Shark Electric POWER

$1,499.00 $699.00
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(Battery Outside Board)
Transparent Blue or Black Wheels
$699 discounted price for a limited time 

Although this listing is a 'pre-order', shipments for the Shark Electric boards are shipping everyday. We will work as fast as possible to get orders out quickly. New orders are expected to ship end of November.
Shark Wheel pours all wheels in California and assembles the boards at the Shark Wheel Offices in California.
  • 95mm Shark Wheels
  • 30 mph speed (up to 35mph in some conditions)
  • 25.2 mile range ((Various factors affect range:  weight, terrain, grade, etc.)
  • 38'' x 9'' deck (7 ply Canadian Maple and 1 ply Fiberglass)
  • Remote - 4 speeds
  • Waterproof (to IP54 standards)
  • Charging Time 4 hours
  • Uphill 30% grade
  • 4 speed modes
  • 4 brake modes
  • 19 lbs
*** ShredLights available at a heavily discounted price ***


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  • By purchasing our product and paying for our invoice the buyer, rider, user, operator, owner, heirs, executor, assign or personal representative, hereinafter collectively referred to as “CUSTOMER”.

  • The Customer is responsible for informing themselves and obey all local and state laws for riding an electric skateboard in their area. Also to understand the basic knowledge to safely assemble and proper maintenance requirements of the electric skateboard.

  • That skateboarding is an action sport with inherent risks, the CUSTOMER may encounter situations where can be exposed to the risk of injury, paralysis, deformation and or death.

  • The CUSTOMER and only the CUSTOMER is responsible, accountable for the physical integrity, maintenance and safety ASSESSMENT for the lithium ion battery in the electric skateboard.



By purchasing our product and paying for the invoice the CUSTOMER hereby agrees to waive all rights, release and forever discharge Shark Wheel, their affiliates, associates, managers, members, agent, owner, attorneys, staff, volunteers, heirs, representatives, predecessors, successors and or any other associate entity (hereinafter collectively referred to as “RELEASEES”), from all liabilities against any claims, causes of action of any nature whatsoever related to the owning, possessing, using or operating of the electric skateboard, brought by the CUSTOMER, third parties or anyone on behalf of the CUSTOMER or third parties.


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  • 5

    Posted by Bianca Olivay on Sep 3rd 2020

    I'll keep this short - got the board, it's bomb.

    I ordered it a few months ago knowing it was a pre-order and patiently waited. I was rewarded with this masterpiece. I've only seen a few reviews so far, but I'm guessing they will come in droves soon.

    No problems so far, lovin' it.

  • 5
    Sexy and You Know It

    Posted by Britt Nielz on Sep 3rd 2020

    Why are all other electric boards so lame looking? I don't like the all-black boring e-skate look that most other companies go with. They are all sheep I think!

    You know Shark Wheel will spice it up, just look at the wheel shape! I love the graphics, I love the board. I don't even want to ride it because I like how it looks and don't want to get it dirty ha.

    The truth is it rides great. I'm not an expert rider, but I use it to go to work and it gets the job style. I think I had 8 people ask me about the wheels so far which was cool. They seem to go over everything and I'll just keep shredding!

  • 5
    Finally Got It!

    Posted by Dev on Sep 3rd 2020

    I was obsessed with checking Youtube for reviews and trying to see when the boards were shipping. Well, I finally got mine and can rub it in to everyone else.

    Pros - pretty much everything so far. I haven't put a ton of miles on it yet, but probably over 300 miles, which is enough to write a good review. I haven't had any real issues and I already was a longtime supporter of Shark Wheel products. I think I have a sampler platter from 54mm to 60mm to 70mm to 72mm and even a couple boards from This was their first 'high ticket' item and it didn't disappoint. The wheels are 95mm and I thought I was impressed with the 72mm DNA formula. I still am, but the 95mm is another level because of the size of course. They claim it is very expensive urethane, which it certainly feels like. I've tried enough wheels for years to know the difference. The speed and mileage are true to the claims and it's got crazy acceleration. Ease into it!

    Cons: All electric require maintenance at some point if you didn't know. I would suggest to Shark Wheel to put the screws OVER the grip tape on future boards to make it easier to change out the battery. It looks cleaner to have the screws hidden, but it's easier if the screws were above the tape, trust me. Also, the wheels do not have printing on them - I emailed the company asking about this and they told me these wheels are new and it would have delayed shipping for another 2 weeks+ to get the printing done. They opted for no printing on the wheels, which is nothing who cares, but I was still curious having all of their other wheels with printing. They said a new rig would need to be created to make these larger wheels and their manufacturer was slammed. They didn't want the customers to wait anymore, so they shipped the wheels with no printing. If this was a 'normal' wheel company, it might mean something more since all OTHER wheels look identical. But, the Shark Wheel shape is the only stamp I need.

    In conclusion, buy the board. I really love it, looks awesome, performs awesome. I'm very happy. If you compare all other company boards/prices/etc. this is the best buy in the industry. Great job Sharks!

  • 5
    Worth it

    Posted by Zachary on Sep 3rd 2020

    Quick review for y'all wondering. Yes, I waited a long time to get the board. But, it's sick so don't worry about a little wait. New product releases take longer for every type of product.

    It's a mean board - goes over it all as they say in the ads. It's clear to see why big companies use Shark Wheels (that's why I bought it) figured if the biggest companies use them it's good enough for me!

    If you do a little research you will find that info too. Beast of a product, did I mention that!! Ha. Super fast, I've been skating for many years and it's no joke.

  • 5
    First girl review?

    Posted by Steph Anderix on Aug 7th 2020

    I'm guessing it's mostly male buyers like the majority of skateboarding, but as a Kickstarter backer I just got my board and while it was a wait that wasn't exactly fun... I'm so happy I got the board. Gotta represent the female review angle here:

    These wheels are the ultlimate conversation starter. They look so cool and impossible to even roll. They kicked out all the junk on my worst-ever asphalt and cement runs. It maneuvers really good, has good range, looks awesome and I think I'm in love

  • 5
    Steezed Out

    Posted by Brad Weatherin on Aug 7th 2020

    I saw some comments from posters on FB ads they didn't like the graphics. I friggin' love them. Looks better in person too. On to the good stuff..

    Power/Acceleration: A (you feel it)

    Range: A- (probably my fault as I was gunning it, but went went full throttle on half of my first run and had less mileage than I wanted, but read that's normal on an electric board)

    Wheels: A+ (dude if you're still stuck on wanting to hate on these guys, it just means you never rode the wheels be honest. the wheels are the sickest steeziest blah blah amazingness out there)

    Buy it and stop sittin' on the fence ha! This POWER board is all it's cracked up to be and then some

  • 5
    Hot off the press

    Posted by Roderick Glinda on Aug 3rd 2020

    I just received my board in the mail and have not had a chance to fully put it through the ringer yet, but wanted to be the first review ha! I only have one complaint/comment, I'll get to that in a sec.

    Awesome stuff: the board looks cool as $#%^. The wheels are seriously big and seriously go over everything I've encountered so far. I bought 70mm Sidewinders Shark Wheels back in the day a couple years ago so I knew the tech behind it is for all terrain riding. When you size up to the 95mm on this the difference is significant. I thought the 70mm were amazing (they are great), but this is a joke how good they are.

    The board is quiet and has some serious pop. Mileage so far really good - if you know about electrics you know going up hills and blasting speed drops the mileage. I knew that but still had to go turbo mode to feel the strong burst. It's there trust me.

    My only gripe is why are the back wheels not Shark Wheels? Would be so much better I think. Either way, that's my only negative thing on it, this board is sssssssssssick.

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