Rimable Complete 22 Inches Skateboard Review 2023 

 August 29, 2020

By James Mason

RIMABLE Complete 22 Inches Skateboard

Our Verdict:

RIMABLE Complete 22 Inches Skateboard
If you’re looking for a board for your children within an affordable price range, then Rimable is a good option. Children of any age and skill levels car ride this board.
It has different eye-catchy design options and provides great value for the money. I have also reviewed some other good cheap skateboards that provides good value for the money.


  • Eye-catchy design options
  • Light up wheels are awesome
  • Made from heavy-duty plastic
  • The textured deck provides good traction
  • Good gift for a starter
  • Smooth wheelbase


  • Wheels may easily get loose
  • You may need to adjust the truck before the first ride, it’s not an issue at all

RIMABLE Complete 22 Inches Skateboard Review At a Glance

Rimable skateboard is well known for its cool design and features. This board is suitable for children of all ages and skill levels.


22″ Long x 6″ Wide

Max Capacity

198 lbs (90 kgs)




59mm 78A soft PU


3″ Aluminum


ABEC-7 Bearing

Rimable Skateboard: Trucks

This board is equipped with 3″ high quality Aluminum trucks that help greatly in the maneuverability of the board. The truck quality is good at the price point. You may need to adjust the trucks before first-time use.

Rimable Skateboard: Deck

The deck is 22 inches in length and 6 inches in width. The deck shape is pretty attractive and has enough grip. 


As the deck is sturdy and flexible, you don’t have to worry about snapping.The weight limit is 198 lbs (90 Kgs).

It has different eye-catchy design options available. Among these options, my personal favorite designs are Galaxy and Galaxy 3

Rimable Skateboard: Wheels

Rimable skateboard is equipped with soft PU wheels. The wheel diameter is 59mm and the durometer is 78A. 

RIMABLE Complete 22 Inches Skateboard

The wheels are thick which allows you for a smooth and quiet ride. You will surely like the light-up feature of the wheel. The wheels may easily get loose, though.

Rimable Skateboard: Bearings

The board comes with high quality ABEC 7 bearings. There are both positive and negative reviews of users about the quality of the bearing.

Rimable Skateboard: Size & Weight

The rimable skateboard weighs only 4 lbs. The board is 22 inches long and 6 inches wide.The board would have been quite suitable for adult riders if the deck width were between 22 to 27 inches.

The board is a good choice for kids and teenagers but not suitable for adults because of the smaller size.

Verdict: Should You Buy Rimable Skateboard?

It’s a good board for children of all ages and skill levels. If you’re looking for such a board that won’t hurt your pocket, then rimable board is for you. The board is really durable and you can choose from a variety of cool designs.

Trust me! This board provides great value for the money.

After reading this Rimable Complete 22 Inches Skateboard Review, I hope you’re now able to decide if you should buy it or not.

RIMABLE Complete 22 Inches Skateboard


Q: What’s the max weight capacity?
A: 198 lbs(90 kgs)

Q: Is it a penny board or skateboard?
A: It’s a small skateboard.

Q: Are the wheels soft?
A: Yes

Q: Is this board electric?
A: No.

Q: What size are the wheels?
A: 60x45mm

Q: Are the board deck made of plastic?
A: Yes.

Q: Do the wheels run out of battery?
A: No, Wheels don’t need a battery. They will light up when spin.

Q: Can a college student use this board weighing around 160 lbs?
A: Sure, no problem.

Q: Does rimable board come completed?
A: Yes.

Q: Is this rimable board washable?
A: The deck is washable. But you need to keep the board bearings away of water.

Q: Can this rimable skateboard be used on-ramps?
A: Not recommend!

This is the end of my rimable complete skateboard review. Drop a comment below if you have any queries about rimable skateboard. I’ll get back to you ASAP.

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About the author

James Mason here. Surfing, skateboarding, and longboarding enthusiast currently living in Rio, Brazil. Started boarding since I was old enough to wear a helmet, except I often didn't. Think that explains a lot :)