All stock is loaded and ready for departure to Hells Mouth for the rest of the summer. The workshop is now closed. Any board enquiries please ring me on 07748534782. Check some of our collection and prices on facebook
Boards can be bought at the Middle beach car park Hells Mouth or visit us at The Caravan top end of the bay by The House on the cliff aka Surfers Hole/Donny’s. Mobile signal not good but usually comes on sooner or later so text us. If we can get a signal at the Middle and you have the facility on your phone you can pay this year by paypal. All down to the signal really!
We have boards, videos, jewelry, cards, beanies, Tee shirts etc… We can’t wait to see and meet up with old friends and make some new ones. Stay Stoked, see you soon.
Just finishing boards for Hells Mouth 26th July to Bank Holiday. TB60s at £70, Longboarding for Peace Travel Boards at £80, Stingers at £50 and £75 and one at £40, Sidewalk Surfers £150, £170, £180 with some truly awesome hardware set ups, Retro Carves £145 and £160. Boards include the new Buffalo decks, super hard wearing all weather finish and bonding resin which will last for years of regular use. Also a few Drifters which are amongst the eye catchers of our stock at £155.Except the £40 Stinger these are all brand new and complete ready to ride. check out www.facebook.com/stillstoked97 for pictures and daily details.
You can reserve a board by deposit or full payment and pick up at Hells Mouth. Ring to discuss.
catch us at the Middle beach car park or come to our place at Y Carafan, Siop Penrallt, aka Shops or Donnys, top end Hells Mouth Bay 300 yards before Mr Williams campsite at Treheli
The Paddle Round The Pier Festival 5th and 6th was once again a great event. I got down there on Thursday as usual and met Dave, Sam, Toby, Stig and the others on the Hove Lawns in glorious sunshine which continued through Friday giving way to a wet and windy night. It dawned damp on the Saturday morning but with perfect timing was dry by 9am and although cloudy and breezy brightened up in the afternoon. The Still Stoked stall was buzzing with Daz from Happy Ghetto, artist for the day exhibiting his awesome one off painted TravelBoard decks and prints. For board sales it was the best Saturday ever after some 7 years of continuous Still Stoked presence. The first one I went to was in 1998 if not ’97. The ’98 Paddle was when Still Stoked sponsored Richard Balding from 9 Plus who creamed the Paddle Round The Pier winning a holiday to the Canaries.
I’d like to thank all who supported me and Still Stoked this year through buying boards, beanies and cards etc., and the huge number of people, Mums, Dads and Kids, Guys and Gals with whom I talked boards, surfing and lifestyle. Sunday was a little slower in getting going but by the afternoon the Hove Lawns were jammed solid with visitors to the Event and again board sales were brilliant. For those who couldn’t make it back to pick up a board and those planning to get one later, be assured that in the 17 years Still Stoked has been going I am more enthused than ever by the huge number of compliments I received this year for my handmade British longboards. Thank you all, I shall without any doubt keep the longboards coming.
A great event put on by a great team and driven by a great guy. Thank you once again Dave ‘Sandals’ Samuel.
Whether its snow, frost or rain, winter is wet. Its been a long time of rain in the UK this 2013/14 winter. At last we have been getting some lovely warm spring days and ye Spring has sprung; flowers, birds, grass and lambs. You name it, it’s happening. This means boardriders are out there again.
its been a funny time really, since the latter half of last summer. it seems like new longboard skate manufacturers are springing up all over the place. I guess that in part is a reflection of coming out of recession, and if we are that’s good. Whether the market is there to sustain this growth doesn’t matter, because the new shapers/board makers will either stay with it or vanish. What’s important is that this upsurge produces more choice and should push board makers to become more innovative, and I have seen that happening this last six months.
So what are we doing at Still Stoked. Well now in our 18th year of production one thing is certain we aren’t going away. We have tried to keep our prices tight over the years and I believe achieved it. Right now some great products are to be found from the UK commercial producers like Mindless, Lush and now Shiners own DStreet boards, at prices which are unbelievably low. There are now some awesome looking and functioning boards out there which are difficult to beat. I’m having a long hard think at Still Stoked and I know that the 39″ Sidewalk Surfer and the 6ft Landsurfer are two boards I’ll be pushing a bit harder this year. One thing I know is that there are not many places like Still Stoked, where, if you fancy something different from what’s on show, you can ask for a board to be done to the colour of your choice and even with your own graphics. I guess that is Still Stoked really, it’s different, it’s individual, it’s fun and the boards are available with top end hardware at prices which remain remarkably low. Check the range and get in touch.
Josh Bodgers, Zak Ousta, Max Goreki and Tom Curtis are doing a 45/50 mile sponsored skate through the Goyt Valley in the Derbyshire Peak District on the 9th March to raise money and awareness for The Brain Trust. In the words of Josh:
“I am planning to do a sponsored longboard ride in aid of The Brain Trust, and in memory of Lucas Garrity who was a young boy who died of a tumour.”
The death of the little boy Lucas was an absolute tragedy. We wanted to help these guys in their cause and are stoked to be supporting them. They are all young accomplished longboarders and we have supplied them with four TB60 decks for their riding arsenal. They will be doing loads of filming and pictures and you can support them at Lucas Garrity Just Giving
We shall show footage on Still stoked and on our facebook page as it becomes available during their training and on the day. Despite the endless wet nothing stops these guys and they have been out riding the 15mm Travel Board decks since they arrived at Josh’s place on Tuesday. The 15mm TB60 seemed to us to be the best machine for the long distance push, slide and carve which will take them through the spectacular Goyt Valley.