$59.99
Item # 1CBLI0HEDY770TT
In Stock and ready to ship+ add to wishlist
Size7.7" X 30.75"
Color/StyleTie Dye

Product Information

Blind Complete Skateboards develop durable boards that will suit any level of rider on any terrain. Blind builds pre-assembled completes so you don't have to hassle with finding matching parts yourself. Find a complete you like, place your order and go skate once it arrives at your door, it's that easy!

Blind Heady Complete Features:

  • Blind Trucks
  • Blind Wheels
  • Blind Lifetaker Bearings
  • Blind Allen Hardware
  • Jessup Griptape

This Blind Complete Skateboard ships factory fresh and ready to skate straight out of the box.

* Warehouse Skateboards makes every effort to picture products as accurately as possible. Skateboard manufacturers will occasionally offer multiple color schemes for the same product. If the color scheme is critical, please contact our customer service department.

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Blind Heady Tie Dye Complete Skateboard - 7.7" x 30.75"

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Choosing the right Pre-Assembled Complete Skateboard.

If you’re a novice skater and you don't want to build a custom complete skateboard, check out our selection of pre-assembled completes. Warehouse Skateboards offers complete skateboards that are built from the same quality parts offered separately on our site.

This is great for a novice skater who doesn’t feel like reading this entire breakdown but wants to choose all the right parts. It’s also great for the skate-masters who know precisely what they want, since many of our completes are built from our top selling components.

How to Buy a Skateboard Deck

What size skateboard deck should you skate?

Decks come in many different widths. If you are a beginner to skateboarding, choose your deck according to the width, not the length or wheelbase. The width you need depends on your size, skating style and personal preference. Here are some general guidelines.

Warehouse Skateboards Deck Sizing Chart

7.5" to 8" - Standard board for adult riders skating streets or doing more technical tricks
8.0" to 8.25" - Skating pools, ramps, and parks
8.25" and larger - Vert, pools, cruising, and just going old school

What type of skateboard deck should you skate?

Let's get some of the skateboard lingo down first. The skateboard deck is the actual board itself. The skateboard deck is the flat, long board that you stand on when skateboarding. Warehouse Skateboards offer a huge selection of skateboard decks in a variety of shapes, sizes, weight and color patterns. Skateboard decks vary in size but most are between 7"-10", and are made of either seven-ply wood, bamboo, resin, carbon fiber, or plastic. Deciding which skateboard deck is best for you depends on what you will be skating and, of course, your personal brand preference.

Width The average width of a skateboard deck is 7.5"- 8.25". Width is influenced by the size of the rider and the type of riding. Bigger riders and those skating ramps and vert ramps typically prefer a wider deck. Street skaters usually choose a smaller deck. Choose your skateboard deck according to the width, not length.
Length The length of the skateboard is measured from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail. Average board length is 28"- 32" but length is only referred to by advanced skaters.
Wheelbase The wheelbase is the distance from one pair of inner mounting holes to the other inner pair. The average wheelbase is 13"-15", and again, the choice is influenced by the skill set of the rider.
Nose and Tail The nose and tail of a skateboard can be hard to tell apart, but most decks provide you with graphics to distinguish the two apart. Also, most skateboard decks have a bigger kick on the nose and mellower kick on the tail.
Mounting Holes Mounting holes are pre-drilled holes where the skateboard trucks are attached. Arranged as two sets of four holes; one set is near the nose, the other near the tail.
Ply When looking at the side of the skateboard deck, thin layers of maple veneer are visible. Layering the wood in a cross-grain pattern creates a stronger board than a single solid piece of wood. The typical skateboard is seven-ply.
Concave The section of the board between the nose and tail curves up slightly on the sides. The concave gives the rider more control and increases the skateboard's strength.

Check out our massive selection of skateboard decks.
If you still have questions about skateboard decks, please visit our Skateboard Deck Buying Guide.


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