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Coda Skateboards

Founded in 2003 in Brooklyn, Coda began as a creative outlet for Pat Smith. A way to give back to a sport and community that gives so much. 

From the early days, we have always made sure that every possible dollar goes back into skateboarding - through builds, manufacturing, design, and our teams. From DIY spots to branded pop-ups and installs, CODA is for skaters, by skaters. 

Years later, we still maintain our core principles: Support community and creativity, completely devoid of business goals.

We make what we want to make. Skate how we want to skate. Build what we want to build, and try to do some good stuff others will enjoy along the way.

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    Coda Deck - Tony Ellis Eat Shit 8.6" Shaped

    Coda Deck - Tony Ellis Eat Shit 8.6" Shaped Please add griptape if required Colors/Stains may vary

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    Coda Deck - Tony Ellis Eat Shit 8.5"

    Coda Deck - Tony Ellis Eat Shit 8.5" Please add griptape if required Colors/Stains may vary

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Founded in 2003 in Brooklyn, Coda began as a creative outlet for Pat Smith. A way to give back to a sport and community that gives so much. 

From the early days, we have always made sure that every possible dollar goes back into skateboarding - through builds, manufacturing, design, and our teams. From DIY spots to branded pop-ups and installs, CODA is for skaters, by skaters. 

Years later, we still maintain our core principles: Support community and creativity, completely devoid of business goals.

We make what we want to make. Skate how we want to skate. Build what we want to build, and try to do some good stuff others will enjoy along the way.