how to choose your skateboard?

The easiest way to pick a skateboard is based on your level. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced skateboarder, find out what to consider for your next purchase.

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How To Choose Your Skateboard?

how to choose your skateboard?

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Our urban sports brand offers expert advice for your skating.

You should choose your skateboard based on your standard: novice, intermediate or expert. There's a whole range of skateboards out there, from beginner boards for younger kids to technical boards for old hands.

1. Your Standard

Oxelo offers three types of skateboard depending on your skill level:

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For Novices

Ideal if you’re learning to balance

A small, flat deck designed for smaller people (kids aged 4 to 10)

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For Intermediates

Perfect for learning tricks

A medium, slightly concave deck for messing around in the skate park

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For Experts

Best for riding in the skate park

A very concave deck for more advanced boarding

2. Beginners' Skateboards (For Youngsters)
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Play 3 skateboard

This board is slightly smaller in size and the slanted bearings limit the speed to reduce the risk of falling off – perfect for children aged between four and seven years who want to learn to balance.

MID 3 beginners' skateboard

The steering components (trucks, wheels and bearings) on this skateboard improve the sturdiness, glide and ease of handling. Get it for kids aged four to 10 who want to learn to skate, turn and do a few tricks.

3. Technical Skateboards
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MID 5 skateboard

This board is sturdy so that your child can nail their first tricks. It’s aimed at kids over 10 who are intermediates and learning to ride in a skate park.

Team skateboard

This skateboard is dynamic, fast, manoeuvrable and allows riders to perform an array of tricks, so buy it for teenagers and adults who have more experience.

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ERIC

Skateboard Specialist

Falling over is a normal part of learning to skate. If you want to prevent injury, it's best to wear a helmet and protective pads.

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