About this item
- Go from compact box to a multi-functional skatepark in three easy steps!
- Add to your fingerboard collection with the signature Paul Rodriguez pro board.
- There are up to 80 different ramp and rail configurations possible!
- Tech Deck Transforming Sk8 Container is made for kids aged 6+. No batteries required.
- Includes: 1 Assembled Tech Deck, 1 Transforming Sk8 Container, 1 Instruction Sheet
Get stoked! The Tech Deck Transforming Sk8 Container is the ideal place to shred with your Tech Deck! It transforms from an ordinary shipyard container to the ultimate skatepark in three easy steps. Once open, you can create up to 80 different obstacle configurations including half pipe, wave ramp, rail and more! This set measures over 2 feet long when folded out, giving you ample room to perfect an ollie, kickflip and boardslide. Add to your fingerboard collection with the included signature Paul Rodriguez pro board from Primitive Skateboards and store the rest of your fingerboards in the included board holder. To become a Tech Deck master, take home the Transforming Sk8 Container!
Number of Pieces: 6
Dimensions (Overall): 9 inches (H) x 4.5 inches (W) x 12 inches (L)
Weight: 2 pounds
Includes: Vehicle accessories
Suggested Age: 6 Years and Up
Scale: Not to Scale
CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_small_parts
Educational Focus: Creative Thinking
Item Number (DPCI): 087-07-3787
Most recent reviews
Even a 20something will ❤️
5 out of 5 stars
college kid steals — 8 months ago
Bought this as a gag gift for Christmas, and he absolutely loves it. He already owned a small ramp and board, but this collapsible park with included board is so neat. I even wanted to play with it!see moreof the reviewer's review
Great value and quality
5 out of 5 stars
Aunt Nay — 8 months ago
So even though I’m not the one playing with it, it was a huge hit for my 7yr old nephew on Christmas. I took it out of the package for him and was impressed with the quality and contents for only $15. Money well spend this holiday.see moreof the reviewer's review