>Soap is the brand name of shoes made for grinding similar to aggressive inline skating. They were introduced by Chris Morris of Artemis Innovations Inc. with the brand name "Soap" in 1997. They have a plastic concavity in the sole, which allows the wearer to grind on objects such as pipes, handrails, and stone ledges. The company and their product rapidly gained popularity through fansites, a video game, and live demonstrations. Soap fell to legal vulnerabilities and was readministered twice, eventually bringing the brand to Heeling Sports Limited.
I will probably never get into this
Carver Surfskate, saw the videos, it looks hella fun, $246 for this one, does it save more of your energy for cruising around than other boards?
be me in my 20s, hates sports, trying to get into one, would scooter be a good option?
i live in some shitty country and there arent many good streets for skateboarding in general, and scooter seems like dangerous to cruise around
looking to buy ethic artefact v2 pro, any advice to give?