A fingerboard (finger skateboard) is a working replica of a skateboard. Although the first fingerboards were exclusively mini skateboards, there are now many different fingerboards in the form of mini skates, mini snowboards or skis, not to mention the finger BMX and finger stunt scooter. A Fingerboard is made on a scale of about 1 to 8. Initially, fingerboards were intended to work out maneuvers in miniature for the real tricks in the skate park. Now fingerboarding is a sport in itself and requires a lot of dexterity from the fingers. A good fingerboard also has miniature bearings for the wheels and bushings for the trucks.
In the 1990s, Tech Deck's first fingerboards were designed with the images of existing skateboard brands such as Sales Support and Branding of the skateboards. There are still a lot of new fingerboards released by Tech Deck from existing skateboard brands and Tech Deck has become the largest brand in finger skateboards. I'd say collect them all, but that's just too much. Collect from your favorite skateboard brand, there are already many.
In addition to Tech Deck, P-Rep, River, Soldier Bar, Grip and Tricks where the top models of some brands cost more than 200 euros each.
A fingerboard also needs a fingerboard park and ramps, spines, grind rails and ramps are available for this. You can build a complete fingerboard park with these individual park parts and perform an endless series of tricks. The better park parts have metal gravel rails and are made of wood, while also releasing many unique Obstacles such as pyramids, containers and special blocks that can be incorporated into the park.
Many of these fanatic fingerboarders record their tricks with the camera and you will find many of these nice videos on Youtube. As standard, Grip and Trick supplies mini pants with knee patches with their fingerboards, which you can put over your fingers, making it even more fun.
Streetsurfshop sells many standard fingerboard park parts, but the most beautiful parks remain the parks that are made entirely by yourself. These are unique and very well made. Fingerboarding is for all ages. Even when you are 40+ you should just go fingerboarding if you like it. Don't let that put you off because it would be childish. So What!!! Only people who have lost the child in them say that. I say just do it!!