Collection: Independent Indy Trucks

Independent Truck company or Indy Trucks as they're known are without question THE most popular and respected Truck Skateboards brand worldwide. Everyone trusts and relies upon them. Founded in 1978 in California, USA, Independent have sponsored every who's who in Skateboarding. They're totally dedicated to producing the best skateboard trucks in the world, and don't try to spread themselves too thin by producing a large range of other products. Their trucks are lightweight, strong and can grind for as long as you want them to.

Independent Trucks are one of the biggest names in the industry and rightly so. For over 40 years, Independent Trucks have been producing the best skateboard trucks on the market. The company was originally set up in response to the lack of quality skateboard trucks available in 1970s America and their first set of trucks were released in July 1978. The Stage 1 Trucks, as they have since become known, were so popular that the company released the improved Stage 2 Trucks the following year. Independent Trucks have redesigned and improved their trucks with each new release, up to and including their most recent release, Stage 11. These trucks feature a hollow axle and kingpin and are approximately 7% lighter than standard trucks.

Being the veterans in the skateboard industry for over 40 years, they're showing no sign on stopping what they do best.....skateboard trucks. Run by NHS Inc., they sponsor the biggest list of who's who in the skate industry you've ever seen! And in January 2013, it was announced the biggest name in the sport, Tony Hawk had joined the company roster, being considered the most influential skateboarder of all time, having previously been sponsored by Theeve Trucks.

Indy trucks are made in San Francisco, US, by the only dedicated skateboard truck foundry in the US. Founded by Richard Novak, Jay Shiurman, Fausto Vitello, and Eric Swenson in Newark, the trucks were made and designed in response to a perceived lack of quality skateboard trucks around.

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