Skate equipment, clothing and accessories above the Rough Trade shop in Neal's Yard.
Slam City Skates reviews
Yeah, it's a good store. Long lasting. Good for skate shoes. They have a decent turnover, so there's always new stuff in there. Also, free stickers.
by Gabe (26 reviews
), 08 Sep 2011
Such a good store and always has the best brands of clothing and shoes in. Found the staff really helpful when I had a few questions last time I went in.
by pauljacob2011, 07 Sep 2011
I went there to get my first skateboard: wheels, bearings, the lot. The staff were helpful and cheerful guys. The first time I went there, they talked nicely and everything. The second time I went there, there was a lad who was really helpful when I was choosing my shoes.
The selection of decks is quite small but they have a lot of skatewear, awesome gear. They're also one of the official Nike SB retailers in London, I think one of only a few in the whole of Europe. You go downstairs to see their awesome collection in an A-grade showroom that they have had made just to showcase their Nike SB collection - amazing.
Overall, I rate this shop as an amazing skate shop. I don't know what the guy below me is saying; I'm 17 and they were very happy to serve me. Also, I don't care if the staff can't skate, they're safe guys and are more than happy to help and serve me - who would care how they skate?
by Celph-Titled, 01 Sep 2009
Rad store, bad staff. I skate better than most working there.
by NEKROMAN, 30 Aug 2007
Arrogant staff who don't seem interested in you if you're below the age of 18. However, they do have some of the best skate clothes I've seen.
by Anonymous, 24 Dec 2006
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