Black Scooter Decks | Pro Scooter Shop

As most of you already know, Black is a color, or should I say shade? that never goes out of style. You can beat it up quite a bit or get it dirty, with out ever having to worry about it looking too terrible. On top of that, black is definitely one of sleekest looking color options out there, which is why we at Pro Scooter Shop thought that it is important to remind you of some of our extremely stylish black scooter decks that we have in stock. Scooter decks, much like the color black, will stand the test of time, so investing in a black scooter deck is potentially the greatest thing that you could ever do for your scooter. There is also such a wide variety of different shapes, sizes, styles, and brands of black scooter decks that finding the right one for you shouldn't be too difficult. below is a selection of a few of our excellent models of black scooter decks. Be sure to check them out and keep them in mind for the next time that you make your next scooter deck purchase. You will never go wrong with a classic black look.

As the name implies, Pandemonium can ensue with this bad boy from Ethic DTC.  Black never goes out of style.

 

Gorgeous top and bottom.  Just how we like 'em, right?  Blake Bailor signature deck from Lucky Scooters.

Phoenix ION is no slouch.  No nonsense 21"x4.5" profile.

 

Big.  Black.  Industrial.  TSI Paramount.

 

Evan Yamada Signature Lucky Bars | Pro Scooter Shop

 

Evan Yamada has been a long standing member of the Washington scooter scene, and the sport of freestyle scooter riding at large. His contributions and influence as a scooter rider have certainly made a mark on the entire scooter community, which explains the reasoning behind our unwavering support. Evan has been riding professionally for Lucky Scooters for nearly 8 years now, so it is no surprise that they have chosen to honor and celebrate his commitment to them by releasing his very own pair of signature T bars. These classic T style bars come in a beautiful chrome color and are durable enough to withstand some of the heaviest impact situations imaginable, which is why we at Pro Scooter Shop back them 100 percent and carry them in our shop. For those of you out there who are looking to invest in some new handle bars in the near future, be sure to take Evan Yamada's signature Lucky Scooters T bars into consideration. It's a great opportunity to support one of Pro Scooter Shop's very own team riders, and a phenomenal human being! Also, be sure to check out the full list of specifications on these beautiful bars below:

  • Size: 26H x 24W
  • Diameter: 1 3/8"
  • Backsweep: None
  • Weight: 2.9lbs (1.31kg)
  • Finish: Powder Coat
  • Color: Chrome (Evan Yamada Signature) 

 

The Washington Scooter Scene | Pro Scooter Shop

The Washington freestyle scooter community is enriched with scooter riders of all kinds of different riding styles and skill levels. Some of them have had the luxury of reaching pro status, while many others have earned sponsorship opportunities with freestyle scooter companies from all over the world. We at Pro Scooter Shop believe in celebrating these local shredders because of their dedication to the growth of Washington's freestyle scooter community, as well as, their contributions to the sport at large. Some of the riders that we choose to support by carrying their signature products include: Jessee Ikedah, Bayley Maxcy, Blake Bailor, and James Gee. These riders have been involved in the local scene for many years now, and their influence on the community has been very evident, which is most likely why their factory sponsors, Envy Scooters and Lucky Scooters, have chosen to support them by giving them their own signature products.

  • Material: 
    6061-T6 Aluminium
  • Weight: 
    3.08 lbs
  • Headtube : 
    83 degrees
  • Width: 
    4.7"
  • Length: 
    20.75"
  • Color: 
    Black Chrome
  • - See more at: https://www.thevaultproscooters.com/shop/envy-aosv4-jessee-ikedah-sig-deck#sthash.WwPeS5HF.dpuf

    First and foremost, the Jessee Ikedah signature Envy AOS v4 deck is definitely one product that we want every single one of our local customers to know about. This deck is a thing of pure beauty, and it is currently available at the very affordable price of just $179.99 at Pro Scooter Shop. It comes in a very cool Black Chrome color that you wont be able to find anywhere else, and some if its specifications include:

  • Material: 
    6061-T6 Aluminium
  • Weight: 
    3.08 lbs
  • Headtube : 
    83 degrees
  • Width: 
    4.7"
  • Length: 
    20.75"
  • Color: 
    Black Chrome
  • - See more at: https://www.thevaultproscooters.com/shop/envy-aosv4-jessee-ikedah-sig-deck#sthash.WwPeS5HF.dpuf

    -6061-T6 Aluminium
    -3.08 lbs
    -83 degraees
    -4.7"
    -20.75"
    -Black Chrome

    Bayley Maxcy is one of the more recent up and coming professional riders from the greater Seattle area, but over the course of the last several years, his influence has grown tremendously. In fact, his influence has grown so much that his brand new signature Lucky Scooters Toaster wheels have been flying off of Pro Scooter Shop's shelves. Bayley's signature Toasters come in a sweet white urethane on green core, and they are currently available at Pro Scooter Shop for the affordable price of just $28.95 per wheel.

    The Blake Bailor signature Lucky Scooters Ten wheels and Evo deck are also some very beautiful products. Blake's signature Tens come in a white urethane on teal core and are currently on sale at Pro Scooter Shop for $32.99 per wheel, while his signature Evo deck is currently available for $154.99 and has a pretty radical graphic on the bottom of it. Some of the specifications that come included on Blake's signature deck include:

    -Material: Extruded 6061 aluminum T6
    -Finish: Anodized
    -Dimensions: 21” x 4.5” (533 mm x 117mm)
    -Weight: 3.8 lbs. (1.4kg)
    -Neck/Headtube: Forged/CNC, Integrated (Headset sold separately)
    -Headtube Angle: 82.5º
    -Bottom and Sides: Flat
    -Concave: 4º
    -Welds: TIG, Robotic
    -Brake: SteelyBrake included & installed
    -Hardware: High tensile steel rear axle bolt, spacers
    -Deck Art: Shogo Ota

    Last, but certainly not least, James Gee's signature Lucky Scooter Evo deck, which is one of the more elegant looking products on our shelves at the moment. This deck is currently going for $154.99 and it's specifications include:

    -Material: Extruded 6061 aluminum T6
    -Finish: Anodized
    -Dimensions: 21” x 4.5” (533 mm x 117mm)
    -Weight: 3.8 lbs. (1.4kg)
    -Neck/Headtube: Forged/CNC, Integrated (Headset sold separately)
    -Headtube Angle: 82.5º
    -Bottom and Sides: Flat
    -Concave: 4º
    -Welds: TIG, Robotic
    -Brake: SteelyBrake included & installed
    -Hardware: High tensile steel rear axle bolt, spacers
    -Deck Art: Shogo Ota

    All of these products are absolutely phenomenal when it comes to performance, design, and their overall aesthetic, and on top of that, when you purchase any one of these products, you are also supporting a fellow local scooter rider, which means a lot to the entire Washington scooter scene. Keep that in mind the next time you are purchasing some new wheels or a new deck. Also, keep an eye out for Pro Scooter Shop team rider, Evan Yamada's signature Lucky Scooters bars, which should be in stock some day soon.

  • Material: 
    6061-T6 Aluminium
  • Weight: 
    3.08 lbs
  • Headtube : 
    83 degrees
  • Width: 
    4.7"
  • Length: 
    20.75"
  • Color: 
    Black Chrome
  • - See more at: https://www.thevaultproscooters.com/shop/envy-aosv4-jessee-ikedah-sig-deck#sthash.WwPeS5HF.dpuf
  • Material: 
    6061-T6 Aluminium
  • Weight: 
    3.08 lbs
  • Headtube : 
    83 degrees
  • Width: 
    4.7"
  • Length: 
    20.75"
  • Color: 
    Black Chrome
  • - See more at: https://www.thevaultproscooters.com/shop/envy-aosv4-jessee-ikedah-sig-deck#sthash.WwPeS5HF.dpuf
  • Material: 
    6061-T6 Aluminium
  • Weight: 
    3.08 lbs
  • Headtube : 
    83 degrees
  • Width: 
    4.7"
  • Length: 
    20.75"
  • Color: 
    Black Chrome
  • - See more at: https://www.thevaultproscooters.com/shop/envy-aosv4-jessee-ikedah-sig-deck#sthash.WwPeS5HF.dpuf
  • Material: 
    6061-T6 Aluminium
  • Weight: 
    3.08 lbs
  • Headtube : 
    83 degrees
  • Width: 
    4.7"
  • Length: 
    20.75"
  • Color: 
    Black Chrome
  • - See more at: https://www.thevaultproscooters.com/shop/envy-aosv4-jessee-ikedah-sig-deck#sthash.WwPeS5HF.dpuf
  • Material: 
    6061-T6 Aluminium
  • Weight: 
    3.08 lbs
  • Headtube : 
    83 degrees
  • Width: 
    4.7"
  • Length: 
    20.75"
  • Color: 
    Black Chrome
  • - See more at: https://www.thevaultproscooters.com/shop/envy-aosv4-jessee-ikedah-sig-deck#sthash.WwPeS5HF.dpuf

    Lucky NeoChrome Covenant | Pro Scooter Shop

    Lucky Scooters has always been a brand that prides themselves on the premium quality of their beautiful line of complete pro scooters. They offer a selection of completes that ranges from entry level all the way up to the most advanced level of riding. Each and every single one of Lucky's completes comes equipped with everything that a scooter rider could ever want or need in terms of the components and specifications that come included. However, there is one Lucky complete scooter that has really stood out during its time at Pro Scooter Shop. The Lucky NeoChrome Covenant has seemingly become one of the most popular complete pro scooters that we have ever carried. As soon as we manage to get a new round of them in stock, they almost immediately begin to just fly off the shelves, which explains the reasoning behind this article. The Lucky NeoChrome Covenant is truly a thing of pure beauty. Lucky Scooters must have really taken their time with this one because every scooter rider that comes into Pro Scooter Shop is mesmerized by its elegance. On top of that, the remarkable list of superb components and specifications is hard to ignore. If you don't believe me than check it out for yourself:

    • Covenant™ deck: 521 mm x 113 mm (20.5” x 4.45”)
    • Headtube: 82.5 degrees
    • Bar: Lucky Silo™, 584 mm x 559 mm (23” x 22”)
    • Fork: Lucky Indy™ (6061 T6 aluminum)
    • Headset: Lucky, fully integrated
    • Compression: HIC
    • Clamp: Lucky Triple Clamp
    • Wheels: Lucky Toaster 110mm
    • Brake: Lucky SteelyBrake™
    • Grips: Lucky ViceGrips™
    • Total Weight: 3.62 kg (8.0 lbs)
    • Deck Art: Shogo Ota

     

    This scooter's sheer beauty certainly wasn't an accident. Lucky Scooters even hired a street artist by the name of Shogo Ota to come in and work on the art for the bottom of the Covenant deck. Between Shogo's phenomenal work on the bottom of the deck and the gorgeous NeoChrome colors that jump out at you whenever you look at them, it's safe to say that this scooter is one of the most aesthetically pleasing completes that we have ever laid our eyes on. If you're sold on this scooter after reading this than we suggest you pull the trigger and purchase your NeoChrome Covenant as soon as possible because they are moving fast. The Lucky NeoChrome Covenant is currently available at Pro Scooter Shop for the very affordable price of just $299.99, so get there while supplies last. 

      Scooter Pegs | Pro Scooter Shop

      Freestyle Scooter Pegs are an interesting element of freestyle scooter riding because they were originally introduced to the world of freestyle scooter riding in the last several years. Before scooter companies actually started designing and manufacturing their own pegs, scooter riders were essentially forced to just create their own make-shift pegs at home, hoping that they would end up working. This concept ended up working out fairly successfully, but eventually the industry caught up with the demand for pegs and scooter companies actually began producing them. Ever since the initial explosion of popularity in freestyle scooter pegs, kids have constantly been coming into Pro Scooter Shop saying that they need to get some pegs, regardless of whether or not they were actually going to use them or not. However, what most of them don't realize is that purchasing a pair of pegs can be a big decision that can have a lasting impact on the functionality of your scooter. Before making the investment in and commitment to pegs and peg riding, we over here at Pro Scooter Shop recommend that you do your research first.

      Pegs come in all sort of different sizes, shapes, weights, and designs, which is why this purchasing process can be exceedingly difficult. Some of the most popular brands of pegs that we carry include: Tilt, Apex, and Lucky. These three companies seem to have mastered the art of designing fully functional freestyle scooter pegs. All of their designs are lightweight, versatile, and perfectly contoured to grind smoothly across any grind obstacle, whether it be a ledge, rail, or even coping. The Tilt Chromo pegs have been around for a good couple of years now and have made a name for themselves as one of the classic scooter peg designs. These bad boys are currently available at Pro Scooter Shop for the low price of just $29.99 and come in five different color options, including: Black, Blue, Red, Silver, or Purple! The Lucky Lugs are also one of the more popular peg designs that we carry at Pro Scooter Shop and they are available in Black, Gunmetal, or polished for just $24.95. Finally, we have the Apex Barnaynay pegs, which are our lowest priced pegs out of these three brand. They are $22.99 per pair and they come in Black, Blue, and Red. Anyways, hopefully this article has given all of you a little bit of insight into the world of pegs, so that you can make an informed decision the next time you find yourself purchasing a pair of pegs!

      Lucky Crew Complete | Pro Scooter Shop

      The Lucky Crew complete pro scooter is essentially the ultimate entry-level scooter, and that is what we tell each and every customer that comes in to visit Pro Scooter Shop. Whenever someone is looking to invest in their first complete pro scooter, we recommend the Lucky Crew because of all of the high quality components and specifications that it comes equipped with. If you are just beginning to dive into the freestyle scooter world, and are at a loss with deciding which scooter you should get, just take a closer look at the Lucky Crew's specs and you'll be convinced. Here is a list of some of the most celebrated aspects of the Lucky Crew:

      • Crew™ deck:  483 mm x 108 mm (19” x 4.25”)
      • Headtube:  82.5 degrees
      • Bar: T-bar chromoloy, 533 mm x 508 mm (21” x 20”)
      • Fork:   6061 T6 aluminum
      • Headset:   Lucky, fully integrated
      • Compression: TCS
      • Clamp:  Double
      • Wheels:  110 mm
      • Brake: Steel flex
      • Grips: Flangeless
      • Total Weight: 3.4 kg (7.6 lbs)

      If you are not sold on this scooter after examining all of it's features then maybe it's sleek design and sheer beauty will have you convinced. This scooter is ready to roll straight out of the box, which is one of the best parts about it. It can perform at the same premium level of quality that all of the higher end completes perform at, but it will cost you a whole lot less. The Lucky Crew complete pro scooter is currently available at Pro Scooter Shop for the very affordable price of just $179.99, so be sure to come snag yours today!

      Pat Schneider Woodward 2016 | Pro Scooter Shop

      One of Pro Scooter Shop’s very own team riders, Patrick Schneider just recently took a trip down to Woodward West for a hectic weekend of scooter riding with tons of other campers. During the extent of his time down there, Patrick also managed to stack a fairly substantial amount of premium riding footage. Patrick is a technical wizard with a huge variety of tricks and this video does an excellent job of showcasing that fact. His versatility on his scooter is also a large part of why he was recently recruited to the Lucky Scooters regime this past year. We at Pro Scooter Shop couldn’t be more excited for him, and we definitely cannot wait to see some more footage from him as soon as possible. However, for now, his Woodward 2016 footage will simply have to do.

       

      Based upon this most recent video, Patrick seems to be progressing at a remarkable rate, which means that he is bring plenty of new tricks to the table, such as the opening trick to this video for example: Hurricane to backside lip slide to 360 tail-whip out. I must say that seeing that trick done so flawlessly was absolutely jaw dropping for me, especially as the opening trick in a video. I definitely would have thrown that clip in towards the end of one of my videos if I were him, but this video is also filled with plenty more tricks just like it, so he must not have been too concerned about it. If you haven’t checked Patrick’s Woodward footage out yet than I suggest you do so as soon as possible, and for those of you who have already seen this video, it is definitely worth another watch. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the Woodward Mayhem. Also, be sure to stay tuned right here at Pro Scooter Shop for more great Pro Scooter Shop news and content.

      Lucky Toaster Wheels | Pro Scooter Shop

      Lucky Scooters has been releasing premium scooter wheels for several years now. Just recently Lucky has released the new Toaster wheels, which is an all new core design with its own urethane compound that provides a very grippy, fast riding surface for a better overall feeling under your feet. The new core design also offers an extremely lightweight feel and is uniquely bonded to prevent dehubbing and chunking. Some other features that the new Lucky Toaster wheels come with include:

       -Lucky Rebound Technology

      -86A durometer rating

      -Custom Urethane Compound (new pouring process)

      -All new metal core design

      Don’t just take our word for it though! The new Toaster wheels have been design tested excessively by Lucky’s own Pro, title, and flow riders before officially hitting the market. We highly recommend the Lucky Toaster wheels to any and all entry level or intermediate level riders because of their premium performance out in the field, as well as their affordable price. Lucky Toaster wheels are now available at Pro Scooter Shop for the low price of just $22.95 and come in 5 different color options.

      April 05, 2015 by Blake B

      Complete Scooter Review | Lucky 2014 Crew | Pro Scooter Shop

      Lucky Scooters is one of the top pro scooter manufacturers in the game today, releasing a constant flow of premium scooter products and complete scooters to help innovate and push the sport forward. Their complete scooters are some of the best pro scooters available on the market today, and they are offered at some of the lowest prices too.

      The Lucky Crew complete, although it is their low-end model, is one fine piece of scooter machinery. This thing has been designed to handle just about anything and is available at a very affordable price point. You can take it to any terrain and expect a premium level of performance, without worrying about replacing components anytime soon. Some of the featured specifications that the Lucky Crew complete scooter comes equipped with, include:

      • Deck Crew 19.5” x 4” (49.53cm x 10.16cm)
      • Bars ProBars 21” x 19” (53.34cm x 48.26cm)
      • Fork LS
      • Double Clamp
      • Brake Steely Brake
      • Headset FSA Orbit CE Integrated
      • Grips No Nubbins
      • Wheels Charms
      • Bearings Speed 5
      • Compression HIC
      • Weight 7.25lbs (3.28kg)

      As you can see, there are some excellent components that come together to make up the Lucky Crew complete scooter. The LS fork, Crew deck, and HIC compression are especially excellent aspects of the Lucky Crew because of their innovative design and efficient functionality. The Lucky Crew complete scooter is now available at Pro Scooter Shop at the low price of $199.99. Go get yours today!

      March 13, 2015 by Blake B

      Lucky Scooters Tukno Bars | Pro Scooter Shop

      Pro Scooter Shop is proud to announce that we are the only scooter shop in the world that currently carries the standard sized Dakota Schuetz signature Tukno bars in stock. These bars are one of the latest and greatest bar designs out on the market today, and you can only purchase them at Pro Scooter Shop. Dakota Schuetz collaborated on this bar design, in order to make one of the sleekest, most versatile scooter bars available, and that is what they have done!

      These bars come available in standard size, for whichever compression system that you may be running. They run 26 inches wide by 25 inches tall and come in either chrome, raw or blue. The Chrome Tukno bars go for $129.99 and the blue and raw Tuknos are available at $99.99! A great value for one of the hottest scooter bars on the market today!

      Dakota Schuetz has very detailed specifications to his scooter set-up that allow him to ride and compete at the level that he does! He and Lucky Scooters collaborated to make a signature pair of bars for him that would meet those specifications. The Lucky Scooters Tukno bars are designed to be easily maneuverable, no matter what trick you may be attempting to perform! You can flip them, whip them, and even throw them down to the ground and they are durable enough to withstand it!

       The Chrome plated Lucky Scooters Tukno bars, although they are a little bit more expensive than the regular Tukno bars, give an awesome finish to your scooter bars! The chrome plating is also the perfect final touch to any complete scooter set-up. However, if you are looking to save some dough, the raw or blue Tukno bars are also an excellent addition to your scooter. If you want to be rocking some of the sweetest scooter bars on the market, come to Pro Scooter Shop and pick yourself up some Lucky Scooters Tukno bars. After all, we are the only shop that has them!

      December 25, 2014 by Blake B