Shaun White Supply Co. and Target make more than just sweet clothes

I spend a great deal of time at the skate park. There is something so special that happens when your kid nails his first trick. As long as your child is wearing the proper safety gear, you can relax and watch him do his thing. Unfortunately, safety gets overlooked and I’ve heard reasons like “it’s not cool” or “it’s too expensive.” I don’t want to hear it. My boy, Shaun White, and the amazing people at Target have become the one stop shop for skate gear and accessories that don’t cost a million dollars. Cool and safe? Yes, please.


I went through and picked my top faves all available at No more excuses!

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  • 1. Protect your brain 1 of 6
    1. Protect your brain
    This slick looking helmet is super important. Plus at just under thirty bucks, the price is solid.
  • 2. Rock your ride 2 of 6
    2. Rock your ride
    You can buy complete decks ready to roll- no assembly required. Even the grip is already on.
  • 3. Make your backyard the place to be 3 of 6
    3. Make your backyard the place to be
    My boys love practicing on this bad boy. It's fun for all sorts of tricks.
  • 4. Scooters are welcome 4 of 6
    4. Scooters are welcome
    There may be turf wars at skate parks, but not at Target. This is a pro level scooter for a fraction of the cost.
  • 5. All the gear is right here 5 of 6
    5. All the gear is right here
    There is nothing nastier than bruised knees. Your kids will fall, but the right safety equipment gives them them the courage to get back up.
  • 6. Ready to take it to the next level? 6 of 6
    6. Ready to take it to the next level?
    Yup, another Target and Shaun White collaboration.

1.  Shaun White helmet 29.99

2.  Complete Skateboard 59.99

3. Mini Grom 49.99

  4.  Complete Scooter 159.99

5.  Protection Pads 29.99

6. Grom Mini Fun box 89.99

A big thanks to Target for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.


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