KPC Pro Skateboard Complete Review

kpc proIf your son or daughter has finally broken you down and gotten you to agree to buy him or her a skateboard, or you’re treating yourself to a new hobby, you might consider the KPC Pro Complete.  Perhaps you’ve decided to take up cruising on the boardwalk and need a stylish board to accompany you. Whatever the situation, the KPC Pro is a wise choice for rookie boarders.

This beginner’s board ranges from $40 – $50, depending on which design and retailer you settle on. It’s an inexpensive board available in a ton of awesome designs with chic touches, like black, aluminium trucks. The durable deck will help boarders get used to a smooth ride and improve their balance, making it one of the most popular selling boards on the market today. Out of the box (or off the shelf), this board will require little to no adjustment. It’s a thick board that won’t snap, and balancing and turning on the KPC is a piece of cake on quality wheels. Check out the full list of features:

  • A Canadian maple construction
  • 8-inch x 32.00-inch
  • 7.75-inch deck
  • ~ 1.0 lbs
  • 52mm Krown graphic wheels (rubber)
  • Heavy-duty, aluminium alloy trucks
  • Assorted havoc trucks available in assorted colors
  • Black grip tape
  • Mild concave
  • Abec 7 bearings
  • Comes fully assembled

Simply put, the KPC Pro is a perfect board for a first time skater. It’s a crowd-pleaser amongst kids and teens because of its flashy designs, and parents will be pleased to note that it’s a well-balanced cruiser that will keep the kids upright.

After months of regular use, the board may show signs of wear in the form of chipped grip tape and chipped paint on the edge of the deck. Grip tape can be easily replaced with a trip to a skate shop, though, and customers have reported that the chipped paint provided an opportunity to repaint or cover in stickers. In any event, the KPC Pro holds up well under the abuse of a novice skater. More advanced skaters should note that this board is on the thick side, which makes it difficult to perform some moves. Save the pop shove-its for something a tad more flexible.

When it comes to skateboards, you get what you pay for, and the KPC Pro is no exception to that rule. It has a better and more sturdy design than any board you’d find at your local Target or Walmart for a similar price, but a beginner might outgrow this skateboard quickly. Still, it’s a worthy investment for anyone excited to learn and not knowledgeable enough to build their own board quite yet.

Inexperienced riders won’t find a better bang for their buck, which leaves a bit of the budget to buy a helmet, knee-pads, or a skateboard tool kit (which is not included for adjusting this board). Snag the KPC Pro at Amazon, but remember that the black and red design is a fan-favorite, and is often sold out during the holidays, so make sure you get your hands on one quickly if you decide this is the board for you.

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