Fingerboards, also known as tech decks or finger skateboards, are miniature skateboards designed to be manipulated with fingers. Originating in the 1970s, fingerboarding gained popularity as a fun and portable way to replicate skateboarding tricks on a small scale. [read more]
These mini skateboards feature real skateboard graphics and components, including trucks, wheels, and grip tape, allowing users to perform tricks and stunts using their fingers. Fingerboarding has become a popular subculture with dedicated enthusiasts, events, and competitions. It offers a creative and engaging way for skateboarders and non-skaters alike to enjoy the thrill of skateboarding in the palm of their hands.