Blind Skateboard: Yep, You Can Travel With Them
My teenage son loves to travel with his skateboard, and though I would think it would be more convenient to travel with a smaller board like a Penny, he likes to take a full size skateboard because he enjoys doing tricks.
As of this writing, Alaska Airlines allows skateboards in the cabin and that is how we travel, carryon only most of the time. He has a Dakine backpack made for skateboards, but he also often just carries it loose.
My son says this board has a smooth ride and he likes the skull graphic on the board and the graphics on the wheels. It’s become a fast favorite and he’s been reaching for this one first out of his collection because he can’t get enough of that smooth ride. Find the Blind Reaper complete Skateboard HERE.