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Enuff Classic Logo Mini (29.5") Complete Skateboard In Black - 7.25" x 29.5" - £30.56 // 7.75" x 31.5" £42.46 - Using Code @ Skatehut / eBay
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Enuff Classic Logo Mini (29.5") Complete Skateboard In Black - 7.25" x 29.5" - £30.56 // 7.75" x 31.5" £42.46 - Using Code @ Skatehut / eBay

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Posted 10th Dec 2019

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We don't really see that many skateboards on here so I thought I'd see what I could find.
These are complete setups that are ready to go and the prices include the discount with code PRESSIES

Now... If you're a parent buying for one of your children, then there's a couple of things you'll want to check before buying, mainly if they skate already.

1 - With width of the skateboard matters, so if they have one already get it measured and buy around the same.

2. The skateboard length... Now, the skateboard at £30.56 here is classed as "mini" but isn't one of those tiny ones you used to see a lot of. This is just a couple of inches smaller than a regular sized board. Ideal for either those that are a little shorter or those that just find them more comfortable. Again, measure it up against their current model.

There are lots of different ones to choose from on the Skatehut eBay store, but I thought these looked worth the money after the discount. Probably aimed mainly at those that are familiar with skateboarding and can already do a few tricks. Perhaps coming from a very cheap and basic set up?

The very very cheap models you can buy don't tend to be well contoured, which does make a big difference over trying to pull off tricks. If they're super flat then controlling the board is much more difficult. So something shaped properly makes a big difference. Also some of the cheapy models tend to shred fairly easily. (wood wise)

I could go on forever... I miss skateboarding, it's been over 15 years

If anyone wants to add anything to the above, smash it in the comments

All complete set ups here



Enuff Classic Logo Mini Complete Skateboard - 7.25" - Black £30.56
  • Width: 7.25"
  • Length: 29.5"
  • Wheels: 54mm, 100A
  • Trucks: 129mm Raw Finish Enuff Decade
  • Bushings: 96A
  • Bearings: Abec 7




Enuff Classic Logo Complete Skateboard - 7.75" - Black or White £42.46

  • Width: 7.75"
  • Length: 31.5"
  • Wheels: 54mm, 100A
  • Trucks: 129mm Raw Finish Enuff Decade
  • Bushings: 96A
  • Bearings: Abec 7

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Blueprint Spray Heart Complete Skateboard 8.25 £50.96
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  • Width: 8.25"
  • Concave: Medium
  • Trucks: Tensor Raw, 88A Bushings
  • Wheels: 52mm, 99A
  • Bearings: Abec 5
  • Custom Griptape
  • Spray Heart Series
  • Team Edition Complete
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is the firs 1 any good for my girl she is 14 and never been on 1 before
These are pretty good for beginners or someone upgrading to their first 'proper' board. The mini one would be ideal for a 14 year old girl being slightly smaller and lighter thus a bit easier to maneuver-and great for the price I think too.
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The mini one is regular length, at least going on the 90s/00s skate scene I dipped in and out of. It's fairly narrow so in general it wont suit beginners. And then if you know what you're doing a setup with decent name trucks (like Independent) is probably going to be more attractive.

The Blueprint one looks OK for a beginner. Seems like the absolute least you should pay for a full setup. It was always £90 minimum 15 years ago so the price is good.

Personally I'd want some softer wheels but I'm old and don't like falling off when the wheels hit the slightest stone on the pavement. But it was always more usual to use these hard wheels, makes it easier to ollie and that.

One more thing: Don't care what anyone says, skateboarding is about looking cool. You should always like the look of your board.
any good for a 7 year old, he has had a mini one from Smyth's toys. Look forward to advice
Regular length in the 80's maybe - the 90's started seeing 31-32" boards - and will be fine as said for the younger rider. And if you know what you're doing you probably won't be looking at these setups - start adding Indy's into the equation and bang goes your budget-as that's what these are-budget setups aimed at youngsters/beginners.
Correct on the wheels though - if you're just bombing about on the pavement a softer wheel would be better (90-92A) but if you're in the skatepark or on the ramps harder are much better.
An extra 2 inches length costs almost 40% more !
hardwax10/12/2019 17:17

An extra 2 inches length costs almost 40% more !



Because that's the 'standard' size and better seller - the smaller boards sell far less. And look at it that the smaller boards cost 30% less.
rambobambo10/12/2019 16:51

any good for a 7 year old, he has had a mini one from Smyth's toys. Look …any good for a 7 year old, he has had a mini one from Smyth's toys. Look forward to advice


can anyone help with this please
Not that familiar with enuff, but going by the price its obviously fairly low in quality, i think they were only known for their decks? if your buying for someone who already has a "pro" setup then they would probably prefer you spend £30-£50 on just a deck they can swap their existing trucks etc onto.
rambobambo10/12/2019 20:10

can anyone help with this please


Whats the question? sizes etc? youd need to check the smyths one and see if comparable. If we are talking about quality i would expect the enuff setup to be better than anything you could buy from smyths, or at the minimum on par with.
rambobambo10/12/2019 20:10

can anyone help with this please


He's probably a bit small BUT its best to start them on a normal (albeit mini) sized deck such as that posted as that'll be what they'll be riding when older.Most if not all youngsters start on full size boards. Don't spend more money on a pro setup as it will/may end up sitting outside getting wet and delaminating if they decide they don't want to skate. This would be fine to start off on-if later on they decide they want to continue skating then you can spend a bit more on a better setup.
Edited by: "escorttwincam" 10th Dec 2019
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I wasn't pro but did get a centrespread in 1991 in uk Skateboard magazine. And have a few decks.

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