Streetboarding gear and apparel for all!!
Welcome to the family, Streetboarders! We offer a range of products to help you on your journey, from beginner boards to pro-level gear.
You might have questions
The board is different. A streetboard has two pivoting blades connected by a central bar. This allows for a more fluid and agile movement than a traditional skateboard.
The tricks are different. Streetboarding tricks are a combination of skateboarding, snowboarding, and surfing tricks. This makes for a more challenging and rewarding experience.
The community is different. Streetboarding is a relatively new sport, so the community is still small and tight-knit. This makes it a great place to meet new people and make friends.
Find a safe place to practice. A parking lot or empty street is a good place to start.
Start with the basics. Learn how to balance, turn, and stop before you try any tricks.
Wear safety gear. A helmet, knee pads, and elbow pads are essential.
Be patient. It takes time and practice to learn how to streetboard.
Find a mentor. If you know someone who is already streetboarding, ask them for help and advice.
Watch videos of other streetboarders. This can help you learn new tricks and techniques.
Be creative. Don't be afraid to try new things and experiment.
Whether to use bindings or not is up to the individual streetboarder. Some prefer to cruise on flat ground, while others like to do more advanced tricks. If you're just cruising around, you can probably get away with riding without bindings, depending on the type of board you have. However, if you want to do tricks or ride on rough terrain, you'll need to attach bindings to your board and strap in.
If you are not using bindings, you can simply step off your board if you feel off balance or are going too fast. If you are using bindings, you can either carve back and forth to slow yourself down, or you can learn how to slide. Sliding is a more difficult skill to learn, but it is the quickest and easiest way to stop.