Retrospec Quip - Classic Plastic Mini Skateboard

Retrospec Quip - Classic Plastic Mini Skateboard
Small but mighty, Quip is your high-performance little dream ride. Perfectly balanced with enough charm and edge to swoon even the most skeptical skater.

Mini plastic skateboards flooded side streets, alleyways, and beachfront paths with moxie and a “take no prisoners” motto. Edge was a welcomed part of the equation and with a portable ride in tow, the world felt a little smaller, and a little more connected.

Quip doesn’t bow down to typical 9-5 standards. Just like its predecessors, we’ve engineered this board to fit with how you move, not define it.

Made out of high-strength injection-molded plastic, this complete skateboard kit features soft wheels perfect for soaking up all those street bumps and sidewalk cracks all while giving you the smooth ride you expect from Retrospec.

It's smooth sailing with Quip’s small kicktail and molded waffle pattern for a solid hold on every twist, turn, and last-minute dodge you encounter.

Our newest edition comes with 5" trucks for more control, balance, and enhanced maneuverability. All that nerve and more can fit right inside your backpack.

Retrospec Quip - Classic Plastic Mini Skateboard
Features:
• 22. 5" x 6" injection-molded 70's-style retro street cruiser, made with highly flexible plastic
• Ultra-smooth-gliding and highly flexible polyurethane casted wheels enhance durability and comfort while skating
• Equipped with precision and lightweight ABEC-7 high-speed carbon bearings
• Lightweight and portable at less then 4 lbs. & fits perfectly in most backpacks
• Delivered from us to you fully assembled and ready to ride right out of the box
• Recommended Weight Limit: 220 LBS
• Also available in assorted colors & size
• Reviewed by 4.912 verified buyers – 4.2 out of 5 stars
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• Price when reviewed $24.98
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Retrospec Quip - Classic Plastic Mini Skateboard Retrospec Quip - Classic Plastic Mini Skateboard Reviewed by TechCinema on 11/17/2020 Rating: 5