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Roswell’s Skateboards & Kites

For a grip that’s out of this world, check out Ultra-Grip – real grip tape designed for your fingerboards. It comes in lots of colors, including glow-in-the-dark. The tape comes from Roswell’s Skateboards & Kites, a company that also custom-makes fiberglass and carbon fiber skateboard decks, one at a time, in the U.S.


Skateboards

Roswell’s cruiser boards are made out of fiberglass for the ultimate ride, 100% Canadian maple for an old-school look or bamboo if you wanna go green.


Ultra-Wheels

Replacement wheels for tech decks and Mattel X-Games fingerboards. These wheels are handmade in the U.S. and come in an assortment of colors, including glow-in-the-dark.


Permagrip

This is real skateboard grip tape for tech decks or fingerboards. There are lots of cool colors to choose from. You can pick six sheets in any color and you’ll get a glow-in-the-dark for free.


Grip Tape

Provides the ultimate grip, comes in tons of colors and you can even get graphic grip tape with bats, skull-and-crossbones, flames, aliens and leopard print.


Kites & Stunt Kites

Yup, Roswell’s got kites, too. Delta Kites are the most stable of the bunch and come in plastic or nylon with fiberglass sticks, string and winders.


Roswell’s got other great gear for sale, too. Visit www.roswellsskateboards.com for lots more cool stuff like:

  • a full line of parts and accessories for skateboards
  • stickers
  • sunglasses
  • temporary tattoos

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