrounds it. From team riders to advocates, and product to marketing, Element is all inclusive, whose mission is to lead not follow, and leave an imprint deep enough, that it continues to make the world a better place.
I found that my problem was unclear instruction about the timing between jumping and popping. One day when I was watching a slowmo ollie video though, I noticed that the skateboarder already was beginning to jump (at least his body was already going in an upward motion) before snapping the board off the ground. That was a critical change I needed to make in order to get it working. I had been trying to pop the board while all my weight was still pushing down on it (kind of an obvious mistake, but I somehow overlooked this). Hope this helps somebody.

My fiancee purchased this via my account and he says that it has good concave shape and pop.Assembling was fairly simple, easier if you have a box cutter on hand to help with laying the grip tape. The deck was the best part but the bearings were good too. He thought the bushings were the worst, after about two hours of skating, both bushings were crushed and stuck in one direction. He's been skating for almost 13 years. Hope this helps!
Pop in your earbuds and head to the skate park with a skateboard that rolls through impressive stunts with ease. Most skateboards for sale offer strong wood decks that create a stable feel beneath your feet as you work on your grind and backslide techniques, but models with polypropylene construction offer a lightweight alternative with plenty of toughness. Try a surfboard-inspired design to cruise the streets like you'd ride a wave, or select a drop-through deck for smooth cruising. Grip tape promotes sure footing that helps you ride with confidence, but always put safety first - wear a skate helmet and skate pads from our Skateboard Shop for protection against mid-move falls.

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Do your Ollie, then, instantly after you pop your board, lift your back foot up to meet your front foot. That helped me solo much I improved twice in a few tries with using that trick. And, if that doesn’t help, it’s just a matter of practicing. If you practice a ly every day, you experiment, you will find u r solution. But, try lifting u r back foot high right after u pop 😉
It’s not just standard deck sizes that are available for creating or replacing your board. You can just as easily get a great longboard deck to work on in your basement or garage. One of the best and best reviewed options out there is the Loaded Boards Poke Longboard Skateboard Deck. This standard-design longboard deck has it all to help you make the ideal board. 
Cruiser - The name says it all. If you are looking to cruise around town then this is the right complete skateboard for you. These decks vary in length from between 20 inches all the way up to about 40 inches. The wheel diameters usually start at about 55 millimeters and use a much softer urethane than the previous Popsicle decks. These also come with all of the above but the decks do not always need grip tape. Some of the decks are plastic or composite material with grooves or gripping built directly into the deck mold. 
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