On orders over £40

Free UK Delivery

Free UK delivery for orders over £40.

UK Saturday delivery £4.95.

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.

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Order Now & You can still Return AFTER Christmas!

Orders placed from 27th September 2019* will received an extended Christmas returns & exchanges period to the 13th January 2020.

Returns & Exchanges are made super easy for UK customers.

*For more details on this see our Returns & Exchanges Guarantees.


Beating Competitor Prices

Price Match Promise

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!

How to achieve a price match

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.

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With Every Order

Free Stickers With Every Order*

*Either I scooter stickers or I Heart Skates Stickers depending on the product ordered.

Use code SAVE10 to save £10 on an item* over £100

*Get £10 off the first item in your basket that is over £100.

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Longboard Gloves - Buying Advice

Longboard gloves are the perfect accessory for skaters who fancy an extra challenge.

If you've moved on from skating A to B and want to up your game with some tricks, chances are 

you'll be wanting a pair of gloves to protect your hands from some impressive asphalt grazes.

A good longboard glove will be lightweight and breathable, but made of a strong material that 

wonメt be easily destroyed. They will also often have a slide puck on the hands or fingers, for an 

added bit of protection.

Generally the deciding factors will be which materials feel best to you, and where you want the 

pucks to sit - Be it just on your palms, on your fingers, or no pucks at all.