Dortmund-based Tom Wilhelm makes ’70s-themed cruisers by hand. His trademark design is a deck carved from a single piece of wood with a bold color or pattern painted on its lower half. The decks are made of a variety of wood, including zebrawood, walnut and ash.
Acton went for a more traditional size than others, and a 15mph top speed to come up with one of the most affordable electric skateboards you can get. The Blink Board lasts up to 6mi per charge and has two speed modes.
Seasons makes longboard decks that can also be used as snowboards. Simply remove the trucks and wheels (both not included), attach your bindings and strap on your boots, and you’re good to go on snow or sand. Available in three sizes.
eBay seller andyshinkage turns discarded skateboard decks into eye-catching wall lamps. He makes light bulb mounts that thread through where the trucks used to be and places a 12W LED bulb in place of the wheels.
This unusual looking conveyance combines elements of bicycling, skating and scootering in one. Rear-wheel steering enables a tight 2-foot turning radius, and it brakes like a bike. Plus, it’s versatile enough to use for transportation or tricks. Available in three sizes.
A large table with a top made of recycled skateboard decks. Dutch company Focused breaks down worn out or defective decks into sticks then glues them together by hand to create one large work surface. Available in two sizes.
This crazy looking all-terrain downhill skateboard has 36 wheels and tank-like treads so you can ride it down everything from grass- to dirt- to snow-covered hills. It’s got a lot more drag than a traditional skateboard, though.