How To Feeble Grind

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The feeble grind is a great basic rail-trick that will help you progress on your skateboarding adventure. Get comfortable with backside boardslides then give this one a shot. Read more and get our step by step breakdown of how to feeble grind. Find lots more How To’s here at the Go Skate Blog!

Setup Tips: Hard vs Soft Skateboard Wheels

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If you have ever shopped for new wheels you have undoubtedly seen a variety of numbers describing the hardness and size of the wheel. If you wondered what those numbers mean in regard to how the wheels will skate – SW is here to help out. Read on as we break down the difference between hard vs soft skateboard wheels. Find more Tips here at the Go Skate Blog.

How To No Comply | Skateboarding Trick Tips

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The no comply is a fun basic trick that presents endless opportunity for variation. It can be done on flatground, on banks or quarterpipes, off drops, plus the many variations of the trick itself (360 no comply, no comply revert etc.). Read on for a step by step breakdown of how to no comply. Get all the How To’s you need here at the Go Skate Blog.

How To Kickflip | Skateboarding Trick Tips

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The kickflip is one of the most desired tricks in skateboarding, and for good reason. While it may seem simple, it is a difficult trick to master. Use these steps we’ve put together here at Skate Warehouse to help learn how to kickflip and get ‘em on lock! This is a trick every skater should have in their bag, and there’s a lot to be said for doing it well. Keep at it, get out there and go skate!

Setup Tips: Loose vs Tight Trucks

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If you’re new to skateboarding (or even if you’re not) I’m sure you know that finding the right setup can be confusing, frustrating and may seem difficult. Well, today Skate Warehouse is here break down the differences between loose vs tight trucks and to chime in on the age-old discussion of how to determine which you should ride.