G House Distribution
This is the European home for Moonshine skateboards, which means that getting a freestyle deck is finally as easy in the UK as it is in the USA. We’ve only waited 15 years for that!
Longboards UK is the online shop of Oddballs, a pair of weird skate/longboard/slalom/circus shops in Camden and Brighton. As the name suggests, they primarily sell longboards, but stock freestyle-sized trucks and (usually) freestyle wheels. On occasion they have been known to stock the odd freestyle board, too.
Octane is a well-known supplier of the slalom scene in the UK. And as many slalomers like to dabble in the dark arts of freestyle, they also tend to stock the odd freestyle board, sets of 106mm trucks and freestyle-friendly wheels. Unfortunately the owner is currently struggling with health problems and the supplies are drying up, but they’re always worth checking when you need something.
Yoyo Schulz was the sole supplier of the European scene for a long time. Now his webshop has effectively closed, but if you contact him he always has some supplies. He also cuts a range of tail and nose skids which are regarded by many as the best in the business.
Never Enough Skates
Never Enough is effectively the European version of Decomposed – only with a better website. Their decks are generally slightly wider than the typical 7.25″ modern freestyle board, but they offer reasonably-priced completes as well as all the typical supplies.
I’m fairly certain Little Wheels used to do freestyle boards. Nowadays, they only seem to do freestyle wheels and skid plates, both of which I believe Bernhard makes in his basement.
Marshall Skateboarding’s selection is predominately based around Decomposed boards, Powell reissues and budget-level trucks, which makes them pretty good for the beginner or newcomer.