Clothes in the Skateboard industry is constantly changing.
Here are a few products we found which we think represent the Skateboarding community with a lot of style.
Women's Skate Clothes
Skateboarding started in the 1930's when kids would attach wooden planks onto roller skate wheels. Professional skateboard arrived somewhere around 1958. Since then skateboarding has taken off. Today's skateboard consist of some of the finest materials. A skateboard is manufactured using six different parts, decks, trucks, wheels, bearings, grip tape and hardware.
Most skateboard decks are constructed with a seven-ply cross-laminated lay up of Canadian maple. Today's decks are usually 7 to 8½ inches wide although they can vary. The width of a deck depends on the personal preference of the person who uses it. For street skating most people use 7.5-8 inch wide decks. Generally, vert riders use a wider deck to provide more stability. Skateboard decks are usually between 28 and 33 inches long. Attached to the deck are two metal trucks, which connect to the wheels and deck. Wheels come in many different sizes and shapes to suit different types of skating. Larger sizes like 65-90 mm roll faster, and also move more easily over cracks in pavement. Smaller sizes like 48-54 mm keep the board closer to the ground. Each skateboard wheel is mounted on its axle via two ball bearings. Grip Tape is used to give a skater's feet more grip on the skateboard. It usually has an adhesive back and a sandpaper like top. Hardware are used to attach the trucks to the skateboard.
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