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Slippery Dips [Slide Pucks]


Slippery Dips [Slide Pucks]

Slippery Dips are premium quality Australian made slide pucks.

Location: Adelaide, SA
Members: 154
Latest Activity: Mar 28, 2013

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SD Organic Tees! 11 Replies

Alrighty folks... following the outrageously high standards of our pucks, we've just released some premium quality, organic Slippery Dips tees. I have been wearing one for the past 2 days, and they…Click here for the full story

Tags: tee, organic, green, amidreaming, t-shirt

Started by Benny. Last reply by Benny Apr 9, 2012.

Show us your Slipperies! 8 Replies

How about a best photo competition?Has to be showing your brand new Slippery Dips in action.And no set up staged shots either!Click here for the full story

Started by Elliot O. Last reply by Benny Feb 16, 2011.


Check the main group page for the new Slippery Dip prices..

Tags: dips, dip, slippery, slide, puck

Started by Benny Jan 10, 2011.

SDips skid plate ;) 3 Replies

Deck came from a surf shop in Brazil. Click here for the full story

Started by matty leadfoot. Last reply by Dani Jan 8, 2011.

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Comment by The Dave on January 4, 2011 at 14:07
Don't know what the kid's whining about - $26 delivered for pucks this rad is the bargain of the century. They get scratches but they just will not wear. They're ludicrous.
Comment by Ash on January 4, 2011 at 12:06
Merrick if you don't like the price don't buy them. he can charge what he wants. Benny is trying to run a business at $26 inc postage I'm sure hes not turning much of a profit, mostly just a hobby. These days slippery dips have developed a great name, nothing wrong with wanting to make some real money from his hard work.
Comment by Benny on January 4, 2011 at 10:29

Merrick, no it's not. $26 including postage is an absolute steal considering these pucks will last you ten times as long as say, a Loaded puck. That is no joke either, I have seen Loaded and Sector9 pucks destroyed in one day. Ten sets of Loaded pucks will cost you $250, or you could buy one set of Slippery Dips. The material we use is obviously much higher quality than that of other pucks, and so the cost of the raw materials is much higher.


And by the way, once we make the price changes, the smaller pucks will be CHEAPER!

Comment by Benny on January 4, 2011 at 9:42
We will be making a few price changes real soon, so if you'd like to grab a set at the current price of $26 incl. postage, you should do so asap. Email orders to
Comment by Benny on January 4, 2011 at 9:39
Hi all! I've just created this new group which will keep you all updated with everything going on in the world of Slippery Dips.


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