Restless NKD 2015 Deck (Pre-gripped) *Pre-order

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£130.00
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Quick Overview

Recommended for:
Downhill/Sliding Soft Wheel
Length/Width/Wheelbase(s)

35"/9.25"/25-28"
Mounting hole pattern(s):
Multiple Old-School
Thickness:
TBCmm
Truck mounting:
Under board "Top Mount"
Grip Tape applied by brand Fine/Coarse:
Fine = Less shoe wear, easier on hands, perfect for cruisers & freestyle setups.

Restless NKD 2015 Deck (Pre-gripped) *Pre-order

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From Brand:
The Restless NKD is the ultimate downhill deck. Design, tested and approved by Nicolas Desmarais.

It has everything a serious rider needs; progressive concave, molded wheel-wells, w-concave at the back and micro-drop for perfectly locked feet, stiff in torsion and a little bit of flex. We also cut deep wheel-wells in order to accommodate even the lowest setups.

Finally, this 35 inch long topmount deck has many wheel-base options, 25 inch to 28 inch, so the setup can be made perfect for every type of run.

Made with 8 plys of Hard Canadian Maple and finished with with a smooth printed sheet, it is a light deck, but stays stiff.

If you want to tame your speed demon, give the NKD a run for its money.

Artwork by Greg Turra


Qty 1 sold as:
Deck only; trucks, wheels etc sold separately. Contact us if in doubt.

Additional Information

Brand Restless Longboards
Specifications confirmed by Newton's Shred
Specifications last checked 22 Feb 2016
Weight exc packaging - grams No
Skating style Cruising / Carving, Freeriding, Downhill
Construction material(s) / process Maple
Board truck mounting Top mount
Board shape and type Micro drop, Rocker, Top mount
Board length Inches, closest .500" 35.5
Board width inches, closest .125" No
Board wheelbase, closest .125" 25, 25.500, 26, 26.500, 27, 27.500, 28
Board thickness MM 13
Board mounting hole patterns Mutlipe old school
NS Family recommended N/A

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