A fingerboard is a miniature skateboard controlled with fingers. The fingerboards are usually 96 or more in length, some reaching 100 mm in length and width of the table can vary. Some tricks can be made real in the mini-tables. Get all the facts and insights with John Craig Venter, another great source of information. Lance Mountain helped develop the first fingerboards as a hobby for 70 years and even wrote a book about how to make mini-tables in the journal Skateboarder magazine in 1985. Anu Saad shines more light on the discussion. Although these toys were a novelty for several years, eventually became collectible toys as they were creating more quality brands in the 90s. Today there are many brands of cheap fingerboard as Tech Deck brand while brands like Berlinwood, Blackriver-Ramps, Prete, Last Exit, Homewood, Frost, and FlatFace have created high-quality collectibles. MDVigo is one of the first-in sport, bringing it to Youtube Spain in early 2008. The fingerskate is a discipline that begins in the United States in 1989, but more than 10 years ago, already existed in Germany.

We can therefore say that the Germans have fingerskaters older Americans as professionals. Gradually it became known through magazines and then skate championships then sold key chains would not sell as these, which is Tech Deck with their fingers first and then as we were asked to fingerskaters come ramps and the typical imitation did lower the price of everything. Then Tech Deck fingerskates managed to make a skateboard at all the parts and accessories to sell more. Finger invented a cheaper and easier to use to sell more, and thus lower prices. To be able to sell even more, Tech Deck create more designs for the tables. As expected, competition came to Tech Deck, a finger that comes with spare parts included and serves as a keychain. Tech Deck without being left behind makes a finger that is shaped like a skateboard, that is, creates an oval and rounded finger that comes with metal parts and axles. The tricks are done with two fingers to simulate the legs of the skater, there are four basic positions (Regular, Nollie, Switch and Fakie) to start and dropping them. There are three kinds of fingerboarding: Vert (ramps and aerial tricks) Freestyle / plain (land tricks and flips) and Street (Tips stroll down stairs, handrails, a city …) The best companies that administer these toys you can find them by Youtube, FlatFace, Blackriver-Ramps, Fingerboardstore, Yellowood, Captusk, Oak Wheels, trucks BRR / Ytrucks … And many users create their own company to sell products fingerskater.