CurbCover was birthed during quarantine in Orange County, CA, when father-son founders, Matt & Luke, were making DIY skate elements to skate out front of the house with their neighbors and friends. They realized while they had made and purchased multiple skate elements for the street, however there was no skate element they could find for a curb - the first place their friends would learn and perfect street tricks … and the one place that was getting destroyed most by hours of quarantine skating.
Matt told Luke about the ‘copers’ he had to cover his trucks and get a smoother grind when he was Luke’s age. In that moment they had the thought - "if you can cover trucks, why can't you cover curbs - and why hasn't anyone tried it?"
Those thoughts sparked the first, simple prototype. After seeing how much fun their friends were having skating their Covers, Matt & Luke decided to begin more R&D and production in late 2021.
After perfecting their solid and sectional Covers, skating them on residential and commercial curbs all over Orange County, CA, and getting supportive feedback from industry insiders like Keen Ramps,The Berrics, Braille Skateboarding and more, Matt & Luke decided to go to market with their ground-breaking Covers.
While the 7.5ft. solid Cover is longer than the average 6ft. rail, sectional Cover come in 3ft. piece sets and boast a 9ft. option (longer than even the 8ft. rails on the market) along with a 12’ option - longer than any skate element out there!
The 9ft. and 12ft. sectional Covers come in a 40in. box and fit conveniently in the trunk of even the most compact cars, so you can bring it along to any spot or on any skate adventure. The 7.5ft. solid Cover can fit up the middle of most cars, but is ideal for the front of the house or transporting with an SUV or in the bed of a truck.