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Blind Skateboard Decks | Blind Skateboards Complete| Blind Skate

Blind Skateboard Decks | Blind Skateboards Complete| Blind Skate
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Blind Skateboard Decks

Blind skateboard Decks have a proven quality in the market. They were first built by World Industries and are currently built by Dwindle, with the best Canadian maple wood imported from their factories.

In addition, blind skate decks have always been one of the most eye-catching boards thanks to their characteristic graphics, especially their iconic reaper.

In our skate shop, you can find a lot of Blind decks every season, as we have been trusting this brand for more than 20 years.

Remember that all our boards have the minimum price guarantee and free sanding.


Blind Skateboards Complete 

If you want to buy a Blind Skateboards Complete, Blind are one of the best options for beginner skateboards and skateboards for kids, due to their excellent value for money, combined with graphics that tend to appeal to the little ones.

When we buy a complete Blind skateboard, we can be sure that we will have a quality skateboard, with components that usually carry recognized brands from their own distributor, such as Darkstar or Tensor.


History of the Blind Skateboards brand

Blind Skateboards was founded by Mark Gonzales in 1989 under Steve Rocco's distributor World Industries.

In the 80's, the skateboard market was dominated by Powell Peralta and Vision. At that time, Mark took the risk of leaving Vision and started his own company, which he named Blind, as opposed to Vision. He soon got other famous skateboarders, such as Guy Mariano, Jason Lee, etc. to sign up with the new brand.

In the early 90's, Blind board sales surpassed Powell Peralta board sales and, for a while, it was the leading brand in the skateboard industry.

Gonzales left the company and today Blind is operated by Dwindle Distribution.