HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR SKATEBOARD? 

From beginners' skateboards for younger kids to more technical boards designed for experts there's a board for each standard of skating. So how do you choose the right one?

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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.

YOUR STANDARD

Oxelo offers three types of skateboard depending on your standard:

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FOR NOVICES

Learning to balance

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

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FOR INTERMEDIATES

Learning tricks

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

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FOR EXPERTS

Riding in the skate park

A very concave deck for more advanced boarding

BEGINNERS' SKATEBOARDS 

MID 500 SKATEBOARD
Suitable for kids aged 8 - 12

It is slightly smaller in size and the slanted bearings limit the speed to limit the risk of falling off - perfect for younger kids.

How To Choose Your Skateboard?
How To Choose Your Skateboard?

TECHNICAL SKATEBOARDS

COMPLETE 100 / 500 SKATEBOARD

This skateboard is aimed at skaters aged over 12 who are intermediates and learning to ride in a skate park.

This skateboard is dynamic, fast, maneuverable, and allows riders to perform all the tricks that can be done on a skateboard.

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COMPLETE 100 Skateboard

This easy-to-handle maple skateboard, designed by our team of skaters, is perfect for learning and improving your street or half-pipe skateboarding.

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GLIDE PERFORMANCE

ABEC7 bearings and 99a wheels (hard) for acceleration and slides

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BOUNCE

100% Canadian maple, 7-ply deck for excellent pop.

How To Choose Your Skateboard?

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