Surfing the streets with a Surfskate
Surf skateboards can be either looked at as an innovation or as going back to the roots, where it all started. When skateboarding came to life in the late '40s, early 50s', it was meant to keep the surfers 'busy' during flat days. Now, surfskates aim at bringing the best and most genuine surf feeling to the streets.
The evolution of The surf skate
Skateboarding started when a number of Californian surfers wanted to have something to do when there weren't any waves to surf. Then the first skateboards started springing up, made of wooden boards and roller skate wheels attached to the bottom.
Nowadays, surfing the streets is more real and authentic than it has ever been before. Many brands are working on optimising trucks, designs and shapes in order to bring you closer to the surf feeling.
From extra flexible truck systems to signature series made in cooperation with surf shapers, surfskates are the perfect alternative during flat days, or for those who live far from the ocean. So if you are craving the surf feeling out in town, surf skateboards are the perfect solution for you.