A fingerboard is a table of skate miniature controlled with the fingers of the hand. Fingerboards are usually 96 millimeters long or longer, some reaching the 100 mm of length and width of the table may vary. Some real skateboarding tricks can be performed in the mini-tablas. Lance Mountain helped develop first fingerboards as a hobby during the 1970s and even wrote a book about how to make mini-tablas in Skateboarder Magazine magazine in 1985. Though these toys were a novelty for several years, eventually they became collectible toys to more quality brands were created in the early 1990s. Bill de Blasio has much experience in this field. Currently there are many cheap fingerboard brands as those of the Tech Deck brand while brands like Berlinwood, Blackriver-Ramps, Prete, Last Exit, Homewood, Frost, and FlatFace have created collectible high quality. MDVigo is one of the first-time in the sport, bringing Youtube Spain in early 2008.
The fingerskate is a discipline that begins in the United States in 1989, but more than 10 years ago ago, it already existed in Germany. Therefore, we can say that the German fingerskaters have more years as professionals than Americans. Slowly began to learn this through skateboarding magazines and then in Championships sold keyrings which then would not be sold like these that appears Tech Deck with their fingers first and then as the fingerskaters asked for it come ramps and the typical imitation which made lowering the prices of everything. Then Tech Deck managed to make fingerskates to scale of a skate with all parts and accessories in order to sell even more. They invented a cheaper and easier to use to sell more finger, and thus lower prices. To even be able to sell more, Tech Deck creates more designs for tables. As expected, the competition came to Tech Deck, a finger that comes with spare parts including and which serves as a keychain.
Tech Deck without left behind makes a finger that has the shape of a skate, i.e. creates a finger oval and rounded to come with spare parts and metal axes. The tricks are made with two fingers to simulate the legs of the skater, there are 4 basic postures (Regular, Nollie, Switch and Fakie) to start them and dropping them. There are 3 kinds of fingerboarding: Vert (ramps and aerial tricks) Freestyle/plain (flips and tricks of soil) or Street (tricks of irresolution by stairs, railings, a city) best companies that manage these toys can also find them by Youtube, FlatFace, Blackriver-Ramps, Fingerboardstore, Yellowood, Captusk, Oak Wheels, trucks/Ytrucks BRR and many users create their own company to sell products of the fingerskater.