Welcome to the Finger Stick WikiEdit
Finger Stick is fun activity to do with your friends or by yourself. It's basically just making a person (or legs) out of your fingers and do stuff. Much like Fingerboarding , but without a skateboard .
Where the name of foundedEdit
Finger Stick was founded a while back by two kids the name of Matthew Cuvanov and Lucas Feola. They couldn't think of a name, so they thought of stick figures and fingers and morphed it together to make "Finger Stick".
Finger Stick PantsEdit
Finger Stick pants aren't really popular yet. There has only been one official pants made out of paper . It's very easy to break considering it's made out of paper and tape. The tape falls off if you take a few steps. We're in the process of making a jean type of Finger Stick Pants.
A fingerboard is a working replica of a skateboard that a person "rides" by replicating skateboarding maneuvers with their hand. It can also be referred to as a finger skate board or even a Tech Deck. The device itself is a scaled-down skateboard complete with moving wheels , graphics and trucks . A fingerboard is 96 millimeters long or longer, and can have a variety of widths like 29/30mm (regular), and 32mm (wide). There are the 57mm minis and the 96mm regular and the cruiser boards. Skateboarding tricks may be performed using fingers instead of feet. Most tricks done on a fingerboard are the same as people do on skateboards. Lance Mountain helped develop fingerboarding as a hobby in the late 1970s and wrote an article on how to make fingerboards in TransWorld 's SKATEboarding magazine in 1985.This innovative device has also recently been viewed through the knowledge of one of fingerboarding's legends, Zoman Kozbaals, known to many young fingerboarders as Larked Z. Kozbaals has done more than just impress the community with his fast fingers and stunning tricks, but also provided the hobby with special hand crafter speed decks; a precise deck for only the best of the best. Kozbaals also proved that one's skill level doesn't matter as long as one provides the courage and dedication to the hobby. Although fingerboarding was a novelty for years, they became a collectible toy as skateboard manufacturers realized the potential for product branding and profit starting in the 1990s. Fingerboards are now available as inexpensive novelty toys as well as high-end collectibles, complete with accessories one would find in use with standard-size skateboards. Fingerboards are also used by skateboarders as 3-D model visual aids to understand potential tricks and maneuvers; many users make videos to document their efforts. Similar to fingerboarding, handboarding is a scaled-down version of a skateboard that a user controls with their hands instead of just fingers, while finger snowboarding utilizes a miniature version of a snowboard .