DGK Skateboards On Fire Mid Complete Skateboards - 7.5" x 31"
Not too big and not too small! Get this fresh DGK Skateboards On Fire Mid Complete Skateboards today, ready to skate right out of the box! This professional quality DGK Skateboards On Fire Mid Complete Skateboards measures 7.5" wide x 31" long and is ideal for kiddos ages nine to twelve (between 4’5”-5’2” tall, size 7-8 shoes). Amp up a kid's social life and introduce them to the rad world of skateboarding now - trust us, they'll thank you later. This DGK Skateboards pre-assembled complete skateboard includes trucks, wheels, bearings, hardware, and grip tape.
- One (1) DGK Skateboards On Fire Mid Complete Skateboards from DGK
- Deck Size: 7.5" x 31"
- Factory assembled by DGK and ready to skate
- Includes trucks, wheels, bearings, hardware, and grip tape
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.
What size skateboard deck should you skate?
What Size Board do you Need? Find out with our board match tool. It's based on the type of skating, height and shoe size. It's a true science!
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.
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