Sector 9 Mini Daisy Deck

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Sector 9 Mini Daisy 2015 Blue Deck (Pre-gripped)
Sector 9 Mini Daisy 2015 Black Deck (Pre-gripped)

Quick Overview

Recommended for:
Casual/Downhill/Sliding Soft Wheel/Transition

Mounting hole pattern(s):
Multiple Old-School
Truck mounting:
Under board "Top Mount"
Already 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.

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Our view:
The Daisy evolved into the Arrrow, but the Mini lives on.

At a fraction of the price of Louis's signature deck, the MD is better suited to shorter riders who can handle the 24.5" wheelbase well.
A solid slide & downhill board, you can still ride it round a bowl & bust tricks thanks to the tail.

From Sector 9:
The Mini Daisy features a rocker pocket which is a slight drop down into the concave of the board that helps keep your foot where it belongs.
She has 9 plies of maple to keep her strong and durable, a kicktail that feels great for popping ollies and freeride tricks and an adjustable wheelbase options with accommodating wheel wells.

9 Ply Maple
Solo Pro Mold
Candy Coat Color
Top Mount
37.5" L x 9.125" W x 24.5" WB

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 No
Skating style Cruising / Carving, Freestyle / Dancing, Freeriding, Downhill
Construction material(s) / process Cast / Molded, CNC machined, Maple
Board truck mounting Top mount
Board shape and type Kicktail deck, Rocker, Top mount
Board length Inches, closest .500" 37.5
Board width inches, closest .125" 9.125
Board wheelbase, closest .125" 24.500
Board thickness MM No
Board mounting hole patterns Single old school
NS Family recommended No

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