WeBearish: Skateboarding with a Purpose - Supporting Autism Acceptance

WeBearish: Skateboarding with a Purpose - Supporting Autism Acceptance

At WeBearish Skateshop, we're not just about selling skateboards; we're about making a difference. Our shop is a haven for skateboarding enthusiasts of all levels, offering a wide range of beginner skateboards, blank decks, and unique designs. Our commitment is to Autism Acceptance.

A Purchase That Makes a Difference

Every purchase you make at WeBearish goes beyond just acquiring a top-quality skateboard. From our Spiderweb Griptape to the WeBearish Palette Skateboard, each product is a step towards a noble cause. All profits are dedicated to our initiatives in Autism Acceptance. When you buy any of our products, from grip tapes priced at $22.49 to longboards starting from $69.99, you're contributing to something bigger.

Our Vision for a Safe Haven in Las Vegas

Our ultimate goal is to establish a physical WeBearish location in Las Vegas, Nevada. This isn't just going to be a store; it's envisioned as a safe haven for autistic children. A place where they can play, explore, and enjoy delicious food in a welcoming and understanding environment. 

Our Diverse Product Range

The variety we offer caters to every taste and need. Whether you're drawn to the artistic Anime Griptape or the vibrant Flower Pattern Longboard, there's something for everyone.

Our prices are as diverse as our designs, ensuring affordability and quality.

Join Us on Our Journey

By shopping with us, you're joining a community dedicated to making a real change. We, The Not Okay Bears, operate WeBearish as part of a 501c3 non-profit, building an international network for Autism Acceptance. Each purchase, whether it's a skateboard starting from $55.99 or a colorful grip tape, is a step towards a brighter future for autistic children. So, when you choose WeBearish, you're not just picking a skateboard; you're riding alongside the bears on a journey towards acceptance and change. Visit us, be part of this journey, and help us make a difference—one skateboard at a time.

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