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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #30 on: February 24, 2023, 06:58:44 PM »
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Any of you ever been in to the Supply store locations, or only ordered online?

I guess I had heard about them before, given they say they have been around since 2002, but the name never really popped up when I was travelling to Sydney or Melbourne so never stopped in to check them out.

Reminds me of another place or two that were around for a minute in Brisbane and although were interesting, I guess they never really had that footing between skate product and cool clothes to make enough impact to stick around.

Those deck prices are really good though.
Got dragged to the Sydney one prob over ten years ago. Def seemed like they'd read up on supreme and decided they'd also try and be way too cool for anyone who came into their store

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #31 on: February 25, 2023, 12:53:32 AM »
Melbourne store caters to mainly Asian student crowd that wear expensive street wear/hypebeast stuff from head to toe but still can't coordinate an outfit lol. You know the type. Sorry to stereotype but I'm mixed Asian and play bball with tonnes of these guys and it does my head in.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #32 on: March 07, 2023, 03:18:17 AM »
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Any of you ever been in to the Supply store locations, or only ordered online?

I guess I had heard about them before, given they say they have been around since 2002, but the name never really popped up when I was travelling to Sydney or Melbourne so never stopped in to check them out.

Reminds me of another place or two that were around for a minute in Brisbane and although were interesting, I guess they never really had that footing between skate product and cool clothes to make enough impact to stick around.

Those deck prices are really good though.

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I've bought from them online and Melb instore (which hasn't been around long). It's basically a high-end clothing boutique that carries some boards from "hip" brands like FA/Sci-Fi Fantasy/917 etc. and no hardware.

It's for sure more for the fashion/streetwear/sneaker crowd.

I might be wrong but they're attached to a big distributor in Sydney so maybe that's why they have such a huge online board section?
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Yeah that makes sense, Flipside Distribution (based in Sydney) comes up on the payment info.

Funny that some of those places are almost a "wall hangers only" sort of store, focussed more on the cool crowd, who usually have a lot more money to burn than skateboarders do, but when they need to get rid of a lot of stock like that, it would be skaters who would jump on the clearance decks and stock up.

Crazy (again) that those prices are below wholesale for normal shops from the distributors, yet anyone could buy them from there to then stock their own shop, if they were of that mind.

I am really only interested in the wood, not the brands or graphics, so might get a few to blank, but I am guessing they are all the super steep blunt shapes in those Hockey boards.  There are a couple of 917 boards there I am looking at too.

Any which way, it is not important, but if others can get decks at a great price, then so be it.


Edit:  six boards at $49.99 each with only $15 shipping is so good.

Hey Mark, curious to know if you ordered decks from supply, and how long/if they turned up.

Or anyone else recently?

 I know a few homies that got dicked over ordering around Christmas, never shipped, no response for a month, and then their orders got canceled and refunded. It was weird cos the template email said ďdue to inventory issues, unable to process orderĒ, but the decks are even now still lister for sale. Guess they got overloaded with orders and the hit a hard reset rather than fill them all.

Anyway, cheap is cheap, is just wondering if theyíve got their shit together and back shipping orders again.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #33 on: March 07, 2023, 03:19:43 AM »


Trigger Bros has 40% of almost all decks. Free shipping Aus wide over $50.

https://triggerbrothers.com.au/skate/decks/?usf_sort=-discount

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #34 on: March 07, 2023, 08:00:39 AM »


Trigger Bros has 40% of almost all decks. Free shipping Aus wide over $50.

https://triggerbrothers.com.au/skate/decks/?usf_sort=-discount


I feel spoilt now, after looking through their boards and thinking I just got some of those cheaper.

For real though, there are some good ones in there and any decent pro board for under $100 is a good deal.


Also noticed that some bearings, some trucks and some wheels are on a good special as well, so worth checking out for Spitfire wheels and various trucks or bearings.


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I messaged you re the previous question, fair to say so far my interactions have been less than desirable from the order I placed well over a week and so far got nothing, so still waiting.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #35 on: March 07, 2023, 07:17:47 PM »
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Trigger Bros has 40% of almost all decks. Free shipping Aus wide over $50.

https://triggerbrothers.com.au/skate/decks/?usf_sort=-discount
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I feel spoilt now, after looking through their boards and thinking I just got some of those cheaper.

For real though, there are some good ones in there and any decent pro board for under $100 is a good deal.


Also noticed that some bearings, some trucks and some wheels are on a good special as well, so worth checking out for Spitfire wheels and various trucks or bearings.


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I messaged you re the previous question, fair to say so far my interactions have been less than desirable from the order I placed well over a week and so far got nothing, so still waiting.

Yeah, Iíve got a soft spot for the OG surf/skate shops that have been around since the beginning. Triggerbros are good dudes and have been backing skate since the 80s, not a massive range, but a few surprises and bigger than you might expect for a surf/skate bricks and mortar shop. I pop in their often and itís a bit of a 90s time warp in the best possible way. 8) And yeah, agree, a good pro board under $100 is never a bad deal.

Ps. Replied to your message - thanks for the feedback.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #36 on: March 08, 2023, 12:10:47 AM »
Keep us updated with all your experiences with Supply. I feel guilty for giving the heads up on cheap decks with my post now. I didn't end up ordering anything myself yet.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #37 on: March 08, 2023, 02:41:40 AM »
Supplystore, I ordered from there a few weeks back just a deck
After about 5 days I emailed them, no reply
Roughly 2 days later I messaged them on instagram they replied and shipped the next day

Shipping was about $15 and no grip obviously,  $65 for a palace deck all up
I'm quite content with that price

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #38 on: March 08, 2023, 08:30:16 AM »
Keep us updated with all your experiences with Supply. I feel guilty for giving the heads up on cheap decks with my post now. I didn't end up ordering anything myself yet.


I am patient and not fussed by whatever is going on there, so at those prices, if things didn't eventuate, it is not a big deal.

Always through Paypal, so that side of things is covered, but I do feel like we will get there in the end.


I guess too when I think about some people going from one board to the next or sweating on delivery times, I have a few boards always ready, so these would have been backups for a couple of other guys I skate with, as well as a couple for me, not a worry really any which way.

I talk too much about skateboards.  Sorry.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #39 on: March 09, 2023, 08:31:42 PM »
Kick push has 20% off boards that includes sale decks

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #40 on: March 10, 2023, 03:02:31 AM »
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Keep us updated with all your experiences with Supply. I feel guilty for giving the heads up on cheap decks with my post now. I didn't end up ordering anything myself yet.
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I am patient and not fussed by whatever is going on there, so at those prices, if things didn't eventuate, it is not a big deal.

Always through Paypal, so that side of things is covered, but I do feel like we will get there in the end.


I guess too when I think about some people going from one board to the next or sweating on delivery times, I have a few boards always ready, so these would have been backups for a couple of other guys I skate with, as well as a couple for me, not a worry really any which way.

I grabbed a $49 Hockey and got an out of stock / cannot process email a day or so later and was refunded straightaway.

Tried another graphic and they shipped it out next day and delivered the day after (via courier not AusPost)

I canít fault them over multiple of purchases really - definitely worth the recommendation!

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #41 on: March 10, 2023, 05:14:45 AM »
Ahh why do they have to use couriers I've had way too many issues with them

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #42 on: March 11, 2023, 05:31:19 PM »
Ahh why do they have to use couriers I've had way too many issues with them


I guess some businesses find it cheaper / easier to deal with Aus Post and others find it cheaper / easier to deal with some courier companies.

Funny that when I had ordered two things on the same day and both from VIC to QLD, Aus Post took the expected four days but the courier company took two weeks, then there are other times where things are sort of reversed, so I don't quite know what goes on there.

I think it also depends on where you are in relation to where it is coming from.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #43 on: March 16, 2023, 06:51:12 PM »
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My Supply order arrived today.

After a while and emails back and forth working out what was in stock and just giving them lots of options of boards from what I could still see in stock there, I am stoked and all is well with this order - six boards all up, so I probably wasn't helping things in that regard.

I think more than anything, the stock on hand didn't quite match the stock listed, or something similar, which now seems to have been corrected or they have sold a ton of boards (or both) but the reply emails were always positive and I would order from them again, regardless of how long it took.


https://www.supplystore.com.au/sale/decks?product_list_order=price_low


Still some good ones there, and BBS wood from $39.99 is a bargain!!!


The 917 clown shoes graphic might be a bit much for some people, but it is the same dimensions as the AH blue eagle, a little under 8.5 and 14.25 wb with 31.75 length.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #44 on: March 17, 2023, 06:05:13 AM »
Wow im into hockey decks atm so this rules, thanks.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #45 on: March 17, 2023, 01:30:40 PM »
Can I add New Zealand sale gear here?

it's great to know about these Aus sales but decks in particular cost a lot for shipping across the pond..

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia and New Zealand
« Reply #46 on: March 17, 2023, 09:27:30 PM »
Can I add New Zealand sale gear here?

it's great to know about these Aus sales but decks in particular cost a lot for shipping across the pond..

Of course. How do I change the original title, Pals?

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #47 on: March 17, 2023, 10:14:42 PM »
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My Supply order arrived today.

After a while and emails back and forth working out what was in stock and just giving them lots of options of boards from what I could still see in stock there, I am stoked and all is well with this order - six boards all up, so I probably wasn't helping things in that regard.

I think more than anything, the stock on hand didn't quite match the stock listed, or something similar, which now seems to have been corrected or they have sold a ton of boards (or both) but the reply emails were always positive and I would order from them again, regardless of how long it took.


https://www.supplystore.com.au/sale/decks?product_list_order=price_low


Still some good ones there, and BBS wood from $39.99 is a bargain!!!


The 917 clown shoes graphic might be a bit much for some people, but it is the same dimensions as the AH blue eagle, a little under 8.5 and 14.25 wb with 31.75 length.

Nice man, and replied your message, cheers.

With the 917, Iíve had two 8.25 and they both had all thick plys, which made it heavier, less flex and last longer, and good but different. And the 8.5 Iíve got is more the usual BBS with the thinner 3rd and 5th ply.

Iíve got pics, not sure how well it shows up, but itís obvious irl and makes the thicker 8.25 board feel and skate completely different to other BBS boards Iíve skated.

So,  just wondering if the 8.38 are the same plies style they use for the 8.5, like the ones you bought, or all thick plys like the 8.25?? (Idk if all 917 8.25 are like this or just the ones I got).

Curious to know, and hope that makes sense. Ta.


8.25




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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #48 on: March 18, 2023, 08:21:08 AM »
The 917 clown shoes graphic might be a bit much for some people, but it is the same dimensions as the AH blue eagle, a little under 8.5 and 14.25 wb with 31.75 length.

Mbrimson88 are you familiar with the 917 8.18 shape by any chance? More specifically wheelbase and concave? That's a steal of a price for BBS wood.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #49 on: March 18, 2023, 04:49:52 PM »
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The 917 clown shoes graphic might be a bit much for some people, but it is the same dimensions as the AH blue eagle, a little under 8.5 and 14.25 wb with 31.75 length.
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Mbrimson88 are you familiar with the 917 8.18 shape by any chance? More specifically wheelbase and concave? That's a steal of a price for BBS wood.


Sorry I only got the 8.38 and the 8.5 boards from that sale, but have not seen any of the other sizes, mainly because I don't have any local shops and other shops an hour away are often either not the sort of places to have them or I haven't really paid attention, so can't recall seeing many 917 boards around at all.


When I looked it up online, that 8.18 orange board was listed as follows from another shop, which is the same length and wheelbase as their others:


Call Me 917 Iso Orange Deck 8,18". Call Me 917 Skateboards. 81,45Ä EUR.
Mellow Concave. 8.18" x 31.75". 14.25" WB.


To add to that, in any of those dimensions, regardless of width, it is a good looking board with decent nose and tail, looking at what I have and comparing it to other smaller boards I do have as well.

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia
« Reply #50 on: March 18, 2023, 05:16:26 PM »
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My Supply order arrived today.

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With the 917, Iíve had two 8.25 and they both had all thick plys, which made it heavier, less flex and last longer, and good but different. And the 8.5 Iíve got is more the usual BBS with the thinner 3rd and 5th ply.

Iíve got pics, not sure how well it shows up, but itís obvious irl and makes the thicker 8.25 board feel and skate completely different to other BBS boards Iíve skated.

So,  just wondering if the 8.38 are the same plies style they use for the 8.5, like the ones you bought, or all thick plys like the 8.25?? (Idk if all 917 8.25 are like this or just the ones I got).

Curious to know, and hope that makes sense. Ta.


8.25

8.5



I can see those pics easily so just went and had a look at the four 917 boards I have.

The ply layups are similar to what you have shown on two, and same for the other two:


First version, top stained, second stained, then bottom stained, middle cross ply third and fifth are a bit thicker looking, but that could just be my eye.

Second version, top stained, middle stained, bottom stained, middle cross ply third and fifth look thinner, or other layers looking thinner too, but again this could just be me.


They don't feel any different in weight, shape, concave, but as you have said I am guessing that they could skate differently.

From riding DLX boards a lot, the first version reminds me of that (top one and two and bottom stained), with the other one looking more like some Baker boards or similar, just by basic visual comparisons, but I am not sure how this would translate to performance or whether or not they did in fact use thinner cross ply layers or something else.


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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia and New Zealand
« Reply #51 on: Today at 01:25:58 AM »
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Can I add New Zealand sale gear here?

it's great to know about these Aus sales but decks in particular cost a lot for shipping across the pond..
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Of course. How do I change the original title, Pals?

Thanks mate!

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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia and New Zealand (new)
« Reply #52 on: Today at 02:00:42 AM »
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Can I add New Zealand sale gear here?

it's great to know about these Aus sales but decks in particular cost a lot for shipping across the pond..
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Of course. How do I change the original title, Pals?


Go back to the first post, click MODIFY which should be up closer to the top right, then change the title of the first post which will then change every other post after that time.

It won't change the older posts but at least it will show up in the forum as AU and NZ.


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Re: Sale Gear Thread - Australia and New Zealand (new)
« Reply #53 on: Today at 03:27:31 AM »
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Can I add New Zealand sale gear here?

it's great to know about these Aus sales but decks in particular cost a lot for shipping across the pond..
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Of course. How do I change the original title, Pals?
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Go back to the first post, click MODIFY which should be up closer to the top right, then change the title of the first post which will then change every other post after that time.

It won't change the older posts but at least it will show up in the forum as AU and NZ.

Cheers, done, thanks mate.