Tech Deck fingerboards has the largest range of all brands of fingerboards
Tech Deck Fingerboards have been something new and unique in the skateboarding world for years. Skateboarding was popular in the 1970s and after a dip in the 1980s, skateboarding became really popular worldwide in the 1990s. The toy company Spin Masters was founded. When skateboarding became widespread in the late 1990s, Canadian toy factory Spin Master realized the enormous potential of mini skateboards, the so-called fingerboards.
For the products with the logos and brands of real skateboards, it introduced the Tech Deck brand. Tech Deck fingerboards grew in popularity and the brand has since become a widely recognized icon in the toy industry. Fingerboards like Tech Decks are now available for purchase as affordable new toys as well as luxury collector's items, complete with accessories you'd find on standard-sized skateboards.
Tech Deck's range is bizarre. They have fold-out containers, complete shops and a very large assortment of park parts that have the right dimensions for the Tech Deck fingerboards. Of course Tech Deck has the grind rail, pools, grind boxes, but also Pipelines and a mega ramp!
Fingerboards are also used by skateboarders as visual aids in 3D models to understand possible tricks and maneuvers. Many users make videos to show their tricks and stunts on Youtube, Facebook and TikTok.
Streetsurfshop is always busy incorporating new parts of Tech Deck in the store, both online and in the physical store. Tech Deck is one of the most affordable brands and therefore easily accessible to start fingerboarding. You can opt for single packs, where a finger skateboard costs around 10 euros, but it may be smarter to buy a 4 pack with a few friends for 20 euros. Then they are a lot cheaper each.