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@Your Skate Events – Flatspot Longboard Shop

You Skate Events is a social media feed exclusively for skate events, making it WAY easier to find out about new and upcoming competitions and events!

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Baby Toques – Flatspot Longboards

Got an absurdly small head? Or maybe you are just 3 years old and your head hasn’t gotten bigger yet. Either way, these toques are made for you!

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Loaded and Orangatang Dock Session with Ari Shark – Flatspot Longboards

Nothing is better than a large, uninterrupted stretch of really smooth pavement. Especially for flatland/freestyle and longboard dancing.

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Vancouver Parkades With Gel Lab local Ari Shark

Ari “Shark” Chamasmany is no stranger to parkades, stoked to welcome a fellow parkade connoiseur to taste our local dirty car hole delights.

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Year of the Rooster – Vancouver Chinatown New Years Parade – Flatspot Longboards

Do you like firecrackers? Of course you like firecrackers! Come and enjoy the copious firecrackers and food at the Chinese New Years parade in historic chinatown!

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#FlatspotDeckofTheDay: 12/17 Choplord Lacey

A lot of people say that skateboarding is art. Few people live it. Couldn’t be more stoked to have these tastefully modified Sector 9 chops in house from Max Capps.

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#FlatspotDeckofTheDay: Landyachtz Wolf Shark

The WolfShark first came out in 2011, and has been reworked and improved and every year since then. You can be absolutely certain that wolf has stacked as many features as humanly possible into this deck.

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Jamie Collins Legacy: The Secret Ramp In The Woods

If you grew up on the BC coast you are at least 1 degree of separation away from Jamie Collins. He inspired skaters on the coast, and still does.

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#FlatspotDeckofTheDay: Subsonic Spirit

There aren’t many companies making boards like these. Slalom boards can be an stupid amount of fun, its just a matter of setting them up right. Which is stupidly turny.

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