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1. Rainboard

As everyone knows, water is like kryptonite to skateboards. But sometimes you just gotta throw caution to the wind and go skate, regardless of conditions. Just make sure you've got a proper rainboard for when the itch hits. Get a wide deck to house your sopping feet, toss on some old trucks, and make sure your wheels are sticky. Go as cheap as possible on the bearings, as they're the first things to die in wet weather. Once you've got your set up, ignore the forecast and take it for a spin. Whether it's pushing to the corner store or to the homie’s crib, the feeling of just being on your board will likely overshadow the dark cloud of being out in the rain.

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