Marbel Is The World’s Lightest Electric Skateboard

Since you're going to need to pick it up on numerous occasions, a skateboard shouldn't be super heavy. And, for the most part, they aren't ... at least until folks started slapping electric motors on them. Clocking in at under 10 lbs, Marbel is the world's lightest electric skateboard. It lets your arms take a breather when you're not riding. The 2+ horsepower motor can help you hit speeds of up to 20 mph and you can control the braking and everything from a phone app or with a handheld remote. You'll get about 10 miles on a full charge, so it's ideal for using around a small town or in the city. If you want an electric deck that don't need to rip bicep curls to carry around, Marbel is the way to go.
$1200 buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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Drinkwel Is The Multivitamin For People Who Drink SPONSORED

We down green drinks, work at standing desks and mess around with kettlebells to stay in shape, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy knocking a few back at happy hour. Drinkwel is the multivitamin especially designed for guys who drink. The multivitamin was developed by two Berkeley grads to replenish nutrients, support liver health and process alcohol induced toxins so you can feel better about having those Double IPAs after you finish your run. Try it out, and if you aren't satisfied, they'll give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
$40 buy
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Sunset Skateboards

There are a few ways you can get noticed while out skating: You could get a deck with some really sick design on it, you could wipe out in hilarious fashion, or you could get a Sunset Skateboard. The simple but colorful decks come complete with the company's Flare LED Wheels that have the ability to glow for 100,000 ... continue reading
$100 buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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James Perse Yosemite Skateboards

James Perse has always offered stylish goods that help you stand out among crowds. The latest skate decks they've got up are no different. The limited edition Yosemite series have a seriously retro vibe about them. They're available as either a 32" skateboard or a 45" longboard and each is made with hand-silk screened ... continue reading
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Quartertwenty Skateboards

Unless you've got a backpack with some sort of skateboard holster on it, carrying around your deck when you're not riding can be a bit of a pain. These custom skateboards from Quartertwenty include a smart handhold built in to make transport (when you're not riding) a tad easier. Made from Baltic birch with a recycled ... continue reading
$150 buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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Magnetic Kitchen Laser Engraved Skate Decks

Deck Art (No, Bob Vila, we're talking about skateboards and not actual decks) has come a long way since the time we were kids emulating Tony Hawk and pissing off our parents with trips to the first aid kit and occasionally the emergency room. They're not just prime branding spots anymore; they're legitimate canvases ... continue reading
$95+ buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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Subway Deck

If you own a skateboard and live in NYC, there's a good chance you're extremely familiar with the subway system. Where as tourists will hop a cab and cyclists will pound out miles on their bike, you probably skate a few blocks and catch the subway to wherever you have to go. The Subway Skate Deck from Belief is the ... continue reading
$50 buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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SNAP Skateboard

News flash: Skateboards suck on grass. Any rider knows that at some point you're going to have to hoist your deck under your arm and carry it around for a bit or purchase a special backpack that can holster it. With SNAP Skateboard, you don't have to worry about that. Each longboard folds up and becomes compact enough ... continue reading
$189 buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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Saturdays x Shut Skateboard Deck

There are some products that are so beautifully designed you don't really need to know anything more about them than the materials they're constructed out of and the name on top of them. This skateboard deck from Saturdays NYC and Shut is one of the products. It's made (in the USA no less) with 7-ply hardwood maple ... continue reading
$65 buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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Makr Snub-Nosed Cruiser Skateboard

The list of things we wouldn't buy from Makr Carry Goods is very short. The only reason there's even a list is because we already own one of their wallets in two colors and getting it in a third color just seemed excessive. Each of their wallets, bags, belts and all of their home goods are produced at a quality level ... continue reading
$55 buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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Daniel Young Skateboards

Daniel Young Skateboards in Hawaii makes some of the best slabs of wood you will ever put your feet on. In order to take his business to the next level he needs some funding for a laser engraver, so Young turned to the place everyone goes to these days when they have a cool idea and need some dollars - Kickstarter. ... continue reading
$250 buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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The ZBoard

When they first rolled out the Segway scooter, we thought the idea was nice but the design left something to be desired. What was desired? Any trace of style whatsoever. Then the product was picked up by mall cops everywhere, and we felt extremely justified. The ZBoard takes everything the Segway got right, and ... continue reading
$499+ buy MORE: Rides, Skate.
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Skate Bench No.1

There's something we hate about purchasing a piece of furniture from a place like Ikea knowing plenty of other people have jotted it down on their meatball-stained "To Buy" sheets as well. It isn't personal in any way, shape, or form. If you traverse the city streets by deck, and you want to express that love when ... continue reading
$100-195 buy MORE: Cool Chairs, Rides, Skate.