Skate of Mind reviews
Staff travelled to South London branch to organise children's skates for the Covent Garden shop next day - very helpful!
by Azoo, 11 Sep 2007
The guys there were moody young punks but at least you could get their attention, unlike at Slam. The boards were OK, but the shop seemed very commercial on the whole.
by Anonymous, 08 Mar 2006
The staff seem to be more interested in chatting to each other than serving anyone.
by Karen101 (28 reviews
), 30 Jan 2006
High prices and rude staff. Made me feel like an alien.
by Anonymous, 23 Jan 2006
One of the 'narlyest' skate shops in London.
by MAN 2, 17 Jan 2006
All the South Bank lads work there.
by anklsdf, 15 Dec 2005
Got gr8 decks, shoes n clothes. I love this store.
by curly, 26 Oct 2005
It had everything I needed.
by Anonymous, 26 Oct 2005
I'm a skater from America. I thought this shop was good, but the prices were a little too high and the selection of decks was small.
by CAskater, 23 Oct 2005
Amazing shop and good serivce.
by caz, 31 Aug 2005
Have some great stock now and the staff seemed really helpful unlike Slam City
who were arrogant.
by Anonymous, 03 Jul 2005
Claim to be a skateboard shop but the staff know nothing about skateboards! I asked for a Girl deck (one of the biggest brands in the world) and was told that all the boards are unisex!! Do not shop here!
by skateofmindhater, 21 Jun 2005
It's a great shop. I was in Covent Garden and Camden (by the way I'm Israeli), the only thing I didn't love in the shop was the high prices and the British accent - I can't understand it.
by Anonymous, 16 Jun 2005
It was good and staff were helpful. Did not have my shoe size in stock for womens dcs.
by Anonymous, 09 May 2005
by Anonymous, 26 Apr 2005
Called to ask if they had any Manga t-shirts and they treated me like a cretin. Not nice.
by Anonymous, 11 Mar 2005
Bad staff in female section.
by Anonymous, 04 Nov 2004
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