Natasha aka Death From A-Broad





Years Skating:

 3 (park skating 1)

Skating Style:

 Transition, flatground, goofy gymnastics on skates, does getting air count?

Favourite Skate Moves:

Official trick names are not my strong suit, so here’s my best effort at naming the tricks I enjoy! On a halfpipe -  one-footed toestop stalls, fakie 180s on the transition, Marilyn stalls, jumping carves. On flat/street: curb half cabs, 5050s, getting air/180s and skate grabs off whatever I can, skate wall taps, handstands on wall back to skates, jumping over skateboards, however I can make quarantine skating fun these days!

Skate Goals:

I’d love to one day be able to make 360s, twirls and grinds/stalls look as easy as some do! Also would like to become a more fluid dance skater, maybe even get more comfortable without toe stops, gaining that edge control! 

Skate Set Up:

Red Moxi Lolly’s, 98A CIB wheels and slide blocks, aluminum Pilot plates, teal sparkly laces ☺ 

How I Got Into Skating:

I went roller skating for the first time in my life in 2017 on my 23rd birthday, and a week later fresh meat began and like I said, I jumped into it without a second thought haha. So I learnt a lot of my footwork and on skate confidence through derby but learned my true love was free skating anywhere I could, and especially now while I’m young and dumb, that lies at the skatepark and on the street ☺

Best Skating Memory:

One magical summer night full of Mexican food, new friends at the skatepark, crushing goals and wicked sunset drinks to cap it all off <3

What do you do other than skating:

I’m a near broadcasting grad who is aiming to be the Ros to someone’s Frasier. Avid birdwatcher whose teaching myself to play the saxophone and adult a bit more erryday.



Also known as Coffin, Steph founded Coffin Skate after seeing the need for a retail roller skate shop while working with the local roller derby league, Anchor City Rollers! Steph coordinates the community aspects of the shop, such as rollouts, discos, workshops and fundraisers! Steph’s love of roller skating exceeds no bounds, and she loves to see more people getting on eight wheels!


Fran is our retail store manager! She’s the friendly face behind the counter whenever you stop into the shop! Fran also makes sure that we have the latest gear and helps keep the store from burning down 😅



Slurm is our merchandise and marketing coordinator! He designs all of our logos and apparel, and runs our social media accounts. Lately he has been busy working on custom apparel projects for other local businesses as well as new Coffin Skate designs!


James is our resident master builder! A finished carpenter by trade, he has designed and built all of the store fixtures in the shops over the years. He is also the expert for skate maintenance and custom skate setups! 🛠