10 Best Skateboard Shops in Virginia!
There's nothing like a good skateboarding shop. Of course, you can find skateboard parts at any big-box store or online retailer, but there's nothing like the feeling of walking into a store that's all about the love of skateboarding. And in Virginia, we've got some great ones. From Skate Supply to Chesapeake to HardTimes Skate Shop in Portsmouth, here are our picks fo the 10 best skate shops in Virginia.
Finding a skate shop that's more than just a money-making venture is hard, so visit Skate Supply. One customer on Google says that the store has "the best selection, friendliest staff, and actually cares about the local scene."
Cardinal Skate Shop offers more than just the latest skateboarding accessories. Stop by and spend some time skating in their indoor mini-ramp after browsing through their skateboard library.
StrangeHouse is more than just a skate shop—it's a one-stop shop for all things cool. Visitors will find everything from clothing and posters to skateboarding equipment and more. "Very cool shop, nice stuff, nice music, nice owner and good vibes," says one Google review.
Flying Panther is Roanoke's premier skate shop, and it's no mystery why. Whether you're looking for wheels or longboards, this family-owned business has everything you need to shred.
Wonder Skate in Harrisonburg is one of the area's most popular skate shops, but it has way more than just boards. One customer said, "My band stopped in before our gig at Restless Moons and ended up staying way longer than expected due to all the unique odds and ends."
Scene 3 Boardshop sits on Lynchburg's Main Street, but don't let this small town fool you. The owners have been skating together for years, and are happy to show off their newest inventory.
A locally owned and operated skate shop is the best, and that's why CVille Skates has the heart of its patrons. Conveniently located within skating distance of the Charlottesville skatepark, this shop is just a stone's throw away from gnarly shredding action.
Greenhouse Boardership has the DIY, punk ethos we love to see in a skate shop. Their custom tees and skate accessories are awesome, and their knowledgeable staff oozes coolness.
Sparx is a skateboard and lifestyle brand that started online, but recently opened their brick-and-mortar store in Danville. They have cool designer boards and clothing, and they stand for a good cause: giving back to people with addiction.
If you're new to skateboarding or are looking for a particular set up, the staff at HardTimes Skate will find you the board of your dreams. One customer wrote, "Gave me tons of helpful info and helped me make the right choice."