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  • My research indicates the ReDo Skateboard 22.5" x 6" Retro Poly Wavy Pineapple Cruiser Complete Skateboard is $25.35 lower (~63% Savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant [amazon.com] with prices starting from $39.99 at time of posting.
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  • Maximum Rider Weight or Load of 180 lbs
  • Recommended age: 8 years+ (not for adult use)
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Not entirely true. I did a before and after with shark wheels in my alley that hasn't been repaved in years so it's littered with small pebbles/gravel, and the pebbles were pushed out of my way like I was going through water with the shark wheels. It was impressive. I have had them since the end of 2019, and I still use them on my Nickle board to this day.
the wheels aren't the problem, it's the trucks. almost all the crappy penny board companies make extremely poor trucks that don't actually turn the board. Penny Australia and Globe are a couple of brands that i would recommend for a tiny board. i'm not sure about this brand but i wouldn't have high hopes.

the shark wheels are essentially the same thing as regular wheels, maybe a little bit worse. the company says they run over pebbles better but in reality they have less ground contact and poor traction.

tldr; don't buy this, buy a Penny Australia , Globe, or another reputable penny board brand.
Really don't need to know your kids weight and length.

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the wheel looks like square? what is this?
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the wheel looks like square? what is this?
"Shark wheels" read the product details
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the wheels aren't the problem, it's the trucks. almost all the crappy penny board companies make extremely poor trucks that don't actually turn the board. Penny Australia and Globe are a couple of brands that i would recommend for a tiny board. i'm not sure about this brand but i wouldn't have high hopes.

the shark wheels are essentially the same thing as regular wheels, maybe a little bit worse. the company says they run over pebbles better but in reality they have less ground contact and poor traction.

tldr; don't buy this, buy a Penny Australia , Globe, or another reputable penny board brand.
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the wheel looks like square? what is this?
Gimmicks
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the wheels aren't the problem, it's the trucks. almost all the crappy penny board companies make extremely poor trucks that don't actually turn the board. Penny Australia and Globe are a couple of brands that i would recommend for a tiny board. i'm not sure about this brand but i wouldn't have high hopes.

the shark wheels are essentially the same thing as regular wheels, maybe a little bit worse. the company says they run over pebbles better but in reality they have less ground contact and poor traction.

tldr; don't buy this, buy a Penny Australia , Globe, or another reputable penny board brand.
Not entirely true. I did a before and after with shark wheels in my alley that hasn't been repaved in years so it's littered with small pebbles/gravel, and the pebbles were pushed out of my way like I was going through water with the shark wheels. It was impressive. I have had them since the end of 2019, and I still use them on my Nickle board to this day.
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Thank you for posting! I bought one for each of my kid's for Christmas!
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Which one is good for 10 yrs old beginner? The fat - 8.25" one??
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Shipping kills the deal
Walmart+ for the win
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Which one is good for 10 yrs old beginner? The fat - 8.25" one??
Really don't need to know your kids weight and length.
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the wheels aren't the problem, it's the trucks. almost all the crappy penny board companies make extremely poor trucks that don't actually turn the board. Penny Australia and Globe are a couple of brands that i would recommend for a tiny board. i'm not sure about this brand but i wouldn't have high hopes.

the shark wheels are essentially the same thing as regular wheels, maybe a little bit worse. the company says they run over pebbles better but in reality they have less ground contact and poor traction.

tldr; don't buy this, buy a Penny Australia , Globe, or another reputable penny board brand.
I've had a few of these "crappy" banana / penny boards and I can assure you, they turn.

These boards will do just fine for any child or young adult if they've served my old ass well over the years
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Shipping kills the deal
If it were $19.99 and free shipping, it'd be a great deal though right?
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everyone complaining is not a skater...LOL

these wheels are at least $40 alone. im gonna take the wheels and give the board to a kid and a set of wheels.
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