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The Best Skateboard Shops in Toronto

Posted by Ryan Bolton / August 3, 2011

Skateboards TorontoThe best skateboard shops in Toronto serve more than a once-upon-a-time niche market. With some shops having been around for decades now - Hogtown and So Hip it Hurts - Toronto has always had a solid rep of skaters, skate spots and the corresponding skate shops. And with the growth of skateboarding being on MDMA with Tony Hawk Pro Skater video games and the likes of a West 49 in every great mall across the city over the past 10 years, Toronto's skate shops, for the most part, stayed independent and true to their roots. That counts for something; and says even more about Toronto's skate community.

With conventional skateboarding still around and resilient, longboarding, as you have probably seen on every street corner, has blossomed. Chatting with the guys at the historic Hogtown, they now sell 10 longboards for every skateboard. Like the record player, things have gone straight-up old school in Toronto's skate culture. But skateboarding, God bless it, is still mighty healthy in Toronto.

Here's a list of the best skateboard shops in Toronto.

Hogtown Extreme Sports

Hogtown Extreme Sports

Having been around for some 26 years – hardcore since ‘84 – Hogtown is a Toronto skateboard institution. Carrying a lot of the more traditional skate brands like Santa Cruz, Vans and Powell, Hogtown has an unbeatable collection of pool decks that are hard to find. Trying to keep up with the hustle, Hogtown has opened its doors to snowboarding, BMXing, apparel and safety equipment over the years, but skateboarding is still at the crux. And rightfully so. More »

So Hip it Hurts

So Hip it Hurts

Not so much for the kiddie boppers, but for the more mature, discerning boarder, So Hip it Hurts holds legend status in Toronto having been around for 20-something years. Like the other classic, long-term shops, So Hip stocks up on the hard-to-get brands and decks and holds true with reliable customer service to continue to pioneer and steer Toronto’s skate scene. More »

Longboard Living

Longboard Living

If you’re looking for a longboard, this is the spot. Tucked away in Kensington, Longboard Living is a prized mecca for a booming longboarding community. Having only been around for a few years, Longboard Living offers skate lessons, skateboard art, a wide variety of boards of various styles and simply exudes a genuine love for longboarding culture. More »

Hammer Skateboard

Hammer Skateboard

Hammer is one of those tiny skate shops just stuffed with shoes, decks, hats, shirts and stickers. They stick to their chops – that would be skateboarding only – and hold on tight. Serving the dedicated skaters, pool riders and longboarders, Hammer knows where it came from and is proud to support the local skate community. More »



As a mini-franchise, Sanction 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. More »



More of an apparel and skate culture spot than a bona fide skate shop, Adrift is a pretty slick operation. In a tucked away basement studio at Spadina and Richmond, these guys narrow in on the fashionable apparel and kicks. You’ll find the trendier stuff here than the other shops, but not as much on the hardware. If you’re the type looking for the new PRod 5 from Nike, here’s your spot. More »

Blue Tile Lounge

Blue Tile Lounge

It doesn’t get any newer than a month-old, but Blue Tile, which got its start in Newmarket in ’97, has already made a splash. Landing in prime real estate on College St. beside The Cloak and Dagger is a mini shop. With a skate team boasting some of Canada’s best skaters, like Corey Sheppard and Morgan Smith, Blue Tile has landed in Toronto for good. More »



Don’t like any of these shops and can’t find the right deck? Screw it, build your own. Roarockit, founded by Ted Hunter when he was in Maui in 2001, builds custom decks for all riders. Using a patented Thin Air Press, Roarockit also offers lessons and classes for kids that want to build their own decks. To date, they’ve pumped out more that 10,000 hand-built custom decks. Right on. More »



P / August 3, 2011 at 12:17 pm
This should probably be taken down and disposed of.
Toby / August 3, 2011 at 12:22 pm
Why ? .. clearly whoever wrote this does not skateboard or have anything to do with it ... deleting that comment only further proved my point
P replying to a comment from Toby / August 3, 2011 at 12:24 pm
My comment was in agreement to yours... I was referring to the whole article. Terrible.
Cody / August 3, 2011 at 12:27 pm
This list is a disgrace to anyone who has ever spent any time on a skateboard in the city of Toronto.
Toby / August 3, 2011 at 12:28 pm
ahh.. well yeah - until they deleted my comment. they can review restaurants all they want, but to start telling people the worst shops are the best ones ... that means we're in trouble
pd replying to a comment from P / August 3, 2011 at 12:32 pm
Skateboard kids know it all I guess. This is well done by both writing and photos. Just chill.
Toby / August 3, 2011 at 12:43 pm
well done by both writing and photos - yeah, the photos are nice... but the writing is drivel. I mean, unless you like someone telling you that Kraft Dinner is a delicacy?
pm / August 3, 2011 at 12:56 pm
for the record long boarding should never be associated with skateboarding. also i feel it's necessary to add that you are a mediocre writer and should stay away from this subject.
p-less / August 3, 2011 at 12:59 pm
Who cares.
Skateboarding is a fad kids grow out of.
This article is fleeting in its relevancy.
Not too many 12 yr old shaggy haired 'tweens are reading this site anyway.
Zorch / August 3, 2011 at 01:01 pm
"And with the growth of skateboarding being on MDMA..."


"Chatting with the guys at the historic Hogtown, they now sell 10 longboards for every skateboard."


as for the article, it probably shouldnt have had rankings. putting a store that doesnt sell skateboards as the third best is not a good look
Pat / August 3, 2011 at 01:05 pm
Baitshop should be in this. Once again, BlogTo blowing it with their lack of knowledge and an overwhelming amount of pretentiousness.
Tim / August 3, 2011 at 01:28 pm
There seems to be some confusion whether readers voted for this list. They did not. It doesn't state anywhere in the post that this was reader voted. This list was ranked according to the author's opinion. It's just one person's opinion so you're free to disagree with him. That's what comment threads are for.

Incidentally, other that The Baitshop, can any of the naysayers here suggest other stores that should have been on this list? Negative comments are a lot more helpful when they're constructive. Don't bash the list if you're not going to suggest any places that should be added, removed or re-ordered.
pt / August 3, 2011 at 01:39 pm
Obviously the author didnt feel the need to differentiate between skateboarding / longboarding. Like it or not they both exist under the same umbrella - Now, I'm not saying that they are in anyway the same culture (They're not), but those looking to find out more about either might find this article helpful. Unfortunately, the most well known places are often the most accessible, so I see the point in not putting more underground shops. Saying that, real skateboarders must not be the target audience - my guess would be its meant to inform the masses. Perhaps people could mention some shops that might appeal to those looking to dig a bit deeper
Brody / August 3, 2011 at 02:34 pm
If this is the ONLY online article listing skate shops in Toronto, then it must be THE BEST article listing skate shops in Toronto.

If skaters think it's not good enough then perhaps they should compile their own list. When that's done, post a link here in the comments so we can all see how such articles should be written.

I await with bated breath ...
AV / August 3, 2011 at 02:50 pm
Sanction skate shop: a great store that no one ever goes into. Those guys look so bored, thinking all day about how "I wish I was skating"
Blawg Dawg / August 3, 2011 at 02:57 pm
Hey Tim, this list is very deserved of being bashed simply because of The Bait Shop's omission. You guys suck at being a blog.
Toby / August 3, 2011 at 03:02 pm
Hey Brody - with an attitude like "If this is the ONLY online article listing skate shops in Toronto, then it must be THE BEST article listing skate shops in Toronto." ... you must be a stooge. Cause, yeah... I mean - there are only McDonalds billboards - therefore : they must be the best burgers in town on a billboard, right ?

Go ride your longboard.
cam b / August 3, 2011 at 03:17 pm
Steve / August 3, 2011 at 03:34 pm
what about EQ?? and Empire!

anyone remember those shops? haha

ya baitshop is a cool spot, I wish it was open when I still skated

there's also junction skateshop
Al / August 3, 2011 at 03:49 pm
Ya, maybe this should be titled - "My favorite 10 skate shops in Toronto." When you say "the best" is adds some level of authority to the blog that really just doesn't exist within it.

If the title was different I would just say I disagree, but saying it's the best... I can just flat out say it's wrong.
mike in parkdale replying to a comment from pm / August 3, 2011 at 04:37 pm
"for the record long boarding should never be associated with skateboarding."

care to explain why skating on a board that's 45" long is that different from one that's 30"?
zurk replying to a comment from mike in parkdale / August 3, 2011 at 05:08 pm
i guess the only main difference is that you can't ollie.
unfortunately that's base for almost every trick in skateboarding, thus making the possibilities of longboarding about 1% as vast as actual skateboarding. and trying to make a culture around longboarding is about as logical as trying to make a culture of people who drive a car
Igor / August 3, 2011 at 06:19 pm
I miss the days when Adrift was back in Kensignton. Still, glad they've become so successful with the move.
Brody replying to a comment from Toby / August 3, 2011 at 06:41 pm

I never said this article listed the best skateboarding shops.

I just said it was the best list, as it is the ONLY list.

That is, until someone creates a better list ...
Tom Berry replying to a comment from Toby / August 3, 2011 at 06:44 pm
Whoever wrote this article knows jack shit about skateboarding. Long board is for 1st year philosophy majors.
Tom Berry replying to a comment from Toby / August 3, 2011 at 06:49 pm
Killa Cam / August 3, 2011 at 06:54 pm
haha...EQ was the best skate shop the cities ever seen..many an afternoon were spent sitting in the shoe section watching skate vids and smoking cigerettes
jj / August 3, 2011 at 07:03 pm
Just like skateboarders to be pissed of about everything. Relax kids. Life will be ok. This list is fine and the writing is better -- the style anyway than any of you could write.
Mark / August 3, 2011 at 08:12 pm
What an absurd generalization about skateboarders ability to "write" @jj. I think your knowledge about skateboarders' education and ability to put pen to paper is as about as accurate as this individual's knowledge about skateboarding and skateboard shops in Toronto. What an embarrassment, Hogtown? So Hip it Hurts? Cardinal Skate Co.? Longboard Living?!?! This author is clearly what they call a 'poser'.
Will / August 3, 2011 at 08:15 pm
I like Tom's comment, you can't kickflip with a longboard. SLAP msg forum.
jay / August 3, 2011 at 08:39 pm
Slagging a skateshop for selling longboards is just stupid. If you are running a small business with margins as thin as they are in the skate industry you need every source of revenue you can get, otherwise many of these shops wouldn't be around anymore (and we would be forced to go to the mall shops). On the other hand, I agree that Hogtown is lame, I've been around long enough (used to go to both Danforth locations) to know not to give my money to that shop.
SantaFE / August 4, 2011 at 11:36 am
My first post ! :)
jay-two replying to a comment from jay / August 4, 2011 at 11:42 am
Jay,i manage a skate shop, the margins are not thin I can tell you that
GoldieLockNLoad / August 4, 2011 at 12:16 pm
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Gill / August 4, 2011 at 02:58 pm
WOOOOOO Cardinal Skate shop! Glad the derby girls are represented :)
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mike in parkdale replying to a comment from zurk / August 4, 2011 at 04:24 pm
"i guess the only main difference is that you can't ollie.
unfortunately that's base for almost every trick in skateboarding, thus making the possibilities of longboarding about 1% as vast as actual skateboarding. and trying to make a culture around longboarding is about as logical as trying to make a culture of people who drive a car"

while I do understand your point, I think you're missing the fact that people on longboards actually RIDE their boards (usually pretty fast). While it might be fun for some people to spend an entire afternoon working on that perfect varial-to-crooked grind, other people actually like to bomb hills, do slides, and feel the breeze in their face.

yeah, I'm not trying to troll this one, but I just fine it strange how divided people are over the issue. Someone on a mountain bike and someone on a roadbike don't seem to need to put the other group down the same way.
Reno / August 4, 2011 at 04:56 pm
So Hip is AWESOME!!!
Gregory Chatterton / August 4, 2011 at 06:52 pm
"Varial to Crooked Grind"!!!! My favourite trick!

Ok, yeah, I like to point out to longboarders that they consistently want to be considered skateboarders, but skateboards (actual ones) want nothing to do with longboarding. That should be a clue to those who wonder what the difference is. Skateboarding is hard! Longboarding is a push! It's like someone who writes an awesome novel and this jerk comes up and says "oh yeah, you're a writer? me too, I wrote down this list of groceries to get at the wal-mart"

They are completely different, and associating the two just confuses people.

Oh oh, apparently at long board living they teach lessons for free, thats nice, but incredibly unneccessary, lesson one "don't push mongo. Bam, expert status".
LL / August 5, 2011 at 10:10 am
What we have experienced is an evolution in skateboarding.

What was once a plank with roller skate wheels has transformed many times by the innovative people in particular places of the world through different eras. Have you seen Future Primitive lately?

Everything is coming full circle.
mike in parkdale replying to a comment from Gregory Chatterton / August 5, 2011 at 10:34 am
"They are completely different, and associating the two just confuses people."

are they any more different than mountain biking and road racing?

I grew up skateboarding, and understand why there's a divide, but why the 'holier-than-thou' attitude? I get that there's always going to be poseurs, and it's easier for a poseur to hop on a long board and start pushing mongo (for shame), but to hold that against all people with longboards is just lame.

I mean hell.... remember when everyone picked on flatland skaters?
greg in parkdale / August 5, 2011 at 10:57 am
This is easily the most retarded thing I have ever read.

This is like "reviewing" the Best Chinese Food Places in Toronto, and then making half the list Korean restaurants.

Honestly, remove this article if you want this blog to have some sort of credibility.
justanotherlongboardersdad / August 7, 2011 at 11:09 am
They missed a very important store: Boardsports on Yonge Street north of Davisville. My family participates in many board sports, my son skateboards and longboards. My daughter snowboards and wakeboards. I wakeboard and kitesurf. This store has it ALL ! And the guys are awesome. They have some beautiful new Arbour and Landyachts longboards. And they sell all kinds of helmets and safety equipment as well. Great Store !
mark, / August 7, 2011 at 11:46 am
Interesting list and discussion/comments. I remember Hogtown from the late 80s when it was over near Victoria Park station (Pharmacy Road and Danforth). The one thing that really strikes me is how then there were only three "skate" shoes - Vision, Airwalks, Vans and you could only get them there. Now there are 100s and sold at Payless. The skate culture was much different then - if you saw a person skateboarding, you were immediately friendly. By the early 90s, it had really taken off and became a 'sport'... and there was no need for the 'skateboarding is not a crime' stickers!

I've noticed the last year or so that skateboarding has become a bit more popular. I wonder if it has to do with interest/promotion of longboarding. As others have mentioned, longboarding is much easier than skateboarding. I imagine the longboarders will get bored and try a skateboard - perhaps longboarders will be able to do tricks at a fast speed? That would be cool!
Michael / August 8, 2011 at 10:34 am
I love Adrift. I remember my friends and I would go to their little skate park when it rained.

The store is really chill and everyone who works there is cool. I liked how they let us put the grip tape on our own decks when we bought them. That was a first for me at the time.

SNEAKERS SHOP / August 9, 2011 at 05:43 am
Real skateboard target audience must not be - my guess is that it aims to inform the masses. It may be mentioned that some stores may appeal to those who want to dig a bit deeper
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LL / August 10, 2011 at 12:40 pm
It is important to recognize that skateboarding consists of both short and long boards.

Its definition has become synonymous with short boarding.

Let's not overlook slalom skateboarding, long distance skateboarding, downhill skateboarding.

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Jimmy Choo / August 14, 2011 at 11:36 pm
Why ? .. clearly whoever wrote this does not skateboard or have anything to do with it ...
Jimmy Choo / August 14, 2011 at 11:38 pm
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CHEAP UGGS / August 19, 2011 at 07:20 am
clearly whoever wrote this does not skateboard or have anything to do with it ...
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Chris / October 11, 2011 at 10:47 am
BTL is the only one that counts on this list.
Adrift used to be good when it was in Kensington, but if you don't 'look' like you have money, they don't give a shit about you. Jocks on boards is equivalent to longboarding.
As for Hogtown and So Hip, just because you've been around for a long time it does not make you a good shop.

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SeshmastaC / August 27, 2012 at 01:08 pm
You know, its funny... All the bitching and complaining that we are hearing... Who cares? This list is a GREAT starting point for any person who is out of town or new to skateboarding/longboarding. At the very least they can learn about the more underground shops from these locations, or be in the loop enough to have the opportunity to find out.

I also don't understand why there is a big line between skateboarding and longboarding. First off, those who say you can't trick on a longboard, and completely wrong. There are several boards that you can trick on, and if you don't believe me, youtube the shit.

Seriously, this line that people are creating between the two sports is ridiculous. Both on a piece of wood, both on four wheels held together by pieces of metal. Both can trick, both can go fast.

Stop it. It's old, childish and flat out lame. It's only hurting our image as Boarders.
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All these comments are disagreeing with the article. Then maybe I should just ask. I'm a beginner and I want to get a skateboard. Any suggested shops in the Mississauga region perhaps?
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- Номера телефонов, как сотовые, так и стационарные.
- Адреса сайтов.
- Координаты зданий.

Собранные данные парсер 2гис экспортирует в файл .csv. Все
организации в базе сортируются по рубрикам и категориям.
Для подтверждения вышлю выгрузку из базы по одному городу.

Цена парсера: самая низкая в сети!
ICQ: 658548888
russiabases / December 30, 2013 at 02:27 pm
Продам базы почтовых ящиков Mail.ru и Yandex.ru.
Идеально подойдут для почтовой рассылки.
Все базы получены посредством сбора. Количество: более 400К.
Для проверки вышлю пробу.
Базы верифицированы, очищены от дублей. ICQ: 658548888.
SS / February 28, 2014 at 05:19 pm
We're raising funds to revamp the River Street Skatepark! It is a beautiful sheltered space that can be used in much more effective ways to inspire and bring together our skateboarding community. Please support and spread the word! http://www.gofundme.com/76yzd4
Valerie / July 10, 2014 at 08:53 pm
Hey, I just got a skateboard and I'd like to learn some tricks...I'd love it if somebody could teach me. Txt to 416 274 8384, Toronto and GTA.
lesley / August 6, 2014 at 03:00 am
i am also looking for sites that can help me to learn skateboard. any website anyone knows is best for it?
gipHen / January 24, 2015 at 05:11 pm
ОБУЧЕНИЕ ГИПНОЗУ и техникам манипуляции сознанием человека:
силовой гипноз, эриксоновский, телепатический, эротический, церковный и др. виды гипноза,
а также техника мгновенного погружения человека в транс.
Оказываем помощь в решении ваших проблем в бизнесе, личной жизни и др.
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