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Luke Nosewalker

Sector 9's large Luke Nosewalker is a 9 ply maple deck with a tail kick. not sure if anyone would kick flip this 57 inch long board, but it's an option. It is fitted with 10 inch Gull Wing Army Trucks with 61mm/78a Nineball wheels this means the wheels are rather small in comparison to the large deck. Also fitted with flat risers, it will ride a little higher but not noticeably due to the larger size. I'm not sure that this is such a great board, because it's not as sleek as the pintail, nor as agile as the slaloms, and too large to pull tricks on. But, for those reasons, it means this board has the potential to perform in more conditions, cruise it, slide it or kick it. there are wheel cutouts for the bigger leans, and the included trucks are quite loose, so bombing hills would have to be reserved for the experts. or... basically not me. [equipbug]

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S94 500
photos courtesy of www.sector9.com

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