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Sector 9 Ireland Skateboard (Bamboo)
$165.00
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Construction
5 Ply Vertically Laminated Bamboo
Utilizes Patented Lamination Process

Dimensions
38.0" L x 9.375" W x 26.5" WB

Hardware
9.0" Gullwing Charger Trucks
65mm 78a Soy Biothane Nineball Wheels
Abec 5 PDP Bearings
0.5" Sector 9 Recycled Plastic Risers
1.5" Low Pro Hardened Steel Bolts
Clear Grip Tape

***Wheel Colors May Vary***
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Sector 9 Fractal Skateboard (Blue)
$199.00
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Construction
8 Ply Maple
Drop Through Mounting
New Concave Camber Mold

Dimensions
36.0" L x 9.0" W x 26.375" WB

Hardware
9.0" Gullwing Sidewinder Trucks
69mm 78a Nineball Slalom Wheels
Abec 5 PDP Bearings
1.5" Low Pro Hardened Steel Bolts
Full Grip Tape with Die Cut for Logo

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Carver Serape Skateboard
$199.95
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The Serape, which is the Spanish name for the traditional Mexican blanket we use here in SoCal for everything from Hot Rod seat covers to beach blankets, is one of Carvers new incremental length short boards which fills in the gaps between whole-number sizes. Since the quickest pumping comes from smaller boards Carver has added numerous in-between sizes so you can really dial in your selection. For this model they wanted a small template with a longer wheelbase, so you get the performance of a slightly longer board with a smaller, lighter deck. Inspired by the short, wide-tailed surfboards we use for carving and air tricks crossover popular in Ventura county. The short length gives you that snappy pump and carve, while the wide tail gives you plenty of leverage to dig deep with your rear foot for powerful turns, and boost big airs with a solid take off and landing platform. Recommended with the CX truck set for most progressive surfskating.

Carver Skateboard Details:
9 7/8" wide
6 1/4" tail
3 1/4" nose
16 1/4" wheelbase
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Carver Venice Skateboard
$245.00
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Born on the streets and banks of Carver's hometown neighborhood of Venice, CA, this stretched out shortboard is the same as the first prototype deck used to develop the original C7 truck. Big hill surfing, street traveling, bowl riding; this board does it all. Artist Series graphic portrait of Venice by Marco Almera.
•8 7/8" wide
•7 1/4" tail
•6 7/8" nose
•18 1/8" wheelbase
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