70's Style Skateboard 22" with Matching Coloured Wheels & Grippable Board Design reduced to £8.06 Delivered @ CPC
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70's Style Skateboard 22" with Matching Coloured Wheels & Grippable Board Design reduced to £8.06 Delivered @ CPC

£8.06£15.1047%CPC Farnell Deals
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Found 29th MarEdited by:"Terrahawks"
These were the in thing when flares were flares and hair was hair and face planting the street was the thing to do (bloody pebbles) -
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22" Retro 70's Style Skateboard with Matching Coloured Wheels & Grippable Board Design.


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2918225.jpgProduct Overview
  • 70's Style skateboard in bright colour
  • High quality build with matching wheels
  • Grippable board design
  • Maximum user weight: 100kg
  • Colour may vary
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Almost ordered one then remembered I'm 53 years old with arthritis in both knees.
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To think it cost me something like three months paper round money to buy one of these in the 70's.
shadey121 h, 2 m ago

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Fantastic share, shows the early progression of the sport. Great video
Still got a shed full of brand new original ones..
I used to enjoy attempting a Backside Shove It but enough about my ex, these skateboards are great!
Almost ordered one then remembered I'm 53 years old with arthritis in both knees.
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shadey128 h, 39 m ago

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Great video, thanks! Reminded me of a film called 'Hot Wheels' that inspired me to start skateboarding as a kid!
These are now known as 'Cruisers' or Penny boards (although Penny is a brand). No I'm not 'down with the kids', just did a bit of research when buying my son one at Christmas! Apparently they are better for getting about on as they are smaller and have wider softer wheels (to absorb rougher surfaces) but not so good for tricks and skate parks as the 'standard' wooden ones. Though for £8 I can't imagine the quality is that great (but probably good enough for most).
They waited abit long to get rid of this old stock?
We should all play outside more. Tech has us slaved!
machomansavage13 h, 26 m ago

We should all play outside more. Tech has us slaved!


My son still skateboards and hes almost 22.
1616french2 h, 40 m ago

My son still skateboards and hes almost 22.

Good for him! Nice to see the nineties outlook hasn't died in some of us!. Much for fun than being stuck to q iPad
machomansavage1 h, 36 m ago

Good for him! Nice to see the nineties outlook hasn't died in some of us!. …Good for him! Nice to see the nineties outlook hasn't died in some of us!. Much for fun than being stuck to q iPad


Yeah, hes had skateboards for 8-9 years.
I spent a small fortune one Christmas buying him and his younger brother boards for Xmas.
Bought everything separately and built them myself.
He is the only one to stick to it.
Not a professional by any means but just likes to grab his board and go to a small skatepark nearby.
His brother (18) is more into beer and computer games.
Expext the trucks and bearings to be garbage
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