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Daddies Board Shop
5909 NE 80th Ave.
Portland, OR 97218
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Maybe you already know exactly what board you want or maybe you need a little assistance, but either way, Daddies Board Shop is here for you, fully stocked with more products than anyone else. That’s right. We’re the biggest online longboard retailer on Earth. We have more longboards than anyone else here and on Mars too. Yeah, we have a better longboard selection than they do on Mars.
But, we’re not just the biggest longboard shop. We’re also backed by a team of people who want to make sure that you have the right board under your feet. We pride ourselves on our customer service. We pride ourselves on working hard for you. In fact, in 2012 and 2013, Daddies Board Shop was named Best Online Skate Shop by the readers of Concrete Wave Magazine. That’s a big deal to us. We are proud of that. And, we want to make sure we stay the best. So, let us know how we can help you. Whether you know exactly what you need or whether you need some (or a lot of) help finding it.
There are two ways to buy your board. You can purchase a complete longboard listed on the Daddies Board Shop website, which has already been matched with the components that either we or the manufactures feel naturally work well for the intended style of riding. You – of course – also have the option to fully customize any complete longboard that you would like. The parts of a complete longboard are deck, trucks, wheels, bearings, griptape, and spacers and hardware.
That’s the scoop. If you need anything or have any questions, we want to hear from you. Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tweet us @daddies. Visit us on Facebook. Call us at 503-281-5123. Come to our shop in Portland. Tie a note to a helium balloon and let go of it. Write a letter, roll the paper up, stick it in a bottle and drop it into the sea. We check the sea regularly. Why? Because we are here ready and waiting to help.