Our Compadre Noelle has been going on a bunch of adventures in between her stints as a badass stunt woman. She just dropped this edit of her and her bestie taking a day trip to Salvation Mountain, the art installation about 3 hours outside of LA. She, of course, brings along her Classic Turquoise Cruiser and Salvo for little skate breaks along the way. Check it out and follow her channel to see her living the hell out of life!

We teamed up with the good folks at DANG Shades to make a woodgrain print edition of their Classic frame for a special skateboard inspired pair of sunnies. These sunglasses have UV400 protection in the lenses, which also have a blue reflective coating to make sure your eyes are as safe as they are stylish. Get your pair HERE before they are gone, this is a limited release!

Dang Shades x GoldCoast Skateboards Dang Shades x GoldCoast Skateboards

Dang Shades x GoldCoast Skateboards

It’s summertime and we here at GoldCoast just launched a new line of Longboards, Cruisers, and T-shirts! Whether you’re looking for a new Freeride board, like the mind-meltingly cool Remex Freeride or a crispy new cruiser like the Rosette, we think we’ve come up with some great new skateboards for you to get wicked with. We’ve also unleashed a new line of t-shirts that are the perfect way to treat your torso. All our shirts are made in the USA by people who love making epic tees. This process of putting together a new line is a group effort, starting from the inspiration for the graphics, refining the deck shape matrix (how many new longboards, cruisers, and skateboards do we want to make) and then putting together the final line. We love to hear feedback, so let us know what you think in the comments below!

New Boards
GoldCoast Lume Drop Through Longboard SkateboardGoldCoast Rosette Drop Through Longboard Complete

GoldCoast Rosette Cruiser Skateboard GoldCoast Lair Cruiser Skateboard

GoldCoast Pluton Color Changing Drop Through Longboard

GoldCoast Remex Freeride Longboard

GoldCoast Lair Pintail Longboard

GoldCoast Classic Drop Through Longboard

GoldCoast Classic Drop Through Longboard


New T-Shirts

GoldCoast Skateboards Separation T-Shirt GoldCoast Skateboards Pump Track T-Shirt GoldCoast Skateboards Get Loose Black T-Shirt GoldCoast Skateboards Ply or Die Green GoldCoast Skateboards Fuse T-Shirt GoldCoast Skateboards Stacked T-Shirt GoldCoast Skateboards Fun Box T-Shirt GoldCoast Cry Wolf T-Shirt White GoldCoast Skateboards Cruise Lines T-Shirt GoldCoast Skateboards Cross Eye Grey T-Shirt GoldCoast Skateboards Chill Shapes T-Shirt Front Graphic GoldCoast Skateboards Burnouts T-Shirt Back Graphic


Just in time for the dog days of summer the new line of GoldCoast hats are here to keep your dome piece both shielded and stylish. We wanted to use the best materials, progressive fits, and the top shelf design you’ve come to know and love from us at GoldCoast. Whether you’re looking for a traditional snapback, lightweight nylon beach hat, or the popular papa inspired, “Dad Cap” fit, there’s something in this new hat offering for you. The hats are designed after some of our most popular skateboards like the Serpentagram and the Classic or our Burnouts wheels.

GoldCoast Own Your Roll Snap Back Hat GoldCoast Burnout Dad Hat GoldCoast Casual Snap Back Hat GoldCoast Cruise lines Snap Back Hat GoldCoast Cry Wolf Snap Back Hat GoldCoast Get Loose Trucker Hat GoldCoast Cruise lines Hat GoldCoast Love Skate Hat GoldCoast Ply or Die Hat GoldCoast Tracked Out

For 2016 ,GoldCoast partnered with the Vans Warped Tour to be the official skateboard of the tour. We used the Death to Summer decks as a foundation, then worked with the tour to conceptualize a custom grip tape for the deck featuring artwork from the 2016 tour art. The end result was an epic color explosion that is as loud as it is proud. These limited edition skate decks were sent out on the tour for the bands to skate, give away, or mount as an artistic memento of the Warped Tour 2016. We’re so proud to be a part of this tour and can’t wait to see where these boards wind up in the world.


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The Rosette Drop Through from GoldCoast.



Power Plants.

The Rosette Drop Through packs a big punch, for a mid-sized longboard. The graphic is inspired by the long shadows that cast over the agave plants in the deserts of Mexico, sessions that last all day and into the evening, and good times out exploring the world. Made of 7-ply Canadian Maple, with our custom “W” concave, this board is responsive with just the right amount of flex to pop you from one carve to the other with ease. The new Century C80’s are custom designed from the ground up to provide a new level of precision to turns, and the Shred Boot 70mm wheels and Rolleroids bearings make your sessions fueled with fun. The Rosette is a great drop through for riders of all abilities, from beginners to experts. Shop the new Rosette Drop Through HERE.



The Classic Bamboo Cruiser could be considered a “Roller Panel” that creates renewable positive energy, fun and delivers maximum smiles per hour. The board is a 28″ 5-Ply Bamboo/Maple hybrid that gives your feet a great pocket to sit with its “W” concave. The Century C30 Trucks are completely redesigned for skate park shredding and epic cruising with a hexagonal hanger for smooth grinds and dual durometer bushings for responsive snap back on turns. The VHS Bearings and Cherry Bombs Wheels make sure you roll as far as possible and keep your stoke tank full. Shop the Classic Bamboo Cruiser HERE


GoldCoast Bamboo Cruiser Blog

GoldCoast The Process Drop Through Skateboard

Are you suffering from “rider’s block”? The condition where your old deck is just killing your vibe? The Process Drop Through from GoldCoast is prescription strength fun to chase away those “old board” blues. The Process is a 5-Ply Bamboo and Maple hybrid twin shape deck with nice “W” concave. It features The Century C80 Trucks, our precision design, gravity-cast trucks. It’s paired with the Rolleroids Bearings and Shred Boots Wheels which make for speedy recovery from the terrible symptoms of rider’s block . Shop the Process Drop Through HERE.


GoldCoast The Process Drop Through Skateboard

GoldCoast The Process Drop Through Skateboard

Slash and Turn.
The Carnales Cruiser is a wildcat in the skatepark and the streets. Seven-ply Canadian Maple deck with a real walnut veneer on the base means this board skates as good as it looks. Artwork by the talented chappy, BeeteethThe Century C60 Trucks are our brand new high precision killers and the VHS Bearings and Cherry Bombs Wheels  are the setup you want when you’re shredding or carving. While supplies last, The Carnales is on sale for just $89.99! Don’t wait, pounce on this deal HERE


to an epic skate trip in New Mexico with @zuriick and compadres. The Carnales cruiser will be available again in January!

Thanks to everyone who made it to the "Carnales" launch party last night. Here's the man behind the graphic, Mr. Dan Christofferson aka @beeteeth, holding the final product!

Here’s the man behind the graphic, Mr. Dan Christofferson aka @beeteeth, holding the final product!

The following was written by our Compadres The Van With No Plan. Follow all their adventures, they lead a pretty epic life.


After waking up In our vans outside of a 24hour fitness (they have free showers!) in Santa Cruz we heard about a secret skatepark along the coast of California north of Davenport. Usually by the time we hear about DIY parks like this they have been torn down by the disgruntled property owner with nothing left to skate. All of the results we could find on Google seemed to be pointing in that direction as well. We found articles from 2008 saying the property owners were going to demolish the secret park due to the lack of permission and garbage that had been accumulating on the property. Other articles on Google were showing photos of people skating the park as late as 2015 so we were convinced the secret coastal DIY skate paradise was intact and still welcoming skaters willing to take up the adventure. We had our minds set. After loading up on coffee and making sure we had all of our gear, we hopped in Matt’s van and set our sights north.

GoldCoast Van with no Plan Secret California Skatepark

For the last few nights we have been staying a few miles north of Santa Cruz on a stretch of highway 1 that offers free parking with ocean views for as far as the eye can see. I wake up and step out of my van feeling instantly refreshed as I stare into the waves and listen to the intensity as they crash their way along the cliffs. Today was going to be a good day.

Our Google searches weren’t coming up with an exact location. Digging deep into forums seeking out any small detail that would be able to point us in the right direction with no luck. Eventually, our phones lost service and we were pulling over every time we saw a dirt road that looked promising enough to possibly lead to the Secret Park we had been searching for. The park is not visible from the road and there are so many vehicles tucked away along highway 1 there was no clear indication of which spot it could be. 

GoldCoast Van with no Plan Secret California Skatepark

 After 8-15 stops we pulled over and crossed a chain that had been blocking the dirt road leading to the coast. Walking down the road was a difficult task so getting any vehicle out here would be damn near impossible…..could this be it? Did the owners create a road so treacherous no one would be able to drive to the park?  As we walked closer to the cliffs we saw a group of surfers taking a break from the waves and enjoying a few beers at such an incredible spot overlooking their favorite break. “Do any of yall know of a secret skatepark around here?” we ask them after introducing ourselves and chatting about their trek to get to the site. 

 “You passed it!” They said. “It’s on the opposite side of the road a few miles back”

We turned around and continued our search, this time looking on the correct side of the road. “Stop!”   SCREEECCHHHHH!  Matt slammed on the brakes and pulled over to a small pull out with a trail leading through the hills. “This has to be it” we kept saying inching our way up the sand path. We saw a few heads but couldn’t hear a sound. Nothing. No skateboards banging against the concrete, no cheering, laughing, nothing. We hoped we weren’t interrupting yet another evening camper.

We found it! And to our surprise we were the only skaters there, but not for too long. The heads we saw happened to be a few photographers who camped at the park all night in order to capture some stunning photos of the stars all night. 

GoldCoast Van with no Plan Secret California Skatepark

The park was originally constructed illegally by a few skaters looking for a place to have a good session away from the crowds. One article I looked at said the guys easily spent over $1,500 on the original construction, and when you show up to the park, it is obvious there was much more spent in supplies let alone the guys time, knowledge, and hard work that was put in. The owners of the park originally had planned to tear the place down due to the trash build up and illegal camping happening because the attention this new park was getting. From my understanding, the property owners and skate park builder had a chat and came to an agreement on the future of the park. As long as it stays clean and people show respect for the property, it will stand. The owners have even graciously set 2 trash cans by the park which they take out every week or 2. 

The park is a bit on the rough side but with the right wheels and motivation, you can push hard enough to hit any line. 2 nipples placed strategically in the center of the park allow for an additional boost as you try to clear the doorway or grind your way across the pole jammed in between 2 sketchy quarterpipes. There isnt really any smooth transitions here so you have to be very aware when speeding into these kickers, this is not a city built skatepark. This is DIY. Cracks, rocks, and layers of sand make the skate tricky, luckily for us we brought a broom. Several hundred layers of wax have been applied to the coping over the years.

GoldCoast Van with no Plan Secret California Skatepark

GoldCoast Van with no Plan Secret California Skatepark