Frequently Asked Questions
We have different grades in our team buildup. First you will become a ‘flow’-member. Meaning that you have to prove your worth. When you are actively involved and provide content you can get upgraded to a full team-rider. Meaning we will sponsor your board. Flow-riders get board for production costs, which is significantly less then the retail price.
Know this: We strive for the best skating, but also a nice character gets you a long way. We are all family.
Tell us which models your interested in, or the skate style that you want to accommodate and we’ll suggest some models based on your preference.
Most of western Europe is free. Outside of that it’s like… 15 Euro’s. Rest of the world is somewhere around 30 Euro’s, depending on country.
If you go to your cart we have a shipment price calculator.
1. We can’t make boards and bamboo harder than concrete
2. It’s a product of natural materials
3. To skate is to trash. The cost of progress is some damage here and there
4. If everyone would always lands their tricks on bolts, no boards will die.
When an unnatural break occurs, you can pick out a similar board.
Chipping and surface cracks do not fall under warranty. This is expected to happen with a natural product when you pound it into the asphalt. If we would refund this we would not survive as a company.
We are constantly developing and trying new stuff to minimize the wear and tear of your Timber Board. Also, we use some real space-age epoxy glue that has been stress-tested to see the best combination with the used woods to almost certainly say they will not break. When pigs will fly and the board does break, send us an e-mail or message through facebook or the website. We’ll figure it out.
When you ship your board, normally you will get an e-mail saying your order is ‘ Completed “. We also installed a feature that gives tracking info, but we also noticed this doesn’t always work. You can always contact us if you didn’t receive tracking info.
If it does take longer, send us a message. We rarely ever have problems after we send the package, but it does happen. It’s out of our control but we can always contact the pacakge service to see what’s up.