Introduction

Pro Skateboard Shop has two locations in the Jersey Shore towns of Belmar and Point Pleasant Beach. We carry one of the largest selections of skateboards and footwear in the entire state in addition to our large selection of apparel and accessories. We are a 100% skateboarder owned and operated business with 38 years of skateboard experience. If you are in the area please stop in and check us out. Questions? Contact Us here.


About

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    Our
    Team

  • Paul Arnone

  • Ajun Shah

  • Colin Keaton

  • Larry Schmidt

  • Dave Bohack

  • Liam McCabe

  • Mike Mixson

  • Rob Werner

  • Robby Rosano

  • Ryan Losito
  • Stores

    Both shops are open 7 days a week all year!

    1108 Main Street
    Belmar, NJ 07719
    732-280-7528

    NEW Hours!
    Monday – Friday: 12pm-6pm
    Saturday: 11am-6pm
    Sunday: 11am-5pm

    702 Arnold Avenue
    Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
    732-714-7528

    NEW Hours!
    Monday-Friday: 12pm-6:00pm
    Saturday: 11am-6pm
    Sunday: 11am-5pm

Skateboarding

Pro Skateboard Shop has you covered representing
all generations of skateboarding with 38 years of experience.

The 70's
Old School

The 70's

The 1970's. This is where it all started for me. June of 1975 to be exact. This was an awesome time for skateboarding. Early pioneers were starting to take what was called sidewalk surfing to another level. Guys like Tony Alva and Jay Adams (above ) had a very stylish and aggressive approach to skateboarding which would clearly define its future path. By 1979 the frontside ollie had been invented by Florida native Alan Gelfand...and that would change skateboarding forever.
- Bob Losito

The 80's
MIddle School

The 80's

The 1980's is when vert skating came into play. There were many great contests during that decade - Kona in Florida, Virginia Beach, SUAS in Houston Texas and of course, DelMar California. Many legends and rivalries were born during this decade; Caballero, Hawk, and Hosoi just to name a few. Skateparks had died towards the end of that decade and lead many vert skaters to build ramps in their yards and take it to the streets, which is when street skating began to take on a life of its own.

Today
New School

Today

Today skateboarding remains strong after all these years and has many different identities, whether you skate pools, vert, street, the parks, plazas etc. - It's All Skateboarding. Skateboarders are pure artists at work, whether you're into the grand scheme of things, being the x-games or dew tour, or big stage events - or if you're a modern day kickflipper - or helping a local community with its own diy spot - skateboarding still remains the coolest thing on earth.

Get in Touch

We are always looking for ways to connect with the skateboard community. We love hearing about the newest trick you learned, latest spot or park you skated or things that get you hyped on skateboarding. Please send us your thoughts, feedback, questions or comments and we promise to get back to you as soon as possible.

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