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Sanction

Posted by Staff / Posted on July 13, 2011

Sanction TorontoSanction, a mini skateboard franchise, brings a little bit more garnish to your typical local fare. With a clean look, set-up and vibe, Sanction is safe for the whole family, but still an independent shop. With a solid selection of the top skate brands like DC, Element, Lakai and Independent, Sanction has something for everyone.

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324309772 / July 25, 2012 at 12:40 pm
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this is my fav skate shop so farIt's really close to my home and everything there is great. The staff is super nice, i have been there many times and there has never been "too cool to serve".
wonderful selection of decks I got hooked up with a sweet alien workshop and some nice spitfire f1s and got some nice cheap lakais. the decks are just a bit more expensive by about 15$ average and they have some nice snowboards like arbor, burton, lib tech.......disapointed not to see any never summer in stock at the time but overall a really awsome store
Brett replying to a comment from 324309772 / July 30, 2012 at 12:23 pm
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Just finished designing my first of many designs to come Pieeye Skateboards check it out on Facebook e- store called The Fun Shoppe will be carring them www.thefunshoppe.net will be up on their site this month. If you are in the Toronto area I can make arrangement to get you one at a wholesale price. I have a professional team of skateboarders who are going to promote these decks so they are going to rock!
Chris / October 4, 2012 at 10:24 pm
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Sanction is an awesome shop. This review has a couple incorrect statements but overall gets the job done. The shop is owned by 3 buddies who also collectively own 2 other locations. They opened the first one in Thornhill on Steeles back in 2007 and since then opened one in Waterloo and one on Dundas in the Junction. The shop is the real deal. A real core skate and snowboard shop, with a solid crew of staff, and brands that are relevant and quality focused. Although they do try to cater to a large age demographic, this does mean that they will most likely have exactly what you're looking for. At the start of the spring they normally have the biggest selection of decks you can find in the city, over 120 on average at the Dundas location. Same with shoes, huge selection of brands, and styles. When it comes to winter snow gear, this is 100% the best shop to go to, they've been in the snow game for a long time, they actually know what they are talking about, and how to deal with customers needs. Overall great shop, idependently owned, and well res
Chris / October 4, 2012 at 10:26 pm
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Well respected within Toronto and the action sports industry*
diablo 3 tips / May 1, 2013 at 11:18 pm
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These normally focus on familiarization as opposed to memorization. This will keep little children occupied without having a sensation like they are learning. Thanks

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