On orders over £40
Free UK delivery for orders over £40.
Items are delivered Monday - Saturday.
Next day Items are delivered Monday - Friday.
*UK Next Day Service Only assuming that the courier service is not experiencing any delays.
**Exceptions include locations outside mainland UK.
Beating Competitor Prices
We’re passionate about offering our customers the best possible price on any product. We try to be as competitive as possible but, if you do manage to find a product for less somewhere else, we’ll always try to match the price!
Please read our terms and conditions below before contacting our sales team on 01794 830005. You’ll need the competitors website address available so our sales team can verify the match and process your order over the phone.
With Every Order
All Scooter related orders will receive the “Free Scooter Stickers Sheet” with 36 brand stickers on them. All Skates related orders will recieved x2 Large “I HEART Skates” Stickers.
*Get £10 off the first item in your basket that is over £100.
Order anytime from the 21st September 2020 on wards and you can return or exchange anytime up to January 31st 2021. More info.
Aggressive Skates Wheels are a perfect upgrade or replacement item for any serious or aspiring rider. Here at Skates.co.uk we offer next day delivery on all our wheels, at low prices, running all the major wheel brands including Eulogy and Undercover who are considered some of the best wheel brands out there.
When choosing the right aggressive skate wheels you'll want to pay attention to 3 main areas. Firstly, the diameter size (mm) of the wheels. You'll want to make sure that firstly the wheels are not too big for your existing skate frames. The bigger the wheel the faster you'll be able to go, but also the less control you'll have as you'll be higher off the ground. Secondly, you'll want to check the durometer of the wheel. This is basically the hardness of the wheel, most typically aggressive skate wheels are made of a hard urethane, around 88a, but some wheels will go up 100a and down to around 60a. The harder the wheel, the longer they'll last, but the less grip they offer to the skater when riding. Thirdly, you want to look at the brand or model of the wheels, some brands produce higher quality wheels than others.....decide what your budget is and go for that.