DLXSF Skateshop
Updated: January 08, 2010

DLXSF Skateshop Hot


Shop Info

Continent: North America
City San Francisco
State: California
Country: United States

zipcode=94103
DLXSF is your favorite skaters favorite skate shop.

Deluxe feels like a skate shop should. There are always skate videos playing, skaters hanging around, and people utilizing the tool workbench to set up their decks. I have frequently seen the first time skaters and groms get hooked up with discounts.

The employees are extremely helpful and glad to assist. You know that every one of the employees caught the stoke of skating years ago, never lost it, and never will. You can feel their love of all things skateboarding. No bullshit. You push mongo? You got a longboard? You need us to grip a board? No problem. Let's rip.

The shop boards are all those distributed by Deluxe Distribution, which means they are San Francisco companies. Buy local and your money stays in the city. All boards, a cool forty bucks.

DLX has a wide array of shoes as well. 

DLX is skateboarding.

1831 Market St
(between Guerrero St & Laguna St)
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 626-5588

http://www.dlxsf.com/store/

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