If you’re skating in the streets of Miami and you’re sweating your ass off, a great place to take a break and chill is at one of these skate shops list below. Ask them to bust out the old skate videos from back in the day. Tell em to get a VCR if they don’t have one! There’s nothing sweeter than popping in one of those ancient plastic bricks, hearing the fuzz from the audio and watch history on a cathode ray tube.
The Skate Nest
For all you aging skaters like me, you can grab your social security checks and then come over to The Skate Nest to buy your newest board! The Skate Nest is a block away from the Social Security Office.
High Five Skate Shop
This is a great shop to visit if you throw your back out skateboarding. After you visit the shop you can head over to The Massage Room and have them work on your back.
At first I was like, “wait, is this Andrew Reynolds’s skate shop?” (because he’s from Florida). But it isn’t. A very neat and clean establishment. Looks like where all the cool kids go.
It says they sell skis here. In Miami? Maybe water skis? But it’s a skate shop too! If anyone can clarify what kind of skis, we’d love to know.
And there’s always Vans. We’re not entirely sure if they sell boards at this location. Some Vans are shoe shops solely. Sole-ly. Get it?