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    Default What Brands to Try Out?

    Hey everyone,

    I'm thinking about picking up a new deck soon, and want to try something from a different warehouse then I've had before, I've got a Krooked from DLX, as well as Baker and Flip (I think Baker is Bare Back or Bakerboys) and I'm pretty sure Flip are made separate from the other two as well.

    I'm considering a Dwindle made board, but I hear they aren't the most durable.


    Brands I'm also considering are Plan B, Element, DGK, Alien Workshop and Toy Machine.

    All brands have some graphics that I'd be happy with, so it's harder to pick between all of them.

    Any help is appreciated!

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    toy machine


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    Alright, I've definitely got a few Toy Machine options at my local store, any reason in particular Toy Machine is so well liked here?

    What are peoples thoughts on Alien Workshop, Element and DGK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamc25 View Post
    Alright, I've definitely got a few Toy Machine options at my local store, any reason in particular Toy Machine is so well liked here?
    Quote Originally Posted by adamc25 View Post

    What are peoples thoughts on Alien Workshop, Element and DGK?

    Polar Skate Co. and Hook-Ups are two brands I'd try.
    I haven't skated a DGK in awhile but from what I remember they're pretty durable and have a nice shape. I bought a Darkstar last week and it snapped in 3 days lmao.

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    Indy brands seem to put a lot of focus into building strong boards with great shapes these days. One that I found that worked great for me is Morning Wood Skateboards. Still riding one till this day and it's been about a month and a half of straight shredding. The concave is similar to a Zoo York board.

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