Sector 9 Pro DHD Hijack Deck (Pre-gripped)

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Quick Overview

Recommended for:
Downhill/Sliding Soft Wheel

Mounting hole pattern(s):
Multiple Old-School TBC
Truck mounting:
Under board "Top Mount"
Grip Tape applied by brand Coarse:
Fine = Less shoe wear, easier on hands, perfect for cruisers & freestyle setups.
Coarse = More shoe wear, harsh on hands, perfect for sliding, slalom & speed setups.

Sector 9 Pro DHD Hijack Deck (Pre-gripped)

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Our view:
We can't wait to get our feet on this curvy deck!

From Brand:

We're proud to introduce Jackson Shapiera's Pro Model, the Hijack. This deck is the culmination of several different iterations of prototypes that we can recall making and testing here at Sector 9 headquarters.

It is rare to have a team rider so critical on the finer points of the board shape, and even rare for him to take a step back to realize they have gone too far in search of that perfect feel. (Ed: erm, what are they saying about the DHD range? ;) )

Apart from the shape, Jackson also explored several concave molds. He finally landed on one with humps at the front for your toes to push againstand keep you locked in, a non-intrusive W in the middle for added strength, and smaller humps at the back to help with board feel.

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

Additional Information

Brand Sector 9
Specifications confirmed by Newton's Shred
Specifications last checked 7 Mar 2016
Weight exc packaging - grams No
Skating style Cruising / Carving, Freeriding, Downhill
Construction material(s) / process CNC machined, Maple
Board truck mounting Top mount
Board shape and type Top mount
Board length Inches, closest .500" 36.5
Board width inches, closest .125" 10
Board wheelbase, closest .125" 25.750, 27.750
Board thickness MM No
Board mounting hole patterns Mutlipe new school
NS Family recommended N/A

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