Since 1999, Hong Kong’s 8FIVE2SHOP has been a mainstay for the city’s skateboard culture since its inception, bringing the most coveted skate brands to Hong Kong and enriching the skateboard community.
In 2011, 8FIVE2 created Hong Kong’s first ever indoor skatepark, Sk85IVE2 (pronounced Skate-Five-Two), as a place to go during extreme weather conditions.

Designed by top American skate firm, California Ramp Works, Sk85IVE2 occupies nearly 3,000 square feet.
Many skateboarding legends have skateboarded there from Stefan Janoski, Sean Malto, Omar Salazar, Louie Lopez, Kyle Walker and more along with 8FIVE2’s very own gold medalist from the Asian X Games, Luk Chun Yin and Asian Games gold medalist, Southeast Asian Games gold medalist, and Olympics 2021 contender, Margielyn Didal.

With concrete ramps, banks, rails, ledges, curbs and most importantly good music and air con, Sk85IVE2 offers endless hours of skateboarding time whether you’re just starting out or a seasoned veteran with open skate sessions and lessons alike.