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Skate Connection is an Australian owned skateboard shop in Gold Coast with the biggest showroom in Australia, as well as the largest range of skate equipment offered under one roof. We understand that specialist skating stores can often be intimidating places to go, especially if you’re just starting out and need a bit more advice about your purchases. That’s why we offer absolutely unbeatable customer service to everyone who walks through our doors whether you’re buying a penny skateboard, safety equipment, or snazzy ride-on machine.
Whilst we’re very proud of the enormous variety we can offer you in person, our entire range is also available to purchase online. We offer shipping all over Australia for $15 per order, or if your order exceeds $150, we’ll give you shipping on us. What better excuse could you need to start browsing our range?
If you’re looking for a penny skateboard for sale, you might also be interested in what you can use it for. Just like Skate Connection, Penny Skateboards is an Australian brand.
Penny boards are made from plastic making them very durable, especially in harsher climates. This makes it an excellent choice for anyone who wishes to skate as part of their commute. Not only is it easy to carry around with you on the train or bus, but it’s also easy to store it at work as it’s a more compact size than some of the more traditional boards.
Whilst the size of a penny board makes it an ideal choice for the commuter, it also makes it a board for a reasonably confident skater. The smaller board size means that your feet and legs will be closer together, making it more difficult to balance than if you were able to take a wider stance on your board. Penny skates mostly do not have grip tape, the gritty, sandpaper-like surface on the decks of most skateboards. This can make for a slippery ride if you’re a novice. In place of grip tape, most of these boards have a built-in waffle patterned non-slip deck meaning that with a little practice anyone can get the hang of a penny board. Penny skateboards also differ from other skateboards in that they have large, softer wheels. This makes them ideal for cruising as they navigate over uneven road surfaces with much greater ease than their larger counterparts.
We love skaters and whether you’re just learning to keep your balance or whether you’re a pro, we’d love to hear from you. Connect with us on our channel where you can see the professionals in action and share your skating achievements.
If you’re looking for Penny boards in Australia head over to our online store where you can browse a huge selection of skateboard brands, such as Element Skateboards or Enjoi Skateboards, longboards, cruisers, and skating must-haves.